Cake Balls Chocolate Cracking

ing Pops NEW by I have been making cake balls for years and have NEVER had them on me before until today. This is the first time I’ve used MERCKENS..I’ve found that the cake and the dipping liquid have to be as close to the same temperature as possible before you start dipping. I tried dipping the frozen cake balls into melted chocolate and that’s what gave me the mosting..Cake balls are bite sized morsels made of crumbled cake held together with icing. Once you have formed the balls, dip them in melted chocolate or candy coating..My main problem is when I dip the cake balls in the chocolate the chocolate layers on to thick and heavy. I have tried to dip fast, dip slow, dip in deep dish but there is to much chocolate every time! UGH. Any suggestions? Reply. Sarah @s CandiQuik says. Thursday, March , am. Hi Heather, thanks for the comment. That’s strange that it’s too thick make sure that you .

Red Velvet Cake Balls. I first tasted these two years ago at a Christmas party and immediately had to have the recipe. It’s based on a mix, but I imagine you can follow the same directions subs.uting from scratch cake and frosting I’ll try that one day ..These cake balls taste amazing, but be prepared to put some labor into them. This recipe has sugar coated everything. Couple tips Use white or chocolate Almond Bark not chocolate chips for the .

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