The Easy Roller was designed to make cake poppin’ easier and faster.
So what do I think?
Well, I’m a HUGE advocate of the Easy Roller (created by Jennifer Cucci at Heavenly Cake Pops). Honestly, we cannot work as efficiently without it.
TIP: If you only have a few hundred pops to make for one event, invite some friends over for a rolling party (we have!). Use ice cream scoops or try a meatballer tool.
Is it easy?
The Easy Roller takes practice. While it won’t turn you into a cake pop manufacturer (you’d probably need a $100,000 machine for that), it does make “cake popping” EASIER. Especially if you make a lot of cake pops.
In my opinion, if you have a cake pop business and make a few hundred or a few thousand cake pops per month–you may want to invest in the Easy Roller. Not only is it a time-saver, it will provide you with a consistent product every time.
So you have a roller but can’t seem to figure it out?
First, get in touch with Heavenly Cake Pops. They are ALWAYS there for us and willing to offer any help or advice.
Here are a few tips we’ve figured out (Here’s a quick homemade video!)…
1. The dough has to be moist and compact–like play doh! This can take practice. Keep in mind, if you have been making cake pops for a while and have an established business, you may have to change the consistency
of your dough a bit.
3. When you roll the dough out in the frame you have to make sure the dough is the height (fills the space) of the white plastic frame on the low setting (for the standard insert–see image below). Too little dough makes dents in the balls–too much dough makes oblong (egg shaped) balls.
If you ever have any questions just let me know. We roll thousands of cake balls a month with the roller–we can’t live without it!
* I was not compensated for this review and the opinions, tips and comments are my own.