New Products from Wilton & Strawberry Shortcake Treat Pops

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*As a Wilton Mom Brand Ambassador I received products to try out.

Treat Pops have become my most recent baking obsession. They take the fun of old push-up style pops and become fun and colorful ways to make a cupcake on a stick. So far I’ve used them to make sweet Valentine’s Day treat pops and transformed them into a mess-free banana cream pie cake treat pops. I even experimented with an Oreo Fudge Crunch treat pop and while it tasted really good, it just wasn’t pretty. That’s one I’m gonna keep working on.

Until then, I wanted to share a few of the recently released products from Wilton many of which are perfect for making treat pops.

Wilton Treat Pops Products

Perfect Fill Batter Dispenser

This was the product I was most excited about but least impressed with. It really breaks my heart because I was envisioning never having batter stuck to my counters or spilled on my baking sheets ever again. It’s designed like a decorating tip so that it fits inside pastry bags and has a rubber tip with slits to keep batter from dripping and with pressure releases the batter into baking sheets. Unfortunately it takes a LOT of pressure to get the batter out. The first time I used it I wasn’t getting any cake batter out of the tip at all. It was then I realized I had to empty half the batter out of my pastry bag so that it was only about 1/3 of the way full and finally got a thin stream of batter to come out. I’m not sure if it will always be this difficult to use but I hope with time and use the rubber valve will loosen up so it will work like it’s designed to.

Mini Whoopie Pie Baking Pan

Now this one is my favorite product. It’s designed for making miniature whoopie pies but it’s also the perfect size for treat pops. And I found if you bake the cake with this pan at a lower temperature (like 300 degrees F) the cakes will come out perfectly flat on top. Higher temps were giving me cakes with a dome. One box of cake mix will fill up this pan four times and give you plenty of mini whoopie pies to fill the treat pops.

Treat Pops Decorating Set

This decorating kit is great for treat pops! It comes with 5 large tips (230, 2A, 32, 48; and 8) and disposable decorating bags that make it easy to add frosting designs to the tops of treat pops. I used the round tip to make those pillowing whipped cream tops you see on the treat pops below.

Treat Pops with Stand

Now you can buy individual bags of treat pops containers but there’s also an all-in-one kit that comes with 12 containers and a white stand to hold them all. It’s a great way to display the pops for a birthday party or even transport them to a party location. Since it’s a plain white you can decorate it to match the party theme too. I’ll share more on that later when Kaydee’s birthday party rolls around in July.

Strawberry Shortcake Treat Pops

Now, for making those delicious treat pops. It’s easy! For a simple strawberry shortcake treat pop I just used a regular box of yellow cake mix. The strawberries are fresh and diced to about 1/8 inch and lightly tossed in sugar. To fill in the gaps I used my favorite Cool Whip topping. Out of all the treat pops I’ve made these are by far the biggest hit and perfect for strawberry season!

GIVEAWAY

One lucky reader will win a Wilton Treat Pops prize pack valued at almost $40 and includes the decorating set, treat pops with stand and mini whoopie pie baking pan. Use the form below to enter.

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  1. I’d love to make some Pink Lemonade Cake treat pops!! Pink Lemonade is a favorite flavor for spring/summer! =)

  2. Danielle T says:

    I just saw a Black Forest treat pop recipe that looked delish! But the strawberry shortcake would be my personal fav.

  3. Angie Moreland says:

    These look awesome, i have been wanting to make some for my girl scout troop, but haven’t ever seen them around my area.

  4. So many possibilities! Right now I’d go with a yellow cake with marshmallow cream frosting and chocolate cookie crumbles or chocolate chips.

  5. LeeAnn P. says:

    I love the strawberry shortcake treat pop, it loks amazing and perfect for Spring and Summer!

  6. cheryl b says:

    i love anything but would love ot make red velvet with creamcheese frosting.. nor strawberry with any topping..

  7. denise says:

    chocolate cake, chocolate icing, chocolate jimmies on top

  8. Denise M says:

    i would love to make a chocolate pudding pie treat pop with chocolate and bananas

  9. Susan C says:

    I would make peanut butter & chocolate – my co-worker made them and they were AMAZING

  10. Myly Nguyen says:

    I love to make strawberry shortcake.

  11. Deborah Rosen says:

    I’d like to try making tiramisu treat pops.

  12. I want to make a strawberry cake cake pop

  13. Adrienne M says:

    I have never made pops before. This would be a great dish to share for parties!

  14. Laura S says:

    I’d like to make lemon cake pops. Sooo good!

  15. I would make a fudge brownie with whipped cream and fresh raspberries or cherries treat pop!

  16. Desiree Johnson says:

    the strawberry shortcake looks soooo good!!

  17. Tanya Phillips says:

    I’m not sure what to make. Something lemon-y, or strawberry, definitely chocolate pops!

  18. Marble cake with buttercream frosting. Yumm

  19. Salted caramel brownies!!! :D

  20. Maralea says:

    I would love strawberry shortcake pops!

  21. These look so fantastic. Strawberry shortcake is my absolute favorite dessert. I must try these. thanks.

  22. chocolate cake

  23. Keri B says:

    I would love to make treats in Red, White, and Blue for the 4th of July!! How fun!

  24. I would try a key lime with lime frosting

  25. Carolyn G says:

    Chocolate cake, chocolate frosting, nuts and whipped cream

  26. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    Chocolate Cake with Chocolate icing and rainbow sprinkles!

  27. I would make kemon pops with lemon frosting

  28. ann w says:

    Would love to make strawberry shortcake treat pops since I love anything with strawberries.

  29. I’m not sure what would be my first choice, maybe red, white and blue for the holiday

  30. I’m new to the whole treat pops thing, and I have to admit I’m kind of skeptical. How do you eat them? Anyway, I’m game to try! I love blueberries with lemon, think I’d like to try a treat pop with lemon cake separated by layers of sweetened whipped cream with blueberries folded into it.

  31. Sunnie says:

    I like bake all kinds of things, cake pops are real good.

  32. Carol L says:

    I’ve never made Cake Pops before and I’d love to see if it’s possible to make a lemon merangue type pop.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    Carol L

  33. Amanda Rauch says:

    I would make something like above but lemon-y. That is my sons favorite flavor right now and he is graduating in June from high school. It would be great at the grad party!

  34. Christina says:

    I’d love to do strawberry shortcake with pound cake…. its a favorite here, everyone loves it. Or something with lemon!

  35. Red Velvet and Carrot Cake, both so yum and would look great as pops!

  36. Lori Thomas says:

    I`d like the Strawberry Shortcake pops, strawberry shortcake is our fav dessert

  37. Wendi says:

    would love to use some vanilla cake with orange flavors sounds soo yummy

  38. love to do a strawberry shortcake treat

  39. D Schmidt says:

    I would love to make Lemon cake treat pops. I would use a lemon cake mix, cream cheese frosting and add in lemon curd

  40. devil’s cake, cream cheese frosting, chocolate chips, and cherries.

  41. Marcia Goss says:

    I would substitute blueberries for the strawberries and have Blueberry Treat Pops.

  42. I would make white cake pops with choc icing and multi colored jimmies!

  43. Strawberry shortcake!

  44. Linda Landes says:

    Funfetti cake with strawberry frosting.

  45. Edward H. Reinholtz says:

    I would love to make lemonade flavor pops !!!!

  46. christine jessamine says:

    i would love to make chocolate ice cream sandwiches

  47. Kirsten says:

    I’d like to make your Valentine’s Day push treat pops

  48. wendy rozema says:

    i’d make chocolate cake!!

  49. Smore’s something. Chocolate cake, graham crackers and marshmallow.

  50. Kathy S says:

    Definitely the cake flavor.

  51. Oh how fun! I would make a chocolate cake layer with fresh cream and strawberry. That’s my kids’ favorite flavor combination. :)

  52. Sherry Lykins says:

    I think something tropical like pineapple and coconut?

  53. Fawn H says:

    I would make a chocolate fudge cake with vanilla pudding, fresh strawberries and vanilla cool whip

  54. Hilary says:

    I love push ups! I want to make for my kid birthday!

  55. Tiffany Clarke says:

    Strawberry cheesecake

  56. Annmarie W. says:

    I’d make some just like the strawberry shortcake ones…but with blueberry instead of strawberry!

  57. Tammy S says:

    I would like to make S’Mores treat pops. Using vanilla wafers, marshmallow cream and Hershey Kisses.

  58. Margot C says:

    I think a classic yellow cake with chocolate frosting would be pretty good.

  59. double chocolate cake pops!

  60. Casey says:

    What a great idea, these look delicious!

  61. latanya says:

    mint chocolate chip pop

  62. Ooh so many ideas! I’d love to do a wedding cake one – with like an almond cake and almond cream, sparkly frosting!

  63. Diane Sallans says:

    Devil’s Food Cake + 7 minute frosting with some chopped marschino cherries & chocolate shavings – kinda like a Black Forest Cake

  64. Allison Downes says:

    I will make peanut butter chocolate treat pops

    thanks for the chance to win!

  65. Janet Jackson says:

    red velvet with cream cheese frosting

  66. I would love to make red velvet cake pops!

  67. Donna K says:

    white cake but with strawberries like in the picture

  68. Secret burkheiser says:

    I would make my daughter vanilla cake, cherry frosting and sprinkles.

  69. Wanda McHenry says:

    Devils Food, Whipped Cream and maraschino cherries

  70. I would love to do chocolate cake with raspberries in the middle :)

  71. Linda Meyers-Gabbard says:

    German Chocolate Cake with Coconut pecan icing

  72. Blessie Nelson says:

    I love to make red velvet cake pops with buttercream frostings and rolled in toasted cashews!

  73. Erin Johnson-pina says:

    I would make red velvet cake ones with cream cheese frosting strawberry slices in between and white chocolate shavings on top.

  74. omg I love this idea!!! I would do a chocolate whip cream and strawberries pop.

  75. lemon pound cake, cream cheese frosting, strawberries, toasted almond slivers

  76. dawn k says:

    Carrot cake with buttercream frosting. Lots of raisins,

  77. Holly Storm-Burge says:

    The strawberry shortcakes sound amazing; I wonder if you could use an Angel food cake mix for it? I would love to do mini sugar-crusted pound cakes and a custard cream.

  78. Mary Collins says:

    I would love to make the Strawberry Shortcake Pops just as you made! They are so cute and look so yummy!

  79. Terra Heck says:

    I’d like to make up a treat using chocolate cake mix and german chocolate frosting. I’d probably add in some coconut flakes. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  80. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    I would try to make a tiramisu cake with custard and cool whip on top.

  81. Faride says:

    I’d make some red velvet cakes with vanilla frosting and strawberries

  82. Carmen says:

    I love vanilla combination (cake and frosting) – but now I’m thinking cherry cake with chocolate frosting would be good too