With the Spin Master Cool Baker Cake Pop Maker, kids ages six and up can make and decorate vanilla-flavored cake pops. The kit’s cake-pop maker helps kids fill the included molds to make perfect, no-bake pops, which set up in the refrigerator and are ready to decorate in just 15 minutes. Kids can personalize their pops with white or brown icing and pink, blue, and rainbow sprinkles. Sprinkle stencils and brightly colored paper tags add extra flair.
Kids can make custom-decorated cake pops with no baking required.
Kid-Friendly Kit Makes Trendy Desserts
The Spin Master Cool Baker Cake Pop Maker includes everything you need to create eight uniquely decorated cake pops. These no-bake cake pops are simple to make, and the set’s stand makes it easy to fill the included pop mold with the gelatin-based cake batter. Just mix the batter, fill the extruder on the top of the cake-pop maker, and fill the molds.
Add Water to Make Batter and Icing
This Cake Pop kit includes enough batter and icing mixes to make two batches of four cake pops. Once you’ve filled the molds, place them in the refrigerator. In 15 minutes, the cake pops will be solid and ready to decorate.
Decorate with Frosting and Sprinkles
Kids can cover their pops in white or brown frosting and create designs with the included pink, blue, and rainbow sprinkles. Gutters in the Cake Pop Maker’s base help kids roll cake pops in sprinkles for all-over coverage. There are also four sprinkle stencils included, which help kids create star, heart, diamond, and flower shapes.
“Cooking” Fun for Kids Six and Older
Our testers found the Cake Pop Maker easy to use–with a little adult supervision. Younger cooks should don an apron for easy cleanup, but, with parental guidance, the Cake Pop Maker can provide an afternoon of fun without too much mess. The cake pops have a slightly rubbery texture from the gelatin, but the icing and sprinkles turn them into tasty, child-approved treats.
The set includes everything you need to make, frost, decorate, and serve eight cake pops. View larger.
Easy to Assemble and Use
The Cake Pop Maker is easy to assemble. The extruder pushes out nearly all of the batter, but it can be difficult to fill the molds all the way, as the batter piles up to block the opening. Our testers were able to use the included cake-pop sticks to push the batter down into the mold, making room to fill it completely. Mixing the batter and icing to the right consistency is simple, and the instructions provide a list of troubleshooting tips for possible problems.
Reusable Kit with Batter and Icing Refills
All parts of the Cake Pop Maker are reusable, including the eight cake-pop sticks included in the kit. The set also includes recipe cards that use images to explain how to make the batter, icing, and sprinkle designs. Paper tags in the shape of presents, bows, and candy let kids further personalize their cake pops. With refills of batter and icing mix (sold separately), kids can keep creating one-of-a-kind desserts.
What’s in the Box
Cake pop maker with batter extruder, eight cake-pop sticks, two-part cake-pop mold, large mixing bowl, small icing bowl, two-ended measuring spoon, spatula, two pouches of white cake mix, one pouch white icing mix, one pouch brown icing mix, pink sugar sprinkles, blue sugar sprinkles, rainbow sprinkles, four recipe cards, 16 cake-pop stick tags, two sprinkle stencils, and instructions.