German Chocolate Cake Balls

German Chocolate Cake Balls Recipe

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Nellie Ward


My sister gave me this recipe and the first time I made it every one was crazy about it. You can use different cake mix and frosting to make different type of balls. Red velvet with cream cheese frosting. Chocolate with chocolate frosting. Lemon with lemon frosting. What ever flavors your like.


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35 Min


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    german chocolate cake mix and ingredients on box
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    coconut pecan frosting
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    12 oz bag of chocolate chips and a small amount of paraffin wax

How to Make German Chocolate Cake Balls


  1. Make german chocolate cake as directed on box. Cool. Crumble cake and then add a can of Coconut pecan frosting. Mix well with hands, it will be messy. Roll into walnut size balls. Freeze or chill for 1 hour. It will make about 50 balls
  2. Melt a 12 oz bag of chocolate chips in a double boiler. Add a little paraffin wax to mixture. Dip cake balls into chocolate and let dry on wax paper.

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About German Chocolate Cake Balls

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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