Cake Pops are the best! We have so many cake pop recipes on Moms & Munchkins, but these are some of our very favorite! Easy to make and fun to eat, Cake Pops are the perfect treat for almost any occasion. My kids love when we make these. Every time I need a dessert in a pinch, I find a little goes a long way with cake pops.
So, without further ado, we bring you 25 Easy Cake Pop Recipes for you to enjoy at your next party, gathering, or night-in. Make some with the kids, for the kids, and some for yourself. Whatever you are cooking for, chances are we have a cake pop recipe for it.
Easy Cake Pop Recipes
All of these cake pop recipes have easy to follow instructions but before we start you will need to make sure you have these items. I like to use a cake ball mold the harder plastic one as silicone works but I have found the harder plastic holds up better. Plus you will need a few Cake pop sticks for to put the cake balls on. Now you are ready to check out these Easy Cake pop recipes.
Calling all you pie fans! These cute apple pie cake pops are perfect for your next potluck or party. Cake pops can be a fun way to mix up your desserts. We show you the easiest way to these along with some tips and tricks you can use over and over again. Pair these with your favorite ice cream and enjoy.
Searching for a summery dessert idea? These pineapple cake pops are just what you need! The kids helped me with this one and it worked out great. I had them make the icing crowns for the pineapples as its pretty easy to drizzle icing onto parchment paper. 🙂 These cake pops are great for Spongebob birthday parties or your next backyard Luau.
I grew up eating these as a kid and loved them. If you did too, you'll love them in cake pop form. Don't let the layers of the Swiss Roll intimidate you - it's not as hard as you'd think. Pick your favorite cake flavor or make it from scratch if you want, choose your filling and roll it up. Now you've got the delicious flavor you love packed into an easy cake pop!
Like the candy ring pop, but way better! This tutorial shows you a few different ways to make these, so pick the one that works best for you. You can uses candy molds if you want, just make sure you get enough cake in them. Or fill the entire mold with icing, no judgement here. We show you how to separate the ring pop base, but you can also buy ring pop bases to make it a little quicker.
I think I'm starting to prefer the cake pop version to the real thing. These chocolate-covered strawberry cake pops are great for Valentine's Day, but I've also made them to give away as gifts for other holidays and birthdays. I love making these with the kids. They have fun and it helps me. You can change up the cake mix to add more variety if you like. You can't go wrong with these.
This is the next evolution of an oreo. These Oreo cake pops are so good! They are easy to make, as you are just adding the oreo cookies to the outside of the cake pop. Everything else is straightforward. You can add sprinkles or whatever you want to the outside or just leave the plain oreo cookie. Pairs great with a tall glass of milk!
Fire up the waffle maker for this one! Add in your favorite cake or brownie mix and your basically done in the time it takes your waffle maker to cook. Use some cookie cutters to make the fun shapes and add some icing of your choice to finish them up. I love finding new kitchen hacks and this is one of my favorites. Depending on your cookie cutters, you could do this for multiple themes and seasons. Who doesn't love waffles?
This scrumptious no-bake Canadian dessert is a perfect cake pop candidate. Filled with custardy goodness and topped with coconut, this is a wonderful take on the traditional bar recipe. If you haven't tried Nanaimo desserts before, this is a great one to get you started. And if you aren't from Canada, this easy cake pop recipe is a fun way to try something outside of your comfort zone.
Ice cream stuffed cake pops = mind blown! It's a mini ice cream cone FILLED with ice cream! Plus, it's fun and easy to make. Fill them with whatever flavor of ice cream your in the mood for. I used a vanilla ice cream/ strawberry icing combo. Who says cake pops have to always come on a stick? These mini ice cream cones do the trick wonderfully. These ice cream stuffed cake pops are sure to be talked about long after you've served them. Try these for a wonderful summer treat.
These are definitely one of the cutest cake pop recipes on this list. And good news, these cookie cake pops taste as good as they look! There isn't much to this recipe, so let your creativity and imagination run wild. Keep them simple as is or add your own special touches to make them your own. Perfect for birthdays or parties without a theme.
Need a cute dessert idea for a baby shower? Try these adorable lemon cake pops! I think the lemon cake mix is the best for this, but if you just want it to look like a lemon you can use whatever mix you like. The outer chocolate shell goes great with any flavor. I used an edible pen to draw the face, but you can use icing and a toothpick if you need it. These lemon cake pops add a nice touch to any celebration.
Do you have a weakness for turtle chocolates? I love the caramel, chocolate, & pecan treats so much I couldn't resist turning them into these fun turtle cake pops! My husband loves these too! These cake pops are fun at any party. I made these for Father's day and they were a big hit. If you love turtle chocolates, these easy turtle cake pops should be on your dessert short-list.
Do you have a little on who loves PawPatrol? They'll love these PawPatrol Rocky cake pops! This cute cake pop is perfect for a PawPatrol themed birthday party. You can use this recipe to make the other characters, just change up the icing colors. If you are looking to go all out, these PawPatrol Rocky cake pops are sure to make their day!
These ice cream scoop cake pops are a more traditional version of the ones mentioned above. What makes this one different is the hot fudge you'll drizzle over the top. Yum! This is one the kids can help with as long as they don't eat the ingredients before you actually get to make them haha. This recipe is great for those time when you need a quick dessert that looks great. Top these with your favorite red candy and sprinkles and you're all set.
Looking for a cute Easter dessert? Try these super cute Bunny Butt cake pops! These would also be perfect for an early spring party as well. It's the little details that make these cake pops special. I love the mini marshmellows for the tail. My kids love Easter, and these cake pops are always a hit. Give these a try at your next potluck and you're sure to have people clamoring for more.
This holiday treat is sure to become a family favorite! My kids love these adorable snowman cake pops. I love white chocolate and these things are covered in it. They're so good! I used orange chocolate to make the nose. You can never have too much chocolate on a cake pop. These easy cake pops that look like snowmen are perfect for Christmas Parties, work parties, or any time you want to add a little delicious holiday cheer.
Calling all PSL lovers! These pumpkin spice latte cake pops are the perfect pairing to your beloved seasonal drink. You'll be counting down the days to Fall! This is one of my favorite cake pop recipes simply for the variety of flavors and textures. I love Pumpkins spice, so that one is easy. On the textures, little details like the crunchy cheerio "mug handle" add up to a delightful experience. These are always a hit, especially around thanksgiving! Or you could do a PSL launch party with these that coincides with the release of the drink. Whatever window you choose to unveil these pumpkin spice latte cake pops, you will not go wrong.
S'Mores are a staple in my house. We eat them all year round. It got me thinking, why not make some cake pops? These cake pops are easy to make thanks to some marshmallow flavored candy melts. Just add whatever cake mix you would like and some chocolate and crumbled graham crackers. Ugh, just writing this makes me want some of these! I take these camping, but these would also be good for parties. Don't wait, enjoy this fun twist on a classic favorite now!
It's not all about looks: these German chocolate pops are so good! The flavor of German chocolate is one of my favorites. If you really want to take your cake pops to the next level, this is the recipe you want to make. I used a box German chocolate cake mix, but feel free to make yours from scratch. Add some coconut and you'll discover why this recipe has me coming back again and again.
Cowabunga! Check out these ninja turtle cake pops! If your kids love the teenage mutant ninja turtles, these cake pops are perfect for birthday parties. They make great summer-treats. I use them at pool parties as favors. If ninja turtles are you thing, these cake pops are for you.
If you are searching for a fun Halloween treat, we have you covered with these Frankenstein cake pops! We went for cute cake pops, but you could make them scarier if you wanted. I love these cake pops at Halloween. I've even given some to Trick or Treaters, with mixed reviews haha. Either way, this is a spooky dessert you'll be making year after year. At the very least, it's an excuse to buy more M&M's...
These beautiful flower cake pops are almost too pretty to eat! Almost.. If you are in the mood to add some freshness to your desserts, these flower cake pops are just what you need. I like making these because they require a bit more creativity than simply dipping a cake ball in chocolate. Let your inner artist out and make something beautiful you can eat. Great for tea parties, girl's nights, or any occasion where a beautiful dessert would be appropriate.
The second Halloween cake pops on our list are these skeleton head cake pops. October is one of my favorite months. Between the birthdays and Halloween candy, what's not to love! My favorite part of these skeleton head cake pops is the cotton candy hair. Make some of these for your next Halloween party!
These butterfly cake pops are a springtime favorite. This recipe call for some artistry, but don't worry - if I can do it so can you. Let the creative juices flow and make something delicious. I love making anything with chocolate. We used some sky blue chocolate but you can use whatever chocolate you have. Make some of these for a nice summer day.
The last cake pop on our list are these chocolate popsicle cake pops. Just like the regular chocolate Ice cream popsicle, these cake pops are a delightful treat. These cake pops use about 3x the normal dough just to give you an idea of how big these are. I don't have to make a lot of these to feed my family. They are a nice treat on a hot day. Skip the melted version and make these chocolate popsicle cake pops for your next dessert.
If you’re just as excited about these delicious & easy cake pop recipes as I am, but you’re not quite ready to make some, be sure to pin this to your favorite desserts recipes board on Pinterest so you can find it again super quick when you are ready! If you make any of the cake pops, let us know on social media by tagging MomsandMunchkins as we love to see what our readers make.