I never get tired of making cake balls, everybody loves them and I am always trying new decorations, flavors and fillings. You can find the basics on how to make them in here but before you cover them with chocolate fill them with frosting. This time I filled them with chocolate frosting which I made by beating 1 stick of butter until fluffy, 2 c. of powdered sugar, 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder and 1/4 c. of buttermilk.
For the decoration I covered them with melted red chocolate, sprinkled sugar and I also put them a small heart, you can use any decoration you want.
I also made them with bittersweet chocolate and covered them with red sugar and hearts
You will have this surprise when you bite them, they are delicious bite size desserts or even perfect for giveaways.
These are not only adorable but look so yummy too! I've never tried making cake balls, maybe it's time to finally do it...haha :)ReplyDelete
they are really easy and delicious, I can't believe you've never tried themDelete
mmm I really love cake balls. These are so cute and just perfect for V-Day!ReplyDelete
They are darling Beti!ReplyDelete
These are so pretty...love them! Can you believe I've never made a cake ball?ReplyDelete
you need to try them! they are addictiveDelete
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Wooow! Looks so stunning!ReplyDelete
This white heart is so sweet. I love your cookies, you know? ;)ReplyDelete
These are lovely! That you added frosting filling to them takes them over the top!ReplyDelete
What a creative recipe -- looks so lovey-dovey :)ReplyDelete
Beti, looks like you have a lot of FUN taking pictures of cake balls! Beautiful. Your Oatmeal Cookies look yummy too. I like the idea of putting the pecan or chocolate chips in the middle.ReplyDelete
I did had fun, I took tons of picturesDelete
I have no words to describe this... lovely and tasty I think. <3ReplyDelete
They are so beautiful, Beti! I love the idea of putting frosting in the middle :)ReplyDelete
it really is the bestDelete
These are soooo cute and they look yummy!ReplyDelete
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These look amazing! I'm definitely going to make them in the next few weeks :)ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, so gorgeous! You = talented, muchly.ReplyDelete
These are adorable! Absolutely perfect for Valentine's day. I really need to try and make some cake balls myself!ReplyDelete
Love your little valentine cake balls. They look so cute and I'm sure they taste great.ReplyDelete
Hi Bet! Those pops look adorable and delicious! Love the little hearts on top :) Happy to be your newest follower!ReplyDelete
they look absolutely great!ReplyDelete
They look delicious and so, so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love the idea of a filling! Your cake balls are just perfect!!! I'd love if you'd link up to our chocolatelove blog hop :)ReplyDelete
Wow! They look absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
these are adorable and so well done. I will take a dozen please! LOL!ReplyDelete
Bet these look yummy and tempting!!! gloriaReplyDelete
Just wondering, how did you get rid of the rim of chocolate that accumulates at the bottom? Also, what kind (not flavour) of cake would you recommend for the crumble, if I'm going to buy it at a store?ReplyDelete
With the help of a toothpick and you can buy any soft cake that you likeDelete
These cake balls look great! Thanks for sharing x
These look absolutely perfect!! I recently made cake balls and couldn't believe what a hit they were. I'll have to try this combo soon. Thanks so much for linking up to my v-day blog hop! :-)ReplyDelete
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Cake Balls looks awesome...
Best Valentine Gifts Ever...
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