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Cake Pop Tin
Cake Pop Tin
2.2 stars out of 5 based on 51 reviews.

£9.99

The Cake Pop Tin product has been discontinued.

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Cake Pops Disaster!by Mrs Turner

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I recently spent almost £50 on the equipment necessary to make Cake Pops for my grandson's birthday. They were a complete disaster! I contacted Lakeland, who kindly sent some Cake Release to see if that would help.There was only a marginal difference between Cake Release and a margarine spray that I used originally.Unfortunately, after 2 attempts, I stand by my original comments - that these goods were a complete waste of money and of my time and energy!I am grateful for the help that you gave, but think at this stage that I would prefer a refund for the money I paid out. Many thanks

Published 25 06 2014

A note from the team: Thank you for your review. We're sorry the Cake Release hasn't helped and we'll be in touch shortly.

Not so pop-tasticby Kate

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I have never reviewed purchased items before now, but felt I had to with this. Was very excited to try this item, but was completely let down by it. Followed the fudge recipe and instructions on the packaging to the letter. The mixture erupted through the little holes and the cake pops came apart when opening the tins as they had stuck fast to the tin even though I greased the tin thoroughly. Second attempt, same result. Very disappointed with this item and more so with the wasted money on the tin and the ingredients. Wish I'd read the reviews first.

Published 03 03 2014

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disappointedby Valerie

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I am an avid lakeland customer, but I'm afraid you got it wrong with this one. I used my own sponge recipe initially, but, despite good greasing, they stuck horribly. I then tried the recipe on the box it came in, with the same results. This product simply doesn't work. A waste of money. Wish I'd bought the electronic one instead. I have given one star as there isn't an option for zero. I will continue to use lakeland as I think this is just a blip of theirs.

Published 22 02 2014

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why is this product still on the shelf?by Mrs Smith

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

My 10 year old loves baking and highlight of our recent trip to Edinburgh was a trip to Lakeland to spend the last of her Christmas money. So disappointing now to read the reviews and of your decision not to restock! Why is this still on sale with so many bad reviews!

Published 21 02 2014

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No so Cake Pop Tastic!by Louise

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

When i saw this product, i immediately thought, GREAT!! Making the pops were fine, adding the mixture and following the instructions were fine until it came to getting the thing out of the oven. Its very hard to take the lid off the pops, persuasion, butter knife and swearing did the trick. Then after, greasing and flouring the tin, getting the pops out was another thing. They don't come out with ease. I have ruined my tin as i had to use a butter knife to ease them out, some looking disfigured. Thank goodness for copious amounts of chocolate on top. Sorry Lakeland, 1 star!!

Published 14 02 2014

A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. We're sorry you've had difficulties with the tin. We are please that you've been in touch with our customer service team and you're going to try some of the cake release [ ref 4198 ] please let us know how you get on.

very disappointedby Mrs Doherty

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I was very disappointed with this product bought it as a last minute idea for my children to take family christmas presents but attempted to make these on many occasions and every time they got stuck we tried many different idea to grease it and to pop grease proof paper in but still every time they got stuck not happy we have purchased silicone cake pop mould this was cheaper and a gives great result

Published 10 02 2014

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Do not buyby Mrs Weller

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

Please do not buy this cake pop tin, it's terrible. I've tried two batches of pop using the recipe that came with it and both times they have stuck terribly despite me buttering the tin throughly the first time and oiling the tin throughly the second time in an attempt to get the pops out. No matter what you do, esp from reading the other reviews (I so wish I did before hand), they will not come out like the picture. So disappointed as I love everything I buy from Lakeland.

Published 16 01 2014

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awful itemby emma

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I recommend that you do not buy this item. It is really awful, I have tried various different recipes and they always stick, I cannot get them out, without them falling to bits. I gave to say this is the worst item I gave brought from Lakeland

Published 14 01 2014

A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to give us your feedback. I'm sorry that you'd had a problem with the cake s sticking, I'll be in touch shortly to help.

Waste of timeby Amy

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

Tried the recipe suggested a few times, first time only got 2 whole cake pops out and next time with more greasing and flour managed to get maybe 5 out!!! The ones i did get out weren't smooth like they should be and as soon as dipped in chocolate were too heavy for the sticks and just slid down!!! What a waste of time and money!

Published 08 01 2014

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Great idea but what a disappointment!by Alison

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

My Mum bought the tin for my niece but we gave it a go first, which was a good job. Using the recipe on the tin and greasing the tin as suggested with butter and flour, 1st try all bar a couple of the cake pops came out whole despite trying to use a spatula to get them out. 2nd try; used more butter and a lot more flour when greasing the tin, approx. 8 pops came out whole. The next problem incurred, the cake is too heavy for the lollipop stick so the cake slid down the stick. 3rd try same issues as 2nd try therefore have given up as it's too much hard work for a disappointing result.

Published 29 11 2013

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Complete disasterby Sue

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I bought this product yesterday and wanted to get the silicone cake pop molds but my local shop didn't have them. I needed the molds for today so decided to chance the more expensive tin. WHAT A COMPLETE WASTE OF MY MONEY, TIME AND SANITY! It doesn't seem to matter how well you prepare this tin, or leave the pops to cool, the cooked product sticks like the proverbial to the proverbial blanket. My Halloween tea is now devoid of eye ball cake pops. Not impressed. :-(

Published 05 11 2013

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Disasterby Colleen

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I bought the tin after reading all the reviews as at £17.99 I thought it a little expensive. I bought the cake release liquid and carefully greased all the tin. I left them in the tin to cool, as someone else had suggested. Hopeless, they all stuck. I was particularly disappointed as I'd bought the sticks and wrappers to take them to a dinner party tonight! I'd even wasted expensive chocolate in the cake mixture. Very annoyed with myself as I usually read the reviews carefully and as there were a few negative ones I shouldn't have wasted my money, time and effort.

Published 12 10 2013

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awful, just awfulby Stephanie

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I really didn't get on with this product at all, spent a fortune at Lakeland buying all the stuff, bags, sticks, ingredients, tin etc etc it stuck fast to the tin even with all the non-stick techniques and also you can't see when they are cooked to therefore don't, know if you are opening them to early. To be fair I haven't contacted Lakeland to enable them to rectify the problem, I just put it down to experience, happy popping x

Published 12 09 2013

A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. We're sorry for the disappointment and will be in touch shortly.Another customer has commented: I use cake release then flour on both pans, fill the pan until each semi circle is full, put it in a fan oven at around 170 degrees celsius and bake for 15 mins. I then take out the pan, which may have mix that's escaped at the top, leave it to cool for 10-15 mins, undo the top pan, remove it, then use a spatula to gently nudge each cake pop out.

What a disaster!by Tracy

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I bought this tin without reading the reviews, and now I wish I had read them! A disaster from start to finish. Took 3 attempts to work out how much mixture to use to achieve the round shape. Once round shape achieved only half the cakes could be used as rest had stuck too much to the tin. Will not use this tin again as far too much effort for the results I got. If you want more than 12 cakes it will take forever, as each time you have to allow the tin to fully cool before taking cooked ones out. Ended up with oven on all afternoon. V poor value.

Published 03 09 2013

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Waste of money and timeby Niamh

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I'm compelled to review this as the experience turned out so bad when using it. I followed the recipe & instructions for the choc fudge pops that came with it. First time I used butter to grease the tin and self raising flour (flour is unspecified on the recipe) & the whole mixture exploded out of the holes at the top of the tin, leaving me with an incredible mess in the oven & just splatters of mixture inside the tin (no cake pops). Second time I used cake release and plain flour & waited for them to cool, but they stuck to the tin (no cake pops). So much money wasted on this

Published 09 08 2013

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Cake blobsby Mary

2 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

Was very excited when I bought this and thought it would be more fun than the machine but am very disappointed and wish I had gone for the machine. The first time I used it the beige inside turned brown and ever since then the cake pops have got stuck. I grease them really well each time but it makes no difference.

Published 01 08 2013

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Great invention. Please can I have a larger one!by Miss Clarke

5 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I love this cake pop tin! I've used it several times after my partner bought it for me as a gift and I can't live without it. I use cake recipes that result in moist cakes, use cake release then flour on both pans, fill the pan until each semi circle is full, put it in a fan oven at around 170 degrees celcius and bake for 15 mins. I then take out the pan, which may have mix that's escaped at the top, leave it to cool for 10-15 mins, undo the top pan, remove it, then use a spatula to gently nudge each cake pop out. I do it every time and have no problems. Would love a 24 pop version..

Published 30 07 2013

disappointingby Mrs Hughes

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I had the same problem as other users. The mixture stuck to the tins and it was cake flops rather than cake pops. Very disappointed as normally Lakeland utensils do as they're described

Published 09 07 2013

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Disaster Popsby Jane Jones

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

Having followed instructions to overfill the tin base slightly, the mixture erupted through the hole in the tin top and the volcanic cake mixture crusted like lava around the outside. Opening thee two halves of the tin was like trying to prise a crocodiles jaws apart. Cakes were so firmly stuck to both halves they ended up in the bin. Second attempt I greased both halves with came release. Only slight volcanic activity this time, but pips were stuck fast. A complete disaster. Mixture treated quite nice though. Definitely ovrrated product! Second attempt I used cake release,

Published 01 07 2013

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Note to self - cake pops are a stupid waste of timeby Sarah Tunkel

1 stars out of 5

Cake Pop Tin

I've had this tin for about six months now and it's been a dead loss. The first batch of cake pops I made were a great success - clearly just beginner's luck. Every attempt since then, sticking rigidly to exactly the same instructions has been a disaster of one type or another. Squashed or scorched, and mostly stuck to the pan... Loads of wasted time and ingredients. I'll stick to cake decorating in future. Who needs stupid cake pops anyway?! Makes me think that this expensive pan loses its non-stick qualities after the first use. Would give it no stars if I could.

Published 24 06 2013

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