We all remember when the cake pop craze first started, right? The cake pop trend isn’t hard to understand. These delightful little bites are not only cute, but they’re convenient! They’re much faster and simpler to make than a whole cake, plus they’re super easy to share. Here are 10 delicious cake pop recipes that will be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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1. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cake Pops

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These simple grain-free, chocolate-dipped vegan Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cake Pops by Kat Condon are delicious! Don’t wait for a special occasion to make these no-bake treats!

2. Chocolate Covered Brownie Cake Pops

Chocolate Covered Brownie Cake Pops [Vegan, Raw, Gluten-Free]

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You’ll love these Chocolate Covered Brownie Cake Pops by Michaell Johnson. This no-bake recipe uses walnuts, dates, and other delicious hearty ingredients that will leave you feeling satisfied! Gift these bite-sized treats to your favorite person or keep them all to yourself.

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3. White Chocolate Red Velvet Cake Pops

White Chocolate Red Velvet Cake Pops

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Want red velvet cake, but don’t feel like getting involved in the entire cake-making process? Just make these White Chocolate Red Velvet Cake Pops by Gabrielle St. Claire that are done in just 20 minutes! These little bites of decadence are rich and chocolatey and colored naturally with puréed beets. A white chocolate coating stands in for cream cheese and a topping of sprinkles makes them festive and giftable.

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4. Raw Orange Ice Cream Cake Pops

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These adorable Raw Orange Ice Cream Cake Pops by Holly Jade look exactly like baby ice cream cones, but you don’t have to worry about them melting all over your hands. The raw orange-infused truffles are bright and citrusy, which is especially great as a summertime snack.

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5. Raw Brownie Batter Cake Pops

Brownie Batter Cake Pops

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These easy Raw Brownie Batter Cake Pops by Amanda Smith are irresistible! Gooey dates, buckwheat, and raw cacao are blended with almond milk and then rolled into cake pop form. Top each cake pop with whatever you like, whether it’s pistachios and cacao nibs or buckwheat groats.

6. 4-Ingredient Chocolate Cake Pops

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These 4-Ingredient Chocolate Cake Pops by Laine Rudolfa are perfect for when you’re craving something quick and beautiful! These vegan chocolate cake pops are the hit – they’re completely wholesome, gluten-free, and the recipe asks only for 4 ingredients!

7. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake Pops

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake Pops

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These Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake Pops by Gabrielle St. Claire are a delicious treat for when you are craving chocolate and peanut butter. These cake pops are rich, chocolatey, and coated in dark chocolate. They’re then topped with crunchy peanuts for taste and texture. Cake pops are the perfect snack because they’re easier to make and even easier to eat. They’ll be a hit at any party!

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8. Banana Bread Cake Pops

Banana Bread Cake Pops

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These Banana Bread Cake Pops by Kirsten Kaminski are an innovative, bite-sized twist on the classic dessert. These decadent treats are made with soft banana bread dough that’s filled with crunchy walnuts and coated with a delightful chocolate shell.

9. No-Bake Chocolate-Coated Red Velvet Cake Pops

No Bake Chocolate Coated Red Velvet Cake Pops

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You’d never guess that these No-Bake Chocolate-Coated Red Velvet Cake Pops by Emma D’Alessandro are grain-free! In this recipe, Medjool dates are blended with almond and coconut flour to create rich little bites of red velvet cake. The chocolate coating is entirely optional, but it takes everything to the next level.

10. Chocolate Covered Black Bean Brownie Pops

Chocolate Covered Black Bean Brownie Pops

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Here’s what you need to know about these Chocolate Covered Black Bean Brownie Pops by Sharon Leparski: they’re no-bake. They’re seriously fudgy. They’re drenched in creamy melted chocolate. They’re vegan. They’re nut-free + oil-free. How are these little bites of heaven secretly healthy? From black beans – the magical ingredient – but your taste buds won’t know that. Everyone will love these vegan black bean brownie pops!

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