Here they are folks, I know you have been waiting for the recipe for a long time. I have made these delicious Cake Pops over the years and they get rave reviews. This recipe came from a great friend of my son, Morgan. Her name is Sydney Kramer and her food blog is the Crepesofwrath. I don’t think they are on her site anymore, but here is her recipe. Sydney is the one that inspired me to start a cooking blog, she is one great cook and photographer, please check out her site. Her Pho soup that she makes is outstanding and even won her an award from Knorr soup. These are just a few wonderful recipes that are on her site, there are so many more! Thanks for sharing some great recipes over the years Sydney! Since this is Domestic Abuse Awareness month and it’s almost over, I have written an article for bermanbraun.com Mom.me. The last blog I wrote as you know, is that, I have been dealing with some anxiety, I did not want to write this article but if I could help just one person leave an abusive relationship http://mom.me/blog/4470-how-i-ended-my-abusive-relationship/ it will have been worth it. Please share if you, or if you know someone , that is in an abusive situation. GET HELP AND GET OUT! KNOW YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
1 box yellow cake mix (cook as directed on box for a 13 x 9 cake pan)
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup nutella
You can use milk or dark chocolate for the dipping process. For this recipe I used 5 of the largest bars of Hershey’s milk Chocolate melted
Sprinkles or whatever you want for decoration
Bake the cake according to package directions. As soon as the cake is cooked, split the cake into two halves and crumble each half into a large bowl.
Mix each bowl of crumbled cake thoroughly with the peanut butter in one and the Nutella in the other. Roll each mixture into quarter size balls, and lay on a cookie sheet lined with wax paper (should make approximately 40). I put a candy stick into mine at this point and then chill for several hours (you can speed this up by putting in the freezer).
Melt chocolate in microwave in 30 second intervals stirring in between until completely melted.
When chocolate is completely melted, roll balls in chocolate (I picked up the balls with a fork and dipped them in the chocolate) and then lay them on wax paper. If you choose to decorate with sprinkles, immediately sprinkle the balls after you have rolled them in chocolate. I would sprinkle after every two. Place them in the freezer.