German Chocolate Cake Balls are just another addition to my long list of German Chocolate favorites. If you have not made cake balls before, this recipe is a good one to start with. Typically, you can make them with cake mixes, canned frosting and dipping chocolate. How easy is that? Only 3 ingredients!
Valentines is just around the corner, and these would be a wonderful treat. These are fun to make with your children and Grandchildren like I did. We had so much fun making them and dipping them was the best. For some more wonderful Valentine treats look to the right on the sidebar.
German Chocolate Cake Balls
1 (15.25 oz) package Pillsbury German Chocolate Mix (including all the ingredients to make the cake)
1 (16 oz) tub Pillsbury Pecan Coconut Frosting
1 (24 oz) block Chocolate Almond Bark
Bake cake mix according to package directions. Cool on a wire rack until cool to the touch.
In a bowl of an electric mix, crumble baked cake. Add 1/2 of the tub of frosting. Using the paddle attachment, all together until blended.
Using a medium scoop to form cake mixture into balls. Roll into 1" balls and place on a cookie sheet.
After all the cake mixture has been rolled into balls, place the sheet pan in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
While cake balls are in the refrigerator, melt chocolate according to package directions.
Dipp chilled cake balls in the melted chocolate using a fork. Tap the fork against the bowl to release excess chocolate and place on a lined sheet pan to harden.
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