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Cake Balls: More Than 60 Delectable and Whimsical Sweet Spheres of Goodness Hardcover – September 18, 2012
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Most recipes for “cake balls” that I have seen are from the cake mix and canned frosting creations – but not these. These have a homemade flavor that you just can’t beat…
The beginning of the book “Baking and Creating Fabulous Cake Balls” (page 12) is essential reading to those who want to know more about how to make foolproof cake balls. Tips and tricks included are ingredients, equipment, techniques and other “lessons” that are a must read. I found it very interesting.
The book continues “The Basic Recipes” which includes just that – the basic recipes for the cakes and frostings that are used in the recipes that follow. “Yellow Buttermilk Cake” (page 29), “Red Velvet Cake” (page 33), “Banana Cake” (page 36), “Milk Chocolate Brownies” (page 38), “Cream Cheese Frosting” (page 40), “White Chocolate Ganache” (page 43) and “Pastry Cream” (page 46) are just some examples.
The “cake balls” start on page 48 and are filled with fun and flavor. “After-Dinner Chocolate-Mint Cake Balls” (page 49) are a delicious and fun twist on the after dinner mint that is served at the end of dinner parties.
“Apple Pie Cake Balls” (page 50) are a fabulous twist on apple pie! Who would have thought about an apple pie – cake ball!? Genius.Read more ›
I also used the white cake recipe and added fresh cranberries, baked as directed and then made cranberry cake balls without any other binder, just crushing the cake and the cranberries. I covered them in red Wilton chocolate and put dried cranberries on top. They were amazing.
In the future I will use her cake recipes for regular cakes, they are perfect.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book. It came quickly, and full of fantastic pictures and instructions. Love it.Published 10 months ago by Chrissy
Love this cookbook with so many recipes and ideas. Shipped fast and the book is in great shape for second hand.Published 11 months ago by Lori Mc
Very informative. She gives great advice about what kinds and brands of ingredients to use as well as where you can find them.Published 13 months ago by Rebecca Pizzuti