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Can cake balls be frozen?

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OK so I got a real big craving for some chocolate cake balls so I made them. I only ate about 2 or 3....ok maybe 10 icon_biggrin.gif . Anyway there's no way I will eat any more so can I freeze them? They have already been dipped in chocolate and are in the fridge. Should I put them in freezer bags, or a storage container? I have to attend a baby shower on Sept. 11th, and I'm thinking I want to take them so others can eat them. I think they should be OK...right? Thanks in advance for any help recieved!
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I have frozen them before without any problems. I put mine in a vacum sealer and in the freezer. let them come to room temp to thaw. HTH
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