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** Popcake Maker now £10 @ Tesco Direct **
** Popcake Maker now £10 @ Tesco Direct **

** Popcake Maker now £10 @ Tesco Direct **

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Apparently nice and easy to use with little mess. Pop, dip, decorate and devour. Lots of fun for young children.

Bake delicious treats in just minutes with the Tesco PM13 popcake maker. Easy to use, simply pour your mixture into the 12 non-stick cavities.

See video demo below

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Original Poster

Here's a video I found demonstrating how to use a Cake Pop Maker which bakes 12 cake pops at once.

These were cleared down to £2.50 in a lot of Tesco stores last year, worth keeping an eye out with the current 75% off deals, in case they do it again this year.

I'll buy one as soon as i work out what the hell a popcake is and then find out why i've never heard of one.

these are brill , used mine loads at Christmas. Just remember to dip the stick in melted chocolate before putting the cake on and then freeze again for 10 mins before decorating or they fall off the stick!

A healthy snack for one & all!

Check you have an empty space at the back of your cupboard before buying!

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Besford

Check you have an empty space at the back of your cupboard before buying!



Sooooo true!!!!

I think they are around this price all over tbh. We got one from Asda,and yes it does mostly sit on the back of the cupboard, but it makes great cakepops. If you look online there is a pdf of a good recipe from Lakeland for vanilla or choc ones.

My tips are to not underfill the moulds (as they say), because you end up with flying saucer shaped cakes. But don't overfill too much or the excess can burn.

Look online or on Pinterest for great ideas for decoration. We find cakepop making is a good activity for kids' parties or Halloween.

I bought my 9yr old daughter this last xmas - even went on ebay and got all the coloured sticks,bags,ties and melt-able American coatings etc, it's been used once. (and that was more because 'I' wanted to try it out :p)
Worked fairly well though, and quite quickly. If you can be bothered to faff around with these little pops they do taste fantastic!
If you do buy one, do yourself a favour and buy a squeezy ketchup bottle with a fat nozzle - speeds things up and keeps it clean for kids.
Edited by: "G0OSE" 10th Jan 2015

kreisash1

I wonder if you can make takoyaki in these? Edit: YouTube says yes How to … I wonder if you can make takoyaki in these? Edit: YouTube says yes How to Make Takoyaki with a Babycakes Cake Pop Maker ft ...



That was exactly what I was thinking! But as I don't like octopus I will use cheese in mine

trigger123

These were cleared down to £2.50 in a lot of Tesco stores last year, … These were cleared down to £2.50 in a lot of Tesco stores last year, worth keeping an eye out with the current 75% off deals, in case they do it again this year.



i picked up the cupcake one then to for a similar price, still in its box hah

mobjw

Here's a video I found demonstrating how to use a Cake Pop Maker which … Here's a video I found demonstrating how to use a Cake Pop Maker which bakes 12 cake pops at once.



There are some amazing looking cakes in that user's video library, literally everything looks better than the pop cakes.

No cardio in evidence, though. Best two out of three, I guess.
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