Sunday, December 13, 2015

Birthday Cake Truffles

Am I the only one who is finding it hard to believe it's mid December?  Crazy, where did this year go?  Besides being close to the end of the year and the holidays, the second week of December is Secret Recipe Club time! I'm excited to be rejoining Secret Recipe Club Group B!!, Thanks to Group C for a fun 2016!

For December Secret Recipe Club, I was assigned Amy's Cooking Adventures, Amy says she loves to cook and bake, decorate cakes and cookies. She also says she despises housecleaning and calls her look "organized chaos". Amy, that is my kind of housecleaning. Amy's blog features a wonderful assortment of sweet and savory recipes, stop by and check it out.

For me, SRC posts are usually sweets. Tim has a food day at work every few weeks, so I'm always looking for recipes. Since, food days are usually to celebrate his coworkers birthday's, these Birthday Cake Truffles were the perfect treat. These truffles are easy to put together, even forming the balls didn't take too long. Dipping them in chocolate is a bit time consuming but I find using a fork to rest them on, helps with the process. I also added a bit of shortening to thin the chocolate just a bit, making the dipping process a little easier.These could easily be dipped in milk or dark chocolate, sprinkled with red and green sugar for holiday parties or gifting.




Birthday Cake Truffles
Recipe Courtesy of Amy's Cooking Adventures

1 Box of FunFetti Cake Mix
1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk
12 oz Milk, Dark or White Chocolate or Almond Bark

In the bowl of an electric mixer, combine cake mix and sweetened condensed milk. Mix on low speed until combined. The batter will be very thick.Prepare a cookie sheet with waxed paper. Roll the batter into 1-inch balls and place on the waxed paper. Refrigerate for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, melt the chocolate in a double boiler or in the microwave. Dip each cake ball into the chocolate and place on a second cookie sheet lined with waxed paper. Decorate with sprinkles. Refrigerate the candies until the chocolate is hardened. Move to desired containers and refrigerate leftovers.


8 comments:

  1. These sound super! You are right, they can easily become holiday treats. Great SRC choice. I had your blog this month, Julie! You have some great recipes. It was hard to choose. I made your Peppermint Meltaways..... Delicious!

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  2. Bet they were gobbled up in no time:@)

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  3. These would definitely go down easy with a nice cup of coffee! And they look so holidayish they'd be perfect for a homemade Christmas gift. Happy holidays!

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  4. Those are adorable, Julie. Thanks for sharing with the SRC.

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  5. So pretty! You can never go wrong with sprinkles and cake batter in my world.

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  6. I am so glad you enjoyed the recipe! They're definitely a favorite in this house!

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  7. I'm sure my little guys would love these for their birthday!

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  8. My grands love anything funfetti! I'm going to bake some with my granddaughter Annahlise who loves to try new things. Thanks Julie and Merry Christmas to you and Tim.

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