This kit is sold by Williams-Sonoma. It comes with a two-part pan to make mini pumpkins that are put on sticks to make cake pops. We had them on our pumpkin dessert buffet. The cake pops themselves are not too sweet. In order to get the cake pop to stay on the stick (especially after the addition of the glaze) you melt white chocolate and dip the end of the stick it it before sticking it into the cake. To glaze the pops, the directions have you drizzle the glaze on with a wisk, which seemed odd so we used a spoon and then color with sprinkles. They are a little labor intensive, but we thought ours came out cute and tasted good, too.
It took a while to get the correct amount of batter to make perfect little pumpkins
We used teamwork, one drizzling the glaze and one putting on the sprinkles and yet another finding a place to put them while they dried.