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Thread: Chocolate Covered Cake Balls Recipe

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    Post Chocolate Covered Cake Balls Recipe

    This is a dessert to die for! http://lovetosew.com/cake-balls-recipe.htm

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    Cake balls are a great thing. Helped DD make them last year for teacher appreciation week and everyone loved them.

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    DD made some this last weekend, for a auction fund raiser. She made it look so pretty . . . who won't want to bid for this!!!
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    a favorite to eat and gift here, too! the options are limitless.
    GrammyDwynn, your DD's tree is so cute! I would bid!

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    These are great. My daughter makes them and they are a big hit wherever she takes them.

    The recipe is so easy and versatile. You can use any flavor of cake mix and icing. Some combinations we've made are...chocolate cake/chocolate icing, white cake/chocolate icing, chocolate cake/white icing, strawberry cake/strawberry icing, spice cake/cream cheese icing. The possibilities are endless.

    And when you dip them, you can use chocolate or white chocolate, or try the colorful Wilton candy melts.
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