Sunday, December 18, 2016

Orange Creamsicle Cake Bites

A fun and simple treat.  Simply bake the cake mix according to package with some frosting....roll into balls..chill...dip. 

They are so tasty - these will remind you of a creamsicle ice cream bar
with that orange/vanilla combo going on. 

A quick and delicious treat any time of year, but especially great for the
holidays.  Like Halloween and Thanksgiving...

Enjoy soon! 

Tickled to see this recipe at Miss Candiquik


1 (16 ozs) box orange supreme cake mix, plus ingredients for cake
1/2 c. cream cheese (or buttercream) frosting
2 pkgs. (16 ozs each) vanilla almond bark
sprinkles & orange food coloring, optional 

Mix and bake cake in a 9" X 13" baking pan, according to box directions; cool. 
Crumble cake into a large bowl (large pieces are fine, it all breaks down when it's stirred). 
Add frosting and mix until moistened. (You may want to add another Tablespoon of frosting, but if you keep stirring, it will all come together, even though you'll be sure it's just going to be too dry). 
Roll mixture into 1" balls. Chill for 1 - 2 hours in the refrigerator. Melt the almond bark according to package directions. If desired, add orange food coloring. (I personally like the white contrast with the orange cake part). 
Dip balls into melted almond bark and set on waxed paper to chill. Top with sprinkles if desired. 

Yield: 35 - 40 cake balls

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