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A small round piece of cake coated with icing or chocolate and fixed on the end of a stick so as to resemble a lollipop:‘the red velvet cake pops tasted as good as they looked’
- ‘The kits have everything you need to make treats that range from cake pops to cookie treats!’
- ‘Thanks to cake pops, desserts on a stick have taken baking by storm, making our favorite treats even more delectable.’
- ‘And the cookies, cupcakes, and cake pops are perfect for little hands!’
- ‘Then dip the entire cake pop into melted candy to coat thoroughly.’
- ‘I've always intended on doing Easter cake pops because they look so much fun on Bakerella's website, but this was my first time with the Easter ones.’
- ‘Cake pops make great party favors or seasonal gifts.’
- ‘Her guests dined on flourless cake pops and gourmet chocolates at the party in celebration of her first child.’
- ‘The great thing about cake pops is that the baked cake doesn't need to look perfect!’
- ‘We found 18 clever cake pops that will have you ready to hop on over to the kitchen and get baking!’
- ‘Cake pops (frosted cake balls on a stick) seem to be cropping up everywhere.’
- ‘Since sometimes less is more, simple white cake pops dipped in heart-shaped sprinkles are a time-efficient yet festive option.’
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