Just got this gizmo yesterday from Kohl's. It's the Babycakes Cake Pop Maker. I will admit that I paid more than I wanted to. I got it for $27.00 when I should have waited and bought it from Bed, Bath & Beyond, which has it for $19.99 and I could have used a coupon for either 20% or $5.00 off. I just couldn't wait! First, I made a batch of Funfetti pops with white chocolate coating. Sorry, no pictures of those. Then today I made a batch of strawberry pops with dark chocolate coating. They're nothing at all like traditional cake pops that are made with cake mixed with frosting then rolled into balls. I find those to be sickeningly sweet. These, however, are just little balls of cake, light and fluffy, dipped into chocolate. I was able to get about 6 dozen balls from one cake mix. These balls are smaller than the ones I usually make, which are about 2 Tbsp. I believe these are closer to 1 Tbsp. The wells of the cake pop maker are easily filled by loading a zip lock bag with batter, snipping off one edge, and squeezing the batter into the wells. After a little practice, you will be able to see how much batter is required to get perfectly round little balls. The machine also comes with a little rack on which to cool and then decorate the balls. It only took about 3 minutes per batch to cook. I sprayed the nonstick machine with cooking spray before the first batch just to be safe and didn't have to do it again. I'm hooked! Not as sweet and very quick to make. I still have a couple of dozen balls in the freezer that weren't dipped because I ran out of chocolate coating and didn't want to open another bag just yet. Recommendation? Definitely give the machine a try. Do your homework and read other reviews on Amazon.com. See if you can get it cheaper, though.
This is just a small sampling of the cake pops I made today. I gave a bunch away to a friend and also to a neighbor. Everyone loves them!