Here are 20 cake pop recipes to get you inspired! From carrot cake pops to candy apple cake pops, and everything in between, you are sure to find a recipe for your next cake pop adventure. I never would have thought to make them with anything other than plain old chocolate or vanilla cake mix, but the sky really is the limit!
If you check out Pinterest or Google for cake pops you will find tons of gorgeous photos of cake pops decorated as sesame street characters, fancy swirls, and beautiful ruffles that I’m pretty sure only talented cake decorators can make. This post does not include those next-to-impossible-to-make cake pops. Here you will find 20 cake pop recipes that I’m pretty confident anyone can make, no matter what their skill level.
Cake Pop Recipes
These look delicious. I love Snickers. I can only imagine that in cake form it would taste even more amazing!
I had no idea you could make cheesecake into a cake pop. I bet it’s delicious! You learn something new every day!
Yep… you had me at cookie dough. I’m a sucker for anything with cookie dough!
Is there anything better than the chocolate and peppermint combination? These would be fantastic at Christmas!
Yum! Just like the salted caramel lattes at Starbucks. I bet this would taste absolutely amazing!
You can’t go wrong with brownies! And the sunflowers are adorable! Don’t worry, it looks like it’s pretty easy to get the sunflower pattern too.
Carrot cake pops! I love carrot cake. With the icing and nuts, I bet this tastes amazing!!
These look so sleek and fancy. If you have never tried making tiramisu before this would be a perfect time to give it a shot.
This recipe is from the Eagle Brand Milk website. Any recipe with Eagle Brand Milk is good in my books!
This would be a great option for Valentine’s day. Or if you want to make them in summer you could cover them with green icing for watermelon cake pops!
I love this idea! They are so cute! These would make a terrific autumn treat and would be way easier to eat than an actual candy apple!
Chocolate? Yum! Peanut butter? Yum! That is one of the best combinations ever! And I love the idea of crushed peanuts on top!
These are so colourful and look really easy to make! They would look really impressive to serve and don’t require very much skill. One of my favourite combinations!
Mmmmm… These would be great for a summer party. Very refreshing! The possibilities with cake pops really are endless!
Orange creamsicle flavour sounds so good. I’m not sure I’ve ever had orange flavoured cake before, but it is definitely something I am willing to try!
You either love marzipan or you hate it. I’m including it in this round up for the people who love it.
There is something so dainty and girly about the idea of pink cake. These would be so cute for a girly baby shower, or even a wedding shower.
We had chocolate peppermint flavour above, now it’s time for vanilla peppermint (can you tell I like peppermint?). Another great idea for winter time!
The skill level for these looks like it’s going up a bit, but I still think you can do it. Besides, you can’t go wrong with triple chocolate!
Smores! This would be the second cake pop recipe I make after the snickers cake pops. Those mini marshmallows are too cute!
And there you have it – 20 cake pop recipes at an easy skill level. I’m pretty sure all of these are doable, even for complete beginners. Make these cake pops for your next party, take them to work as a fun snack, or make them with your kids as a special treat. They aren’t that much more work than making a cake, but they end up being so much more fun!