So I follow a few bakeries on Instagram but don't want to come right out and ask them... As to not offend them I would just like to know how to so it myself. What are these little balls in these mini cups below? I want to have some on my daughters table for her birthday but I have no idea what it's called or where to buy it for that matter. If it helps I am in Ontario Canada so if anyone knows where to buy that would be great! I just don't know if it's chocolate, or candy or ice cream or what?..
Thanks in advance
ASorry here are he pics
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I think they are candy coated chocolate balls. They have them in Party City (a party store here in the States) in all different colors & I've even seen them in Walmart in baking aisle. Not sure where you would get them in Canada though.
AI am in Ontario, too. I order stuff from either Golda's Kitchen or Flour Confections; they both have what you are looking for.
Edit: Just noticed you are in Toronto. You could pretty easily go to Golda's Kitchen to get them and save the shipping cost. Their store is in Mississauga.
ALooks like freeze dried ice cream balls to me...neopolitan flavors
AThink they are little candy dragees. I'm in Ontario, also, Burlington. I just bought some at Bulk Barn last week. They come in several colours. Green, white, pink, etc.
AThanks everyone for your input.
I don't think they are the candy coated chocolate balls because at one table they are served with a spoon, and well I don't think you can just bite into a mouth fills of candy balls.
They may be little ice cream frozen balls however the only thing I have seen similar to that is called dippin dots and they are much tinier?... Unless someone has seen balls a tad larger than dippin dots?
As you wish .... I think you may be right, do you think they are the 'crispearls' at Golda's kitchen?
I have shopped at mccalls, goldas(online), and flower confections but I've only ever seen the candy balls.
What do you think?
AThe reason I'm thinking its those from Golda's kitchen is because in the description it says its a cereal crunch type center covered in chocolate. And I definately think you can take a small bite of those! :)