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Orange Creamsicle Cake Bites

Orange Creamsicle Cake Bites

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  • Servings: 40
  • Difficulty: Pretty Easy
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Baking Instructions

  1. Prepare and bake cake mix as directed on box; cool.
  2. Crumble cake into a large bowl. Add frosting and mix thoroughly.
  3. Roll mixture into 1″ sized balls. Chill for approximately 1-2 hours in the refrigerator.
  4. Melt Vanilla CandiQuik in tray according to directions on package. Add orange food coloring until a deep orange color is established.
  5. Dip cake balls in Vanilla CandiQuik and place on wax paper to set. Sprinkle if desired.

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cutiing layers

cutiing layers

cut layers with dental floss i like to use( apricot or peach perserves) my aunt lue willie"s techinique between layers and then cream cheese frosting on almost all flavors german chocolate strawberry and nuts and fruit slices


No overbeating

No overbeating

Brownies and bar cookies should be beaten just enough to blend the ingredients well. Over-beating will cause them to rise too much, too fast with the result that they will fall and crack as they cool.





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