Pops! Fun to Make, Fun to Eat!

January 21st, 2011 by Steve Rocco

Pops! Pops! Pops! They are popping up everywhere! The “pop”ular trend these days is all about treats on a stick, especially cake balls. Just like the cupcake trend, these edible favorites have been around for a long time. Wilton has been showing cookies, candies, and petite cakes on sticks for years, but now it is highlighted even more due to the growing demand of this phenomenon for treats on a stick!

Pops! Sweets on a Stick! Wilton recently released a new publication, Pops! Sweets on a Stick, with hundreds of ideas for a wide range of pops! There are cereal treats, cake balls, petite cakes, and brownies to name only a few.

When I first began designing these edible projects, I was focused on fun celebrations for kids. I soon discovered that these treats are not just for the kids, but also for the kid at heart. Adults love them too!

Pops can be sophisticated as well! Monograms and other types of personalization can be added for weddings and engagement parties. They are also great for dessert when having friends over for dinner.

Pops! Sweets on a Stick!Name a theme for your party and we have a pop to support it! Cowboys, princesses, baseball, baby, bears, aliens, dolls, dinosaurs, the list can go on forever! Designing all these treats was so much fun. People ask me all the time, “where do you get your inspiration?“ The inspiration for this was endless. All I had to do was wander in party stores, paper goods stores and see what is trendy. Of course you can never go wrong with designing something with a face on it. The fun expressions should make you smile when you look at them, and we have plenty of characters to make you smile!

Pops! Sweets on a Stick! Holidays were a must to have in the Pops! book. We have bunnies for Spring, turkeys for Fall, Santa and his elves for Christmas, and of course Halloween would not be complete without having spooky treats to hand out to the kids!

Of course pops are fun to eat, but making them is equally as fun when using products created especially for the pops line. We have a wide range of pans, sprinkles sets, and dipping candies just to name a few. No need to worry about how to present these creations, Wilton has designed a line of giftable products. Mini treat bags, boxes, and stands help showcase any pop you make!

We are very excited here at Wilton to introduce our Pops! Book…I know you will be excited as well!

Enter our Pops Sweepstake!

Pops Decorating Kit!To help celebrate our new Pops line, FIVE lucky readers of this blog will each win a Pops Decorating Kit, valued at $125.00. Included in the Kit are some of our most popular Pops decorating tools and accessories.

How to win:

  • Visit our online Pops store or our Pops recipe page and tell us in a comment (on this blog post) your favorite. Please do not publish your address or phone number in your comment.
  • Contest begins at 10 AM CST on Friday, January 21 and will close at 11:59 PM CST on Tuesday, January 25, 2011.
  • One entry per day/per person. Winners selected in a random drawing.
  • Previous winners of Pops Decorating Kits not eligible to win.
  • We’re sorry, the contest is open to U.S. residents only.
  • Please read the Official Sweepstake Rules.

The contest is closed. Winners have been notified by email. Thank you for participating!

Steve Rocco Steve is the Senior Director of Cake and Visual Design for Wilton Products. He is responsible for designing all the projects for Wilton's publications and packaging. Steve works with a team of 17 cake decorators who create a 3-d work of edible art from his sketches. Steve has been with Wilton for 24 years and within that time he has been responsible for thousands of project ideas ranging from cookies, candies, and cakes. Steve is also responsible for art directing the photography for all of Wilton's publications, working with a team of photographers and prop stylists to create the mood and sets to showcase all the projects created by Wilton's cake decorators.

1,181 Replies

  1. Patty H says:

    I love the star pops cookie pan. They are great for any time of the year and can be decorated in so many different ways and used to celebrate pretty much any occassion!

  2. Gretta J. says:

    I would love to try the vanilla sugar cookies on a stick recipe to make cake pops. I have made cake pops with regular cake mix but never sugar cookie mix. Sounds fun!

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  3. denise says:

    They all sound great so I guess I’ll say Carrot Cake Ball Pops.

  4. Melissa says:

    The People Sprinkles and Candy Eyeballs are my favorites! I usually have the hardest time piping on such tiny details… sprinkles are the perfect “cheat”!

  5. Christina says:

    Mmmm!! The Caramel Apple Cake Ball Pops sound so good! So good, in fact, I am trying to think of a reason to make them … NOW!

  6. Christine says:

    Of course the one that is my favorite would be for my boyfriend, he loves red velvet cake, so this would be perfect for him!


  7. I love anything to do with peanut butter, so my favorite would have to be the peanut butter cup cake ball pops! Sounds SO yummy!

  8. shayna says:

    i love the basic cake ball pops – chocolate and chocolate all the way!

  9. pamela says:

    The red velvet pops! Omg I’m already drooling.

  10. Pops decorating stand looks like a must have!

  11. Marie says:

    The Coconut Cream balls would have to be my favourite! Love anything with coconut and these would be perfect little snowballs or tint green for grass and add a few icing dots for eggs and it’s a perfect Easter pop!!

  12. Sara Blake says:

    I definitely want to try the caramel apple cake pops!

  13. Red says:

    I think the Flower Pops Cookie Pan is my favorite – flowers are so much fun to decorate. =)

  14. Katrina says:

    I would like to try the tripple chocolate strawberry cake pops! How fun!!

  15. Robin S says:

    I’d have to go for the red velvet pops… mmmm!!

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  17. erica says:

    I would love to make the Basic Pop and then turn it into something cute for Valentine’s day. These are such cute ideas and I love the fact that you make a ton of fabulous products to help make the pops look perfect!


  18. Julie L says:

    Would love to try the pops decorating stand. I always struggle with how to get things decorated just right and that looks like a great way to keep them in place.

  19. Owen's Mom says:

    I love the Star Pops Silicone Mold and would use it to make the Coconut Cream recipe.

  20. HARMONY WELLS says:


  21. Lupe Ortiz says:

    Would love to win one of your pops book. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks, Lupe.

  22. Heather J says:

    I love the display stand!

  23. Chrissie Braddock says:

    Love to try the caramel apple cake pops

  24. Melissa says:

    I love the chocolate pro melting pot!! It makes the chocolate the perfect consistency to dip pops into!!

  25. Amanda says:

    I would love to try the caramel apple cake balls!

  26. I would love know now how to dip my cake pops in chocolate. I sold cake pops, purchased all the materials and made them, when I went to dip them… they failed miserably!!! So having a kit will be a tremendous help!

    The Chocolate Mint Crunch recipe sounds so delicious! My favorite design idea are the teddy bears 🙂

  27. Nancy Stymacks says:

    I can’t wait to try Almond Crunch Cake Ball Pops recipe.
    Almonds are a favorite in my household-especially during the holidays.

  28. Amanda says:

    I like the Pops decorating stand. It looks like it wouldn’t take too much ‘sprucing up’ to make it a display stand!

  29. Jill Bogs says:

    Love all the ideas but looking forward to Valentine treats!

  30. Tanya Cormier says:

    I am dying to try the butter pecan pops and my children would like to try the smores pops.

  31. Shayna says:

    S’mores cake pops look deeeelish! I definitely need to try them 🙂

  32. Jessica Bowden says:

    I’ve had cake pops but never tried to make them…those peanut butter cup cake ball pops sound delish!!!! Guess I need to try and make some 🙂

  33. I love your new Cake Pops book! I made my first pops last week & they came out great! I also love your cake pops holder. That by far is the greatest invention for the cake pop craze. As soon as I wonder if they make a product to help me with baking, Wilton has it available. Way to stay on top of the game!

  34. Cindy says:

    I guess I wanne try all of them! It looks so yummy!!

  35. Giovanna G says:

    I love the cupcake display stand, and the fondant 🙂

  36. Crystal says:

    I would love to try the butter pecan recipe in the star pan. My dad is a HUGE fan of everything butter pecan, and since he has been diagnosed with dementia his sweet tooth is enormous! We always try to have something easy to put together for him, and I think that would be a new favorite. Thanks for sharing the recipes! =)

  37. Tara Grant says:

    I love the S’Mores pops, so easy to make and so delicious!!

  38. Laura says:

    I haven’t made them before so anything would work for me!

  39. Melissa says:

    I loovee the idea of the popcorn pops! They’re totally adorable and the next time I have a party, I so need to do that!

  40. Kevin Berrios says:

    Coconut Cream Cake Ball Pops FTW!

  41. Michelle says:

    My girls and I love to bake sugar cookies together, so obviously the first pop recipe to attract my attention is the Vanilla-Sugar Cookies On-a-Stick recipe! I can’t wait to try them!

  42. heather says:

    These are great!! So nice for Valentine’s Day! Thank you

  43. Amy Howells says:

    I’ve never made cake pops, but I’m always making Chocolate Lollipops for different events. I’m totally in love with the melting pro pot. Melts the chocolate quick and stays warm for as long as you want. I would love to learn how to make cake pops cause I think they will be a great addition to my many talents.

  44. Nancy Williamson says:

    Pops Cookie Cutters are the best! I use them with cookie dough, brownies, and fondant. They are easy to wash and last forever. 🙂

  45. Stephanie Knellinger says:

    The popcorn pops look so cute! I just got into cake decorating recently. I’m still in the middle of the Wilton classes. I’m having so much fun and would love to learn how to make pops! 🙂

  46. karen says:

    I definitely want to try the Creamsicle Cake Ball Pops. Not only is it one of my favorite flavor combinations but my 4 year old loves it too and I bet he would get a HUGE kick out of having it in a pop!

  47. Summer says:

    The pops decorating stand looks like it would be essential for making the best looking pops 🙂

  48. Amy Ruschmeier-Spiess says:

    Your recipe for the S’mores Cake Ball Pops looks sooo delicious!! That would be the first thing I would try with the kit!! My daughters would LOVE it!!!

  49. Tina says:

    Caramel Apple Cake Pops sound delicious..I’ll be trying those!!mmmm!!

  50. kelly boldon says:

    those gold fish bowls are ridiculously cute

  51. Brenda says:

    My favorite recipe is the basic call ball because they can be used for any designs or holidays. I also use the star pop pan a lot, my children love the star designs.

  52. Antoinette says:

    I looked through my book over and over and really had a hard time picking a favorite. But, I’m going to go with all the cute farm animals. I’m already thinking they’d go perfect with a barn cake. 🙂

  53. Alex says:

    I am so going to buy this book! But after looking at the store, I did not know that Wilton sold the candy dip? I always buy the candy melts and melt it and use that for dip. I love the candy melts, but Im going to go on a search for the dip now!

  54. Susan says:

    I love the Christmas molds. My husband has a HUGE family and the best treats are homemade. My girls and I spend a week around Christmas time making candy and cookie pops to put in baskets. Then we give the baskets as gifts. It’s a great way to spend family time and teach the girls that “it’s the thought that counts”

  55. Gina Sandoval says:

    Would love to try the Chocolate Mint Crunch Cake Ball Pops recipe. And there are so many adorable little pops I cant decide on a character!

  56. Jennifer says:

    Love the pirate pops. Making them today for my son’s birthday!

  57. Stephanie says:

    I haven’t tried doing the pops yet, but wouldn’t winning this prize be a great way to start??? I love all the great designs and with Valentine’s Day coming up, this would be a super way to say I Love You!

  58. Rachael says:

    My favorite is the Peanut Butter cake pops! I LOVE anything that has chocolate & peanut butter!!! YUMMY!!! 🙂

  59. Chellsey says:

    I would love to try the sugar cookie pops!! they could be used many things, just decorated different ways!!

  60. Yael says:

    Your pop stands look great!!! Would you consider making them in plastic or metal – so that they are washable?!!!

  61. Czianya says:

    I really like the cake pops gifting supplies, I’ve had to make my own when I make them and these make it so much easier!

  62. Jodi says:

    Pops are new to me! I had no idea they were so popular until I saw this blog and all the comments for the thousands of different recipes for pops. I am excited to try these and I hope I win!! : ) I think the first one I’ll try is the Peanut Butter Ball Pops. Yum!

  63. Maegan Tosh says:

    I just learned about cake pops and have made 2 batches in 2 weeks. My favorite to do is funfetti cake mix, vanilla icing, covered in white chocolate with sprinkles. it’s amazing! I would love to win any of these things.

  64. Gina B. says:

    I love love love the new pops book!
    Ordering one and the hearts pan to make some Valentine treats 🙂

  65. Dana Ketchum says:

    I LOVE the Butter Pecan Cake Pops! I just made them and they turned out great! I have just started making and selling cake pops and they really are a hit!

  66. Meagan Paullin says:

    I love all of the choices of sprinkles and candies designed for these!! I am excited to make these with the kids… Great ideas on the site here.


  67. Patty D. says:

    The Chocolate Mint Crunch recipe looks AMAZING! I didn’t see any clovers, but that would be a delicious St. Patrick’s Day treat!

  68. Jennifer fregoe says:

    I love cake pops best idea ever and the choices are to many!!!

  69. Felicia Bruner says:

    I love the Heart Cookie Treat Pan! Thank you for the giveaway! 🙂


  70. Susan says:

    My favorite recipe is the basic. I can’t wait to get the Pops book!

  71. Kitty says:

    I love the candy eyes, I have such a hard time getting eyes to match when piping them on, ones either too big or lopsided and the candy eyes take all of that away!

  72. Stacey W. says:

    There are so many cute ideas but a couple of my favorites are the Tulips Treats Cookies and the the Popcorn pop treats.

  73. Lauren Colwell says:

    I love the Valentine pops, I want to make those for my daughter’s kindergarten party next month!

  74. Renea says:

    I love the little baby heads. What a cute idea for a baby shower!

  75. Tina Becker says:

    The pops doilies are super cute! 🙂

  76. tammie says:

    I’ve been using Wilton products for over 30 yrs. Love Wilton! Have yet to try the cake pops but have a bday party coming up and you can bet they will be on the menu!

  77. Kim Getchell says:

    I think I’m going to pick up stuff today to try the creamsicle cake ball pops. Yum-o!

  78. Monica Aguilar says:

    OMG! I love this whole cake pop idea! I have only tried the basic cake pop recipe but they were extremely delicious and a big hit. Even my hard to please relatives were really won over by this concept. This weekend i am going to try out one of the more adventurous recipes. Can’t wait!!!

  79. Lydia Sestito says:

    I’m making cake pops today! I really love the whole concept of any kind of sweet on a stick, its so fun! Right now my favorite is the hearts for upcoming Valentine’s Day but once Spring hits I’m want to try those adorable bumble bees! 🙂

  80. Jennie Hawkins says:

    These pops look like they are fun to make and even better to eat.

  81. Dianna Breeden says:

    I love making the ball pops. In the future I do want to try a turtle shape.

  82. H Williams says:

    the coconut cream pops sound luscious… can’t wait to try them!

  83. Tammy says:

    i am a huge fan of all things wilton i have the entire ultra gold bakeware set. I would love to own the pop gift set i would add it to my review page and make wilton very hqappy about the review i can’t wait

  84. Amy Madvig says:

    I really like how versatile they are and the fact they can still be cake. I like the Ice Cream Cone pops. Perfect for a kids birthday party!

  85. Karen says:

    I like the basic pops recipe. I like to keep the pops cold. The outside is crunchy while the inside is soft and moist. They are awesome!

  86. Brandy says:

    I’ve made basic cake balls… but what I would REALLY love to make are the S’mores cake balls. Guess I’ll have to make a special occasion so I can make them sooner rather than later. I’m thinking a “Yay, the snow finally stop falling, so we’re one step closer to having a campfire and making real S’mores!” party might be in order!

  87. Kristen Paskus says:

    Love the cake pops!!! How awesome is that!

  88. Jessica says:

    I love all Wilton products and I am so excited to start on the pops! My favorites are the baby pops.

  89. Ashley James says:

    The Chocolate Chip Cake Ball Pops sound yummy!! What a cute idea. I can’t wait to make some!

  90. I wanna try the S’mores Cake ball pops! And my kids would love the star pan to make pops in!

  91. Natalia Burgess says:

    I absoluty love cake pops. They make an easy fun snack for my little ones to have after school. My favorite item for cake pops has to be the decorating stand. Its make decorating them so much easier and I can just leave them there and let the kids grap one as they go.

  92. Sue Blando says:

    All things Wilton are fabulous, I have never been disappointed! I’ve taken cake decorating classes and put to use everything I learned and the products are top notch!

  93. Wendy Tiano says:

    Love the idea of the candy dipping. Such a great idea. The pops are all adorable.

  94. Lauren says:

    I love the heart mold! My daughter and I were trying to find something small but fun to make for her friends for Valentine’s day! That heart pop mold is perfect!! Can’t wait to get the mold and start making valentine treats!!

  95. Naomi says:

    I love the flower pots! They’re so cute!

  96. Jessica McGonagle says:

    These are super cute!!! I love these!!!

  97. Judy R says:

    My favorite is the Chocolate Malted Cake Balls. I can’t wait to make them

  98. Tammie Allegro says:

    I really love the dinosaurs. So cute. I really need to get the book. I just got a mold I ordered and I can’t wait to use it.

  99. Andrea says:

    I love everything about pops, my favorite that i have made were little witches and ghosts, they were absolutely adorable!

  100. Anna says:

    I can’t wait to make some valentine pops, and my favorite that I’ve made so far were mini wedding cakes, they were such a hit! I make my own frosting which is way better than any can. They are sooo yummy!

  101. Carole says:

    Sooooo many cute ideas………can’t wait to get the book!

  102. Lisa stebbins says:

    I have the Wilton Pops Book. I love all of them. I bought the mold to make the people. We love the animals. And the basic balls are just fun to dip and sprinkle.

  103. Amanda says:

    I love all the different sprinkles you could use to decorate and also the pops display stand! So many possibilities!!!

  104. Melinda Redman says:

    My favorite are the Valentine pops, I want to make those for my daughter’s pre-K party next month! I am so excited to buy the book. Looks like there are so many wondrful ideas!!

  105. Brittany says:

    I used the monkey pop molds for my son’s 1st birthday. They were so easy to make and they were a really good hit with the kids. They are really cute and I will use them again for another occasion. I will use any Wilton pop molds. I live by wilton products.

  106. Sue says:

    My daughter loves making pops, this kit would be a great surprise for her! She is so talented! She’s always running out of stuff for them!

  107. april says:

    i started this past christmas with the basic ball yummy .! My boys saw what i was doing and joined in! i would love to expand

  108. Amy says:

    I love the pops decorating stand – can’t wait to try it!

  109. Logan says:

    Love the little baby pops and Christmas trees. Haven’t tried the molds yet and look forward to using them.

  110. danielle says:

    I love the popcorn pops! those are adorable! My kids would love thes and now that they are interested in baking and learning more of what mommy loves to do this would be perfect for them to create!

  111. Tanya says:

    I can’t wait to try out some of your recipes! French toast cake pops sound amazing! I think I’ll try the s’mores too!

  112. I like the Silicone Petite Hearts Mold

  113. Anna says:

    I want the cake pop stand so much! It would help out immensely!

  114. Jackie says:

    I cannot wait to try these…I’m going to start with the “basic” pop and then branch out. They look whimsical and just the right size! Desserts should make people smile, and I’m sure these will!

  115. Sabrina L. says:

    everything looks yummy but i would love to try the coconut cream cake ball pops first. coconut cake is my favorite so i’m sure i would love this.

  116. Brandi says:

    I’m excited to make the valentine cookie pops!! Want to make a bouquet for my husband for valentines day 🙂

  117. Amy Osborn says:

    I really think the star pops cookie pan would be great. You could use that for many different occasions. amy

  118. Leslye says:

    My kids love the pops! They are sooo easy.

  119. Monica says:

    No matter what the design, I have fallen in love with the Silicone Molds. They don’t stop at my cake/candy decorating either. I’ve got almost 2 sets of every style I have so that I can have one set for cake/candy/foods, and another set for plaster/craft creations. The kids love being able to eat candy trees while painting their own Plaster of Paris creation of the same!

  120. Melissa says:

    I love the pops that look like popcorn!

  121. Mayra says:

    Love the pops, can’t wait to make some…..

  122. Nissa says:

    So many great options! My favorite one to try is the Peanut Butter cupcake ball pops!

  123. Ann says:

    How could I ever pick a favorite pop??!! I love them all!! I do think that one of my favorites is the mini birthday cake pop. It’s so cute and festive!

  124. Kari says:

    I love the peanut butter pops!!! I am just getting into making Wilton’s pops, and I just can’t stop. My husband knows every week I have to have a new set to try!!

  125. Erin Schillo says:

    Those popcorn pops look adorable!

  126. Kimberly says:

    Pops are such a great idea for a children’s party. I love the dinosaur pops and the fishbowl pops. Both are very adorable!

  127. Eliza Klinger says:

    I like the S’mores Cake Balls Pops recipe. Smores are too yummy and the recipe looks delish and would be fun to make with my daughter. This kit would be fantastic!

  128. jann says:

    this year i made pumpkin rolls and then made pops out of the cake/icing that i cut off of the ends of the rolls. i had added cinnamon to the cream cheese filling. these were sooo yummy.

  129. Stacey says:

    I love all the recipes for different flavored pops! I can’t wait to try the Creamsicle!

  130. Beth Swords says:

    I love them all but my favorite is the peanut butter!!

  131. Jennifer says:

    my favorite is the star they are so fun to decorate and there are so many differnt things that can be done with them and it is a great activity to do with my 4 year old she loves to put the decorations on them

  132. Jennifer says:

    oh so many to choose from, but how cute is the one that looks like popcorn?!!

  133. Jennifer Woodward says:

    So many great ideas. I can’t wait to try some out !

  134. Jennifer says:

    I think the caramel apple cake ball pops sound interesting… but who can argue with peanut butter and chocolate? Always a favorite.

  135. Gina D says:

    i love pops. my fav is the Pops! Sweets on a Stick

  136. Leah says:

    My 5 yr old daughter and I are just so excited to use this book. We love baking and to try something new like these pops – would just be so fantastic… She already has our first creation picked out – the dinosaur ones for her little brothers 3rd birthday – HE LOVES DINOSAURS! And she LOVES her brother!!!

  137. Erin says:

    I’m SO excited to try more of these!!! My favorite…boy, that’s hard – I love them all! I really like the animals and cars (thinking of my kids here). I’ve made cake pops that look like Mrs. Potts from Beauty and the Beast, and now I’m hooked!

  138. Christopher Sorel says:

    All the pops sound good but will be making some Peanut Butter Cup Cake Ball Pops this weeked then some pound cake ones. Kids will have some fun

  139. T. Myers says:

    OMGGGG!! The Birthday Cake pop is AWESOME!! I just love making and eating then. Oh wait, did I say I loved them or the Kids, lol. Well, that’s if they get to them fast. I’m always first, because I’m make them 😉 they are the ultimate treats at children partys.

  140. H Williams says:

    ready to give the pops a try… they look fun and not too difficult. Any tips for a first try?

  141. Diana Shingler says:

    The pop cake stand is my favorite. Such a useful tool. Thank you

  142. Kim ONeill says:

    Such a great idea! Love the Red Velvet pops…..it’s my family’s favorite cake. So cute for Valentine’s! My children love to bake so this will be a big hit as they can do most of it themselves.

  143. April Manning says:

    These are the cutest idea. They are great for kids birthday parties etc. My favorite is so far the basic cake pop. Can’t wait to try more.

  144. I consider myself a Baker, but would love to consider myself a Popper, too, someday! Can’t wait to get started!

  145. Julie Grimberg says:

    I love them all.. my daughter would love the elmo cookie pops

  146. Carla says:

    i love the new pops my daughters 2nd birthday and i’m trying to figure out what to do for her birthday. Last year i made her the spongebob ya’ll had and it was sooo cute. I did good. So this year i have so many options since she’s older and because of the selection. Everything is too cute. But i know i’m gonna make some of the pop and am so glad that ya’ll are caring the candy googly eyes. goo cool.

  147. LeAnn says:

    I want to make the caramel apple cake pops first–there are several recipes that look delicious! Thanks for great ideas.

  148. Mary Lower says:

    The basic cake pops are great. I’m looking forward to trying more!

  149. April Roth says:

    These are so cute! I would have to start with the book!

  150. Heather Howard says:

    I love these. They are so cute. I will be making these for my child’s Valentines party at school.

  151. mather_mishmash says:

    Would love more “pop” supplies…I’ve been put on cake pan restriction…lol

    The “Almond Crunch Cake Ball Pops” recipe is really good…. I also made it using a Banana cake mix and it was delicious.

    Back to playing with my fondant :^)

  152. amber w. says:

    I would like to make Valentine’s Pops.

  153. annette says:

    these are an awesome idea, thinking about making the red velvet pops for a valentine’s party!

  154. Amy Graham says:

    I love the popcorn pops. So cute!

  155. Jennifer Vandenborn says:

    I love making pops for each of my childrens events at school and for my home buisness( home day care) The kids love them and love making them. I try to have every child creat their own unique pop. They have so much pride from their own creations.

  156. Jen says:

    Love the pop decoration stand.

  157. Lindy says:

    I made my first pops for a Christmas party, little decorated Christmas trees, they were a hit! I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to get the Pops decorating stand, so much better than my upside down paper box, lol.

  158. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I’d would love to try the Coconut Cream Cake Ball Pops! I love anything with Coconut!

  159. Tori says:

    Oh I’m so happy to see this blog…love these little pop ideas…going to have to get that book. 🙂

  160. melissa borgfeld says:

    i love the vanilla-sugar cookie on a stick recipe. so easy to make and taste great.

  161. Nita says:

    My favorite is the candy dip, it is so easy to use!

  162. Christina Fox says:

    I have ordered the book, cant wait to get that in the mail…any day now!
    The Valentine Red Monster Pop is super cute!!! I think I will try making that for Valentines. For anytime pops, I like the Jungle Pals Pix, they really have nice colors and would make nice colorful pops. However, first I will have to get and make the princess pops with the princess pops pix for my little princess! 🙂

  163. Kathleen says:

    Love the little baseball players! And I want to try the vanilla sugar cookies on a stick also 🙂

  164. Christi says:

    My favorite recipe is the almond crunch cake balls. I also love that you have tubs of candy dip available. So convenient!

  165. Annie says:

    I made the coconut cream cake ball pops last week for a luau my sister was having, and they were a hit! I think that’s my new favorite!!!!! Can’t wait to try more recipes!!!!

  166. Laura says:

    My favorite are all the candy melts and the variety of colors they come in! So much easier than trying to mix up a certain color over and over again. They taste great and are so easy to use for dipping and decorating your pops!

  167. Becky Ellis says:

    I love the pops! I can’t wait to get the book! I love Wilton and all the creative ideas and products that you have! I could spend hours and hours on the website. These pops look so cute – so many possibilities!

  168. Sherry Grant says:

    I love the new pops book. It is full of great ideas.

  169. Karen says:

    I want to make these for my daughters bat mitzvah. Love the malt recipe. Huge malted milk ball fans in my family

  170. Sharon says:

    Oh wow, I’m definitely going to try the S’mores Cake Ball Pops!

  171. Amanda Worsham says:

    I’m in love with these, I have a 2 year old and I was trying to find something different for her 4th of July Birthday, I have found it i’m getting the book and letting her pick out which ones she wants. Thanks Wilton!

  172. I love all the different ways you offer to package cake pops! I love your candy melts too!

  173. Emily L says:

    I love the heart pops! I can’t wait to make them for my daughters preschool valentines day party! I love wilton products!

  174. Amy F says:

    I like the red velvet cake and the caramel Apple cake pops

  175. Amy Burke says:

    I think I’ll have to try the coconut cake balls – with a few tweaks

  176. Lanna says:

    I love these, my fiance is currently over seas and I send him monthly carepackages with the holiday/theme for that month with chocolates! I am a loyal Wilton fan 🙂

  177. Renda Cole says:

    I love the different pops bake-ware pans, and different ideas to use pops instead of cupcakes for parties. I look forward to playing around come Easter.!

  178. sandy says:

    These are so cute…I’ve just started making the cake pops and would love to try these….my little girl loves making the cake pops too this would be great for her to try

  179. Brenda says:

    Lots of great ideas!

  180. Melissa Ginder says:

    Love them!!! So fun to make!!!

  181. Json says:

    The Caramel Apple Pops are my fav!

  182. Rachelle Staten says:

    I just love the variety of molds they have, makes it really fun when you have little kids helping you make them!

  183. Jennifer says:

    I love the cake pops decorating stand! Its such a simple product but makes decorating cake pops so easy 🙂

  184. Carrie Dawn Weber says:

    The smore’s pops sound great!! We love pops in our house!!

  185. Cherry says:

    My favorite is the Pops! Sweets on a Stick book. I’m looking forward to getting and learning to make these adorable treats!

  186. Adrian Smith says:

    Triple chocolate strawberry pops sound so good!

  187. Kathleen W. says:

    The triple chocolate strawberry pops sound great! Though my husband would most likely beg for the carrot cake ones. These would be great to make for my son’s birthday party in March–a Dr. Seuss theme. I can’t think of a Seuss-ier cake than a pops cake!

  188. Heather says:

    Peanut Butter Cup Cake Pops!! Who wouldn’t want these?? Can’t wait to try them!

  189. Kisha says:

    I love the S’mores cake pops! Anything with marshmallows and chocolate are great!

  190. Tiffiny says:

    I love cake pops. I made Rudolph cake pops for my sons preschool class and they were a hit. I can’t wait to make the heart cake pops for valentines day!!!!

  191. Karen says:

    Love the original cake pop recipe and would love to win this set!!
    Can’t wait to get the book!

  192. Tosha says:

    So wanting to make me some “POPS”! And I’m lovin’ all those sprinkles. Can’t wait to get the book and get started!

  193. m says:

    I love cake pops. I make them with my daughter.

  194. Margaret Porter says:

    I love the cookbook Pop’s on a Stick! I want to make these for birthdays coming up.

  195. Michelle says:

    I can’t not wait for this book to come out! I really want to make brownie pops!

  196. Love cake pops! I am using the heart shaped silicone molds for all my Valentine orders. It makes shaping them quick and easy! Thanks Wilton!

  197. HedgeHogi says:

    I love the Flower Pops Cookie Pan! Cute flowers! I love Wilton products!

    alholm.co at gmail dot com

  198. Heidi Cummings says:

    Can’t wait to make some heart-shaped cake pops for my daughters’ Valentine’s party!

  199. Cassandra says:

    I LOVE the pops decorating stand, I can’t wait to get one of my own! I am also so grateful for the pound cake from cake mix recipe, it has already come in handy for me and I know I’ll use it a million times in the future. Thanks, Wilton!

  200. Caroline Hertzog says:

    This looks like it would be a lot of fun, and yummy!!

  201. Doreen C. says:

    Monkey pops made with banana cake. Strawberry pops with strawberry cake, the endless possiblilites. With all the snow, I’ll be baking most of the weekend.

  202. Caroline Hertzog says:

    Ooops forgot to add my fav, gold fish bowls!!

  203. Liz Murphy says:

    Is this where we enter to win the Pops decorating kits? If so, count me in. All of the ideas sound delicious and look adorable!

  204. Melissa Estrada says:

    I love the baby pops! I just found out I’m pregnant so these pops will be SO cute for my showers! 🙂 ?

  205. Sandy says:

    I have made cake truffles for my friends and they have all thought they were great. The carrot cake and peanut butter truffles were the main hit out of the three different varieties that I have tried. I am always on the lookout for more recipes and tools to help me make these great treats. Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks.

  206. Juanita says:

    I plan to make my 1st pops this weekend, just bought the book and LOVE all the ideas. Want to get the stand also.

  207. Lisa says:

    Loving the pirate and princess pops!

  208. Jenny says:

    The baby pops are fantastic and would be great for showers!

  209. Lela Schneider says:

    I have never seen these before. How cute! I LOVE the gumball pop! It’s adorable! I wonder how hard it would be to create a “computer” pop? That would be great for all the techies in my world!

  210. Karen says:

    These look so fun! I checked out both sites! I love making goodies for my kids classes and parties, these would work so well! Love the carrot cake! Im am swiftly becoming a HUGE Wilton fan!

  211. Karen McDonald says:

    I love all Wilton products, have been doing cakes for a long time as a hobby, am just starting to get into candies and such, it is so fun.

  212. Andrea says:

    The caramel apple pops sound DIVINE! I can’t wait to try out that recipe!

  213. Elaina Boren says:

    These are a really cute idea,I would love to win a kit to try this out!!!They are all great don’t know which is my favorite.

  214. Margaret Goodwin says:

    The carrot cake ones sound yummy!

  215. chonte says:

    basic recipie.. simple classic and a crowd pleaser

  216. Jennifer says:

    The creamsicle cake ball pops sound so good. I can’t wait to try it!

  217. Cathy says:

    Trying my first POPS tonight. Made the pound cake recipe from the book last night and boy did the house smell wonderful!!

  218. Shawn hutcherson says:

    Mmmmmmmmmm Truffel pops!

  219. Ashley Fraser Sexsmith says:

    Would love to win a kit to use for upcoming birthday party!

  220. Chelsey says:

    I love the Pops Display Stand. That could be used for so many cute ideas.

  221. Kimberly says:

    I would love to have this book, but I think the triple chocolate strawberry cake ball pops recipe looks fantastic!

  222. Lisa Schaefer says:

    Just recently bought the Wilton Pops Book and I love it. Made a couple of batches already and the kids love them! There are so many great ideas out there and cant wait to try many many more, the idea are endless!

  223. kelley wood says:

    Loving it!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  224. LynnC says:

    A friend made them and I must say I am partial to the chocolate ones.
    They were delicious. My daughter thought so too!

  225. Nicole says:

    The possibilities are endless!!!

  226. Tami says:

    I’m hosting a baby shower next month and think I will try cake pops as the favors. There are very cute ideas in the new book!

  227. Sara says:

    Love the cake pop ideas, definatly going to be trying these out. My favourite are the simple chocolate covered ones with sprinkles!

  228. Sarah smith says:

    I love the pops that look like popcorn!

  229. annalee burnes says:

    The dragon pop looks really cool and yummy!

  230. Teresina says:

    Mmmmm!!!! The red velvet cake pops look so yummy.

  231. Kristin madsen says:

    I have seen these a little but never tried to make them. I am inspired to try them. Daughters bday coming up! Fun. I need the kit so I can try this!! Love the bears with party hats!!

  232. Jessica says:

    My favorite new pops tools are the decorating stand and display stand…very handy and I won’t have to keep buying styrofoam blocks. My favorite pop…too hard to decided, but I love the sundae’s on a stick and the fishbowls…

  233. Cora Smith says:

    My favorite recipe would have to be the chocolate mint crunch cake ball pops! The kids go crazy over these!

  234. Melanie says:

    Mmmmm, I’d love to try the Chocolate Mint Crunch Cake Pops! 🙂

  235. Viki says:

    I love all the ideas. I’m not that creative so it would be nice to get the kit to help me out. Thanks

  236. Carmela says:

    I read about this blog posting on Facebook. I would love to win one of the five Pop Decorating Kits. Here’s hoping that luck is on my side today! Have a good weekend!

  237. Carol says:

    Just made my first cake pop.
    I would like to win the decorating kit.

  238. Jennifer says:

    The Red Velvet cake balls sound heavenly- would love to try them with my kids!! YUM!!

  239. Christy says:

    This looks like it would be super fun for my daughter and I to do!

  240. I LOVE it ALL! My favorite is probably the stand? What a great idea to be able to hold all your pops up for you! Thank you Wilton! I have been purchasing items from you since my Mother got me hooked at age 10!

  241. Kalu Sweets says:

    I love to make cake pops! love the flower pop’s!

  242. I love the little honey bees. Super cute!

  243. Katie Ukena says:

    Choose one fav? I can’t! Love them all. Would love to have all the fun tools to try them! 🙂

  244. Carrie L says:

    My favorite is in the Pops decorations department, the CHOCOLATE CUPCAKE CRUNCHES!!! My entire family & I LOVE it on top of ice cream!!

  245. I like the red velvet cake ball pops! 🙂

  246. Dana schnarr says:

    Been to lots of showers lately with cake balls, but “on a stick” is sooo much cuter. LOVE this!!

  247. Catherine Pierowicz says:

    I’d LOVE to be able to make the red velvet cake pops!!!!

  248. Emma says:

    I love making these. I am making 80 of them for a friends baby shower. Pink for the little princess.

  249. Amy Wood says:

    It is hard to decide which cake pop to make first. I am torn between the caramel apple, French toast, peanut butter cup and s’mores. I might have to start with the French toast cake pop, as that one is so unique and something my friends and family will have no experience with. Maybe I will make it for the next pot luck breakfast at work. LOL.

  250. Lue Martin says:

    I really love the little bears…they are so cute…but I always love the hearts too. You can use them all year long…and especially now that Valentin’s Day is upon us…

  251. Kimberly Armstrong says:

    I do not know that I can just pick one thing as a favorite. I am excited about the presentation products and I am really excited to try the recipes as well. I can not wait to fill up my kitchen with all of these amazing new things 🙂 ooooh and did I mention the book!!!

  252. Donna Armstrong says:

    oh by far the Almond Crunch. Yum. Can’t wait to try it.

  253. Sara Phillips says:

    The Chocolate Malted Cake Ball Pops and S’mores Cake Ball Pops sound AMAZING!!

    Thanks so much for the chance!! 🙂

  254. Vici says:

    I love the “pop stand” what a great idea!

  255. Melissa T says:

    I LOVE books, so I would most like the new Pops book you’ve released. Thank you!

  256. Candace says:

    You have no idea how excited I am to experiment with these cake pops — especially the carrot cake ones featured on the pops page!

    Not only would these be awesome molded into footballs or helmets for a Superbowl party, but they look so easy to make.

    It’s the perfect fit for my blog, since I show college students how to make dishes without access to a kitchen, and all you need are a few Wilton essentials (and a microwave) to create a real conversation-starting treat.

  257. Taryn says:

    I can’t wait to see the book, Pops! Sweets on a Stick.

  258. Ashley says:

    My favorite would have to be the Coconut Cream Cake Ball Pops 😀

  259. Jessy J says:

    I have to say my favorite recipie is the basic cake pops recipe because it is from here that all the ideas branch. Without this recipe, the world would be without cute little dinosar pops or french toast cake pops. 🙂

  260. Sarah says:

    Um, Smores cake ball pops? Yes please.

  261. michelle rosborough says:

    I like the Heart Cookie Treat Pan

  262. First, I was attracted to the French Toast Cake Ball Pops – very unusual, and a great excuse to eat them for breakfast! However, the S’Mores Cake Ball Pops sound divine. Chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker crumbs – how can you go wrong??? I always hated tossing the cutaway portions when I was sculpting cakes, and now I have a wonderful chocolate cake recipe that I can make cake pops with! Yeah!

  263. Samara Kaempfe says:

    S’mores cake pops!!! My kids are obsessed with s’mores lately…those sound great!

  264. DM Bellamy says:

    Man, since I am new to making cake pops I want to try it all!!! But I actually have the Smores recipe that I will be making next weekend 🙂 Can’t wait~these are soooo yummy!

  265. Charyl says:

    I love the little Teddies! they are adorable!

  266. Robyn says:

    my favorite is the Red Velvet Cake Ball Pops…these would be a big hit with my husband and I might just have to try to make them for his next birthday!

  267. Erica Best says:

    i would love to try the Carrot Cake Ball Pops they look great .

  268. Felicia says:

    My favorite recipe is the Chocolate Mint Crunch Cake Ball Pops, although they all sound yummy.

  269. Emma says:

    I have made the Smores one already and they were a big hit, next is the carrot cake pops. yummy

  270. Judy R says:

    I love the dinosaurs. I will be making them for my grandson’s birthday next month

  271. Brianna says:

    I love the red velvet pops! I think they are adorable and love that you can box them as gifts, can’t wait to try out bunches of these recipes!

  272. Charity says:

    I love the ease of using candy eyeballs! No more piping tiny dots, just pop them on and you are done!

  273. Margaret says:

    I like the Pops Doilies for changing the style of presentation. I want to try the Triple Chocolate Strawbery cake ball pops.

  274. Jaclyn S. says:

    Can’t wait to make the carrot cake pops and the butter pecan pops!!

  275. Kristin madsen says:

    I love Wilton products and plan to try these for the next party. Would love a kit!!

  276. I can’t wait to try the Smores Cake Pop recipe!

  277. Mera says:

    Love all the awesome ideas as usual! I am making all things Bears for a huge charity bake sale in March so, it’s bear pops for me! Along w/ bear cookies and bear cakes w/ the Wilton’s 3D large & small bear pans!

  278. Cathy says:

    Working on my first pops today. Going okay so far, the pops stand is difficult to work with–you need two hands to insert and they shift around when you add others, but they taste like heaven!!

  279. Tami Vollenweider says:

    Another combination I would love is The Triple Chocolate Strawberry Cake Ball Pops!

  280. Jennifer Simmons says:

    I love the popcorn pops!!

  281. Owen's Mom says:

    Yum! I would love to try our Butter Pecan Cake Ball pop recipe. Sounds divine! Perfect for kiddos and adults alike.

  282. Cake Mom says:

    Chocolate Mint Crunch sounds so yummy!!!

  283. Summer says:

    Well, I love s’mores in real life, so I can only imagine cake pop s’mores would be the best ones yet!!

  284. Chelsey says:

    My favorite recipe is the Peanut Butter Cup Cake Ball Pops recipe 🙂 Sounds yummy.

  285. Erica says:

    I love the princess pops!!…so would my little girl 🙂

  286. Ada Franchino says:

    The Mini Rose Bouquet Cake is definitely my favorite, so classy yet inventive!

  287. May Cruz says:

    I always loved red velvet cakes, so my favorite is the red velvet pops. Now if only they made cream cheese candy melts. That will be a great combo!

  288. Katie Ukena says:

    Love the “Pops” stand! Pick me! 🙂

  289. Jenn Pacheco says:

    I made the carrot cake pops for my co workers and they LOVED them! Can’t wait to try the other receipes but carrot cake so far is my fave.

  290. Myra Fontes says:

    I can wait to make these pops!!!! And create my own as well!!!!

  291. Gina Piriz says:

    I would definitely love the s’mores pops. Of course they all look yummy. Taking a sneak peek in the book…I would love to make the teapot and cup…totally adorable for a tea party.

  292. Vici says:

    Creamcicle pops! I have loved creamcicle pops since I was a kid!

  293. jeannine m says:

    I would love to make the Chocolate Mint Crunch Cake Ball Pops
    ..going to have to get the stuff to di it now lol

  294. Elizabeth M says:

    With 4 kids 7 and under, I cannot go wrong with trying the Chocolate Chip Pops! But, they all sound fabulous!

  295. Barbara says:

    Absolutely adorable treats! I think the Pops, Sweets on a Stick book idea was one we will all enjoy for years to come. The book, candy crunches, sprinkles, glitter, dust, sugars, icing decorations, pix, wraps, doilies, tools and packaging will be a part of our decorating, gift giving, and entertaining for years to come. The possibilities just make me dizzy! Oh, and on top of everything else, the Candy Dip!!!! Oh, did I say dizzy? How did you know how happy that would make me? I must say I have plans to use my food markers also when making Pops. I truly feel after using the book as a decorating guide, we will only be limited to our imaginations for more fun ideas. Pops, Sweet on a stick will bring many smiles to kids and adults in all of our lives. Thanks for another great product!

  296. Judy Palmer says:

    My favorite is your new “POPS” book for all your great ideas to use as a guide; then I come up with more of my own. Would love to be a winner. Thanks!

  297. Cora Smith says:

    I find the new “POPS” book very interesting. There are a lot of great ideas and looks like fun to make.

  298. jeannine m says:

    I love Silicone Petite Hearts Mold
    perfect for valetines day

  299. Summer says:

    I think the electric pops melter would come in handy when you have to dip a whole bunch of pops!

  300. Barbara Brosnan says:

    I LOVE the new Pops book. Gorgeous photos and adorable ideas! Makes me want to just spend all day making cake pops! Thanks for the great publication.

  301. I like the Caramel Apple Cake Pops recipe the best, it would be awesome in back to school cake pops shaped like apples, or in caramel apple shaped cake pops for Halloween! Such a great combination of flavors is perfect for the autumn season and all the events that accompany it!

  302. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I’d Love to Have your New Book-Pops Sweets On A Stick! I love CookBooks! Thanks.

  303. Krystal says:

    omigoodness… Peanut Butter Cup Cake Ball Pops?!?!? that has to be my fave!

  304. Kathy says:

    My favorite recipe would have to be the Red Velvet cake.

  305. TerriAnn says:

    The carrot cake ball pops sounds so yummy! I know I would pile on the frosting 🙂

  306. Machell Duke says:

    I really like that the site gives instructions on how to make cakes like the mega mug of joe cake….the recipe tells what pans and decorating tools etc to use.

  307. Sarah says:

    I’m a huge fan of the dinosaur pops! I’d probably have to make them with the peanut butter cup or chocolate chip recipe. They’d be a blast to make for my students! The heart and star pop wrappers would also be great for simple pops to take in for them, too 🙂

  308. Sandi KS says:

    The peanut butter chocolate pops are great! Two yummy flavors in one fun pop!

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  311. Anna Jukes says:

    My favorite pops product is the “Pops” book. I can’t wait to look at it!

  312. Jaclyn S. says:

    The book looks awesome!!

  313. Valerie C. says:

    I love the “vanilla-sugar cookies on-a-stick” recipe. I want to make those for school. The teachers and students would love them.

  314. Lesa Vaughn says:

    I would so love to have the chocolate pro electric chocolate melter! That would be the perfect tool for melting chocolate melts without using a microwave or a double boiler!

  315. Taffy says:

    The top to bottom fun pops are so cute! With a first grandbaby on the way, I can see these as a perfect baby shower treat.

  316. Gretta J. says:

    I love the Pops flower pot display kit! The possibilities are endless with using it.

    bamagv at aol dot com

  317. Alyssa says:

    I lovelovelove the red velvet cake ball pop recipie! I love anything red velvet, and thsi recipie cause out extremely moist and delicious! Everyone loved it at the bake sale!


  318. Judy Palmer says:

    Another favorite besides your new “Pops” magazine is your new electric Pops melter. What an easy convenience as we are making & dipping these great Pops!

  319. Anna says:

    I would so love to have that new POPS book, so many great ideas!

  320. andrea says:

    My family loves it when I make pops, I make them for each of the holidays

  321. Sue says:

    That pro-electric melter sounds AMAZING, would make pop life a little simpler

  322. Floyd says:

    Pops are huge trend right now and my customers love them, every little item helps!

  323. Logan says:

    My wife makes pops all the time, getting this stuff for here would make her soo happy! She is so creative, my favorite that she made were the little witches for Halloween.

  324. Jodie says:

    The basic cake balls recipe is great. It’s also easy to do; if I have extra cake scraps from leveling my cake, I just place it in a ziplock in the freezer. When I have enough, I’ll follow the recipe and be able to make cake balls!

  325. Erica says:

    I would love to make heart shape POPS in red velvet for Valentines day and share them with friends and family

  326. Cindy says:

    Would love to try the recipes in the new book…what FUN!

  327. Christine says:

    I would like the pops book so that I’m able to create pops for all the holidays and my Grandson for treats at school. I make them for him all the time he loves them.

  328. Chelsey says:

    I would love to try the Butter Pecan Cake Ball Pops!

  329. Judy R says:

    I love the Popcorn Pops – they are so cute!

  330. The carrot cake ones sound delicious!

  331. Amy Pooler says:

    The S’more recipe looks great, I’m going to try it this week.

  332. Tabitha m says:

    I love the new Pops book.. I can’t wait to get it.. I’ll be in the kitchen for hours!!

  333. Jen says:

    I love the idea for the birthday cake pop on the cover of the Pops! Book! I made a variation of it with a Valentine themed cake pop! So fun! Pops! book has so many great ideas!

  334. Stacy M. says:

    The flower pops look awesome!!

  335. Meghan says:

    Fav recipe: Red Velvet Cake.

  336. Kim says:

    I would love the pops book to add to my growing collection of treats cookbooks :0)

  337. Rachel D. says:

    I LOVE the Red Velvet Cake Balls! I need to try these!

  338. Rhiannon says:

    I’ve never made Pops before, but I really want to try it! They’re so pretty. From the recipe site, I’d like to try making the s’mores ones!

  339. Gianna says:

    My favorite recipe is the Carrot Cake Ball Pops! Carrot cake, cream cheese icing…and nuts! There couldn’t be a better combination. 🙂

  340. sandra lewis says:

    This would be wonderful for my valentines from my son to his classmates.

  341. Tara M says:

    I have not used them yet. Just started reading the blog! My Mom used WIlton for everything and those Molds are very cool!!

  342. Emma says:

    I just finished making strawberry cake pops for my co-workers. I would love to add more items to my collection of Wilton. Love making cake pops and have shown friends how to make them and they love it too

  343. Brenda Andrews says:

    I would love to try the chocolate mint crunch pops! They look YUMMY

  344. Amy Osborn says:

    The Caramel Apple Cake pops sound delicious!

  345. Love making pops. Just made some with cookies and frosting.. yum!!

  346. Megan Mohatt says:

    I have to say, I think the popcorn pops in the popcorn bucket is so adorable! I’m also loving all the different combinations of cake that can be used, I would never have been creative enough to put some of those together! Hope I win, I want this!!! 🙂

  347. Bonniesue Rosenwald says:

    I love making pop! Now I will make them better!!!

  348. Tara says:

    Oh.My.Gosh. I am drooling reading the coconut creme recipe! What can possibly be more delish than that? I imagine these in so many different ways – an elegant wedding pop with pristine white coconut on the outside of the pop with a single flower…or perhaps with a coating of pineapple-infused coconut toasted just right making a pseudo-pina colada. I could go on all night! 🙂 🙂

  349. Christine says:

    Love the hearts pops, we are trying to figure out how many to make for wedding favors. Thanks for the great idea.

  350. Jessica Lewis says:

    I love the Pops flower pot kit! Perfect for Easter!!!

  351. Jennifer says:

    I love the new book, but my favorite item right now is the 10-Pc. Fondant/Gum Paste Tool Set. This would really come in handy designing and decorating the many different pops I could make!

    This for the chance to enter such a great contest!

  352. Deb Gates says:

    I really like the 3-D Mini Bear Pan. Even without the Pops Book, my mind is already imagining all the cute little bear pops I could make with this fun little pan.

  353. elaine says:

    almond crunch

  354. Cathy says:

    They were a hit! and so decadent

  355. Stephanie says:

    I love the pops designs! Would love to win the kit so I could make some pops of my very own!

  356. Rachel says:

    I must say I love them ALL!!!! But I do especially LOVE the Carmal Apple Cake POPS!!!! <3<3<3

  357. anna says:

    i agree, your new book would be great for someone like me who has been afraid to try these pops. i could have the pictures in front of me. oh god, i would love this book!

  358. Brandy DeHaas says:

    Caramel Apple or peanut butter!!

  359. Kimberly says:

    I recently bought the Pops! book and think all of them are cute and recipes sound delicious!! Can’t wait to try them all out!! I hope I win, I love making Cake Pops!!!

  360. Robin Johnson says:

    The chocolate mint crunch cake ball pops look so good. I can’t wait to try them!

  361. Lisa Dodson says:

    Any pop made from any flavor of chocolate cake can’t go wrong! I love the idea of cake pops because you can get your cake fix from just a small fix.

  362. Jessica D says:

    S’Mores Cake pops

  363. Jenna says:

    I am excited to try the Star Pops Silicone Mold for our military 4th of July and Memorial Day cookouts. They will be a huge hit!

  364. Meghan Brown says:

    I would LOVE to make the caramel apple pops, since I’m pregnant, and craving caramel apples! 😀

  365. Michelle says:

    Peanut Butter and Chocolate. Is there anything else? YUM

  366. cathy says:


  367. Renee' Minard says:

    I love the triple chocolate strawberry pop recipe. I also like that there is a big selection of supplies and decorations to choose from.Lovin’ cake pops !!

  368. bernadette melow says:

    Yummy! Caramel Apple pops sound delicious!

  369. Debra says:

    I have never made pops before but would love to win the kit so I can make some for my kids!

  370. Deborah says:

    The french toast pops are out of this world!!

  371. Cynthia Bryden says:

    I love the basic cake pops…decorating them is the most fun.

  372. Jessica says:

    I love caramel apples and will def be making the pops soon!

  373. Lacey says:

    I think the creamsicle recipe is my favorite! I can’t wait to make some.

  374. Kathy M says:

    I haven’t tried the Pop’s products from Wilton but if they are anything like the other Wilton products, I know i’ll love them!

  375. Maureen says:

    S’mores pops have to sound the very best! Can’t wait to try ’em out! Thanks for great publications!

  376. Susan says:

    The peanut butter cup cake ball pops!! Yum!

  377. stacey says:

    The almond joy and the peanut butter cup pops sound great! I’ve made the chocolate covered strawberry ones and they are so tasty. My little girls love to help roll the cake and mix the icing! I can’t wait to make some of the new recipes with them!

  378. Cyn Stevens says:

    I must say I love them ALL!!!!

  379. Kristyn says:

    Without a doubt, the triple chocolate strawberry pops would be the absolute best!!!! I can’t wait to try them 🙂

  380. I love the cake pops! I made some cake pops yesterday & used the new kit that holds 5 pops as the display. It looked so cute! Everything I needed was included in the kit.

  381. Carol says:

    did chocolate today with my daughter. It was her first time making cake pops and her husband whom doesn’t like cake loved them. Can’t wait to try carrot cake

  382. Kathy says:

    The chocolate chip pop ones sound like the kids will love them. Thanks for sharing so many great recipes!!

  383. Annette says:

    I’d have a hard time deciding between the caramel apple pops and the peanut butter cup pops…

  384. Sara D says:

    I think the french toast ones would be delicious!!!!

  385. Amanda says:

    This would be fantastic! Would love to be able to try this out with my daughter (she’s 4) and loves to help in the kitchen! 🙂

  386. Tina says:

    I can’t wait to try these recipes with the kids. They look kid friendly for basic ones and then fun to experiment too. Yum!

  387. Jennifer says:

    I want to try the Caramel Apple Cake Pops! They sound absolutely delicious!

  388. erica sandwall says:


    Love me some carrot cake!!! Looks so delicious.

  389. Mbabb says:

    I LOVE all the adorable pops! There are so many great ideas and recipes I can’t pick one! Looks like I’ll be experimenting soon with all these wonderful pops. Never made any before but it looks so simple. I love the dinosaur one! My daughter loves dinosaurs those would be perfect for her birthday that’s coming up!! Thanks!!!

  390. Julie Gibson says:

    the peanut butter cup cake balls look yummy.. will have to try this!

  391. Jennifer says:

    Would love to win a pop set! My boys and I would have so much fun making these!

  392. Luci says:

    While I’d love to eat the Chocolate Chip Cake Ball Pops, I know the biggest hit for my family would be the Vanilla Sugar Cookies on a stick. Everything is more fun to eat on a stick!

  393. carina daniels says:

    I love the little bears that were pictured are so adorable!!!

  394. Karen Ryals says:

    Anything sweet or chocolate will do right now! It all looks so good!

  395. Angie Bryant says:

    Pops can be added to your fondant cakes… it is fun to add for decorations.. faces… etc. Just use the dips for your cake balls (left over cake from trimming up your fondant cakes) and decorate!!!!!!

  396. tambra says:

    I am going to try to make the carrot cake pop, it sounds delicious! I think they are all so cute, especially the panda bear pops.

  397. Angie says:

    I love that cake pops are easy enough for the beginning baker. Easy and yummy (that combination isn’t always achieved!) I can’t wait to try the smore pops!!!!!!!!

  398. Jennifer says:

    Can’t wait to see the new pops book.

  399. Kristin says:

    Oh man, the Carmel apple cake pops sound wonderful. I would love to make some.

  400. Debbie stevens says:

    I like the peanut butter cups the best!!!

  401. Graciela says:

    The carrot cake pops sound soooo yummy! !

  402. Julie W. says:

    The chocolate malted cake ball pops sound absolutely delicious!!

  403. Kimberly says:

    I love the whole new cake pop line that Wilton came out with, the eyeballs and the facial features are a great and easy way to make adorable cake pops without all the extra time just to create each individual piece. Great thinking!

  404. Amalia says:

    Love the red velvet pops, i will love to win the pop kit

  405. Sharon P says:

    I love the holiday pops! They look yummy and fun..

  406. Norma says:

    I love this idea, I can’t wait to make them, it seems so easy! WTG Wilton for all the great new ideas!

  407. Amy Ruschmeier-Spiess says:

    I think the pops Flower Pot Kit looks so fun and very creative!! We love gardening, so my kids would enjoy this!!

  408. Czianya says:

    I really like the S’mores pop recipe, my kids’ birthday is cowboy theme so this is perfect

  409. Mather-mishmash says:

    The patriotic cookie cutter set is more versatile than it appears. I used the shooting star cutter and made them into 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc ribbon cake pops for a youth sports banquet…..the kids loved them and regardless of what place their team came in, three reward was just as yummy.

  410. Donna says:

    While all the pops look delicious (and I’ll end up trying them all), I think the chocolate malted cake ball pops would be great. Just imagine, when biting into one you’ll be transported back to when you were a kid…having a chocolate malt and eating a treat on a stick. Yum.

  411. Judy Christensen says:

    The favorite flavor around my house is the chocolate mint cake pops, so delicious!

  412. Karen Bradfute says:

    The red velvet pops sound soo delicious can’t wait to try them…

  413. Cat says:

    The peanut butter cups are awesome! So good that people were disappointed when they were all gone

  414. Cindy says:

    I’m going to try the Basic Cake Ball Pops soon!

  415. Ginny A says:

    My grandkids would love this and i win one i am sending to oldest granddaughter for her n her baby brother, just to drive their mama crazy(not really) but gave me a laugh..love the recipes..especially the s’mores..plus it looks really simple to make

  416. Crystal W says:

    I can’t wait to try the coconut cream pops! I figured if I am going to make the butter pecan ones for my dad, then my mom deserves the coconut cream ones lol. She is a FANATIC for coconut anything, and these look like something she would go nuts over. Oh my gosh, I can make something for everyone out of the recipes! Thank you for posting these!!!

  417. Alisa says:

    My fav would have to be peanut butter cup pops hands down. I cant wait to get the book, Ive been waiting to do something new 🙂 and this looks like it would be soo much fun!!!

  418. Kayla says:

    The red velvet would be my favorite. I love anything red velvet!!

  419. Amy says:

    I love love love the pops display stand!

  420. Becky Ellis says:

    The triple chocolate strawberry cake balls sound delicious! I’m going to have to try them!

  421. Dina Anderson says:

    The Pops! Sweets on a Stick book is DEFINITELY my favorite on the store site… fingers crossed that I can win one! 🙂

  422. Christine R says:

    I’ve only tried to make pops once, and it was a complete disaster. (Delicious and fun, but still a disaster!) I plan to try again, and I am looking forward to trying out some other recipes. I’ll start with your basic recipe and play around with the decorating. Thanks for all the ideas!

  423. Inger Bautista says:

    Yummy Triple Chocolate Strawberry Pops, none left they are so good.

  424. michelle loosman says:

    Can’t wait to see the pops book,very excited

  425. Melissa W says:

    The Smore’s cake pops sound delish to make and eat!!

  426. Lisa C says:

    Just got my Pops book today. Cant wait to try the “schools out” fish or the “barnyard buddies”. The kids wont want to eat them they are so cute!

  427. Hunter Moore says:

    I want to try some pops they sound so fun to make and eat!

  428. Tiffany says:

    I love cake pops!! I haven’t experimented with making them yet, tho looking at the recipes… the Creamsicle Cake Ball Pops sound yummy and might be a good place to try to make some…
    maybe with a pop kit 😉

  429. Danelle J says:

    I love the candy flavorings they make all my candy projects taste yummy! 🙂

  430. Jeannine Smith says:

    They all look so good – will have lots of fun experimenting on my own! So many possibilities!!!!

  431. I love them all, but if I have to pick I guess it would be the gumball machine!!

  432. deLIZiosa says:

    This kit would be awesome to win! It would come in really handy right now, to help me make some money for medical expenses.

    I really like it all, but my favorite is the book.
    I peeked in the book and it really does have a pop for almost any occasion.
    The recipes for the pops seem quite delicious! Especially the Almond crunch cake ball.

  433. Heather says:

    Disappointed that your contest is only for the US. Many of us Canadians also buy your products on a regular basis 🙁

  434. Amy D says:

    Oh my goodness, where to begin? I just love all of the pops. The S’mores looks like a great start, then again there’s the holiday ones and the book. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE WILTONS!!!!!

  435. Emily says:

    Ditto on the pops display stand. I really like that it’s just plain so it can be decorated for any occasion.

  436. Caitlin says:

    Anything chocolate and I’m dreaming of Spring

  437. Jennifer Miller says:

    I love love love the fish bowl!!!! CUTE!

  438. Debi Hubbard says:

    I think the Triple Chocolate Strawberry Cake Ball Pops sound delicious.

  439. Debra Madden says:

    Hi I love to make the candy for the holidays. love the candy molds and the pops so easy to make and even better to eat. I hope I when the kit. It would be a blessing. you have so many neat ideas. Thank you.

  440. Taryn says:

    The silicon baking molds look like lots of fun. I’m excited to give them a try.

  441. Amonie says:

    3 Cheers for peanut butter cup cake ball pops!!! Way to go Wilton for putting a spin on a family favorite treat! Woohoo! 🙂 I was looking for something different for a baby shower so these pops will be a big hit!

  442. Christina D says:

    My daughter is begging for the smores pops, even sent me a “how to” link!! 🙂 Love Wilton, always on the cutting edge!

  443. Beth Swords says:

    Would love to try this!!

  444. April M. says:

    I have been making cake pops for awhile now usig the wilton candy melts and sprinkles. After buying the pops magazine I saw the chocolate pro melter. It is my new best friend. Cut my time in half making cake pops. 🙂

  445. Krys says:

    I LOVE my chocolate melter…my husband bough it for me a couple of years ago and it is wonderful!!!

  446. megan turner says:

    I want to make the malted chocolate cake ball pops!

  447. Suzze Tiernan says:

    I love the make a face decorations. I have already bought two books on pops making, and bought the sticks, I just have to get up the nerve try making them!

  448. Melissa R says:

    Love love love the cake pop ideas and can’t wait to make valentine themed oops.


    • I taught myself to decorate cakes more than 40 yrs ago, from a Wilton book with the how to section…..have made many wedding and birthday cakes and have my second set of decorator supplies. Now its time for some new ones…I cannot do the decorating like I used to due to arthritis in my hands…..a good idea might be to make the tips and bags more ergonomic for us with limited motion in our hands. I dearly love your books.

  449. Jenny Martin says:

    I love the pops flower pot kit. And the peanut butter cake pops!!!

  450. Erin says:

    I can’t wait to try the peanut butter cup cake pops! My hubby loves peanut butter cups… this is perfect for a valentines day surprise! A nice change of pace and it sure would be a great early birthday present for me!

  451. Shellie says:

    I love the Pops Decorating Stand, it makes decorating the pops so fast and easy without it being messing and its a great way to display them.

  452. Brandy says:

    Mint chocolate crunch cake pops look amazing!!! Would love to give them a try!

  453. Colleen Burns says:

    All the recipes look so good! But I really want to try that caramel apple cake, chocolate mint crunch, and red velvet cake pops. I so want to get all the products and try all the pops. I am sure my one year would enjoy that too!!! Thanks for some great ideas and lots more stuff for my to buy and wish list!!

  454. chrissy says:

    I just got done making oreo cookie cake pops. So yummy!

  455. Amanda says:

    Chocolate Malted Pops are everything a Whopper candy should be, and MORE! I made them for a 100th day of school party for my daughter’s class and they were a hit!

  456. H Williams says:

    Hoping to try a red velvet pop version for Valentine’s day.

  457. Jenni Van Hart says:

    My daughter would LOVE the flower pops – they look so much fun. Great idea for birthdays in lieu of a big cake!

  458. Donna Bell says:

    I love the Pop Melter!! That would make dipping sooo easy! I hope to win it…

  459. Heather Howard says:

    These will be cute to make for my son’s class.

  460. Amy V says:

    I love the pops display stand. This is a great idea. Since it is white you can decorate it to fit the theme of the party. Can’t wait to try one out!

  461. Aimee says:

    I LOVE all these new cakepop items…they are so creative and fun….and yummy too! Can’t wait to start experimenting with all these wonderful Wilton products…the heart cake pop mold is awesome!!!

  462. A Kearney says:

    I made the cake pops for my son’s class at Christmas. They loved them and thought they were so cool!!!

  463. Terra says:

    cake pops are AWESOME…love the new cakepop display stands and want to make some daisy cakepops and put them in the pot display kits…they are so delicious!!

  464. Pamela Johnson says:

    I LOVE the POPS! There are so many wonderful ideas! I would love to win the kit so I can practice making these wonderful treats 🙂

  465. Anne Beltzer says:

    I love the book and hope to make something from it soon!! What a fun idea! I have loved every wilton item i have used, can’t wait to try something new, Thanks Wilton for this fun idea!

  466. Mary says:

    Cakepops are a delicious dessert or snack….I am so excited about the new Wilton line of products and hope to make some of the little creature cake pops and use the little eyeball quins…this stuff is so neat!

  467. Laura F says:

    The almond crunch cake balls sound really yummy!

  468. Katrina says:

    The S’mores cake ball pops sound delicious. Cannot wait to try them.

  469. Tara says:

    I am so excited about these new cakepop items…the only limitation is my imagination on what I can create and enjoy…they are yummo!! Really want to try making some tasty Valentine’s heart cakepops and share with my friends! Way to go Wilton!!

  470. Liz Barnum says:

    I can’t wait to try the chocolate malt pops! It sounds like a yummy reciepe

  471. Laura says:

    Love the Pops Decorating Stand. I sent in a batch of Pops for my son’s bake sale at school. It made it easy to transport the Pops as well as displayed them so kids could choose their favorite design.

  472. Jana says:

    Oh my gosh, I have never heard of pops until I found this site today and I just have to try them…whoever thought of crumbling cake and making something out of it? How wonderfully clever!! I have only had a cheesecake square on a stick before on a cruise and oh my was it sinful, but just think of the ways you can use these! The kids would love to take them to their teachers as presents I am sure what cute apples and globes and other school things you could come up with! So clever I am so glad I found this site I just have to go find your book tomorrow!

  473. Lisa says:

    I love the Light Cocoa Candy Dips. The candy melts are awesome for most of my chocolate needs and think having them in this format would be even better.

  474. Kiersten Slevin says:

    I would love to make the “bee” pops. One of my girls is nicknamed “bee” and they would be sooo cute for her birthday party!

  475. Kiley says:

    I really like the baby pops idea, Ive made baby cupcakes but this is a wonderful idea!

  476. Raquel Reyes says:

    I love the chocolate pro!! It is an absolute must have!! It works beautifully and is extremely easy to use! Thinking about buying another so I can melt different colors at the same time! The Smores Pops caught my eye… that may be my next project!!

  477. Heather slough says:

    I can’t wait to get the book and try all of them 😉 rly want to make the stars

  478. Leslie says:

    The peanut butter cups sound yummy, can’t wait to try these for Valentines day. The people at work will love them

  479. Lisa says:

    I would love to learn to make pops with the new Pops book!

  480. Diana says:

    I can’t wait to try the triple chocolate strawberry cake ball pops, they would be awesome for Valentine’s day! I just now started making cookie balls and the like and have really enjoyed it!

  481. Lori says:

    All of the recipes for cake pops looked soo good enough to try them all. I learned cake decorating in the early 80’s at my local Sears store. I learned the Wilton method and made many cakes over the years, a couple of wedding cakes and even my own wedding cake. When we moved to FL, 14 yrs. ago, I gave up doing cake decorating and wasn’t able to take my pans along with me. Recently I have seen cake pops and have decided that I want to get back into cake decorating again, but this time Cake Pops!! They are sooo cool and a very clever idea. Will Wilton offer Cake Pop classes? If so, I’m signing up for it!

  482. nicole says:

    ooo those butter pecan cake pops are calling my name!

  483. Amy says:

    Wilton, I LOVE YOU!! These cakepops are so adorable and look so cute you don’t want to eat them!! I would love to make some of these great pops…the salty and sweet ones look sinful…I would love to make some of these…winning the kit would be amazing!!

  484. Katie M says:

    I like the peanut butter cup cake, Carmel apple cake, Oreo cookie…oh the list goes on and on! Yumm!!

  485. Denise Kline says:

    My favorite is the flower pops/

  486. Ginger Martin says:

    I love the peanut butter cup cake recipe I think that one sounds terrific my grankids would love it..thanks wilton I love your website

  487. Amber says:

    I can’t wait to try the red velvet cake ball pop recipe. I can see these being great for a Valentine’s Day treat, or for Christmas! They would look great with the Chocolate Hearts Sprinkles.

  488. Janet Gavitt says:

    I have been making cake balls for years now. The Pops book will help me take my treats to a whole new level. So many fun ideas.

  489. Doreen Chambers says:

    More cake pops on the horizon, going to make a garden of pops for valentine’s day.

  490. Elise says:

    I love all the cute pans to use. Wilton makes it so easy for me to look like I really know what I’m doing when, in reality, I’m just good at following directions!


    I want to make pops now, I din`t know there was a pops magazine. Wonderfull!!! Another use for the melting pot also!!!

  492. Leanne says:

    Wilton…you create the best ideas and all of the treats I have ever made are DELICIOUS! The new Pops…Sweets on a stick book looks amazing…you have really outdone yourself this time…I would love to learn how to make all these amazing treats!!

  493. Tiara says:

    I got so excited when i first seen this new Pops book at my job…..i work at Michaels craft store and love being able to see all of the accessories for the pops….the one i am the most excited about is the pop that looks like a slice if cake….i cannot wait to try that one out…..i am a self taught cake decorator and love that the wilton supplies are so easy to work with!!!

  494. Steven says:

    The candy melts are a very huge help when it comes to decorating pops as well as making candy. The variety of colors are great. Look forward to checking out your book.

  495. Roxanne. Tinkham says:

    I love the pops popcorn boxes. What a fun idea for a circus theme

  496. Carmen Davila says:

    The decorating stand seems useful and great. So much better than just using styrofoam. 🙂

  497. Lori Pelfrey says:

    I am dying to try the butter pecan cake ball pops!!! Mmmmmmmmmmm!

  498. Cheyenne Thompson says:

    I love the new pops book!Very cute ideas.

  499. Tracey T says:

    I can’t wait to try the French Toast Pop Recipe, I better get baking!

  500. Stacey says:

    Love the pops book!

  501. renee bartosik says:

    this is a cute idea! there are a variety of ideas!

  502. Amber M says:

    I can’t wait to try the caramel apple cake pops! They sound delicious!

  503. Angela Johnson says:

    I love the decorator stand. It will be so nice to have one of those. And the book….. you can never have enough ideas. Best of all it tell you how to do it. 🙂

  504. Jennifer Post says:

    I MUST have the new book!!! loving the butterflies for my daughters bday party! The pop stand looks awesome, I agree much better than just sing styrafoam! and I will be trying the carrot cake pops next week, my fav!!

    thanks for the chance to win!
    Jennifer Post

  505. Gail Combs says:

    I have to have the book!! And I am looking forward to trying some different flavors, especially the carrot Cake.

  506. Lisa says:

    Really wanting to make some puppies or piggies. So much fun!

  507. Cassie says:

    I LOVE the pops popcorn boxes!!!

  508. debbie says:

    Cake pop stand!

  509. Alida Garrison says:

    I love the little birthday cake pops! I don’t know how you make these so smooth, but all of them are awesome and pack a lot of “Wow!”

  510. Jennifer C. says:

    I’m liking the pops flower pot kit. Gets me thinking of spring ideas.

  511. Jennifer says:

    I can’t wait to try the peanut butter cup cake balls. Any thing with pb has to be good!

  512. I want to try the Coconut Cream Cake Ball Pops.The recipe sounds delicious.

  513. Lori D says:

    My niece and I picked up some molds and chocolates yesterday for Valentine’s Day. We’re going to get started on them this week. Can’t believe February is almost here!

  514. Rachael says:

    I love the heart and Valentine themed Pops. My husband is in the Navy and we don’t get to see each other very often, so when he is home, I always stick one of them in the lunch I pack him for the day. Not only are they adorable, but they are just the right size for a quick dessert before he has to get back to work!

  515. Judi Adelman says:

    I cannot wait to try them all and then teach them in one of my Kid classes ( that includes big kids as well) The malted cake ball looks like it would taste just like a whopper ( my fave)

  516. Karla says:

    The baby pops are awesome!

  517. LeAnn says:

    I want it all!

  518. I’ve only had the opportunity to read the sample pages of your “Pops! Sweets on a Stick!” book, but I’m so excited about it already!

  519. Cathy Walsh says:

    I will be making some of these for a baby shower this spring. I’ll bet they’ll be a hit.

  520. Darcy Mitchell says:

    These are so stinkin cute. I tried to make some last week with the granddaughter. Neededless to say I need to practice AND now there more stuff I think I need. Like the thing that holds them and the melting pot. yep Michaels here I come.

  521. Eliza Klinger says:

    daily entry
    I like the Comfort Grip cutters. There are many fun shapes to make yummy pops!

  522. Jen Schmitt says:

    I love making pops! I would love to win a kit!

  523. Lisa says:

    What a great idea! I had never heard of Pops! until a couple of weeks ago. I am looking forward to making some Pops! once I get the supplies needed!! 🙂

  524. Kimberly says:

    i am so looking forward to making some this coming weekend with my girls we are alll getting together to try them out for the first time 🙂 so winning a kit would make our get together awesome 🙂

  525. Rachel Willis says:

    I love the vanilla sugar cookie on a stick. Very simple and can be revamped for any ocassion.

  526. Laura says:

    I absolutely love the decorating stand! It’s such a great and useful product!

  527. tammie says:

    wilton is awesome!

  528. kimberly says:

    Always thought to try making these! It looks so much fun!

  529. Christina Luciano says:

    I love the flower pot kit! So cute and a great way to display pops!

  530. STACEY GAWELKO says:

    I like the cookie cutters that are the “easy” grip. My son has special needs and this makes it easier for him to help mom cook!! Thank you for making these!!!

  531. Rian Nunez says:

    I love they hearts pops. maybe because its close to valentine’s day. I like the cupcakes too!

  532. Markie says:

    I love these cake pops! They’re so much fun to make and they’re great if you just want a little something rather than a huge piece of cake.. This book is wonderful!!

  533. Denise says:

    I would have to say the Chocolate Malted Cake Balls as my favorite, they sound delicious.

  534. Michele says:

    I just ordered all my cake pop goodies and can’t wait to try them out. I love that wilton is making pops easy for us all to do!

  535. Tara says:

    I think a Pops class should be offered just like the cake decorating classes.

  536. sandy ivy says:

    I just love the new cake pops:) I can’t wait to try the carrot cake pops 🙂

  537. Tammy Cartwright says:

    I am excited to learn how to do the pops, and my 5 yr old grand daughter is sooo excited also.. I am taking the Wilton Cake classes now, so I am very excited to learn the pops also..

  538. Cassie says:

    I’m in love with the flower pot kit!

  539. Robyn says:

    I love the Red Monster of Love Cake Pop! Its so cute and would be perfect for a Valentine’s Day party!!

  540. wendie boswell says:

    Love the pops ideas!

  541. andra says:

    The triple chocolate strawberry pops sound wonderful! I would love to see the pops added as part of the Wilton courses!

  542. Hi just received this book abt two weeks ago.. I was super excited to see new ideas for the pops… I flipped thru the book more then 10 times in one day. I was so thrilled by all the cute figure and ideas I can try myself… my favorite pop of the book was the one with three different color patterns. I wouldnt thought of that one myself with Wilton book help off course. 🙂

  543. gail feinberg says:

    LOVE the red velvet. Ordered the pops book and can’t wait for it to arrive.

  544. Suzy Stewart says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the pops boxes and the flower pot kit!!!!

  545. Maria Hanrahan says:

    I really like the fish in the fishbowl pops!

  546. Kristin madsen says:

    These are a great idea for the birthday parties we are doing coming up, i need a kit!

  547. Erica Best says:

    The Caramel Apple Cake Ball Pops look great .

  548. Meighan says:

    My daughter and I just love these Pops! Her favorite is the Nesting Bluebirds and mine are the Sundaes on sticks. We are going to start making these for family birthdays and hopefully spur on the interest my daughter has in baking:)

  549. DM Bellamy says:

    I soooo want the BOOK!!! I want to try EVERYTHING!!!

  550. Tara Kraatz says:

    I can’t wait to make these for my sisters baby showers. I have Are sisters due 3 weeks apart and want to make them for both shower!

  551. Ronie Davila says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the peanut butter ball pops! Its really hits the spot for any peanut butter lover!

  552. Jennifer says:

    I LOVE robots and can’t wait to make robot pops. I’m thinking a fun but classic and universally liked flavor inside like chocolate chip!

  553. Trish Halvorsen says:

    I love the pops flower pot!! So cute!!

  554. Rainy Roth says:

    I think my favorite pop is the “Here’s looking At You Dude”. Ever since I saw the pops I have been thinking I want to get the pans to make them. Now I know it is a must for my SuperBowl party. I am thinking of making Helmets out of them with both teams logos. Can’t decided whether or not to do cake or Brownies though. Anything would be great! I also browsed through the Pop book and that is on my list for a birthday gift! Definitely!

    PS- I live in a very small town (Pop. 986) and no one has seen anything like this before. I think it will be a huge boost to my parties!

  555. Gitte says:

    They are so lovely. I have planned to make som to my childrens birthdays

  556. Doreen Chambers says:

    I found my new favorite flavor of pop: Coconut Creme Pops. My family loves coconut, this is sure to be a hit.

  557. deLIZiosa says:

    I’d love to win this kit soo much! It has so many great things in it and would love to try the nice slices cake pops. I love miniatures and this seems ideal. Also would love to try the rockin’ babies for my future babyshower.

  558. Sinar Indah says:

    I love the princess pops!! They’re totally adorable, suitable for birthday party, princess-theme party and even Valentine’s Day!! One hit for all…

  559. karyn says:

    My girls and I love the recipe for the carrot cake pops!
    We are hoping to win this kit– Thank you for creating such a great book!

  560. Owen's Mom says:

    I love the Pops Flower Pot Kit. This would be an adorable party favor idea for my daughter’s 2nd birthday.
    andrea.kruse at gmail dot com

  561. Barbara says:

    If only you had a contest for people that come from far and wide and would love nothing more to get something so special, your products are awesome. Love from a little island in the Indian Ocean x.

  562. Diane says:

    I would to win this contest. My Grand Daughter just thinks they are the best and that they are so cool. If we won the kit my 5 yr old Grand Daughter and I could have hours of fun and pass these out to her classmates at school.

  563. Judy R says:

    My favorite is the new “POPS” book.

  564. Tara Uli says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on this book!! Have a baby shower coming up and can’t wait to see the reaction to these.

  565. The carmel apple pops sound just like when i was a kid and to be able to make them would be just like revisiting old times. Also as a newbie at cake decorating, i have a children’s party coming up in march and i think the kids would love to have these pops instead of a cake.

  566. Deanna says:

    oooohhhh…..my favorite item would have to be the new book…so many new ideas to try out, can definately find some inspiration in that!!! I can’t wait to be able to get this book and try out some new flavor combos….yummy!

  567. Kristian E. says:

    The French Toast Cake Ball sounds so yum!! 🙂

  568. Carla says:

    I Just love cake decorating, my sister did it forever for all of us and now that i have a baby I am doing them for her. Im so excited about her 2nd bday. I’m trying to find one of the old ernie or bert and ernie pans on ebay. she is such an ernie nut hahaha.

  569. ruzaika says:

    just love all of it ,since each flavour comes in right for all times

  570. Elaine R says:

    They’re all so cute! Can’t wait to try these recipes 🙂

  571. Joanne says:

    They all look great. Love the Valentine’s Pops. Can’t wait to try the Caramle Apple and Creamsicle recipes. They look delish!!

  572. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I love the Big Display Stand,to dispaly your Pops On!

  573. Faith Mew says:

    I am adiicted to Wilton! I love the books and tools. I made cake pops at Christmas based on a post online that was not Wilton. They turned out cute, but not as easy as I thought due to the instructions. When I saw that Wilton has a Pop Book, I was excited. I’ve looked at my local Wal-Mart (the only store in my town that carries Wilton) and they don’t have it yet. I get the Wilton newletter, so I was thrilled when I saw this drawing. I would LOVE to win this kit. I love making things for church, friends, my grandchildren, and I sell goods from time to time. I could just sit for hours and browse through my Wilton books.

  574. Donna says:

    I can’t decide which one is better! First it was the Almond then I saw the Malted Milk, then I went down the list and I couldn’t find one that I didn’t think was Wow! I love the idea of Pops. I don’t have a lot of imagination when it comes to putting things together and with grandchildren now I rely on Wilton to make everyones birthday and special occasion cakes. So once again they have come through to make me look good. Thank You Wilton!!

  575. jeannine m says:

    I love the Carrot Cake Ball Pops

  576. jann says:

    it would have to be the red velvet. i love the combination of the red cake mix and cocoa and then add the cream cheese with it. it is just to die for. it is one of my most requested recipes.

  577. Rhiannon says:

    The electric melter would be probably one of the must-have’s for making pops! I see it’s part of the prize package, too!! Fingers crossed 😉

  578. Katie Ukena says:

    MMMMM…….Smores, Red Velvet, Peanut Butter….. I want to try them all!!!

  579. Laurel says:

    Absolutely love everything Wilton! So many great ideas and recipes. I have many birthdays coming up in the near future and can’t wait to make anything birthday 😀

  580. Amber M. says:

    I love the peanut butter cup cake balls receipe! It seems very easy to make and something that I could involve my 2 year old in. She just loves to be in the kitchen, and getting her hands messy with this sweet treat would be right up her alley!! I can’t wait to try this receipe!!

  581. Ashley says:

    I like the peanut butter cup cake ball pops

  582. I love love love all of Wilton’s products. I use the Wilton Icing Colors daily for my business as well as so many other Wilton products. The new Wilton cake pops book looks awesome-I would love to try the red velvets! Can’t wait to try out all the new products!

  583. The Peanut Butter Cup Cake Ball Pops sound SOOOO good!!!! I think the idea for Pops is amazing! Perfect treat for a party, gift, or snack!

  584. Christina says:

    I like the Pops Decorating Stand, I so need one of those!

  585. tabitha m says:

    I LOVE the new Pops book.. I’m hoping to get it.. There are tons of ideas I want to try!

  586. Summer says:

    I’d definitely like to try the French Toast pops recipe! Thank you!!

  587. Kelli says:

    I think the S’mores Cake Ball Pops sounds delicious!!

  588. Elizabeth B says:

    The Triple Chocolate Strawberry Cake Ball Pops look wonderful! I can’t wait to try them out.

  589. Kelly says:

    I went to the store and must say that the book – Pops, Sweets on a Stick is my favorite goodie. All the ideas in one place!

    Recipe wise – the Triple Chocolate Strawberry Cake Ball Pops look divine.

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  591. Ashlee says:

    I don’t think I can pick just one thing! Although, the book is my #1 pick. I’ve made pops before and everybody loved them

  592. Denise Kline says:

    the peanut butter cup cake pops!

  593. Josh Greenup says:

    The Peanut Butter Cup ones sound like they would be good. I have tried Carrot Cake ones too. They were really good!

  594. Rachel D. says:

    The Almond Crunch Cake Balls sound yummy!

  595. Amber M. says:

    I really like the peanut butter cup cake balls receipe. Peanut butter and chocolate are my two favorite sweet combinations. It is total comfort food and I can’t wait to make these.

  596. James says:

    Man the peanutbutter cups sound awesome. I’m a sucker for peanutbutter and chocolate anytime!

  597. Jeannine Smith says:

    These can certainly ruin my diet! Attempting to make some today! YUM

  598. Rhonda says:

    Wilton is #1 for treat making!

  599. Chelsey says:

    I love the Butterfly Comfort Grip™ Cutter, and I think my daughters would too.

  600. Francesca says:

    I just love the red velvet cake ball pops! They’re timeless and simply delicious!

  601. Hannah says:

    The smores cake pops sound delicious!

  602. Rebecca R says:

    Ooh..I’m gonna have to say carrot cake pops. They sound so delicious right about now!

  603. Kate says:

    The carrot cake pops sound really yummy!

  604. Jennifer Hill says:

    I love the Jungle Pals and the Caramel apple pops recipe.

  605. Katrina says:

    The caramel apple pops sound delicious!

  606. Linda Landry says:

    Choosing is hard, but if I can only pick one recipe it has to be the chocolate chip cake pops! Yum yum!

  607. Christy says:

    caramel apple pops!

  608. Valerie C. says:

    I like the “pops decorating stand”. I think it’s an important piece to have! Thanks

  609. Stephanie Hayward says:

    I really like the pop decorations.

  610. Anna says:

    I’m going to have to go with the crowd and go with the peanut butter cup pops, though I’m pretty sure the french toast would be a close second!

  611. Cora Smith says:

    Also I am going to go with the peanut butter cup cake ball pops. They sound so yummy!

  612. Jana says:

    I just had to show my husband these last night and he just loved the turtles! 🙂

  613. Karen Yaeger says:

    Mmmmmm caramel apple cake pops!

  614. Tammyshiver says:

    I like the pops decorative stand so that it can hold my choice and my daughters choice the variety of endless choices we can make what we used to have to buy at the bakery right in our kitchen , it’s bonding and teaching but most of all fun time,my favorite is peanut butter cup cake ball pops so yummy and fun to make thanks for making these wonderful products and giving your customers such good quality and variety!

  615. Brenda Andrews says:

    The Caramel Apple Cake Pops look yummy

  616. Jaynise Diaz says:

    I would choose red velvet cake ball pops because it has the richest taste, it’s delicious!

  617. Sharon P says:

    The popcorn pops are great too!

  618. Just made my first cookie pops.. Love! Another thing to add to my repetoire!!! So fun

  619. Salli Jones says:

    I’d have to choose red velvet cake pops or brownie pops…such a tough decision!

  620. Misty Babb says:

    They all sounds so yummy! My family would love the peanut butter cup one! Sounds so yummy!! 🙂

  621. Oh yummy, I like the red velvet cake ball pops! Yummmy

  622. Kristen Paskus says:

    The peanut butter cups!!! YUM!

  623. Tracey Capps says:

    Red Velvet– YUM!!
    All of the pops are gorgeous!
    Love the creativity!
    Pops are like new canvases ready to be painted!

  624. Amy says:

    Chocolate malted cake ball pops! Yummy!! :o)

  625. Dana Ketchum says:

    Red Velvet Cake Pops! Yumm!

  626. Melissa says:

    I think the peanut butter cup cake ball pops sound delicious and seem to be a popular choice for others. I love anything with peanut butter! What a fun set thanks for the chance.

  627. Michele Howard says:

    I haven’t made a cookie pop yet, but they look so fun and easy. Can’t wait to make one!!

  628. Jeannie Evans says:

    The chocolate Mint Crunch Cake pops sound yummy!!

  629. cynthia says:

    the chocolate mint pops sounds really good

  630. Marlyse orr says:

    Love making cake pops! Am going to try the carrot cake ones this weekend!

  631. Crystal W says:

    I think the brownie pops pan looks like it would make it SO easy to get the yummy chewy style brownies. So far I have decided to do the butter pecan pops for my dad, the coconut cream for my mom, and the brownie for my hubby. By the time I’m finished with family I will have tried every single recipe there is LOL!

  632. Tori says:

    I have had great compliments on the Triple Chocolate Strawberry Cake Pops. and I have more to make and a order of the red velvet cake pops to go out by this friday! this would be awesome my kids love it and love to help and it helps bring in some extra money for the family!

  633. bleubunny says:

    Caramel Apple! Love them! My daughter and I enjoy making these for all occassions and also just to enjoy mother daughter time and to get her more involved in cooking.

  634. Sommer B. says:

    I like the vanilla sugar cookie pops b/c sugar cookies are my favorite!

  635. Tracy says:

    I’ve been trying to come up with an idea for my best friend’s birthday. I think I’m going to try the creamcicle pops. That’s his favorite frozen treat, so why not surprise him with birthday cake on a stick?

  636. Tashina H says:

    Caramel Apple Cake Ball Pops sounds yummy!

  637. Christine U. says:

    The Triple Chocolate Strawberry Cake Ball Pops sound divine!! YUM!!

  638. Joanna says:

    The chocolate mint ones sound good!

  639. kara says:

    I LOVE the dinosaur one! It’s perfect for a little boys birthday! It would be the perfect party favor to send them off with! Hmmm…I’m thinking football shaped pops in Packers and Steelers colors for Superbowl Sunday?? 😀

  640. jennifer says:

    Peanut butter cake pops. Yummy!

  641. Anna Cole says:

    I think these would be a great addition to a party with cupcakes, But i must say i was wondering how i would decorate them and let them set until i saw the pops decorating stand, that has to be a must have!!
    i am excited to try the red velvet ones!

  642. Lori D says:

    I love chocolate pops!!

  643. Sundee bickler says:

    Love the Butterfly’s and carmel apple…can’t wait to try the other flavors !

  644. Valarie says:

    No doubt about it – my favorite is the Triple Chocolate Strawberry!

  645. Karen says:

    I love the mini 3d bear pan!! I use my 3D bear pan for everything…what a great “little” treat to go with it!!

  646. Leslie Volz says:

    I like the presentation page. Specifically the popcorn box and the flower pot. Awesome for gifts. Thank you so much for this opportunity.

  647. Gwen says:

    I can’t wait to try the chocolate mint crunch.

  648. The Red Velvet Cake Ball pops are definitely a must. Red Velvet is a household favorite. My teenage daughter can’t get enough of Red Velvet cake. Now with the Cake Ball pops there’s another way to enjoy the Red Velvet Cake.

  649. Meg says:

    I have not yet tried my hand at the cake ball pops (yet) So I would have to say I like the sugar cookie pops. I did cookie pops as a baby shower favor, they were a big hit.

  650. Tina says:

    Peanut Butter Cup Cake Ball Pops are my favorite.

  651. melissa p. says:

    Triple chocolate strawberry…yum!

  652. Mechele Gentry says:

    Creamsicle, definitely!

  653. Michelle G. says:

    I’d LOVE to try the recipe for the Red Velvet Cake Pops. Those sound so yummy!!!

  654. Christi says:

    The carmel apple cake balls sound real good and it would be cool to form them and color them to resemble an apple.

  655. Red Velvet cake pops for sure! I tried my hand at them for Christmas, and made Rudolph pops to give to friends this year. YUMMY! I got so many compliments, I might have to try them again…and this time, maybe they’ll stay round! I have a picture on my blog.

  656. andy cole says:

    i really wish i could get my wife all of this.. i think she needs to makes me some of those peanut butter ones!

  657. Jessica says:

    I really like the bumble bee’s 🙂

  658. Anita V. says:

    The Pops Decorating Stand is on my must have list. Sticking them in styrofoam to hold them doesn’t always work out. Of course I’d love to win the decorating set, then I wouldn’t have to choose a favorite.

  659. Michelle lucio says:

    My daughter and I love to make the cookie pops. We can’t wait to try a cake pop recipe.

  660. alberta guilbeau says:

    I love the candy mold variety colors and flavor.

  661. Armella says:

    The smores ones sound delicious!! I might be trying them very soon!

  662. Jessica Medina says:

    I am new to pops but have been going crazy over this versatile, easy treat!!! Sticks are an easy way to eat and pass out your homemade treats…..I will be starting with a carrot cake one since it is my hubbys favorite!!!

  663. Rhonda williams says:

    I love the book, pops! Sweets on a Stick! Full of yummy ideas!!

  664. Crystal Cleere says:

    Creamsicle Cake Ball Pops

  665. Mather-mishmash says:

    I love the Ceramic Candy Melting Cups. They work great in the microwave; but, I like to put them in an old electric skillet filled with water. You can keep the chocolate/candy at the right temperature for molding, dipping, or drizzling for long cake pop or candy sessions…..but for big batches, I could really use that Chocolate Pro…..hint, hint, hint

  666. Tina Mullins says:

    I love the heart shaped pops they are so cute I am going to make them for my son’s class!

  667. April Taylor-Matthews says:

    S’mores are the best, but anything chocolate is awesome too!

  668. Mayra Santacruz says:

    The smores recipe sounds amazing and the kids will definately be happy!

  669. Dionis says:

    Peanut Butter Cup Cake Pops look like they will be a winner! I am new to pops, but fascinated by the possibilities. Look out friends and family, Sweets on a stick coming your way!

  670. STACEY GAWELKO says:

    I can’t wait to try the carmel apple recipe!!

  671. Kiersten Slevin says:

    bee pops!

  672. Deanna Drake says:

    I LOVE this !!! I became a cake decorator almost a yyear ago and would love a chance to learn how to make these. I honestly can’t choose a favorite, but caramel apple, mint chocolate, and red velvet sounds delish as well as all the rest!!!!

  673. Lotis says:

    I can’t wait to get the book and try some of the pops. I think I am going to start with the ice cream cone pops for my son for school to celebrate his birthday.

  674. Jennifer Birdsong says:

    I love everything I like to see all the new things they have and love the pops

  675. Nikki Decker says:

    The little Birthday pops look adorable! I also LOVE that you guys have pop stands! Yay!

  676. Beth Collier says:

    Love cake pops! can’t wait to make some for Valentine’s Day!

  677. Ivette says:

    I really love the Almond Crunch Cake Ball Pops!! mmm, yummy!

  678. Charlena De Leon says:

    the chocolate chip cake pops sound wonderful.

  679. Christine R says:

    My husband loves peanut butter, so I’m going to try those. I’m allergic, so I’ll substitute soynut butter and see if he notices the difference!

  680. Dawne says:

    Caramel apple cakeballs sound amazing!

  681. Cameron Dennison says:

    I love strawberry cake pops. My sister is having a baby and for the shower I will be making many different cake pops.

  682. Melissa says:

    Carmel apple cake balls!! Kids love them..they’re delish!

  683. katie p says:

    I can’t wait to try the caramel apple pops!!!

  684. Vicki kephart says:

    Brownie pops! Yummooooo!!!! :o)

  685. Cindy says:

    the doll pops are a great idea for a baby shower would make great gifts for the guest

  686. Krystal Rose says:

    I have not yet had the pleasure of trying any pops… sure hope i win so that i can start making and trying all the different flavors!

  687. Tara says:

    MUST I pick just one? Quite a daunting task, you place upon us! But I do so hope I can reap the rewards!!

    I am going to stick to my original thoughts about the Coconut cream. It is incredible yumminess at it’s core! Your varieties for adornments are infinite! After dipped in the white chocolate, you can: drizzle it with some almond-infused chocolate; toast up some coconut and alas, perfection!; mix up a batch of chewy raspberry candy and pop it in the center of your pop; drizzle on some pineapple infused white chocolate and pop a sliver of a banana chip on top and you have an instant pina colada on a stick! And…and….Really, I should stop! I shouldn’t be thinking about eating sugar after five…but now visions of cake and cookie pops are dancing in my head!

  688. Kimberly says:

    I am so excited to try some of your ideas for the cake pops – the balloons, gumball machine and the tea set soo cute! Instead of the fondant I plan to make modeling chocolate from the Wilton melts for a better flavor!

  689. Wendy says:

    I love the edible glitter and the candy eyeballs! The glitter just adds such shimmer & sparkle. The eyeballs are simply super-fun! 😀

  690. Jen Ashton says:

    I love the pops flower display kit! I think it is perfect for the creations the kids and I are making for their teachers! Just too cute.

  691. Connie Perkins says:

    Red velvet cake pops sound amazing!! Great ideas for birthday parties!!

  692. Jessica says:

    I like the popcorn box for the presentation! Great idea! Def my fav and Ill be trying it out asap.

  693. Heather says:

    Definitely the triple chocolate strawberry cake ball pops for me!

  694. peggy says:

    these would be so much fun to make – so freaking cute – love them all want this. love it!

  695. Selina says:

    There are so many cool ideas, its hard to choose a fav. I love the little fish bowls, or the halloween candles and the balloon bouquet. cant wait to try them myself.

  696. Cheryl S says:

    Love love LOVE Halloween themes! And the triple chocolate strawberry! Yum

  697. Kata says:

    OMG!!!!!! I LOVE EVERYTHING IN THIS GIVEAWAY!!!!!!!!But if I have to pick one… def the pops book 🙂

  698. Rachel says:

    I agree, the baby pops would be so great for a baby shower!! I’d really like the try them out!!

  699. Batman's Mom says:

    The Butter Pecan Cake Ball Pops sound delicious!!

  700. Karen says:

    The balloons since I’m allergic to the real thing-LOL
    Would be sooo cool to win!

  701. Rebecca S says:

    oh yum! I love red velvet cake and those pops sound delish!

  702. Krys says:

    I would love to get the Pop book and try to make some cake pops!!

  703. Donna Armstrong says:

    I think the Carrot Cake Ball Pops sound delicious. I am going to try making those.

  704. Emma says:

    red velvet cake pops are amazing. I am making some heart shaped ones for valentines day. Would be great to win some supplies. Money is tight for this single mom

  705. Erin says:

    ‘Chocolate Malted Cake Ball Pops’!!… these sound awesome and I think they are my fave choice!. We love malted milk ball candies so this recipe sounds like the absolute PERFECT choice for my family!.

  706. Tina McArthur says:

    Love the Triple Chocolate Strawberry Recipe. This would be an awesome recipe to try for Valentines day.

  707. Emily Caragher says:

    Chocolate Malted Cake Ball Pops!
    LOVE THE BOOK!!! =)

  708. Meagan Paullin says:

    I love the Pops Display Stand! I put so much love and time into making a treat special, I want the presentation to be fun too! 🙂


  709. Angela Murphy says:

    If I won, I would make the red velvet, chocolate chip cake and some s’mores pops.

  710. heather nelson says:

    mint chocolate sounds amazing! my 2 favorite flavors together! yummmmmy!!!! makes me think of girl scout cookies!!!!

  711. Jennifer Miller says:

    I’m so excited to see all the cake pop craze and ideas and accessories that can go along with them! I have made red velvet cake balls with vanilla candy melts and they were such a big hit! Can’t wait to try my hand and some more creative ideas listed here. The reason I am so excited about these is because they travel well! Thanks cake pop creators!

  712. Rebecca says:

    I would love to try to french toast pops! That sounds delicious and I really like that you used butterscotch in the recipe. How unique?!

  713. Amanda Ward says:

    I have never tried the pops but they look like such fun. I’m always looking for new ideas for my daughter to enjoy. Thanks for sharing.

  714. tammy says:

    French Toast Cake Ball Pops… YUMMY!

  715. Ellen says:

    Never made cake ball pops before. Peanut Butter Cake Ball Pops sound amazing. I think they’ll be my first. Yum!

  716. Bonnie says:

    I Love all of it but really love the recipe for the red velvet cake pops. A good twist to on old classic. Love all the tools too though. YAY WILTON!

  717. Chris says:

    Coconut cream cake pops sound AWESOME!!! I LOVE coconut!!!

  718. Corinne says:

    Lovin’ the comfort grip butterfly pops cutter for my one and only baby girl’s first birthday in March!!! Think Spring!

  719. Chocolate Cake Pops, simple but timeless… YUMMY!!!!

  720. Beth Meyer says:

    Love the popcorn shaped pops. What a great idea for family movie night!

  721. Leanne says:

    The kit is awesome and the book looks amazing…would love to try the brownie pop mold!

  722. Mary says:

    The heart pop pan looks great…I would love to try it with sugar cookies and cake mix….yummy!

  723. Aimee says:

    I want to try my hand at making the cakepops…they look yummy and I love all the animal pops…can’t wait to get creative!!

  724. Angela says:

    I love the Pops book to help give ideas for all the fun ways to make these awesome treats

  725. BJ says:

    My daughter and I love making the cookie pops together…. can’t wait to start making some brownie pops. My fav new thing to try is going to be the silicone cake and brownie molds. 🙂

  726. Terra says:

    Wilton is so creative…I want to try and make some red velvet Valentine’s cakepops…they are heaven on a stick!

  727. Samantha says:

    I have never tried making the cake pops before, but i do love getting creative in the kitchen. They look like they would b lots of fun to make with the kids… especially to for holidays when you are trying to think of something fast, fun, and easy to make classrooms full of kids!!!!! The coconut cream, and caramel apple sound absolutely delicious!

  728. Tara says:

    I love cakepops and bownie pops…would love to win the kit and try my hand at making the decorative ones for all the holidays..they are yummy, yummy…the best dessert!

  729. Jill says:

    I look forward to trying the Chocolate Mint Crunch Cake Pops!

  730. Mandi says:

    Love the Pops Book and the Peanut Butter Cups Ball sound awesome.

  731. Amy says:

    please Wilton keep up the good work…you come up with the most fabulous dessert ideas and party favors….I hope to win this kit so I can make all these great ideas…I love, love the cake pop liner ideas for all the the flower pops…they are so sweet!

  732. Linda Gero says:

    can’t wait to try the Creamsicle Cake Ball Pops… creamsicles where always my husbands favorite & as his birthday is April 9th putting it on the list to serve!!! Thanks!

  733. Gail says:

    I’ve been making cake pops for several years now and I am so excited that Wilton has a wonderful and creative book that is all about the POP! I love love love the front cover of the little mini birthday cake pop, that is my favorite! I also love the recipe for the S’mores cake pops. That sounds like a big gooey mess with yummy sticky marshmallow. A fun project to get your kids involved with. I also liked and drooled slightly, over the French Toast cake pop! What a great idea! Loved all the recipes!! Thanks Wilton, you’ve scored again!!

  734. tawny says:

    Love the smores cake pop idea! I’m absolutely looking forward to some summer time cookouts and picnics I can bring these to. There’s a perfect flavor for everything!

  735. Debbie says:

    Those coconut creme ones sound heavenly. I would use coconut flavored pudding instead of vanilla, maybe a touch of almond flavoring and most definitely toasted coconut would be on them! OMG, wish I wasn’t in a diet contest at work right now!

  736. Caramel Apple Cake Ball Pops!!

  737. Aimee Walker says:

    I cant wait to use the star pops pan. So versatile!

  738. Amanda says:

    I made the Chocolate Peanut Butter Pops earlier today. They are already gone! Needless to say, they are a hit at my house! Thanks so much for the recipe!

  739. TINA MARIE says:

    YUMMO smores.. Cant wait to make them….Every Wilton product so far is spot on….!!!

  740. Sheri Lazare says:

    Love red velvet, anything. Must have real cream cheese icing.

  741. Jennifer says:

    Dreamsicle Flavor cake pops! Shaped like the bumblebees though! Yummy and cute!

  742. Lisa says:

    I can’t wait to try all of the Pop! possibilities!!

  743. Christine says:

    I think the Carrot Cake Ball Pops are interesting! Our family usually makes traditional carrot cakes and cupcakes from scratch. I would never have thought about preparing Carrot Cakes as Pops!

  744. Katie McGowan says:

    I like the sports pops. I have a niece and nephew who play basketball and I make them basketball pops for their teammates at the end of the season. This year I am going to try and write the numbers on the pops. Also, I like to get the kids involved and they just love it!

  745. Kelly Smith says:

    The Butter Pecan pops sound delish! My favorite that I have made are the red velvet pops

  746. Anna Eden says:

    Oh, I love them all, this would be great for an upcoming bridal shower – I’d like to try the red velvet. Hope I win would love all the supplies.

  747. Jessica AK LeBlanc says:

    Tried the Coconut Cream cake balls, they are amazing, my favorite so far. Maybe next time with chocolate chips!!

  748. Laura Kubik says:

    These are so easy and fun to make. It’s hard to stop because the possibilities for these pops are so versatile. I have been making these special pops with the little ones at our church, they love eating them just as much as making them. No matter what the theme may be, there is a pop for that. Wilton rocks, and makes even me, the novice, get profession results, easy peasy, lemon squeezy, that’s what the pops are!

  749. Laura Mares says:

    Just made an adorable Valentine Cookie Bouquet using the Wilton Heart Cookie Pop pan! The heart cavities provide the perfect cookie thickness for the cookie sticks and I didn’t have to worry about the stick going through the cookie! Great product!

  750. The Catered Pallet says:

    They all sound yummy to me, how could i choose?? But if i had to the carrot cake pop sounds delicious…

  751. sandy says:

    Made the bumble bee cake pops they were great and everyone loved them. yummmmmy

  752. candy says:

    i love making the red velvet cake balla but my favorite would be the chocolate malted cake balls. i like to make them in just simple balls with different colors,thats just the way i like them,and my familys always ask for them just like that.yet simple but very nice and tasteful.i would love to have this kit.

  753. crystal allen says:

    The Creamsicle cake pops would be my fave! My kids would love these and so would I!

  754. Chrystal Willmoth says:

    I LOVE the decorations that are available for the fun details on the pops, have pre-made decorations help add the fun of decorating with the kids.

  755. Lizzi Lavolpicella says:

    I’d love to win this kit so much! The book seems pretty neat. Something me and my nephews would enjoying making together.

    Caramel apple cake pops would rock my socks! So many cake pop designs for every party!

  756. MaryJane says:

    The dreamsicle pops are great.

  757. EliNicole says:

    I love love love the brownie pops! Its such a great idea for those who arent too fond of cake but want brownies instead!

  758. Lydia Sestito says:

    I’m addicted to the cake pops! I love them all and everyone around me just can’t wait for me to make more! I want to be more creative and try decorating them the way y’all have in the book! 😉

  759. Shelly the chic crafty chick says:

    I “heart” the mini heart silicone mold.

  760. Kimberly says:

    I would say the creamcicle would be a favorite in the day care. but I would want the red velvet ones.

  761. Bobby Tru says:

    This kit is the a dream. All the recipes seem to be really good. Can’t wait to make the Red Velvet cake pop. Cream cheese on it and it’d be money!

  762. Melissa Estrada says:

    Oh, I love them all! I sure hope I win though so I can make the baby ones for my baby shower! I’m having my first baby in August and I’m so excited. 🙂

  763. Anna Edgell says:

    I love the molds. I used the heart shaped one, it was perfect for Valentine’s Day.

  764. Raquel Reyes says:

    Im amazed at the many different pops and recipes!! 🙂 I saw a coconut ones that looks quite tasty that Id like to try….

  765. Carmen Davila says:

    The different mold available to help accessorize the pops are very helpful! Cant wait to try them.

  766. Steven says:

    The caramel apple pops look scrumptious….

  767. Kristin says:

    I LOVE the S’mores cake pop recipe! It’s deifinitely one I’m going to have to try – and I’ve never really considered pops before. I love the idea of rolling them in the graham crumbs!
    However, I did check out the store, too and I must admit, I am going to have to buy the ABC 123 cookie cutters. My little girl is just about 3 and she loves her letters and numbers (but doesn’t know them yet). 😀 <-me and my Wilton!

  768. Kim Taylor says:

    I love the new pops! The baseball team is my favorite. Perfect for my sons team.

  769. Stephanie says:

    Would love to start making pops! Kids would love them!

  770. Cookie Mamma says:

    Pretty sweet package for anyone to win, I would love it! I’m getting married this summer a very simple only family and a few friends. Not having a party so I’d love to make my guest some wedding party favor cake pops. This kit would help tons!

  771. April says:

    Mmm, peanut butter pops. Sounds like heaven on a stick. I’ll have to try those!

  772. April M. says:

    The chocolate mint crunch balls sound yummy! Nom nom!

  773. Logan says:

    Wife loves making them, this kit would help her out a lot

  774. Anna says:

    Love love love cake pops! I haven’t ventured much further with flavors, just chocolate and vanilla, gonna have to experiment!

  775. Andrea says:

    This kit looks awesome, can’t wait try every single idea!

  776. Maria Gonzalez says:

    I love the Red Velvet cake pops. soo pretty.

  777. Karla says:

    Hi!! I’m so excited to begin with the pops!! I’m already in the cupcakes and I love to do all kind of decorations on it but now I have another challenge with the pops!! I have a 5 year old daughter and in every celebration like valentine’s day, easter, b-day, christmas, halloween, thanksgiving, etc. I bake cupcakes for her to share with her friends at kindergarden!! I think that pops will be a hit for them!! I’ve my hopes up for winning!!

  778. Sue says:

    I love using the molds, so much easier to shape, really helpful with valentine hearts

  779. Floyd says:

    My customers love pops, so easy to make

  780. Sondra says:

    I am such a cupcake fanatic … wanted to branch into fondant, but tasted it for the first time and I found it too sweet (and I am addicted to sugar) … saw these Pops and thought it would be a fantastic spin on my love of making cupcakes for every occasion … I am planning to try making them this weekend for the first time … I need/want all the accessories that are now available … but the first thing I noticed when surfing your Pops store was the Pops display tray … simple, but theses creations will need a place other than a styrofoam block to be displayed … you have thought of everything!! The contest win would be amazing to get me started on this new adventure … hoping to master them and create something unique for my daughter’s 4th birthday in May!!!

  781. Justine says:

    The coconut cream looks amazing! Definitely have to try them!

  782. Jamie says:

    The peanut butter cup cake ball pops sound yummy! Everyone in our house loves peanut butter cups, so I think we’ll be trying this recipe sometime this week.

  783. Brad says:

    I think my wife and I are going to try out the heart shaped pops with Valentines Day coming up!

  784. Eileen says:

    My kids are drooling for the smores pops!

  785. Therese says:

    I can’t wait to make the chocolate chip ones in the dinosaur shape for my son’s first birthday party!

  786. Bryan says:

    The butter pecan ones sound really good! So do the red velvet and s’more ones though… I am definitely going to have to give these a try for Valentine’s Day!

  787. Maria says:

    I have been wanting to try cake pops…sounds like fun! Maybe for Valentine’s day for my son’s school party! Hmmm…

  788. Darcy Mitchell says:

    I can’t wait to make some more of these. I had issues with the stick coming out so want to nail that down. Better go read some more how to tutorials!!

  789. I think the pirate heads with the little bandanas and eye patches would be fun to make for a birthday party.

  790. I haven’t tried them yet, but peanut butter cup cake ball pops sound yummy!

  791. Judi Adelman says:

    I love all the ways you can display them what a fun way for a kids party Love the stand and the boxes…

  792. Stephanie says:

    The heart shaped cake pops would be great for my son’s preschool class Valentine party!

  793. I think your Peanut Butter Cupcake Pop sounds so good. I would love to win this kit. It would come in handy for my daughter’s first birthday as well as other events coming up.

  794. donna takakuwa says:

    I love your cookie pops! Adorable.

  795. Doreen Chambers says:

    I like the pops decorating stand and the pops display stand. My imagination has gone wild since the book came out. Making more pops tomorrow.

  796. Elaine Raver says:

    The carmel apple pops are amazing, I also really ove the cookie dough recipe! I have only just started to work with pops bt they are fun and fairly simple and perfect for so many occasions! I cant wait until i have another event to try a new recipe and design!

  797. Taryn says:

    Almond Crunch, Chocolate Chip, Creamsicle…they all sound delicious! I love the flavor combinations. yum!

  798. Candace says:

    After looking at some of the options on the Pops page, I’d love to experiment with a s’mores variety, and a rainbow cake set. How fun would that be?

  799. Nancy says:

    I am very excited to try to make my first pops! I think Pops! Sweets on a Stick book looks like a whole lot of fun waiting to happen. These could be so much more fun than decorating cupcakes!

  800. Susan Hunter says:

    Just recieved my POPS book and was talking about all the cute ideas and recipes at the local small town cafe, when suddenly a POPS togetherness party was planned! About 4-6 of us are getting together at my house to try your basics and then “party-on” with our own experiments. Come on join us! It should be great fun!!!

  801. Ragnhild says:

    poppety poppety pop, they look so fun and cute, nice to see and sweet to eat 🙂

  802. deLIZiosa says:

    This kit is delicious, I want to try all the recipes now YummO! Love Wilton and it’s products!

  803. Tara says:

    i cant wait to start making Pops!!

  804. Angela says:

    I like the star pops pan – but I’ve made those before. They were the fairy princess wands for the kids to take home that mateched our fairy princess wand cake for my daughters Abby Cadabby party.


  805. tati says:

    I like the Decorating things, esp. the special rolling pin and the gum/paste tool kit!

  806. Judy R says:

    I love the “pop” boxes. I finally have something to transport my “pops” in.

  807. Brooke says:

    This is the first time I have seen these and I can’t wait to make them!! I just hope I can wait till my kids get home from school today so they can help too. Thanks for the new idea!

  808. Sally Miner says:

    I love the ideas in the Pops book. I have another cookbook of cake pops that are cute but nearly as cute as the ones in THIS book. I can’t wait for a chance to make these up for my staff.

  809. simplydab says:

    LOVED creamsicles as a kid – I’ll have to try this one. http://www.wilton.com/recipe/Creamsicle-Cake-Ball-Pops

  810. Jackie Dryden says:

    I love the pops stand. What a great way to really “stand them up” and show them off!

  811. Suzanne says:

    The caramel apple cake ball pops sounds like something I need to try.

  812. Summer says:

    I would really love to win this and try my hand at “pop”-ing. Out of all that you have, I think the pop stand to help with decorating would be what I would need most for these fun projects!

  813. Andrea says:

    I made Pops for the first time last night & my kids LOVED them. What a great little treat! The designs and flavors are endless. I cant wait to go buy the Pops book. Look out cupcakes theres a new treat in town!

  814. erica says:

    I think the POPS book would be absolutely wonderful to have. I always like doing different things for different holidays for friends and family. POPS would be perfect and a great way to show everyone that I care.


  815. Jodie says:

    I can’t wait to get the pops book. The preview on the site looks like fun!

  816. Aimee Walker says:

    I cant wait to try the chocolate peanut butter cake pops.

  817. Trooppetrie says:

    I would say the store because just looking at all that inspires me to create more

  818. The Pops Doilies are too cute!

  819. Valerie Arnold says:

    I love the Blossom Brownie Pops 6-Cavity Silicone Mold. I think a brownie boquet would make great gifts for teachers, grandmas, and bake sales. I think all the Wilton Pops are adorable and would help to make baking fun as well as giving baked gifts a totally different spin.

  820. Gretta says:

    The 10 piece Fondant/Gum Paste tool set would be a great addition to my cake pops supplies because it gives me all the tools I need and a convenient carry case to hold them.

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  821. Barbara says:

    I LOVE the Pops stand!

  822. anne says:

    i used the new candy eyeballs last night on my cake pops- they are FANTASTIC!! keep bringing on the great new sprinkles!!

  823. Cindy says:

    I love all of them. I love the fact that you are limited by your own imagination and even then, you can come here for more ideas! All so wonderful!

  824. Amber says:

    The vanilla sugar cookie pops receipe sounds delicious. I love making sugar cookies around christmas time with my daughter, and this will be something new and fun we can try together.

  825. Juan says:

    I just bought the Pops Book, love all ideas and how to’s, can’t wait to try them.

  826. Jenny says:

    I love POPS I am in a small town and no bakery so I decided to try this myself for a halloween party, need less to say they were a HIT. I have been asked and asked to make them for parties for others but I have been so limited this would be a Wonderful opportunity for me. I Love wilton and have already started my 4yr old twins in the WILTON world They love to help BAKE!!!! Thank you Wilton for all the ideas !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  827. Owen's Mom says:

    I would love to try your Caramel Apple Cake Pop recipe. Um… Yummy!

  828. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I’m a Fan of anything CHOCOLATE! I’d like to try the Chocolate Chip Cake Ball Recipe!

  829. Tabitha M says:

    I would love to have the cake Pops book!! I can’t wait to get it.. I’ll be in the kitchen all day!!

  830. Katie Ukena says:

    I think everything looks wonderful! Pick me! 🙂

  831. Krystal says:

    The popcorn treat boxes are so cute… and very versatile!

  832. The candy eye balls are my FAVORITE! Love those and the kids are always looking for fun ways to make eyes. But the recipe book is really the essential item here. It looks very colorful and full of fabulous examples for the kids to follow.

  833. Jennifer C. says:

    My favorite recipe is the Almond Crunch Cake Ball…only because I love almonds.

  834. Jaclyn S. says:

    The pops book looks great, lots of ideas!

  835. Michelle G. says:

    I’d love to make the heart pops for my boys’ Valentines’ Day class parties.

  836. Lisa says:

    I love making cake pops! Saw the new book at the store – would love to win!

  837. Lisa says:

    I love the pirate and princess pops.

  838. Kristin madsen says:

    these are so cute, i keep looking at the different options, super cute, Wilton products are great!

  839. Lisa Deniz says:

    OMG! I’m in love with the Pops Doilies!!! So cute! Can’t wait to go out and buy some…so many ideas going through my head right now!!! Love it!

  840. Holly says:

    I think the Just Smile daisy pops with the smiley face are awesome!!! They can be made for a special treat for school or just to say thanks, thinking of you, or anything. I can change the colors for boys or girls. I am adding these to my collection.

  841. Faither says:

    My grandson loved the first cake pops I made. Can’t wait to get the Wilton Book and see what ideas are in it. I would love to have the entire kit.

  842. Faith says:

    Can’t wait to see all of the new ideas and try them. Love the cake pop idea.

  843. Rhiannon says:

    From the sites you suggested to look, I’d love to have all the products – but think the new Pops book would be the best start 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway!

  844. Faith says:

    Love the cake pops. Excited about the new book.

  845. Lisa says:

    I love everything Wilton!! The products are wonderful and the recipes / ideas are amazing! 🙂 Can’t wait to try Pops! out with my kids!

  846. Vicki Gerloff says:

    I love the idea of cake pops, being a grandmother I can see these being a favorite at any gathering!!!!!! I very excited and cant wait to get the pops book.

  847. DM Bellamy says:

    I cannot wait to try the Smores recipe!!! Thx~

  848. Amy says:

    The Wilton melter looks awesome! I would love to win this gift set…it is amazing…can’t wait to start makig all these awesome pops….you are only limited by your imagination!!

  849. Tara says:

    I LOVE WILTON!! They are awesome in the world of cakes and candy! I love the new cake pop sprinkles…I love trying all different flavor cakes…I want to make some of the heart cakepops for Valentine’s!!

  850. Terra says:

    Cakepops are the new up and coming dessert and party treat. They have so many different varieties and Wilton has great ideas…I love the new Cakepop book and look forward to trying a bunch of the ideas…they are yummy!!

  851. Aimee says:

    I love being the favorite Aunt to my nieces and nephew…I plan to have a sleep over for Valentine’s weekend and hopefully with this gift set and make some of these delicious cakepops with them…they would absolutely love the cakepops..pick me…pick me!!!

  852. Ann says:

    All the recipes sound great! I can’t wait to try them all (except the peanut butter – I don’t like that). I think all the decorations are great, but my favorite is the little candy eyes.

  853. Mary says:

    I am a grandmother of 3 and these would be the best interactive activity to do with my grandchildren…they love cake bites…so making the cakepops would be awesome…I love all the new quins and sprinkes and wrappers for the cake pops….they would LOVE to make the little creature cakepops! Wilton comes up with the greatest ideas and the best selection of items to make all these delicious cakepops, cookie pops and brownie pops…..can’t wait to get some of this stuff…please pock me and make me the most popular Grandmother ever!!

  854. Leanne says:

    I want to make those awesome brownie pops…they are so yummy!! Wilton you come up with the most delicious ideas for party favors…I would be so excited to win this set….my Birthday was just a few weeks ago and this would be the greatest Birthday gift ever!!!

  855. Katrina says:

    The Triple Chocolate Strawberry Cake Ball Pops sound really good! Would love to win this giveaway!

  856. April Taylor-Matthews says:

    I can’t wait to get the new Pops Book to see all the other fun pops ideas. Hoping to win…like the rest of you 😉

  857. Stacy says:

    I love cake pops!! What a great way to put a spin on cake and parties!! My little boys love them and I can’t wait for our next birthday. I would love to have the kit so I can further my pop decorating!! Thanks Wilton!!! You’re the best!!

  858. Denise Kline says:

    I would love to try this!

  859. I want to try the chocolate malted cake ball pops! Looks yummy

  860. Doreen Chambers says:

    I plan on keeping some smiley face pops around, so I can give them to people who need some quick cheering up.

  861. I think the baby pops will be a fun at a baby shower. So creative

  862. Colby says:

    These look so fun and so cute! I am always looking for new ideas to do every month for my 4-year-old’s snack day at preschool. These look like they would be a hit not only with the kids but with the teachers, too. I’m already getting ideas and cannot wait to try them out on my family “guinea pigs”. 🙂

  863. Maria Gonzalez says:

    My kids have already picked out the theme for their birthdays. They all want cake pops.

  864. TerriAnn says:

    I think the Pops Flower Pot Kit would make the sweetest display!

  865. Valerie C. says:

    I’d love to make “Coconut Cream Cake Ball Pops”. They sound soooo good 🙂 Thanks!

  866. Bridget says:

    They are all so cute! I can’t wait to try the brownie pops.

  867. Raquel Reyes says:

    I so want this pops book!!

  868. Chelsey says:

    I’d love to try to decorate with the cake sparkles™.

  869. Carmen Davila says:

    Brownie… on a stick? YUM!! Need I say more??

  870. Steven says:

    We plan to make smiliey cake pops for my sons graduation!

  871. Boston says:

    My favorite? All of them!

  872. Kristin Nicole says:

    My favorite is the smiley face pops!!!!!!!!!!!

  873. Stephanie M says:

    I think everything looks fabulous but I would love to try the chocolate malted cake ball pops!!

  874. Lani says:

    Omg the Vickie cream pops are my fav!!! I have tried towhees coconut and unsweetened and I found a mix of the two is perfect! Thank you Wilton for the recipes and also for something to do with the leftover cake after I even it out. Although reading the Wilton site I have learned so many yechniques my cakes have been coming out fabulous!! Wilton should have a show to showcase the wide variety of themes and great ideas!!

  875. Ron Amundson says:

    You want a favorite out of all those… egads, thats near impossible to pick 1 out of all the others. That being said… peanut butter cup cake ball pops struck me eye first tonight.

  876. Hannah says:

    I love the wilton melter! I love making cake pops.. so many different types to make and a melter would def help! 😛

  877. Emma says:

    My boys and I love making cake pops. They like any flavor as long as they get to put sprinkles on them…and some in their mouth while mom looks away

  878. Christine Brown says:

    The caramel apple pops sound delicious!

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  880. Felicia says:

    The Peanut Butter Cup Cake Ball Pops sound delicious.

  881. Tena Eddy says:

    Can’t wait to try the Pops!! Great Valentine’s Idea!!

  882. Rebecca S says:

    The red velvet pops would be my fav!

  883. Cynthia Bryden says:

    I love the pops presentations that I will be able to use. Can’t wait to start on making them.

  884. Lauren says:

    I love cake balls, can’t wait to make the brownie balls.

  885. Valarie says:

    I LOVE Cake Pops!!! Can’t wait to try some of these ideas!!!

  886. Erin says:

    I’ve been making cake pops for a while now and I’m very excited about the Wilton cake pop decorating sets. Its nice not to have to buy extra candy that you may not need! Whoo hoo 😀

  887. FoodieJudi says:

    I just got hired for a Southern theme baby shower and what do you think they want RED VELVET The red velvet pops would make for a great party favor decorated in pink and using doilies for ruffles

  888. Leah Rosenbaum says:

    chocolate malted cake ball pops sound delicious,.

  889. Missi says:

    I’ve made a few cookie suckers before, but I am looking forward to start making cake pops. I’ve always had left over cake from leveling my cakes off, now I know what to do with the left over pieces… CAKE POPS!

  890. Shawntel says:

    I am so in love with the Popcorn pops. The cute box. The design. I can’t think of a single party where these wouldn’t be fabulous!!!!

  891. Lora Frisbie says:

    I LOVE the red velvet cake Pop recipe. I made these as a treat for the teachers at my school. They didn’t even make it to lunch break. Thank you for the great idea- I love spoiling such hard working and fantastic people. Your recipes and ideas make it easy!

  892. Erica says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on the pops book! I can only image the hours I can put into just reading it! The melter would be the next addition….

  893. Have not had them yet but i do LOVE to bake and would really like to win so i have the tools to make these, they look awesome and would go over well at the parties i cook for.

  894. Amber Joy says:

    I’ve made a few cake pops and my kids love them. My soon-to-be 5 yr old wanted me to make cake pops for her birthday next month. She would be gaga over the book and the chocolate mint crunch cake balls sound so good that I’m gonna have to make those just to make. I would love to have each and every one of the cake products you have!

  895. Sandra says:

    This would be awesome to try. thanks for the chanse.

  896. Kimberly says:

    All of the cake pop recipes look great! I will be trying the S’mores one this weekend!

  897. Donna Armstrong says:

    Yum. The smores sound delicious

  898. Megan says:

    I love all the different ideas and things you can do with cake pops (now pick me!!!)

  899. Rachel says:

    The s’mores recipe looks delicious and super easy!!

  900. LISA Stebbins says:

    Love those Cake Pops!!!

  901. Mika Adams says:

    I love the cake balls that look like cupcakes and the cake…and the fishbowl is an awesome idea! I’m going to have to try these in red velvet with cream cheese…and then maybe oreo balls, too! This is an awesome idea!

  902. Darcy says:

    I love the “Top to Bottom Fun Cookies”!!! I am currently pregnant and these will be a must have for my baby shower!!!

  903. Jennifer Wallace says:

    I like the heart mold where there are small hearts in a line. I could see lots of Valentine’s Day treats in my mind with that one.

  904. Rachel says:

    I would love to try the different cake ball pops! Especially the creamsicle ones. My 4 year old son and 8 year old nephew love trying new things out for me 🙂

  905. Maria says:

    ready to try those SMORE’S pops! They sound super yummy!

  906. Tiffany Brown says:

    I really like the basic cake ball pops, I love the tried and true 😀 But their are some others I would love to try LOL

  907. Deanna Miura says:

    This are a really good product! I’ve just got to master this thing first! Thanks for sharing.

  908. Elidet says:

    so hard to pick just one but the creamsicle cake ball pops recipe is my favorite! reminds me of 50/50 bars from my youth!!!

    i love wilton!

  909. April A. says:

    I would LOVE the Pops! Sweets on a Stick!!!

  910. Shannon Ruiz says:

    It’s so hard to choose just one pop to be my favorite. I have tried numerous. All w/great sucess. All of the instructions have been super easy to follow. Keep the great ideas coming!

  911. Rebekah Altman says:

    I really like the cake balls that look like cupcakes. I like them all and enjoy making them

  912. Alicia Gill says:

    I love making these, especially for wedding showers. The treat boxes that you can buy for them do come in handy. My favorite recipe is just for the basic treat pops because you can start with something simple and make it extraordinary!

  913. Erin Schenke says:

    Red Velvet all the way!!!