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Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Cake Pops

    No need to bake a cake for these pops, just pick up a box of Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Delights and make some Cake Pops with them!

    No need to bake a cake for these pops, just pick up a box of Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Delights and make some Cake Pops with them!

    Oops, I did it again! I took a delicious Little Debbie treat and made it into a Pop!

    First, it was the Swiss Rolls, then Nutty Bars, followed by Strawberry Shortcake Rolls.

    AND… since it’s now officially fall, here’s my contribution to Pumpkin Treats all over Blog-land!  Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights made into Pops!

    How to make Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Cake Pops

    Unwrap the Little Debbie cookies and pulse them in a food processor until they are fine crumbs.

    First, I took my cookies and crumbled them in a food processor.

    Measure out 12 cookie pops then roll smooth.

    Then, using a cookie scoop, I got 12 pops.

    Dip the Pops in Orange candy melts and allow to dry.

    Not sure how to do this… Watch my Video.

    Use a Jack-o-Lantern hold punch to make the candy face for your cake pops.

    To make these cute Jack-o-Lantern faces, I used the Wilton Sugar Sheets and a fun paper punch.

    Yes, the face was all in pieces, so it was a bit tedious, but I thought the end result was better than me hand piping it.

    ** I found the EK Success hole punch at Micheal’s Craft Store, but I can’t find it online to show you. I’m not sure if this was from last year’s stock or not. Sorry.

    I used a toothpick to add a dot of candy and then adhered the cut out using tweezers to pick up the tiny piece and place it on the pop.

    These Pumpkin Cake Pops with a Jack-o-Lantern face are delicious!

    These are an easy way to make some cute Jack-o-Lantern Cake Pops. You can take it up a notch by adding some indentation on the pop with a stick prior to dipping to get the shape. Then add a chocolate chip or pretzel bit as a stem and some green shoestring licorice for a stem – like THIS.

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    Find more Cake Pop Tutorials here.

    Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Cake Pops

    Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Cake Pops

    No need to bake a cake for these pops, just pick up a box of Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Delights and make some Cake Pops with them!

    Prep Time 30 minutes
    Total Time 30 minutes


    • 1 box Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights Cookies
    • 1 bag Orange Candy Melts
    • 12 Lollipop Sticks or Straws (I used Paper Straws)
    • 1 Wilton Sugar Sheets (Black)
    • Jack-o-lantern Paper Punch


      1. Unwrap the Little Debbie Pumpkin Delights cookies and pulse in Food Processor until they are a fine crumble. PS Halloween Cake Pops 002
      2. They will look “loose” but when you press together they will hold the shape. There is no need to add any extra frosting or binder.
      3. Use a Cookie Scoop to measure out 12 pops and form them into balls.
      4. Place in fridge for 10 minutes.
      5. Melt Orange Candy Melts in a glass or ceramic bowl for 30-second intervals at 70% power in the microwave. Stir between intervals until smooth. Do not allow the candy to get too hot.
      6. Dip 1/4 inch of a lollipop stick (or straw) into the candy and then insert halfway into the cookie pop.
      7. Use a cake pop stand to hold the pops upright and keep the round shape.
      8. Once all the pops are on sticks, start with the first pop and dip straight down and back up again coating the entire pop. Tap the stick to allow excess candy to drip off. Stand back up in the stand.
      9. Punch out 12 Jack-o-Lantern faces using your hole punch and Sugar Sheets.
      10. Place a dot of candy on the pop with a toothpick and add the face details. I used tweezers to pick up the small pieces.
      11. Serve to some great kids!

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      Karyn Granrud

      Karyn Granrud

      I'm Karyn, a mom and wife, and I founded this little baking blog. Baking and making desserts have been my passion since I was a kid. I love experimenting with different flavors and sharing delicious recipes with all of you. Read more.

      84 thoughts on “Little Debbie Pumpkin Pie Cake Pops”

        1. Thanks, Haley! If there are short cuts to great desserts you can count me in. I've got too many other things to do. Besides, every Pumpkin recipe has been DONE! I needed something a bit different in the pumpkin department.

        1. Thanks so much Dorothy. You've really helped me get over some of my fears and really enjoy blogging. It's been great having your support and kind words. One of these days, I'll teach you how to make cake pops 🙂

      1. Very cute! I love those little debbie pumpkin treats, so good and your cake pops are perfect for them. I've never heard of sugar sheets, I'll have to keep an eye out for them. And the straws are so cute, too!

      2. Hi Karyn!
        I voted you as my Host's favorite for your Ginger Lime Cookies on Foodie Friends Friday and I KNOW how tedious cake pops can be to make and these are so cute! BTW I threw my hat into the ring for the cake pop kit. I only every rolled them by hand! Again, thank you for another wonderful contribution to our linky party! Have a great weekend!

      3. Love these and love how creative you've been with the punch and the black edible sheets. That's cool. My favourite shape of pop has to be the ball pop. You can create anything from it really or adapt it into pretty much anything.

        I so need me that set and one of those punches. I've joined in the giveaway but I'm not located in the US but have a US forwarding address so assuming it's OK to enter?

        Sweet 2 Eat Baking

      4. Karyn,
        Love these little cuties! I haven't used the sugar sheets yet, but I'm going to get some now. Love the new look of your blog too. Way cute! Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful week.

      5. Wow. You seriously added each tiny piece of the face one at a time after punching each out one at a time? You are amazing. And… you are right… the pumpkins look FANTASTIC because of it!!!

      6. I stumbled on to this while searching for little pumpkin cake pops for my niece's baby shower. There are 100 people coming so I needed something simple that I can do THIS WEEKEND! I can't wait to surprise her with a beautiful pumpkin patch. I am going to try the indentions and stems. You are now on my favorites. Thanks so much for sharing!

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