Blueberry Muffin Cake Pops

The closer we get to school starting, the more I am testing out my Baby Cakes Cake Pop Maker to see what kind of amazing FRESH breakfast goodies I can prepare in just 4 minutes flat!  (I have mentioned I love this machine, right?!)

This week I put it to the test with one of my all time favorites – BLUEBERRY MUFFINS!

Because of the little “blueberry bits” in the Martha White Blueberry Muffin mix, I was worried I was going to end up with “crunchy” muffin pops.  So the first thing I did was crush all of the little “blueberries” into the batter to make it as smooth as possible.  This would prove to be futile later but it did make for some pretty purpley-blue batter!

I loaded my Baby Cakes Cake Pop Maker just like every other time – filling each little “hole” to just under the rim.  As you can see, by the time I snatched up the camera, my little muffins had already begun to rise.  That’s ok though, as they turned out perfect anyway!

I cooked my Blueberry Muffin Cake Pops for about three minutes – fearful they were going to burn. And though it looked great on the outside in three minutes, the inside told a different story.

I left the rest of them in for another minute or so, and they turned out absolutely perfect!

The only downfall to making Blueberry Muffin Cake Pops… they are very hard to BUTTER!  :)  I don’t know if there is a way to mix butter into the batter… but you know I am going to try it!

These turned out so well, I am certain that this will be a common breakfast here at the Moscato Household.   Every single one of these little pops – the mix makes about 30 – were gobbled up before they even had a chance to get cool.  Both girls – and the Hubbly – just loved them.   And I admit, I even had a few of my own.

Just make this #3,482 reason I believe EVERYONE needs a Baby Cakes Cake Pop Maker….


  1. Kathryn Killough says

    Girlfriend you have gone crazy with this thing!! So much so that I HAVE to have one!!! Going to order it this next week. So we can try new things together. I love experimenting in the kitchen, so this will be FUN!!!!
    Love ya girl! Come to Texas so we can go have QUESO!!!

  2. tstreet says

    How about using the injector that comes with the machine to inject each cooked muffin with a little bit of softened butter or margarine? Seems like that should work and would be ideal… buttered inside and a crispy, non-messy outside!

  3. Beth says

    Thanks for the advice. I looked up to see if this could be done and there was your experiment. I have a mix and the cake pop. Let you know how it works.

    • admin says

      We have done this a bunch of times since. In fact I have made several different muffin mixes – banana nut, poppyseed, etc. They all have turned out great! Good luck with it! :)

  4. holli says

    You read my mind…I love my baby cake maker….I want to make blueberry and bacon cake pops….and this article is s great starting point! You rock!

  5. Laura says

    So. I used the injector and did blueberry muffins with blueberry filling. Of course, too blueberry. Next time I used half the filling in the shooter and they came out great. I am toying with regular jiffy mix muffin batter and inject the blueberry filling/ apple filling/ ect.

  6. says

    I got all the babycakes makers for Christmas and, like you, am completely addicted!! I also got a few of the babycakes books too. Amazing. This past weekend I chopped some fresh apples and made cinnamon sugar apple pie doughnuts. So glad I found your blog via Pinterest and all the lovely babycakes recipes!

    • Lynsey says

      Hey Valerie! Thanks for stopping by! Ohhhh fresh apple cinnamon donuts sound AMAZING! I will have to try to make them!

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