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Take one cake lover, add a pinch of ingenuity and a good sprinkling of gorgeous decorations and what do you get? Why cake pops, of course. It's little wonder that these glorious bite-size pops - which pander to the inner child and please the closet cake craver - have amassed a global following. From vintage buttons to sushi and horror pops, we've put together a selection of the best and kookiest out there, from the recipe book Cake Pops by Molly Bakes, published by Square Peg (£15).

Click on the images below to tickle your taste buds and get inspired by what can be done with a few cake balls and some flair...

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