Cake pops have been getting more and more popular since they emerged a few years ago. It’s probably a mixture of how enticing they look, the size and convenience, that they can be as light or as indulgent as you want, and just the sheer fun novelty value. We’ve spent a bit of time trawling the world wide web for some of the most unique cake pop recipes we could find.
And if you fancy having a go at making your own cake pops, we recommend the Giles & Posner cake pop maker bundle, below:
10 Unique Cake Pop Recipes You HAVE To Try
Salted Caramel Glazed Maple Bacon Cake Pops by Ruled.Me
Ok so arguably this is a bit of an acquired taste to start off with but for bacon lovers everywhere, maple + salted caramel + bacon + cake pops is 101% a winner.
Margarita Cake Pops by Love & Butter
With tequila mixed into both the cake and the frosting, these beautiful margarita cake pops can only ever be a good thing! Enjoy!
Cheesecake Cake Pops by UseRealButter
Cheesecake is one of those things which I usually just can’t stop eating, so a nice small bite-size amount will usually do the trick to stop me over-indulging. I’m sure I’m not along in that.
So here is a great little recipe for cheesecake cake pops!
Nutella Crunch Cake Pops
Umm…Nutella. That surely tells you everything you need to know!
Key Lime Cake Pops
Beautiful, moist, citrusy and tangy, these key lime cake pops by Simple Girl are easy to make and absolutely delicious!
I’ve been dreaming of Key Limes ever since our trip to Key West where I tasted this: The most delectable Key Lime Pie with a dark chocolate crust and swirls of Key Lime and Raspberry Sauce at the Southernmost Beach Cafe.
Cheddar Jalapeno Cornbread Cake Pops
I have tried these at a dinner and there were no leftovers. They’re a little bit different, very American and absolutely delicious. Adapt the spice level to suit you, although personally, I like it hot!
Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops
These are fun little novelty treats. With this presentation, they’re a little bit more complicated to make, but when done right, they’re brilliant!
Creme Brulee Cake Pops
These were designed to look like dragonballs from the TV series Dragonball Z, but these creme brulee cake pops are absolutely stunning. You don’t have to make them into dragonball weapons!
Peanut Butter Oreo Cookie Balls
Ok so we’re cheating a bit here, but just because they’re cookie balls instead of cake pops, doesn’t mean they’re not absolutely incredible. Peanut butter AND Oreos? I don’t think you can go wrong with this at all!
Pink Champagne Cake Pops
Pretty and delicious, these are great for any party or celebration – or for just those times when you want to treat yourself!
Have You Got Any More Unique Cake Pop Recipes?
If you’ve come across any recipes or come up with your own too, let us know! We’d love to see and share your creativity.