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Cake Pop Advocate Explains Why The Trendy Confection Is Superior To Bake Pops

August 1, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Among the important things the world needs to know is the difference between a cake pop and a bake pop, according to baker Jennifer Cucci. Though both are based on cake, they are very different. Each has its advocates battling it out on online discussion forums, Facebook and blogs. The original and phenomenally popular cake pops are made from crumbled cake mixed with frosting, dipped in candy coating, and skewered on a stick. Bake pops are machine-made spherical cakes-on-a-stick dipped in chocolate. According to Cucci, each version has a place in the market, but bake pops, lacking the frosting mixture in the middle, “are much more airy and dry,” unlike the “moist and gooey center” of the “superior” cake pop.
"Cake Pop Expert Reveals the Truth About Two Trendy Treats", News release,Heavenly Cake Pops, August 01, 2013, © Heavenly Cake Pops
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