Peach Cobbler Cake Push Pops: …

**GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED. Winner has been selected and emailed: Regina H.

 

Today is a very exciting day for you on Chef in Training. You get a review, recipe AND a giveaway!!!

I was SUPER excited when Duncan Hines reached out to me about reviewing their new “Frosting Creations” flavor mix ins.

Duncan Hines "Frosting Creations" review and Sweet Treats Giveaway on chef-in-training.com

For the month of March ONLY, Duncan Hines has 4 NEW and exciting “Frosting Creations” mix in flavors. These flavors include “Key Lime Pie”, “Fruit Punch”, “Pink Lemonade” and “Peaches and Creme.” You definitely need to take advantage of these limited time flavors before they are gone.

Let me be honest with you for a minute. Frosting is my least favorite part of baking. I know, it is simple enough, but by the time I am done baking the dessert, the last thing I want to do is dirty up more dishes. Duncan Hines “Frosting Creations” makes this SO easy for all of us. Just Watch…

Duncan Hines "Frosting Creations" review and Sweet Treats Giveaway on chef-in-training.com

Simply pour the flavor mix in packet into the frosting starter and stir it up until its evenly mixed. Easy-peasy, right?! The flavors are absolutely delicious, you are going to LOVE them!

The Duncan Hines “Peaches and Creme” flavor mix in stood out to me first because Peach Cobbler is one of my favorite recipes ever. I knew I wanted to incorporate similar flavors and compliment it with the “Peaches and Creme” frosting.

Peach Cobbler Cake Push Pops on chef-in-training.com ...These are so simple to make and are a fun way to serve up dessert! #dessert #recipe

I made these for my family and the DEVOURED them!

Peach Cobbler Cake Push Pops

Peach Cobbler Cake Push Pops on chef-in-training.com ...These are so simple to make and are a fun way to serve up dessert! #dessert #recipe

By Chef in Training Published: March 6, 2013

    These are so simple to make and are a fun way to serve up dessert!

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. In a large bowl, combine Duncan Hines Yellow Cake mix, peach pie filling, eggs and vanilla and beat well. Try to break up the whole peaches into small chances as best as possible.
    2. Drop by heaping teaspoons into each slot of a Wilton Whoopie Pie Baking Tin.
    3. Bake at 350 degrees F for 9-11 minutes. This cake recipe will produce about 48-60 mini cakes.
    4. Carefully take the mini cakes out of each slot and let cool completely.
    5. Add Duncan Hines Frosting Creations Peaches and Creme flavor mix ins to the Duncan Hines Frosting starters and stir to mix well.
    6. To assemble the cake push pops, place a peach cake at the bottom of the Wilton Treat Pop container. Pipe a small layer of Duncan Hines Peaches and Creme. Repeat layers until there are 3 peach cakes and 3 frosting layers. Pipe the top layer pretty and add sprinkles if desired.

    Enjoy!

    Peach Cobbler Cake Push Pops on chef-in-training.com ...These are so simple to make and are a fun way to serve up dessert! #dessert #recipe

    Now are you ready for the Sweet Treats Giveaway?!

    Here is what the Sweet Treats Giveaway Package includes:

    -       4 Duncan Hines cake mixes

    -       4 Duncan Hines frosting creation starters

    -       4 Duncan Hines frosting creations limited edition flavors: Pink Lemonade, Key Lime, Peaches and Crème, and Fruit Punch

    -       Wilton 6 ct Treat Pop containers

    -       Wilton Mini Whoopie Pie Pan

    -       Wilton Pearlized Jimmies

    -       “The Pastry Chef’s Companion” by Glenn Rinsky

    Duncan Hines "Frosting Creations" review and Sweet Treats Giveaway on chef-in-training.com

     
     
    For more information, recipes and coupons for Duncan Hines “Frosting Creations”, be sure and check out their “Frosting Creations” portion of their site.
    Also be sure and visit Duncan Hines on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and the Duncan Hines Baker’s Club to keep up with their latest products and recipes. 
     
    Disclosure: I was compensated by Duncan Hines and provided Duncan Hines products for this post, but all opinions, pictures and text are my own.

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    Comments

    1. Melissa blackwell

      These look amazing! The possibilities are endless! I’d love to try the pumpkin or cinnamon flavor– or all of them!

    2. Wendy

      I am addicted to this frosting … I’ve baked so many cakes in the past six months or so just to play with all the flavors. Really, really excited about the peaches and cream :)

    3. Elise D

      I think the pink lemonade flavor looks delicious! Thank you so much for the giveaway. I love your blog as well. I know that anything that you post, I will want to try!

    4. Jessica D

      I haven’t tried these frostings yet but the peaches and creme sounds SO GOOD!!! Love looking at your wonderful recipies!!

    5. Wow!! I love your ideas! And I was just telling my daughter we needed to somehow create pink lemonade frosting for our summer cupcakes!! Yea!! I hope I win!

    6. Linda

      WOW, that is really cute, can’t wait to try some of these favors, have not used them before ;-) . . . . Thanks so much ! ! ! !

    7. Jennifer Chronister

      I’ve tried the Mint Chocolate flavor before. We really liked it. Can’t wait to try these new flavors.

    8. Tracy

      These are perfect! I love the look of them and think they would be perfect for a bridal shower or girls night out party!

    9. Jessica

      I really want to give the Key Lime a try. With St. Patty’s day coming up it’s the perfectt addition to a green dessert!

    10. Kenzie

      I have been wanting to make these push pop treats for a few weeks now!! Peach cobbler is a great idea! I really would love to try the frosting creations, especially the limited edition flavors!!

    11. Sharon K

      I would love to try the Key Lime and Pink Lemonade . . . and I am with you — I dislike dirtying more dishes for frosting :(

    12. Danielle

      Tried the strawberry shortcake flavor and had to throw it out it was so bad. Super fake flavors, maybe the others are better.

    13. Jackie W

      I have been a bit wary about store brought frosting, but I think these flavors sound awesome! Peaches and creme!!

    14. Brandi

      I would love to make something with the Pink Lemonade or Key Lime. You can’t go wrong with either in my opinion. ;)

    15. Rachel M.

      Ooh! Those all look delicious. I’d be excited to try the new Fruit Punch. But the Peaches and Creme sounds so good too!

    16. Amie Branson

      I would want to try the key lime flavor and the pink lemonade. I love sweet/tart deserts, they don’t make you feel quite so guilty for indulging. (I know it is only wishful thinking)

    17. Nancy A.

      They all sound delicious, but my favorite would have to be the Peaches and Creme one. I love peaches!! Never have tried these, but they sound like my kind of frosting!! Would love to win this and make some treats for my family for spring!!

    18. Emily

      I have yet to use my cake push pops. How do you eat the items. Seems like he cakes would fall out while trying to eat them!

    19. Traci

      First I’m going to try the key lime pie flavor in some cake balls/cake pops (since I don’t have the push pop/whoopie pie supplies….yet!). They will be a great way to welcome in Spring! And then I want to try the pink lemonade for a Summer cake ball/cake pop edition!

    20. robinanne

      My little grandson and I are just now starting to cook. This would be great fun as he loves the decorating part!

    21. Lisa Arnaudo

      I have been wanting to try both the push pops and the frosting creations for a long time…this looks like a good way to start!

    22. Martha T

      I have been wanting to try these frosting creation flavors, but I only use my homemade buttercream. Has anyone use the flavors in their own icing? How did it turn out?

    23. Laura

      I am torn between the key lime pie flavor and the peaches & cream flavor…the southerner in me is really craving the peaches & cream, though. :)

    24. leslie gagne

      What a wonderful giveaway. I would love to try the peaches and cream.
      I don not twitter or do pinintrest, but hope my entry will still qualify.

    25. Brit

      MMM I love peach cobbler. I think the pink lemonade would be fun to try on a lemon cake, which happens to be my favorite :)

    26. Alicia H.

      The strawberry shortcake flavor is great, especially on the muddy buddy recipe you made for valentines day!! It was soo good!

    27. Bethany

      I think you picked the best flavor already! The peaches and cream sounds amazing! Thanks for all you do in sharing your blog with us!

    28. Jeanine

      Hey, Sweetie, just wanted to know if you had baked these as a cake or not. I don’t have the mini pans like you used and I’d rather do a cake than whoopie pies. I love this idea- please answer quickly so I can fire up the oven!!! ;)
      Thanks for all of your fun ideas!!
      Jeanine