I love cakes. My family loves cakes.
The only trouble is that cake is not very good for you. It tastes great which can give you a little happiness boost but it’s full of fat and sugar and that’s not good for your waistline and long-term happiness.
That’s why I think the Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker may be the perfect compromise.
You still get to make cakes for the family, but each cake is tiny! It’s a mouthful. You get that super sweet taste but without a huge amount of calories. We gave the Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker a test run at home this week to see if it could deliver the goods.
Every Day Erin Likes It
Every Day Erin who is a little girl on YouTube has an instructional video on how to use the Baby Cakes Mini Cake Pop Maker.
Now, it’s a little longer than we’d normally go for and the production isn’t perfect, but Erin is very young, so we’ll go with her recipe for this and it’s pretty good for someone as young as she is:
So, there you have it – a Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker is easy enough for anyone to use. Bless her.
What Did We Think?
Well, we thought the Babycakes Mini Cake Pop Maker was pretty good.
The cakes aren’t perfect, but they were tasty enough and they kept the whole family’s urges for bigger cakes at bay. So, we’ll definitely be using ours again.