Wednesday, April 13, 2011

I'm a Cake Baller

Betty Crocker Devils Food Cake Mix 18.25 oz. (3-Pack)I've been seeing cake balls everywhere lately!  I've never had one and they look interesting...  So, I went to my the recipe website that I love so much.... yes, allrecipes.com  ....  *SURPRISE!* to look up how to make them. They look Super Duper Easy!! I might even say:  Like a piece of cake!  There's always room for cheese here ;)
I had some Betty Crocker Devil's Food cake in my pantry... **I also have some Betty Crocker Decadent Supreme Chocolate Mousse cake mix that Jerk Face was supposed to make me for my birthday....  in JANUARY! he didn't make it, hence I still have it.  I hope you read this Jerk Face!

Anyways... back to my cake ballin'.  All you need to do is:
Make the cake according to the package.


After it has cooled... you don't want cake balls of fire... crumble the cake and mix with a can of frosting.
*I made my own chocolate and coffee flavored icing*



Form into cake balls and freeze.



Once Frozen (because it's easier to dip), dip into melted chocolate.



And Voila!  You're finished!


I know they're not the prettiest, I WAS going to drizzle some white chocolate over the tops, but I think I burnt my generic vanilla flavored baking chips when I microwaved it...



Holy Cake Balls, Batman! That was easy!
So easy, in fact, that I'm going to make some more for Easter... 
and I think I'll be making some for LB's birthday!


3 comments:

Steph said...

I know someone who makes them... check them out on fb... Let's Have A Ball. The are adorable!

Erin said...

I love how easy they are! I drizzle some and add sprinkles to some - they look so fancy with very little effort!

Leanna Vera said...

I love cake balls! Sometimes I'll put colored sugar sprinkles on top of them. You can sprinkle it on before the chocolate finishes drying and it gives them a special look.

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