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December 21, 2009


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Very festive! Happy Holidays!


I could definitely eat these all year around!

Ms K Majeed

Hahahaha who is Noel. Jack is cool.

Noelle (An Opera Singer in the Kitchen)

These look wonderful! Good job!


These look sooooooo good!!!!!


These look just right for Christmas eve. Thanks.

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

Oh, how scrumptious! Such perfect beauties for the holidays!

Phyllis (me HUNGRY!)

So adorable. Delicious too - I made these last year to give out for the holidays and they were a big hit! And I know what you mean about the xmas music, I can listen to it all year round :) Merry Christmas, Teanna!


I love the sprinkles on top! So cute!

It is so weird that on Dec 26 it's like Christmas never happened. I don't know what Boxing Day is either, but I think we should celebrate it!


Oh man, you are the opposite of me when it comes to Christmas. I always can't wait for the season to be over and I don't like that the season starts so early.

I do like the cake balls though!

jenn (Bread + Butter)

I'm making red velvet cake balls, too. It a apart of my Christmas giveaways this year. It's become somewhat a tradition way better than having to go out and buy stuff for people. hehe...

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays


Wow, I'm gonna have to try to make that one day!! Looks delicious.


Yum!! I am loving your red velvet cake balls! I just posted some cupcake pops that I made as well!! Merry Christmas!!


You guys don't have Boxing Day? We do - not sure why it's called Boxing Day. More appropriate would be Christmas Hangover Day, but either way it's an extra day off here to just "ease out of it" so to speak. Or, for us, more family visits, and more food.


Awesome picture. They look so festive -- almost too good to eat.


I really can't believe Christmas is only four days away. The cake balls look amazing, what a perfect Christmas treat.


Very festive cake balls, they are a perfect Christams treat.

Lea McIntosh (Nesting Newbies)

They look so moist and yummy! I so want one right now! :-)


these take so much effort, but i'll be darned if it's not all completely worth it. they're attractive and tasty, so bravo to you!


These remind of rum balls which my auntie makes. It's basically the same process as cake balls..chocolate cake mix, 1/2 to 1/3 can of frosting and few tablespoons of rum. The cake balls are topped with a boozy chocolate ganache and chilled.
She makes hundreds of them every year and there are never any leftover. So sinfully delicious :)

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