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"very yummy. i used french vanilla duncan hines cake recipe with vanilla duncan hines frosting. i then used hersey milk chocolate chips to cover the cake balls after freezing and hersey white chocolate chips for drizzling. after i was done i put all into a container and put it back in the fridge so they stay cool. i loved how after freezing and putting the milk chocolate over it it froze and stayed (looked like) i bought them! its very sweet so i could eat like 1 at a time. but i only but it in the freezer for 1hr."- nadz7
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Top-ranked recipe named "Cake Balls"
Bake cake in 9- by 13-inch pan according to directions on box.
Once cake has baked and cooled, crumble entire cake into a large bowl. Add 2/3 of the frosting, and mix the cake and frosting with your hands. Roll into balls a little smaller than a golf ball. Lay on cookie sheet lined with wax paper, and freeze for at least 2 hours.
Once cake balls are frozen, dip in melted white chocolate and return to cookie sheet. Then drizzle the melted milk chocolate over the cake balls for a decorative touch.
christopher_walstrum 3 months agoVery tasty
spoodermenz 11 month agoI had never made cake pops and these are easy and simple.
Adarri 1 year agoI used the Tbsp. size measuring spoon , leveling it (like you would baking soda). By leveling it, its easier to sit on the cookie sheet after dipping. I made a yellow cake w/ strawberry frosting dipped in white ao
Keane15 1 year agoFantastic Recipe! Tastes so good, visitors thought they were truffles
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Chellybeans 1 year agoSo amazing. Moist and tasty. It took a fair amount of work to make, but everybody loved these
Shanaaz 1 year agoIt's simple and easy to do,a quick and delicious desert at fast
debbiemuse 1 year ago
ti_marie 1 year agoToo rich
SpeshinVegas 1 year agoGreat recipe. They are extremely messy to make but worth it when done. I find the ones dipped in white chocolate to have a better contrasting taste than ones dipped in regular milk chocolate. Very strong recipe overall
darkurth 1 year agoMade these with some cake that had gone wrong. Tasted gorgeous. Made the coating with dark chocolate and drizzled white chocolate over for decoration. This is an excellent way to use up left over cake. Thank you.
Jwebby05 1 year agoWay too sweet and the inside tasted like mushy cake
irshgirl1012 1 year agoI really want to make my ownn
Grandstuff2011 1 year agoVery good. Moist. I dipped mine in the pre package dipping chocolate that melts in the microwave. (only dipping half the ball) I also stuck a lollipop stick in them making it easier for my toddler to eat :)
Adriana78 1 year agoVery easy, kinda messy, but taste AMAZING!!! I dipped mine in white chocolate, then rolled some in coconut and some in crushed walnuts...Yummy!!!
Epav 2 years agoI would think it would be a bit rich I'll probably find a way to make them less sweet but other wise looks yummy!! :)
Hhhh92 2 years agoFavorite treat to make! Takes a while, but so rewarding. Really fun to make variations of cake/icing mixes with chocolate or white chocolate drizzling.