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Homemade Christmas Candy - Chocolate Covered Cake Balls

Chocolate Covered Cake Balls Recipe
Chocolate covered "cake balls", or also known as "cake pops", "cake bon-bons", or even "cake truffle" are super easy to make and very delicious! They are so moist and just about melt in your mouth. 

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      You'll need decorating gloves for this recipe. Bake any boxed cake according to the directions. (We use a rich dark chocolate cake mix.) Once the cake has cooled break it up into very small pieces, the size of crumbs, in a bowl. Add one can of your favorite icing, (Betty Crocker White Fluffy Icing works best for us.) Mix the cake and icing with a spoon until it forms a nice moist mixture. Using the gloves or a spoon, which ever works best for you, form the cake and icing mixture into small balls about 1" in size. Place on wax paper or parchment on a cookie tray. Place tray in freezer.

      While the cake balls are in the freezer melt the chocolate wafers to the correct consistency. Turn off the heat and remove pan from stove. Make sure your chocolate is not too hot and thin. Using a spoon roll the cake balls one at a time in the melted chocolate. Then transfer back to the tray with the paper to harden.


     Once the chocolate covered cake balls are nice and hard you may package them. They look nice and festive arranged on a pretty antique pedestal dish with Christmas greenery surrounding it. You can store them in a sealed container in the freezer until ready to eat.



Our Favorite Chocolate Wafers for Candy Making is Merckens!!!

YUMMY! Even the white chocolate Merckens are the best!

Our Other Favorite, Ghirardelli's!

Wilton's chocolate is not our favorite for taste, but if you are on a tight budget, it's great!


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