Champagne & Strawberry Cake Balls

ve seen so many cake ball recipes floating around on Pinterest and they always looked somewhat difficult to make. This weekend I decided to give it a shot and make them myself! I was pleasantly surprised at how easy they were to make. I decided to add champagne to the recipe in hopes they can be this years Valentine’s Day treat for Franklyn and I. Scroll down for the champagne & strawberry cake ball recipe.

champagne & strawberry Cake Balls

champagne & strawberry Cake Balls


Strawberry cake mix
Vanilla Cake frosting


Add eggs, oil, cake mix and champagne to a large bowl. Cook according to instructions box.
Let cool and then crumble cake and mix with frosting. Refrigerate over night or for 3-4 hours.
Roll into balls (if mixture is sticking you can either wet your hands a bit or use a touch of flour to keep them from sticking) and place in freezer for 1-2 hours  (the longer you can leave them in the better).
Melt your chocolate. Using two forks (I found that this way easiest way) gentle pick up cake ball and dip into chocolate.
Add sprinkles and refrigerate for a few hours.


champagne & strawberry cake balls

Pin these champagne & strawberry Cake Balls for later!

champagne & strawberry cake balls


Box these champagne & strawberry cake balls for a sweet homemade gift, make ahead and pull out for guest or skip the champagne and set them out as a sweet treat for the kids! Have you made cake balls before?

More sweet treats!

Chocolate Sweet Potato Hearts 
Sprinkle Marshmallow Pops


About Jasmine Espinal

Stylish Cravings is the personal lifestyle blog of Jasmine Espinal. We cover everything from style, DIY's, shopping tips, recipes we love and daily tidbits on life with 7 kids.

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  1. Amy says

    What a great idea to combine two of my favorite things-camps and sugar! Will they have a different consistency or do you have to change anything if you skip the champs so the kids can eat them?

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