Cake Balls Covering

Decorating By stlcakelady Updated 20 Dec 2008 , 7:22am by AKA_cupcakeshoppe

stlcakelady Posted 19 Dec 2008 , 3:36pm
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If any of you have seen April Reed's website, then you've noticed her chocolate cake studded with truffles. I'd like to make a chocolate cake and cover it with cake balls. How? Should I cover the cake in fondant, then stick them on with toothpicks? Can the cake be done in buttercream? I'm afraid that the weight of the balls will make them fall off? Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

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bashini Posted 19 Dec 2008 , 4:18pm
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Hi, haven't seen any cake like that. If you can post a photo, maybe we can help you out. icon_smile.gif

kakeladi Posted 19 Dec 2008 , 4:25pm
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I have not seen the cake you refere to either. It would be helpful if you can post a pic or link.
I have a feeling that it is super easy; you are making a big problem out of it when it is a very simple thingicon_smile.gif....... but until I actually see what you are talking about I can't say for sure.

Cakechick123 Posted 19 Dec 2008 , 5:20pm
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I made a cake that sound like what you are talking about. I used truffles, but Im sure cake balls will be very similar. Mine was covered in chocolate paste, and then I "glued" the truffles on using some melted chocolate. This wont work on a BC cake, there I would imagine your toothpick idea might be the best way.
Im attaching a pic of the cake I made


bobwonderbuns Posted 19 Dec 2008 , 5:27pm
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Who is April Reed? Do you have a link to this site and the cake you are speaking of?

stlcakelady Posted 19 Dec 2008 , 6:41pm
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It's I can't post the pic but she doesn't have a whole lot of cakes on the site. Just go to her main page and click on cakes. You'll see it.

mbt4955 Posted 19 Dec 2008 , 7:08pm
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That cake looks like they must be stuck on with toothpicks or wire.

AKA_cupcakeshoppe Posted 20 Dec 2008 , 7:22am
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riana, that cake is full awesome!

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