Eyeball Cake Balls

Eyeball Cake Balls - perfect for any Halloween party! blog.candiquik.com

Just wondering…do you live in or near the Twin Cities? If so…you will see THESE Eyeball Cake balls featured on TELEVISION fairly soon.

To be more specific, I will be making these on t.v. very soon.

As in today (October 19th) at 3 p.m. CST!

Along with John and Elizabeth from Twin Cities Live

Slightly nervous?

It’s just live t.v. afterall…

Until I slip, fall and spill Candiquik everywhere, or say something that sounds completely idiotic.

You think about these things when you’re going to be on t.v.

I do anyways.

So in the case that I run off the set before these get made…I thought I would share them here first, Eyeball Cake Balls!

Just kidding. I’m completely confident that everything will go smooth. Kinda. Sorta.

Wish me luck & I’ll be posting the link to the Twin Cities Live episode soon so you can all see!

UPDATE: Here is the Twin Cities Live Episode of us making these Eyeball Cake Balls:

 

In the mean time – spooky treats.

Eyeball Cake Balls - perfect for any Halloween party! blog.candiquik.com

 

Eyeball Cake Balls
 
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Serves: 40
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Creepy eyeball cake balls, perfect for any Halloween party!
Ingredients
  • 1 box cake mix (plus ingredients required for cake)
  • 8 oz. cake frosting
  • 2 (16 oz.) packages Vanilla CANDIQUIK® Coating
  • Life Savers Gummy Savers®
  • Mini M&M® candies
  • Red cake writing icing
Instructions
  1. Prepare and bake cake mix as directed on box; cool completely.
  2. Crumble cake into a large bowl. Add frosting and mix thoroughly.
  3. Roll mixture into 1″ sized balls. Chill for approximately 1-2 hours in the refrigerator.
  4. Melt CANDIQUIK in tray according to directions on package.
  5. Dip cake balls in CANDIQUIK and place on wax paper. Before dry, press 1 Gummy Saver candy in the center of each cake ball. Place a mini M&M in the middle of the gummy saver.
  6. Once completely set, use cake writing icing to pipe red lines on the sides of the cake ball.

 

TIP: If cake bites become too soft or are not holding their shape while being dipped, place back in the refrigerator for 20-30 minutes.

Eyeball Cake Balls - perfect for any Halloween party! blog.candiquik.com

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      Hi Sharon, I drop each cake ball directly in the tray of CandiQuik, then using a spoon, I pour the coating over the cake ball and then carefully scoop the cake ball out (let the excess coating drip off) and place on wax paper. Hope this clears it up – much easier than cake pops ;)

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