Bake your favorite sheet cake (I've used chocolate, red velvet, & white) - today, I used chocolate
Once your cake is baked and completely cool, you are going to crumble into fine crumbs. You could use a food processor, but I simply use my hands - as it crumble easily.
Once it is crumbled, you will want to add a generous dollop of vanilla frosting. I have used chocolate frosting, but it gets too sweet for my taste. Stir until no trace of white remains.
Once you are done mixing, your cake/frosting mixture will have the consistency of cookie dough. I use a small ice cream scoop to ensure a uniform size of cake ball. So, simply start scooping and placing in a pan - I use the 9 x 13 pan I used to bake the cake in. Cuts down on clean up!
Once the cake balls are all formed, you can either leave them as is, but this time I found these fun lollipop sticks at Wal Mart, which will go great with my 4th of July theme!
On Wednesday, I will be dipping them in red, white, & blue candy melts and adding patriotic sprinkles. I will be back on Thursday to show you how it all turns out!
What are you up to for the fourth?
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