Cupcakes have been all the craze for several years now, and even more recent we have seen the rise of the cake pop!!!
So – what’s in a cake pop?
The typical cake pop is a combination of cake and frosting interior with a chocolate or fondant exterior. Generally, these yummy treats are fairly rich to taste and can be eaten in about 3-5 bites!!!
A quick review of the Inland Empire has shown us that there are a few places where you can purchase cake pops:
- The De “Bite”ful Cake Pop Shop
13641 Central Ave, Suite F
Chino, CA 91761
Find them at the Redland’s Market Night every Thursday
- My Delight Cupcakery
- The Cupcake Place
10580 Magnolia Ave
Riverside, CA 92505
- The Orangecrest Certified Farmers Market - Sundays, 10 am – 2 pm at the Orange Terrace Community Park- also has a cake pop vendor.
- Starbucks also carries cake pops, all under 200 calories, and their variety includes Birthday, Tiramisu and Rocky Road flavors.
Amateurs can also try a DIY version of the cake pop with a special pan or a mini-baking machine that you can purchase at a housewares store. This cake pop interior is all cake (no frosting), but will still take some energy to create a festive exterior of chocolate and sprinkles.
Cake pops are cool because they can be a party centerpiece or even arranged like a bouquet of flowers! For those who like to entertain, they are convenient to serve as a finger food dessert or give away as a party favor. In general, cake pops are priced at a range of $1.50 – $3, a reasonable price for a tasty treat!Categories: Casual Dining & Fast Food, Chino, Coffee Shops, Dessert, Food, Riverside, The Inland Empire Cakepopscupcakes