Cake Balls!

Baking By nicoles0305 Updated 12 Dec 2010 , 9:01pm by LaurenLuLu

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nicoles0305 Posted 12 Dec 2010 , 6:04pm
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What is the trick to making them taste good?

I've tried them in the past and they came out not necessarily tasting bad, but not exactly the texture I was expecting. Is there a trick to them that I don't know? I mixed frosting with the leftover scraps from my cakes. The scraps obviously turned to crumbs and the resulting texture I found to be disgusting!

Help please? I would love to make some of these that actually taste good!

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LogansMommie Posted 12 Dec 2010 , 6:23pm
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You have to be careful not to add too much frosting or your end result will pretty much taste like raw doughy cake. Sometimes my cake is moist enough that I don't need frosting. Some others on here have said they just use a small amount of flavored creamer.

If you do end up needing something to bind it with - I would use the smallest amount of frosting possible just to bind it together. The cake "truffles" I made are always the hit of every event! icon_smile.gif

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LisaPeps Posted 12 Dec 2010 , 6:26pm
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There is a thread on here about rebaking the balls before dipping them in chocolate, give that a try with a couple of testers. Ill try and find the thread but in the mean time you can experiment with temp and time. HTH

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LaurenLuLu Posted 12 Dec 2010 , 9:01pm
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I agree, VERY little frosting or else they will be pasty mushy gross. You can also make them easily out of brownies because they're so moist. I said moist!! Hate that word.. lol

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