Perhaps one of our favorite cake pop designs, these mini ice cream look-a-likes from Love Bakes Good Cakes will seriously steal the show. Be warned though – guest won’t stop at one!
Here’s a perfect substitute for a cake from Make, Bake, Celebrate. These mini cake pops are shaped like an actual cake, covered in chocolate, and adorned with a candle. What’s not to love?
These gorgeous pink flower cake pops from Maria Lunarillos almost took our breathe away! These are perfect for any occasion (especially weddings and girls’ birthday parties) and are not as difficult to create as you’d think.
Moms and Munchkins has this wonderful cake pop design which looks like slices of watermelon – delicious! You’ll love getting creative in the kitchen to make these.
Celebrate love all year round, thanks to these lady love bug cake pops from Moms and Munchkins. Even your kids will fall head-over-heels for these!
These S’mores cake pops are even better than the real thing, thanks to their soft, cake center. Follow Moms and Munchkins’ full tutorial to recreate these yummy treats.
Fancy celebrating Christmas with these frosty Christmas inspired cake pops by Niner Bakes? Not only do they look like little works of art, but the combination of delicious flavors will leave everyone wanting seconds!
How cute are these bee cake pops by Niner Bakes? They’re also very easy to make, so be sure to check out the step-by-step tutorial!
Now you can turn Sesame Street favorite, Cookie Monster, into one of the coolest cake pop designs around! Niner Bakes will show you how she made this edible masterpiece.
These pot of gold cake pops from Party Animal contain a special surprise – the cake dough inside looks just like a rainbow! You’ll want to make a few extra batches of these delicious baked goods.
This alligator cake pop from Pint Sized Baker showcases some serious skill in the kitchen! The best part? You too can easily recreate him, thanks to this informative guide.
Pint Sized Baker has one way to add a whole lot of cheer to your 4th of July celebrations with these colorful cake pops – Perfect!
These ruffle cake pops look as good as they taste, with a whole host of scrumptious ingredients included in the recipe at PintSizedBacker by Jo at CakePoppin Bakery. We love the ombre effect too – Very pretty!
It’s fun creating cake pops with a marbled exterior, but to create a marbled interior too? Now we’re talking! Pint Sized Baker will show you how it’s done!
When the modern cake pop meets a traditional (and fancy) cupcake, this is what you get! Pint Sized Baker has really taken this treat to a whole new level.
Have you got a little one’s birthday party coming up? Instead of making one large animal-themed cake, why not create these elephant cake pops for something totally unique? By following Pint Sized Baker’s tutorial, they’re fun to make too!
If you’re after a more simple cake pop recipe, then these vanilla cake pops with pink icing from Simply Home Cooked are right up your alley! You can even use an alternate color of icing to suit your own tastes.
These look pretty delicious, don’t they? Sprinkles For Breakfast has created a mint chocolate chip version of this popular party food.
When you combine the much-loved banana split with the humble cake pop, you get this magical creation from Sugar Kissed. Winning!
Frosty the Snowman just got turned into a cake pop, but he’s certainly not complaining! Surprise your guests with these for dessert at your next Christmas gathering and watch their jaws drop. See the full tutorial on Oh Sweet Day‘s tutorial.
Here’s a wonderful cake pop idea for a baby shower or gender reveal party! The Cake Blog will show you how to achieve this adorable (but delicious) dessert.
You may have to look twice with this one, because that’s not a bouquet of roses – they’re actually cake pops! This special idea is from The Cake Girls and they even have a step-by-step tutorial to help you out.
Turn an oatmeal cream pie into a just-as-delicious cake pop, thanks to this tutorial from The Novice Chef Blog. Just a word of warning though: you won’t want to share these around, they’re that good!
How about a no-bake cake pop recipe for a treat you can create in just minutes? They’re both decadent and delicious, so take a look at Who Needs Escape’s guide!
These cake pops can actually be made in 5 minutes – How good is that? Working Magic is the talented blogger to thank for this wonderful idea.
How delicious did they all look? We’d love to hear which cake pops you would like to recreate in the comments section below!