Celebration Cake Pops

We’ve got something new in store for you. These dazzling & delicious Cake Pops are just in time for our Holiday & New Year’s celebrations. We’ll have you whipping up a batch of 10 vanilla cake pops, dipped in shimmering gold sprinkles to finish.

If you’re a SoBakeable subscriber – look out for this celebration cake pop kit in your next box!

The Cake

To get started, you’ll use your sugar & cake mix, along with your eggs, butter & milk to bake a small vanilla loaf cake. Pop it in the oven for 10 minutes & we’re on to the next step.


Once your cake has cooled, it’s time to get messy! Get the kids in the kitchen & get your hands dirty as you break up your cake into crumbs.


The Frosting

Cream some butter & add your frosting mix. Then add a little to your cake crumbs. Once combined, you’ll roll this into 10 cake balls.


Place them in the freezer to set, while we move onto our next step.

The Glaze

Melt your remaining frosting in the microwave, we’ve specially formulated it to be the perfect consistency for dipping.

Dip each stick in your glaze, then stick it in the center of the cake ball. Cover your cake pop in glaze & then dip it in those sparkling sprinkles to finish.

We’ve also got a secret tip to share! To set your cake pops upright, place each pop in the hole of a colander. No special tools or DIY crafting required!


We know these cake pops will be perfect on our New Year’s Eve table. These are the ideal hand-held dessert to share with a crowd, no seats or tableware required.


We can’t wait to see your desserts as you celebrate. Don’t forget to share them with us on Instagram & tag @SoBakeable.

Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!


The SoBakeable Team



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