Pink Lemonade Cake Pops

Cake pops.  My daughter reminded me that I had done cake pops before (here) and that I needed to do something different.  But I couldn’t resist –  I’ve found something really wonderful that I just couldn’t wait to tell you about…Pillsbury Pink Lemonade Cake Mix!

I really couldn’t wait because I’m very afraid that this is one of those seasonal things that may not be around for long and these are so yummy and make into such scrumptious cake pops with just the right tang to them.  I felt the need to tell you to be on the look-out for Pillsbury Pink Lemonade Cake Mix and Frosting!  I found mine at Von’s in University City/San Diego, and I bought a few to have on hand for the summer activities that are coming up.  I mean, what goes better with summertime than pink lemonade?

Yep…that’s a bite out of the cake pop.  I certainly didn’t have any problem getting Mike to take a bite out of one, as long as he got to finish it when I was done taking pictures.  Keep your eye out for Pillsbury Pink Lemonade Cake Mix and Frosting – delicious!  Just in case you were wondering – no.  Pillsbury did not pay me to rave about this new flavor.  I really like it that much!

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3 Responses to Pink Lemonade Cake Pops

  1. […] was looking for ideas on what to do with all this cake mix and I came across this super cute Pink Lemonade Cake Pops Recipe!  Who doesn’t love eating cake pops?  Everything tastes better on a stick, […]

  2. Mkala Taylor says:

    I just found the box of pink lemonade, key lime and orangesicle at Target. But it’s cake mix. How do I turn them into cake pops??? Yours looks so good

    • Helen says:

      This is an easy one. There was a link in the post, but here it is again: I used Pink Lemonade Frosting with the Pink Lemonade cake mix. If you want, you can add a drop or two pink food coloring. The only thing that I have changed is that I don’t ever use almond bark as I don’t consider it reliable any more. Use a good quality dipping chocolate (I use Guittard A’Peels). The Wilton brand can be okay if they are super fresh, but if they are older, they will not melt and that can be really frustrating when you are at the dipping stage. Good luck…these are one of my favorite flavors! Helen P.S…I’ve tried the Orange, too and it’s yummy!

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