Friday, February 27, 2009

More Cake Balls! Yummmm!!

Over the holidays I made tons of cake balls, I used chocolate cake & lemon cake. This time I wanted to try something new, so I used a vanilla cake mix & it was wonderful. When I made the cake I added a few pinches (that's how I measure) of cinnamon & vanilla extract. I always bake the cake the night before, let it cool, cut in in half, and seal it in a Ziploc bag. This makes the cake really soft & easy to work with.

When it came time to prepare I took half the cake, crumbled it in a bowl, and added the frosting. I use a butter cream frosting & this time I mixed it with Amaretto. When adding the frosting, I add a little bit at a time until I'm happy with the consistency.

After that I ball up the cake and put them in the freezer for 2-3 hours. Then it's time for dipping and decorating.

Cake with frosting
Cake Balls ready for the freezer
Frosting & Amaretto

Pretty Easter cups I got from Michaels

Into the freezer they go. In a few days I plan on making a batch with chocolate cake & white chocolate, once those are done, it's off to Kansas they go.


Joe of St. Thérèse said...

Those look much too good for pictures, good thing I didn't give up sweets for Lent.

Marilyn said...

Yum - I am going to have to come back to these for Easter treats. I wonder if they would work with a white chocolate frosting. May have to leave out the Amaretto for the kids?!!

Heidi said...

Wow, Rita. Those look beautiful and delicious!! Good work. Hope you are having a lovely weekend.

Rita said...


You can use just about any flavor combo that you prefer. They're almost always a success.

Aunt Laura said...

Those look s so scrumptous.

Mama said...

What Holly and I want to know is...
If you made those on friday....How come we didn't see any being passed around on Sunday? Or is Paul substituting cake balls for cheese? LOL

Ruthie said...

Jack and I got to have some! But of course we drove out there and stole them. HAHA

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