When you need a sweet treat, these Starbucks cake pops are the way to go.
They’re easy to make at home, too!
You might be wondering why you need a list of cake pop recipes if they’re already made at Starbucks.
Well, the truth is, there is such a thing as an authentic Starbucks cake pop.
For those who don’t frequent Starbucks, this means that these are the same ones you can order on their website.
They’re delicious and perfect for parties or after-dinner treats.
But I have more than one copycat recipe here.
The more, the merrier!
So whether you want something simple and classic like Oreo cake pops or something a little more unique and out of the box like chili pepper cake pops, this list has your back.
1. Starbucks Cake Pops Recipe
Starbucks has done it again with a brand new dessert!
These genius little cakes are perfect for making your own at home.
Besides the cake, you’ll use strawberries and whipped cream for an extra special treat.
You can even get fancy and add some chocolate chips or sprinkles to the bottom of the cake.
It won’t hurt them to be pulled out of the box!
2. Copycat Starbucks Chocolate Cake Pops
If you love Starbucks’ chocolate cake pops, this copycat recipe is for you.
They taste just like the real thing, minus the sugar and artificial colors.
You can even add some sprinkles to give them a little extra flair.
Unlike most other cake pops recipes, this one uses a boxed cake mix for an easy and more convenient alternative.
3. Vanilla Cake Pops- Starbucks Copycat
Coffee and cake are a classic pairing.
And when you know how to make it extra moist and tasty, you’ll never be too far away from your favorite cup of joe.
These copycat vanilla cake pops show off the sweet goodness of this combo perfectly.
The fluffy, airy sponge is topped with a rich and creamy vanilla buttercream frosting for a heavenly bite.
This recipe includes tips on how to keep these little cakes from getting soggy in the middle.
So go ahead and have them ready before you leave for work!
4. Instant Pot Copycat Starbucks Cake Pops
These babies might look a little strange, but they’re so good!
They’re soft and moist, filled with ricotta and strawberry-flavored whipped cream, and topped with fresh strawberries.
If you’ve tried this recipe before, you know it can be really hit-or-miss.
But I promise these are guaranteed to impress your guests.
5. Fox Starbucks Cakepops
These cake pops are the perfect dessert for your next party.
They’re easy to make, and they taste as good as they look!
They’re also a great way to get some of those sweet-n-salty treats you crave – just in a different form.
Simply make the cake mix (or use store-bought), then mix with extra pudding until it turns nice and gooey.
For extra flavor, add whipped cream, chocolate chips, or crushed candy bars into the batter before baking.
(Or try adding chopped nuts instead of chocolate.)
6. Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake Pops
These are just like the homemade peanut butter cakes we’ve been loving.
The only difference between these and your regular cake pops is the thickness.
They have the same melted peanut butter filling, but instead of a simple chocolate coating, you’ll use a mixture of chocolate chips, chopped peanuts, and mini-chocolate chips.
Once baked and cool, they’re ready to be dipped in dark chocolate.
(Don’t get me wrong; I love all kinds of chocolate desserts.)
7. Salted Caramel Cake Pops
If you’re a fan of cake pops, this caramel-flavored cake recipe is sure to please!
In just 20 minutes, you can prepare this sweet and creamy dessert.
Then, in just 30 minutes or so, your guests will be ready for their next party with these tasty treats.
These are bursting with the sweetness and subtle bitterness of caramel.
They also have a dash of salt for that perfect balance of flavors.
Serve them with ice cream on top for an ultimate treat.
8. 3 Ingredient Oreo Cake Pops
Want to try a new dessert but don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen?
These Oreo cake pops are perfect for you!
Just like regular cakes, the batter is made using powdered sugar and white chocolate.
However, instead of baking it over a hot oven, these babies are baked in the microwave.
This method makes them super light and airy without any mess or fuss.
They’re buttery, chewy, and oh-so-cute!
They also look beautiful on your plate (or countertop!) with their cute pink swirls and dark chocolate brownies.
9. Cookie Dough Pops
If you enjoy cookie dough ice cream, then this recipe is right up your alley.
It’s the perfect balance of sweet and salty and has a wonderful texture that’s almost similar to crack.
A simple mixture of chocolate chips, peanut butter, and almond flour is mixed together until it forms a smooth dough.
Pop into the freezer for about an hour for a super easy treat that will be ready when you are!
You can also add in some extra flavor by adding in chopped nuts or mini-chocolate chips.
10. Cookies And Cream Cake Pops
Cookies and cream cake pops are the perfect way to celebrate your favorite desserts.
Sweet and fluffy, these treats will have you craving them again and again.
They’re not only rich in flavor but also in texture.
These babies are a dreamy blend of warm chocolate cake mixed with creamy, thick ice cream.
Serve these tasty treats for a birthday party or any event that calls for sweets.
You can’t go wrong with this recipe!
11. Breakfast Blend With Blueberry Muffin Cake Pops
Blueberry muffin cake pops are a fruity breakfast treat that’s so easy to pull together.
And they’re so good, you can have them on the table in less than 20 minutes.
They’re made with all-purpose flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt.
They also call for milk and butter.
So they taste just like cream pies without being super sweet!
Top them with whipped cream or vanilla icing if you want something to really bring out the blueberries.
12. Vegan Cake Pops Recipe Easy Lollipop Cakes
These vegan cake pops are made with a 3-ingredient cake, vanilla pudding, and chocolate syrup.
It might not be the prettiest, but they taste pretty darn good.
They’re soft and moist with a fun pop of bright color, and they only require three ingredients!
You can get them in all sorts of shapes – hearts, stars, lollipops – anything you can dream up is possible.
Enjoy one as an dessert on its own or as part of a party snack.
13. Red Velvet Cake Pops Recipe
These red velvet cake pops are the perfect little treat.
Plus, they’re so easy to make!
The batter is simple, requiring only three ingredients: flour, sugar, and eggs.
You can whip this together in about 20 minutes.
Then you’ll just need to pipe some frosting on top and pop them in the freezer for four hours.
I like to do my baking ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until I have enough for at least a week.
Then I pop them out of their cups as needed when I want that extra oomph.
14. Keto Vanilla Cake Pops
These keto vanilla cake pops are so good, you’ll want them every day.
They’re dense and sugary, but the flavor is pleasantly sweet with notes of cocoa and vanilla.
And they take less than 30 minutes to make!
Pro-tip: The recipe calls for a boxed mix, but you can easily make your own version with all-natural ingredients.
15. Skinny Vanilla Cake Pops
These warm, moist cake pops are something you can make in under 20 minutes.
They’re the perfect treat to enjoy with a cup of coffee or tea.
They’re also perfect for those chilly days.
The recipe calls for three simple ingredients: a boxed cake mix, vanilla pudding mix, and Cool Whip.
If you want to add chocolate chips or sprinkles to top them off, feel free!
But I think these are best without them.
And trust me; they’ll still taste amazing in spite of that!
16. Starbucks Lemon Cake Pop Copycat Recipe
I can’t get enough of lemon cake.
And this copycat recipe for the famous dessert is one I just have to try!
The cake here is insanely moist and cakey and the frosting is light, bright, and tangy.
It’s vegan-friendly but still has a little crunch from the nuts.
I think it would be even better if you used a boxed lemon pie filling instead of lemon curd.
But honestly, that wouldn’t look too good on your cupcakes!
17. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cake Pops
Cake pops are a blast to make and to eat.
You can’t beat the attention they get from kids, and adults of all ages.
These cake pops are made with a soft, moist chocolate cake that is covered with white chocolate frosting.
They’re topped with fresh strawberries for added color and texture.
They look amazing as they come out of the oven, but it’s not difficult to re-create them at home!
18. Starbucks Peppermint Brownie Cake Pops
This recipe is so easy, you can make them in less than 30 minutes!
You’ll start by making a batch of dark chocolate brownies.
Then, layer these in the popsicle molds and add a little candy coating.
Then, just let them set up.
When they’re ready to serve, pop them into the fridge overnight.
They’ll be perfectly chilled and delicious when you take them out the next day.
19. Ice Cream Cake Pops
Ice cream cake pops are ideal for any occasion.
They’re sweet, soft, and melt-in-your-mouth delicious.
This recipe features whipped cream cake, vanilla ice cream, and crushed Oreos.
It’s topped with a layer of homemade frosting and finished off with chocolate wafers.
It couldn’t be easier to make or even a better idea!
These simple cake pops are the perfect dessert for any party or special occasion.
20. Chili Pepper Cake Pops
Cake pops are all the rage these days, so it only makes sense to take it a step further!
This recipe takes the classic cake and makes it even better.
The cake is warm with chocolate chips and topped with a creamy, chocolatey frosting.
I know you’re drooling just thinking about them!
21. Bailey’s Spiked Cake Pops
Rule #1 when it comes to homemade cake pops: Don’t over-bake them!
That said, these are such a fun way to start the spring.
With their orange and white color scheme, you can’t go wrong with this dessert.
Plus, they make for a fun 3D treat kids and adults will love!
Just be sure not to burn them in the oven or use anything that could get hot.
If you have some chocolate candy melts, try adding sprinkles or coconut shreds on top of the batter.
(I like to throw drops of water into my chocolate before pouring it in the bowl.)
22. Pecan Pumpkin Spice Cake Pops
I remember when these went out of style, and I was heartbroken.
Looking back, I can see how the sugar-loaded recipes didn’t take into account the fact that most kids don’t like too much sugar.
Plus, it just wasn’t Easter candy anymore.
Nowadays with so many healthy options out there, you can have a whole cake made with only pecans and coconut and pumpkin spice!
These are super easy to make and are perfect for little hands.
Roll them in crushed Chex cereal and festive sprinkles before popping them in the oven.
24. Snow cone cake pops
There’s no denying that snow cone pops are a favorite of kids and adults alike.
But have you ever tried making them with cake?
And what happened if you did?
This recipe is for the people who think it would be fun to make their own snow cone pops!
It’s especially useful if you want to change up the flavor.
But I won’t tell if you don’t!
These are super easy, but they are pretty mouth-watering.
25. Tequila Sunrise Cake Pops
These drinks are so fruity and fun, but you’ll want to keep them out of kids’ reach.
So, this recipe only has four ingredients – tequila, pineapple juice, orange vodka, and Orange Creamsicle (or Cadbury Creme Egg) ice cream!
The cake pops have a sugary-tangy flavor combination that I just love.
But the real star is the white chocolate ganache on top.
It’s so rich and syrupy and such a joy to eat with every bite.
26. Almond Flour Vanilla Cake Pops
You’ll need 6 ingredients to make this super simple, moist cake pop.
And they taste just like a vanilla cake!
These almond flour vanilla cakes are the perfect treat for them!
Be sure to use quality almond flour and not instant since you don’t want any eggy flavor.
26 Delicious Starbucks Cake Pops
- 1 bowl
- 12 snack cakes
- 12 0 z. bag of white candy coating wafers
- 12 lollipop sticks
- Colored sugar sprinkles
- White paper
- Tape or glue stick
- Place one snack cake, unwrapped, in a bowl. Bind the frosting and cake together by mashing with a fork or mush-ing with your hands.
- Roll into a ball.
- Melt candy coating wafers in accordance with the directions on the package.
- Insert a lollipop stick halfway into the cake ball after dipping one end of it in the melted candy coating.
- Place cake pops on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper in the freezer for an hour.
- Dip the cake pop in the melted candy coating, gently tapping the stick on the bowl’s edge to remove any extra.
- Sprinkle sugar over the cake pop right away to cover. To collect the extra frosting for later use, hold the cake pop over a small basin.
- Use white paper to cut a 4-inch circle. The circle should be divided in half and wrapped around the cake pop’s base. Secure ends by taping or gluing them together.
- If preferred, repeat the process using other colored sugar sprinkles.
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