With today being a National Holiday, the girls were home from school and of course “starving to death” as soon as they opened their eyes. Determined to give them something yummy and filling – and relatively quick since it is not a holiday for *me* – I grabbed my Babycakes Cake Pop Maker and headed for the cabinet. I remembered getting a box of Betty Crocker Cinnamon Streusel Muffin Mix for Christmas… surely they can be Muffin Pops…. right?!
I mixed the Cinnamon Streusel just exactly how the box instructs – adding milk, eggs, and oil. For the first batch I sprinkled the streusel on the top once the batter was put into the Babycakes Cake Pop Maker…. but it was a futile effort that really made no difference.
Once they cooked up the “crumbly” part was gone, so I just mixed the streusel in with the rest of the batter for the remaining muffin pops. That worked much better. Make sure you spray cooking spray on your Babycakes Cake Pop Maker though – the first batch stuck a little more than normal cake batter normally does.
I cooked the pops for about 3 and a half minutes and they came out perfectly. The box made exactly 48 muffin pops – which were almost all quickly gobbled up before they even had a chance to cool. Yet again, thanks to my Babycakes Cake Pop Maker I was able to make the girls a yummy breakfast in just a few minutes flat.