My father-in-law HATES cake, but he devours these every time I make them. My husband always complains about their being too sweet, but that's only because he eats them before they have a chance to cool. I usually make these in the evening and start eating them the next day. (Sometimes even for breakfast, oh no!) I tried hubby's method of eating them while still warm, and I could see his point--they are WAY too sweet when still warm. I don't know how that works, I just know it's true. That's okay; the anticipation of waiting for them just makes them that much sweeter--figuratively speaking, of course. :) I don't keep chocolate bark on hand, so I always wind up using chocolate morsels. I wonder if that's why my cake balls always have a little puddle of chocolate they sit in? I keep hoping I can make them perfectly round like some of the other submitters' photos show, but my chocolate can't defy gravity like their super secret formulas apparently can. Oh well, they are still deeeeeeeee-lish! This last time I made them I used a yellow cake mix, divided the batter, and dyed one cake green and the other pink just to make them more fun for my kids to eat. Thanks, Allison!
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My father-in-law HATES cake, but he devours these every time I make them. My husband always...