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post #16 of 26
good luck! Hope it goes well!




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post #17 of 26
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post #18 of 26
Hi Newtodecorating -

I'm a little confused on cake ball dipping with the ice cube tray. Could you explain it a little further? It sounds really good, but I can't picture it.

Are you dipping them all at once?

Thanks,
Phyllis
post #19 of 26
Boy.....cake balls are on everybody's minds today....lol
I've yet to make any (hopefully this weekend...thats the plan)
I thought I read in posts at some point the someone was putting cake balls in the oven for a little to firm them up....maybe that would help your lemon ones. I don't know what temp or for how long tho....maybe someone could help with that one!
good luck!
post #20 of 26
Instead of dipping them I have use a ice cube tray as a mold. Line it with choc. , let it set, then fill with the cake ball mixture and top with more choc. They pop right out when you turn the tray over, just like a candy mold.
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post #21 of 26
sundine- I just made some cake balls with yellow cake and mixed in coconut, chopped marashchino cherries, and finely diced walnuts, and will either roll these in powdered sugar or dip in chocolate. Tasted one on the way to the freezer and 'twas so yummy! My yellow cake scraps were already so moist that all I added as far as liquid was a light drizzle of cherry juice. HTH!

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post #22 of 26
I made cake balls with yellow cake, orange zest and orange liquer. I also made eggnog with eggnog coffee creamer, conf sugar, and a little nutmeg. Mexican hot chocolate with yellow cake, cocoa, conf sugar, cinnamon, ancho powder and cayenne pepper.
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post #23 of 26
I make the yellow with hazelnut creamer and mini-choc. chips and then dip into choc. They taste kind of like marzipan.
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post #24 of 26
hi everyone, well i made cakeballs for the first time tonight, and i didnt follow any recipe either, i just combined all the cake i had and man are they yummy, ... ok first i had quite a bit of dark fruit cake, a small amount of caramel mud cake and a small amount of choc- hazelnut mudcake. so i just combined the lot with some vanilla buttercream( i didnt think they would tast too good with all those flavores) but they are yummo, i call them my christmas cake balls cause of the amount of fruit cake in them.... i froze them also then dipped in white choc..... i am just gonna keep experimenting with these little gems,... whoever came up with the idea is a genious.... YUM
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post #25 of 26
I'm going to try the ice cube tray, it sounds like a great idea.

But has anyone used anything else as a mold when you have a lot of cake balls to make? It's so time consuming to dip one at a time when you have lots and lots of them to dip!

Thanks.

Phyllis
post #26 of 26
Oh, wow, I love the ice cube tray idea. I just bought some silicone dolphin ice cube trays when I was up at the CIA in October, so I will definitely have a new use for them! Thanks for telling us about using the trays as molds!

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