Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Babycakes experiment #1: Jumbo Eggettes!

The real reason that motivated me to go to Bed Bath & Beyond and pick up a Babycakes cake pop maker was because i was hoping i could make other things with it besides cake pops. i was thinking of takoyaki, mini croquettes, meatballs, pancake poppers, and other things that would make me feel like buying a cake pop maker would be worth spending the money.

A couple days ago, i was looking for recipes that uses evaporated milk because i bought it a couple days ago, and, no matter how hard i try, i can't remember why i bought it...i know it was for a specific recipe but i totally forgot which recipe it was for...

but anyway, a recipe for eggettes popped up on google images, but i was sad that i didn't have a fancy egg waffle mold, which is soo expensive city. but then i was thinking, holy smokes, my cake pop maker!!!

i used this recipe, which uses less sugar than the original recipe, which i disagree with. i knoow... the first recipe calls for 1/2 cup sugar, which is alot, but it wasn't sweet enough like the eggettes i've had back home. so the next time i make this, i think i'll add about 3/4 cup, maybe a little less than 3/4 cup. 

anyway! this recipe is SUPER easy!! and if you don't have an egg waffle mold or a cake pop maker, you can probably bake it in the oven with a mini muffin pan or something...maybe...at 300 degrees for 10 min-12 min or until golden brown? 

all you need to do is...

add 1/2 cup all purpose flour, 1/2 teaspoon baking powder, and 1/2 teaspoon tapioca (or potato) starch into a bowl and whisk it around to combine...

add an egg...

 add some sugar...

some vegetable oil...

vanilla extract...

and then mix that all up until it's a uniformed mixture like this.

then dump in the oil and evaporated milk... and mix! thaat's pretty much it. :)

 i poured the batter onto the middle of the cake pop maker and helped it spread to the ends with my spatula. then i let it cook for 5-6 minutes. 

 mmm so soft and yummy :) 

1/2 cup all purpose flour 
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon tapioca (potato) starch
1 large egg
3/4 cup sugar 
1/2 tablespoon vegetable oil
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon evaporated milk
1.5 oz. (3 tablespoons) water


  1. now i want a cake pop maker!!

  2. did you try meatballs yet? if so let me know i want to do it.

  3. hello ! dont know whether you will get notification to this but i hope you do ! really want to try making this ! i love egglets!!<3 how do you spread it to the end with spatula? do the holes have to be filled with batter or fine as long there is some batter in it? if yes how full should i fill it? hope to hear from you soon ! x

    1. Hi! I just got this message!

      It was awhile since I made this, but I'm mostly sure that I just poured the batter down the middle and made sure the holes were filled and that the surface of the cake pop maker was covered with a layer of batter without it overflowing onto the sides.

      I found this video on youtube that I think will really help! She makes them in a cake pop maker as well. Not sure what she's saying in the video, but it helps to just watch!

      I hope you get this notification too and thank you so much for commenting! :)