Red Velvet Cake Balls

Red Velvet Cake Balls
Are you making Christmas or Valentine treats for someone special?

Well, put these on the Tippy Topof your list.

OH! MY! GOSH!

These are amazing beyond belief.

I made these totally tfromscratch bu you can easily make them with a cake made from a box and a tub of premade cream cheese frosting.

They were so flippin delicious I would encourage you to try it from scratch too, if at all possible.

I made the cake and frosting the day before I formed the cake balls and did the dipping.

I liked how this worked out time wise.

Honestly, I don’t think I would have enjoyed making them as much if I ‘d jammed it all into one day.

The rolling and dipping is fairly time consuming, although pretty simple.

This would be a great project to make with kids!

Can you say Hello teachers gifts!

Red Velvet Cake Balls

Cake Source: Slightly Adapted From Cakeman Raven

35 Responses to Red Velvet Cake Balls

  1. Catherine

    These look absolutely heavenly~Blessings, Catherine

  2. nancy

    I love red velvet cupcakes and make a skinny one. Your idea of making them into balls sounds yummy1

  3. Leslie

    I agree…cakeeballs are so much better when made in shifts! these look amazing

  4. Vodka Logic

    They look delicious. Bite size makes them better, perhaps I can resist a big piece of cake.

  5. Barbara

    Perfect for Valentine's Day, Kathleen. So cute! Little gem mouthfuls!

  6. teresa

    gorgeous! i love the way you dressed those up, they sound delicious!

  7. michelle

    I've only made cakeballs once from Bakerella, but these look so good! I totally should make them for valentine's day. thanks for the post.

  8. That Girl

    Red Velvet is fabulous in any form!

  9. Raina

    These look beautiful! Your friend must have been thrilled. I bet the homemade cake and frosting really put these over the top:)

  10. Ann

    Wow, these are so gorgeous! very impressive. I love them!

  11. The Food Hound

    I know cake balls are all the rage but I have yet to make them! I bet they are so delicious! Mixed with frosting and coated with frosting? Yes, please!

  12. ~RED~

    Oh wow, your photo, your recipe… remarkable!!!

  13. Eliana

    Oh man – these look and sound amazing! I could not be trusted around a batch of these.

  14. Kim

    Wow – These little beauties look beautiful and addictive. Not to mention, with their pretty red color they're perfect for Valentine's Day! Hmmm…..

  15. Sue

    They look beautiful! I'm sure homemade is best!

  16. Monet

    Hi sweet woman! Wow! Your last picture got me…these look amazing, and I want to eat one now! They would make perfect Valentine's gifts. Sweet and adorable! Thank you for sharing, my friend. I hop you have a great week!

  17. Rambling Tart

    What a fabulous idea! I love red velvet cake so much, but sometimes you just want a little bite. These would do the trick perfectly. 🙂

  18. Erin

    WOW! They look amazing! And so festive!

  19. clarinette

    the perfect one bite cake for valentine's day !! the color is marvellous and it looks so moist !! yummy

  20. Rocky Mountain Woman

    Great idea! With a little tweaking, it could also be a cool neighbor gift for Christmas..little candy canes on top…See where I'm going with this?

  21. cakedecorator

    I love red velvet cupcakes, so these look perfect, the white chocolate works really well against the deep red cases – lovely cake decorating keep up the goog work!

  22. Shop with Me Mama

    Oh my goodness those look soooo good! Thanks for the recipe!!

  23. marla

    This is such a fun treat!

  24. Anonymous

    Hi,
    Will these freeze well? I'm thinking of making something like this for a cookie exchange.

    thanks!

  25. michbizz

    just found this recipe from pinterest and made them for christmas! they taste DELICIOUS, thanks for the directions =)

  26. Megan's Cookin'

    Perfect for Valentines Day! Now I want to make them. On the list!

  27. Anonymous

    you could use a red velvet cake mix bake add a can of cream cheese icing roll into balls freeze then dip into melted almond bark a lot easier

  28. bimil

    hi can I make these a day before and refrigerate them?

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  30. Samantha Plater

    I used to work at a cake ball bakery and had to make these all the time ( the rolling, dipping, and decoration part). I wanted to make some myself AND THIS WAS SO PERFECT. Everyone loved it and it came out just as good as the bakery who had a “secret recipe”….it’s not a secret anymore!! love this!!

  31. Michelle

    Hi, I was planning on making these for a party but I was wondering how many cake pops it yields.

    • Kathleen

      Approximately 45 if you roll then 1 1/2 inches in diameter.

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