Wilton Treat Pops with Mini Cupcakes for Valentine’s Day

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I have this horrible habit of visiting our local Michael’s craft store on the weekends when we don’t have much to do. It’s a gold mine for obsessive bakers like myself where you can find all the latest products for the holidays. I wasn’t disappointed when I went in there last week and found these new treat pops (which you may see me call Push Pops out of habit). They’re a brand new product from Wilton and so gosh darn fun to use!

Cherry Chip Pink Wilton Push Pops Cakes for Valentine's Day

For Valentine’s Day you can fill them up with a pink cake mix like strawberry or cherry chip and add layers of pink frosting. Of course you’ll need some candy sprinkles too! It’s one of those products that is just so cute and doesn’t require you to be a pastry chef to use.

Valentine's Day Cherry Chip Push Pop Cakes

Each treat pop container comes with a snap on lid that also doubles as a pop stand. So if you’re having a holiday or birthday party and want to set these up on a table it’s super easy.

Wilton Push Pop Stands

Or if you’re taking these treat pops to go, just snap the lid on top and the goodies inside will make it through a car ride. You can buy a 6 pack of treat pops for $6.99 or get the larger kit that includes 12 treat pops and a fill-n-serve stand for $15.99. You can also wash and reuse these containers over and over again.

Wilton Push Pops Lid

What You’ll Need

  • mini cupcake pan
  • cake mix & frosting
  • Wilton treat pops
  • pastry bag (or sandwich baggy)
  • candy decorations

These are so easy. Just prepare your favorite cake mix and bake it in a mini cupcake pan. It’s the perfect size for these treat pop containers. Once the cupcakes have cooled, push one into the bottom. Fill your pastry bag or even a plastic sandwich bag with your frosting, cut off the tip and pipe a layer of frosting on top of the first cupcake. Top with sprinkles and repeat the process. You can snap the lid on to transport or save for later.

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  1. says

    These are so cute! I am surprised that Wilton is so far behind in making these, other companies have made them for years. I was buying them off Etsy in 2010. LOL

    • says

      I know, I’ve seen the pops on bakery supply sites but I never want to pay shipping so I skipped on ordering any. These have a really great design though.

  2. says

    It has been ALL I CAN DO to not pick some of these up and make them. I think this would be the next step in my addiction with cake pops… ya know, the gateway drug to a full blown baking addiction ROFL

  3. Yasmine says

    I ordered something similar about a year ago for my twins bday last year- 36 of them and I haven’t used them yet- I always say I will but there never seems to be an occasion. They were expensive with shipping too :/