Red Velvet Cake Balls

Red velvet cake and cream cheese frosting mixed together, shaped into balls and covered in chocolate.

  • Pattie Tierney 7y

    I bought the needed ingredients today and will be making them over the weekend.
  • gentilemonique 7y

    gorgeous.. i wanted to know where you get the red velvet cake mix I've been looking for it everywhere and i cant seem to find it........ can you also use the chocolate coating to cover the cake ball and just add the flavoring or is it not the same sorry so many questions but i want everything to come out perfect for my lil girls party well close to perfect... thanks for your time
  • Bakerella 7y

    I get it at the grocery store. You can always make the cake balls with another flavor cake mix or even a homemade red velvet recipe if you can't find one in stores. It's adaptable.
  • tomandconnie2002 7y

    What an awsome idea!
  • Sunny Egan 7y

    I used your recipe and made these for my engagement party. Everyone thought they were from the bakery! And I have been hearing about them ever since. I just saw some of your other ideas and Im going to have to do the nutter butter balls next! You are amazing and a great inspiration!
  • Bakerella 7y

    Thanks tomandconnie

    sunnyrae - Congratulations. Glad you like them.
  • walkinonsunshine78 7y

    Oh! We had a fiesta a few days ago and one of my friends made them! She used dark chocolate!! It was so good. I think it would be so cute for baby showers if you changed the color of the chocolate.

    Love your recipe!
  • ~ ! @^ Kamal Raj Joshi ^@ ! ~ 7y

    hmm yummy !
  • vee's baking journal 7y

    Thanks again ... my kids love it ...... u're da best :D
  • starlitparlit 7y

    those look sooo good
  • Bakerella 7y

    walkinonsunshine78 - you can get pink and blue candy melts pretty easily.

    jk10976 - yes. yummy

    vee's baking journal - YAY!

    starlitparlit - thank you
  • joy Haines 7y

    thanks so much for putting the recipe on your webpage. I actually made some cake balls yesterday, mine were a big MESS!!! but still everyone LOVED them, and I have a feeling I am going to be making many more of them. (I didn't have the time to freeze them, so rolling them was a challenge.) I am sooo excited to have something to do with the extra cake and icing from making my cakes... instead of me eating it all! lol!
  • ♫ sheree 7y

    Hi Bakerella, thank you for this recipe! :) I tried making these tonight for my Halloween Potluck at work. I think my co-workers will be pleasantly surprised. I had such trouble with the candy melts though! Hehe, I started running out of chocolate near the end. Oh well, next time I will know better. :) Thanks for being such an inspiration! <3
  • karenah(corina) 6y

    Okay I tried to make them but mine didnt come out as smooth as yours!!! My baby didnt care she loved them!!!

  • Jeannette 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called I ♥ Chocolate!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Gabriella Carta (Italy) 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called AMIAMOCI, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    wonderful shot
  • Gabriella Carta (Italy) 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Class Act (Post 3 &comment on 3), and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • my3girls 6y

    Yummy. I just did some (with lollipop sticks) and decorated for halloween. Carrot cake with cream cheese frosting and strawberry cake with vanilla. My kids had SO much fun turning them into eyeballs!
  • caitlinzaino 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Urban Grocer, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Calidreams5 4y

    this looks delish!
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