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post #16 of 1361
Well I'll just chime in -- if y'all make a google doc with the recipes, I'll add it to the Recipe Links Are Here thread (in my signature.) icon_biggrin.gif
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post #17 of 1361
The oreos are crushed with cream cheese mixed in and then dipped in chocolate, they are good! I remember seeing a video on youtube about them and I tried them. Also the cookies that are the chocolate bars, they have Resses and peppermint patties ect would be great as well.
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post #18 of 1361
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bobwonderbuns- i will be sure to make one when we really get going!!


Wow awesome ideas everyone!!!!! lets keep this going!!


Personally ive gotten to the point with my cake balls where they arent scraps, they are whole cakes!!!

And I know most of use know about Bakerella, but for those of you who dont... she has TONS of ideas, check out her website, bakerella.com.


Ok what about those of use who sell them... how much do you charge and such?
post #19 of 1361
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ps! here are the peanut butter ones I made last night!

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post #20 of 1361
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we have been approched to publish our combos... just want to make sure everyone is ok with that!!!!
post #21 of 1361
There was one combo my cake club played with a while back and it was TO DIE FOR!! We used some WASC cake with coconut coffee creamer (liquid) and rolled the cake balls in shredded coconut. It was awesome! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #22 of 1361
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awesome that sounds greaT!!
post #23 of 1361
well, I'll add the flavors I do most often (that haven't been mentioned)

Lemon Supreme-Lemon cake, lemon sleeve filling to bind, white choc. coating(yellow drizzle)

Pumpkin spice-spice cake w/ pureed pumpk. added, pumpkin spice creamer to bind, butterscotch coating(orange drizzle)

Chocolate Cherry swirl-Choc. cake w/ cherry pie filling to bind, dk. choc. coating (red drizzle)


White choc. raspb.-white chocolate cake, raspb. sleeve filling to bind, white choc. coating (red drizzle)

Creme Brulee-yellow cake w/ van. caramel creamer to bind (I use powdered, lots, and some liquid to bind), white choc. coating with a small amount of butterscotch added.

Other favorites are choc. or van. cake balls dipped in choc. then rolled in coconut

dipped in chocolate then rice krispies, then chocolate again

dipped in chocolate, roll in chopped nuts
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post #24 of 1361
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KHalstead- wow those sound so great!! I will add them to my list to try!!

but how do you make sleeve fillings?
post #25 of 1361
Wow..interesting thread..I love cake balls!
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post #26 of 1361
I'm so happy to see this thread--I just made cake balls myself for the 1st time this week-they were DELICIOUS--but I have a few questions...

What size do you guys make them? I feel like I made mine too big (like golf ball size)--because when you take a bite they fall off the stick--I guess they should be bite size??

When I took them out of the freezer and dipped them in chocolate, the chocolate cracked on most of them as they dried...the ones that were NOT fresh from the freezer were OK...do you guys have any dipping tips?

the ones that came out OK I used to make cake ball bouquets for a bake sale...they were cute
post #27 of 1361
Okay I have a question about cake balls which use the liquid coffee creamer as a binder: Do y'all keep them refrigerated? How long do they last? I know it sounds funny to ask that since I just posted a cake ball recipe that has liquid creamer in it, but you know how hubbies can be when there's sugar involved... icon_rolleyes.gif Needless to say, they didn't last the night! icon_lol.gif
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post #28 of 1361
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CakeDiane- Golf ball is too big! try a melon baller icon_smile.gif Also How Frozen are they when you dipp them?? too cold will cause it to crack.... try just refrigerating them
post #29 of 1361
Thanks CakeDiva--a melon baller does sound like a perfect size...thanks for the refrigeration tip too--can't wait to try making them again!
post #30 of 1361
Cake-diva...I sell mine for $10 a dzn
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