I made these brownie, cake, coconut pecan frosting and chocolate liqueur truffle balls, dipped them in chocolate and served them during the Christmas holidays. They were a huge hit with everyone! In the photo, they are shown dipped in both dark and milk chocolate and decorated with both red and green sprinkles and sparkling sugar. They could easily be decorated in color combinations for any holiday, special occasions or to showcase your favorite team colors. And don't skip the foil or paper candy cup liners - they are the finishing touch that makes these look so professional!
Preheat oven to 350ºF. Spray a 9x13-inch baking pan with non-stick cooking spray.
In large bowl, combine brownie mix, coffee, vegetable oil and eggs: stir with spoon or whisk until mixture is combined and smooth. Spread in prepared pan.
Bake 28 to 31 minutes. Cool for 40 minutes or until they feel room temperature to the touch.
Cut brownies into large squares. Using your hands, crumble the squares into a large bowl. Slice up pound cake; crumble slices over brownie mixture in bowl.
In a small bowl, combine the frosting and liqueur, stirring until well blended. Pour over brownie and cake mixture in bowl. With hands or large spoon, toss mixture until well mixed. Refrigerate, covered with foil or plastic wrap, for 1 hour or until mixture is firm enough to roll into balls.
Line a large rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Roll chilled mixture into 1-inch balls and place on cookie sheet. Cover with plastic wrap and freeze for 1 hour or until firm to the touch. They can be frozen overnight, if desired.
Melt candy melts in microwave according to directions on package. Use two forks to hold and dip each frozen ball into the melted chocolate until completely covered. Gently shake off excess chocolate and use one fork to gently push the coated ball off the other fork back on to the baking sheet. Immediately sprinkle with colored sugar or sprinkles as the chocolate will set up fast on the frozen balls.
Place balls in candy cup liners. Store in layers, separated by waxed paper, in a covered container.