The only hard part it not eating them all before you’re done making them.
My mom made some cake balls for Easter yesterday, and they looked so good that I wanted to make some, too, but Annie-friendly style.
Things you need:
- Betty Crocker Gluten-free Yellow Cake Mix (which needs water, margarine, gluten-free vanilla, and eggs)
- Vanilla frosting
- White or semi-sweet chocolate chips
- Cake pan
- Mixing bowls (one large, one small)
- Wax paper
Step 1: Make your cake according to the directions on the box
Step 2: Gather materials for innards
Step 3: Throw cake into large mixing bowl
Step 4: Crumble it up
Step 5: Add 1/2 can of frosting
Step 6: Roll into balls and refrigerate for 30 minutes
Step 7: Put chocolate into smaller mixing bowl and melt
For those for you (like myself) who don't know how to melt chocolate in the microwave without burning it, microwave it for 30 seconds, stir, and repeat until totally melted.
Step 8: Roll the cake balls around in the melted chocolate until totally coated
Step 9: Put them on the wax paper to dry. I stuck them in the fridge to dry the chocolate faster
Step 10: ENJOY!