Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Fourth Of July Party Pastry

This Sunday, I will be attending a fourth of july bbq and am taking charge of bringing dessert. I have been waiting for an excuse to make these Bakerella cake balls in red velvet, and we're going to decorate the outside in white chocolate instead





8 comments:

  1. Those look so yummy!!! What a great idea can I get those in NorCal? We are hosting a dinner on the 3rd of July. I was just going to order chocolate covered strawberries, but I love your desert so much better. P.S. please, don't tell the daughter about the chocolate covered strawberries :o)

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  2. Those look soooo yummy!! Post the recipe if you like it! :)

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  3. Love that shot of SJP! So cute! And yum! What lucky folks to get to enjoy those little tasty treats!

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  4. Ugh good luck! I'm not sure if you've made those before but they're definitely not as easy as they look! My sister makes them all the time and said the secret is to make sure that whatever you're dipping the balls into isn't really hot otherwise it'll make the cake melt when you try to dip them!

    Good luck!

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  5. Fun! I've actually made Bakerella's cake pops and they were HUGE hits at a Christmas party, but wayyyyy to sweet for my taste buds. Pulverized cake rolled in icing and dipped in chocolate? I'm getting a headache just thinking about it! Plus, it was SO MUCH work, but well worth it for presentation value. I say make them!

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  6. Those look yummy! I am just making some Funfetti Fourth of July cupcakes. =)

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  7. The pie is looking very yummy. It is very mouth watering. I want to taste it now.

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...thanks for the comments sweetness!