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post #16 of 29
Wow! Thanks for sharing. Excellent idea!
post #17 of 29
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post #18 of 29
Thanks for the turorial!!!
post #19 of 29
What a neat idea! I have a ton of molds that I can try this with. I have been so used to only using them for the oreos, I never dreamed of using them for cake balls...lol.

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post #20 of 29
Thanks ! I have tons of choc molds ! Great idea !
post #21 of 29
Do you need to add anything to the cake before you put it into the mold?
post #22 of 29
Spinning Leaf has some molds that I've been thinking of getting for making cake balls/truffles. I think they will give a neater appearance than dipping, which I just can't get neat enough to make me happy.

daisy114....I mix my cake with either a little bit of leftover frosting or raspberry jam...just enough to get the cake to stick together. If it's moist, even just a few drops of flavoring (like peppermint) is enough to do the trick. icon_smile.gif
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post #23 of 29
I just found this thread. I attempted cakeballs last night for the first time. I did bakerella's cupcake pops. They turned out ok but I knew there had to be an easier, more clean way to do this! Thanks so much for the tutorial! I'm so much better with pics to go along! thumbs_up.gificon_biggrin.gif
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post #24 of 29
Gracias Suky por el tutorial. Los voy a hacer más rápido que volando.
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post #25 of 29
Gracias Suky por el tutorial. Los voy a hacer más rápido que volando.
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but sometimes, that changes everything.
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post #26 of 29
Awesome! I've been making cake balls (I call them bonbons) with leftover cake or cupcakes that are a day or two old and get dry. I always add a tablespoon or two of coconut milk to mine, makes everything nice and moist and tastes so yummy icon_smile.gif
I have a mold similar to the one used in these pictures. Guess what I'm doing this weekend....
lol!
post #27 of 29
My curiosity is piqued. Where can I find this tutorial? I love making cake balls, but I would love to find an easier, less messy way.
post #28 of 29
Wow, thank you for this. I would have never thought to use a mold.

This will definately make things much easier for Christmas gifts.

Thanks
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