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She needs to reach 250 pre-sale orders by April 8th.

Pay only $1 to reserve your Roller before prices go up!

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wow.. looks too cool! what a HUGE time saver.. totally ingenious! hmmm could be my next new toy.. but I'll have to let hubby recover from the shock of my agbay purchase which he knows nothing about yet icon_surprised.gif
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post #3 of 103
I despise making cake pops, but even I want one just because it's so cool... LOL.
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And since these are all cake, those people who object to the somewhat mushy texture of the usual cake balls might like these. I have a customer thinking about ordering 750 cake balls from me. If they do, you can bet I'm ordering this!
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I emailed the company to ask how many they have sold so far. I will report when they answer.

I have never made a large quantity, but I am listening to those of you who have. I have a bad wrist. It doesn't bother me if I don't aggravate it.
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Just a thought... this may be a marketing ploy, obviously to finance first production. The price may not actually increase after that date. Plus when the urgency is gone, sales will drop, possibly prompting a price freeze.
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Originally Posted by leah_s

And since these are all cake, those people who object to the somewhat mushy texture of the usual cake balls might like these. I have a customer thinking about ordering 750 cake balls from me. If they do, you can bet I'm ordering this!



Actually, I don't think that is a straight up cake - looks like they have just formed the cake/icing mush into a square so it fits in the machine properly.
post #8 of 103
How cool is that?! Makes me want to try cake balls again.
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Poor Man's Cake Ball Roller ...

For those of you who make many, but not tons, of cake balls and can't afford this new invention .... I was seriously thinking about purchasing "Meatball Magic". It's an As Seen On TV product that is basically a square plastic grid with nine square openings.

You roll out the dough (or meat icon_razz.gif ). Press the grid into the flattened out dough. Remove the excess dough. Then roll the grid around until you have nine balls. The size of the balls would be determined by how thick or thin you roll out the dough.

I once bought it for my aunt who is famous for her Swedish Meatballs and I've been thinking if it can work for meatballs, why not cake balls!

If I do get it I'll let you know how it goes. But if you try it first, let me know what you think!

Otherwise, this new invention the OP shared with us (Thank you OP!) looks great, but too expensive for me right now.
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Funny Tabby I had the exact same thought but I had seen one similiar on QVC or HSN.
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I got excited when I saw the info on meatball magic. I can't afford the cake ball maker. I googled it and a tv station reviewed it on a "does it work' segment and it received a "N0" for meatballs anyway.
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This is amazing. Wow. I'll be watching my friends at Cake Central to see how it works for everyone, but that could be on this years wish list!
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Originally Posted by audrey0522

I got excited when I saw the info on meatball magic. I can't afford the cake ball maker. I googled it and a tv station reviewed it on a "does it work' segment and it received a "N0" for meatballs anyway.
http://www.kltv.com/global/story.asp?S=1820732



I saw that too. But I think it depends on the texture. If you look at the video for the item the OP posted about, the cake ball dough is very firm. I think I firm dough would work in the Meatball Magic. And conversely a wet dough wouldn't work in either contraption. Too wet would make the dough stick to everything.

But who knows! This is why we all have sooooo many gadgets. You gotta buy and try. What works for some, is a disaster for others. We can only post our opinions and hope it helps! icon_biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by galliesway

Funny Tabby I had the exact same thought but I had seen one similiar on QVC or HSN.



Yes! I originally saw it on QVC too. That's where I purchased it for my Aunt. That channel makes me buy waaaaay too much stuff! icon_lol.gif
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This was an eye opener! icon_eek.gif I remember having bought the Magic Meatball from WalMart years ago thinking , 'Oh, this looks like a fun thing.' I just LOVE gadgets & have so many. Anyway, I just looked & low & behold, there was my Magic Meatball....still in the orginial box & never been used. I'll try using it for cakeballs next time I am in the need of making some & see if it works. See, hang onto your "Stuff"...you never know when you are going to need it. icon_lol.gif
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