Cake-Sicle Pan

Cake-Sicle Pan

If moms had to choose between giving their kids a cookie or a Popsicle, which one do you think they’d be more comfortable giving? Sure, it all depends on the ingredients that go into making each. You could freeze up some Popsicles made from 100% fruit juice. You could bake some sugarless oatmeal cookies. So really, the choice is yours, but personally, I think it’s easier to inject a bit more nutrition into the baked goodies.

But if your kid is clamoring for Popsicles, then the Cake-Sicle Pan is a clever way to give your tiny one the best of both worlds. Just stick a Popsicle stick into your dough, bake it in the oven, and pull out eight delicious cookies on sticks that your kids will enjoy eating. You can also bake mini cakes using the pan, too. It’s a fun way to cook up (or rather, bake up) some festive treats that will make dessert even more enjoyable for the kids.

Cake-Sicle Pan

Cake-Sicle Pan

Cake-sicle pan bakes 8 mini cakes at a time. Just slip in a stick and start decorating! Use colorful, tasty frostings and sprinkles.

  • Measures 17.25 inches/44cm length, 11.25 inches/28.5cm width and .5 inches/1.25cm depth
  • Nonstick coating for easy release and cleaning
  • Includes recipes and 24 wooden sticks
  • Hand washing recommended

The Cake-Sicle Pan is available from for $12.97.

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Hazel Chua

About Hazel Chua

Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at

2 Responses to “Cake-Sicle Pan”

  1. Shouldn’t it be “You could bake some sugarless oatmeal cookies” and not “You could bake some sugarless and oatmeal cookies”?

    …I’ll shut up now.

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