A cake pop maker doesn’t have to only be for sweet cake pops. With a little imagination you can make many savoury goodies in it as well. What I love most about the cake pop maker is that you can cook 12 bite sized goodies in about 5 minutes – quicker then it takes to heat up the oven – so you also save power and time – double win.
I got creative on the weekend and made these Ham, Spring Onion and Cheese Mini Crustless Quiches for the boys to eat for lunch. Well they were devoured within in minutes. I would have to say the little people of this house gave them a big double thumbs up. Get creative and experiment with different flavour combinations.
2 x 70g Eggs
1/4 Cup Cream
3 Tbs Plain Flour
1/4 Cup Ham, chopped into little squares
1 Tbs Spring onions, sliced finely
1/4 Cup Grated Tasty Cheese
Optional – salt and pepper to taste
LET’S PUT IT ALL TOGETHER
1. Turn your cake pop maker on the preheat. In a medium mixing bowl crack the eggs and add the cream. Whisk well to combine.
2. Follow by adding the remaining ingredients and giving it another good whisk.
The boys enjoyed helping with this.
3. Spoon into a hot cake pop maker making sure to fill right to the top so that they form full balls.
4. Cook for about 5 minutes or until risen and lightly golden.
5. Serve with some tomato sauce for dipping.
Makes about 18
Best enjoyed on the same day of cooking.
Store in the fridge if not eating straight away.
The Cake Pop Maker I used was the Kambrook Little Chefs. Click here for more details.
Note: I was gifted the Cake Pop Maker from Kambrook – all images and opinions expressed are my own.