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post #31 of 39
Very interesting, I never heard of baking them...
Is that with store bought icing mixed in or homemade buttercream???
sounds good whatever it is.. icon_smile.gif
thanks for posting,
Jodi
post #32 of 39
Thanks Jan!!! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #33 of 39
I am so glad I ran across this! I have cake balls in my future so I'm going to give this a try. thumbs_up.gif
post #34 of 39
Did you rebake the cake balls made from a mix or scratch?
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post #35 of 39
sounds interesting.....I attempted cake balls once.....but the texture was gross. I might just have to retry them icon_lol.gif
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post #36 of 39
I like to crumble my cake scraps, spread them on a cookie sheet and bake them on low for a few minutes until the crumbs are dried out good. I then mix in some Captain Morgan's Parrot Bay Cocconut rum. Add enough to make them into cake balls. Drizzle them with some chocolate or roll them in some powedered sugar and you have my favorite "adult" cake balls. I found they taste best with yellow cake although I've made these with several different cakes.

~Kim
post #37 of 39
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Originally Posted by kimbordeaux

I like to crumble my cake scraps, spread them on a cookie sheet and bake them on low for a few minutes until the crumbs are dried out good. I then mix in some Captain Morgan's Parrot Bay Cocconut rum. Add enough to make them into cake balls. Drizzle them with some chocolate or roll them in some powedered sugar and you have my favorite "adult" cake balls. I found they taste best with yellow cake although I've made these with several different cakes.

~Kim

Sounds delish! So you don't dip them to cover them in chocolate?
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post #38 of 39
What a great idea! I love my cake balls, but will try baking them too and see how they taste.
post #39 of 39
LindaF144,
I don't dip mine in chocolate just because I don't think alcohol and chocolate would mix well in my stomach. I drizzle a little chocolate on them or roll them in powdered sugar. Do try them!

~Kim
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