I got the recipe for mine from Yellowjacket on this website. They are sooooo goood!!!
Thanks so much to yellowjacket for sharing. I have made a few batches and have kind of come up with the formula that works best for me.
I like to use a regular BC cake mix in triple chocolate fudge. You can use any flavor you want and just play with the flavorings. Bake it in 2- 8 or 9" round pans. Allow to cool completely. Crumble one layer (1/2 of a baked box cake) into a bowl and add about 4 tablespoons of liquid (give or take. I have used Kahlua and Amarretto and hazelnut syrup). Toss cake mix and liquid together to distribute the liquid evenly. Then melt approximately 4 oz of chocolate candy melts and pour over this mixture. You can use a spoon but I prefer to mix by (very clean) hands so I can feel the texture and "wetness". You can add little bits of liquid flavoring or chocolate if they need to be wetter. I find that I easily get a nice ball of "dough" that holds together with the above combo.
Pinch off uniform amounts or use spoon or watermelon baller to get uniform sizes. Roll into nice balls onto parchment or waxed paper. Allow to set in fridge for a few minutes until they are more firm. Melt more chocolate candy melts over low heat or in microwave and use a toothpick to skewer it and dip in chocolate. Place back on waxed paper to set up.
Drizzle any other melts onto tops for decoration or sprinkle with nuts or other fun stuff before they are set.
I find that these get even better if they sit overnight in the fridge. The flavors all marry togehter, and let me tell you, the alcohol is more flavorfull after a night in the fridge!
They are truly a taste sensation. Wouldn't a tower of these be fun for a "wedding cake". They are so cute and "poppable" you just can't stop!
Hope this turns out as well as it has for me. L-L-L-L OVE these!