I haven't tried them yet. I made them last night for a coworker, strawberry cake and whipped strawberry frosting, dipped half in white chocolate and half in milk chocolate. They are gorgeous!!! I added pictures and will rate them once they get eaten :)
I have had this recipe saved for a while, but forgot about it. A friend mentioned a "Red Velvet Bon Bon" in her blog, and apparently these are THE hit among teachers at her children's school. When I asked for her recipe this is exactly what she gave me. I made this last night, to use as a part of a goodie basket. This candy is so good and decadent, yet so easy to put together. I have had issues with melting chocolate this week, so my red velvet cake balls turned out really ugly looking, but they taste phenomenal. These little gems are a 5 star and beyond. Thanks for such a delicious addition to my Christmas holiday goodies. Everyone should make these soon, you will not regret it!
These are fabulous! I used strawberry cake mix and vanilla frosting. They were very pretty once bit into! I just drizzled white chocolate on half of them; lack of time. Will definitely make again!
Great! I used lemon cake and icing, and they were amazing. I froze the balls for an hour before I coated them and it worked out well.
Took these to a pool party this weekend and they were a real hit. Even people who said they did not normally like lemon stuff, really liked these. I agree with the other reviewer that they were hard to coat with the almond bark, so I will try the suggestion of doing half next time, or rolling them all and re-chilling the balls. It was well worth it. Next time I am going to try strawberry, with chocolate almond bark. Delish!!!!
I made these today with a dark chocolate fudge cake mix, milk chocolate frosting and white chips. As others stated, when using the dark cake mix, the white chips do not cover the cake very well. The cake balls turned out WONDERFUL and sooo yummy! We will be making more of these very soon. Thanks for sharing the recipe!!
Wonderful recipe! I wanted to do something a little different instead of the same old-same old birthday cake for a friend. This fit the bill prefectly. I used a milk chocolate cake mix/milk chocolate frosting/white almond bark and then also tried butter pecan cake mix/cream cheese frosting/and white almond bark. Both were yummy. I had a few balls leftover that I didn't get covered in the almond bark so I just put those in a container in the fridge and then they were perfect for having with ice cream later on. Thanks for sharing this keeper!
Loved it! I thought it woudl be difficult but it was not that bad at all and my guests LOVED IT! :) I will make it again with the many versions:)
So different and so delicious! I made these with a friend and my daughter today in advance for the holidays. We baked a red velvet cake the night before and let it cool. Finished the cake balls today. They are so rich and delicious. The combinations you can make are endless. For those who don't know, you can by white melting chips in bags at the craft store in the cake/candy section for a good price. We melted ours in the microwave.
I have been looking for this recipe for the last hour and for the past two years. I am so happy I found this recipe!!! My friend gave me the recipe and I made cinnamon swirl cake with cream cheese frosting and red velvet cake with cream cheese frosting. They take a little bit of time but taste fantastic, addicting and they make great gifts.