Champagne Cake Balls Recipe

This recipe is fun and easy! It’s perfect for a New Years Eve dessert. This recipe serves 40 people.

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You will need:

1 Box of Funfetti Cake Mix

3 Egg Whites

1  and 1/4 cups of Champagne or Non-Alcoholic Apple Cider

1/3 cup of Canola Oil

Gold and Silver Sprinkles

1 Package of Creamy Vanilla Frosting


Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a medium bowl mix together the cake mix, egg whites, canola oil, and champagne. You can use a mixer or just a whisk. Spray a circle pan with Pam and then pour the batter in. Bake it in the oven for 25 minutes or until the middle is cooked. Once the cake is done, set it out to cool. The cake needs to cool entirely before you start breaking it apart with your hands. I baked the cake the night before and just broke it apart in the morning.

To break it apart transfer the cake to a large bowl. Add 1/2 a cup of frosting and combine the frosting with the cake. I added another 1/3 cup of frosting to give it the perfect texture.

Next you roll the cake mixture, with your hands, into 1 tbsp size balls. Place the balls onto a tray and slide it into the refrigerator for an hour.

After they’ve been in the fridge for at least an hour you can take them out and prep them to be dipped in white chocolate. Microwave the blocks of chocolate in a microwave safe bowl for 45 seconds. Take it out, stir it, and put it back in for 15 more seconds. Once completely melted, dip each ball into the bowl. Use a fork to cover the entire ball, then place them on a plate. Hurry and sprinkle the sprinkles onto the balls before the chocolate hardens. Continue to do this until all the balls are done. Once they’re all done, you’ll be able to take them off the plate and place them on a more decorative one. Cover them with clear plastic rap and place them in the fridge to chill for an hour.

After an hour they are ready to serve! Enjoy!

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All photo by: Bismarie Plasencia

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