Can Cake Balls Be Frozen?
by Melissa S.
Can cake balls be frozen?
I make cake balls as part of my Christmas cookie trays but I want to make them ahead of time.
Since the inside of the cake ball is so moist, I was wondering if it needed to be frozen and if it was safe to do so.
Just FYI, I make my cake balls by baking a cake and crumbling it while still warm. Then I add the icing to the crumbles and make a moist dough, which I roll into balls. Then, I dip them in almond bark.
Can these cake balls be frozen?
Thanks in advance!
Sounds really yummy! I know there are a couple of regular visitors to CCM who make cake balls, so I'm hoping that they will see your question and chime in with their experience.
I would think that the cake balls can be frozen, but if you dip them in the chocolate before freezing you run the risk of losing their lovely finish. They may develop "chocolate bloom" or they may crack their coatings.
Let's see if anyone else who has done it can give some advice.