Cake Balls

64 reviews, 4.1 star(s). 79% would make again

Ready in 2 hours 30 minutes

A great dessert for any occasion!

"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."


1 box German chocolate cake
1 tub chocolate frosting
2 bags white chocolate chips; melted, for dipping, to cover the cake balls
Milk chocolate; melted, for drizzle

Original recipe makes 25



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.

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Delicious! First time making these. I used devil's food cake mix. They are delicious! Hey I said that already :-)
Gret41 11m ago

Very tasty
christopher_walstrum 2y ago

I had never made cake pops and these are easy and simple.
spoodermenz 2y ago

I 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
Adarri 2y ago

Fantastic Recipe! Tastes so good, visitors thought they were truffles
Keane15 2y ago

So amazing. Moist and tasty. It took a fair amount of work to make, but everybody loved these
Chellybeans 3y ago

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