Dulce De Leche Cake Balls and A Cookbook Giveaway!

There’s no denying that I love desserts and sweets. I love making them, eating them and sharing them with friends and family. All of this love for making sweet and treats was recently noticed by Meghan from The Harvard Common Press. She contacted me a few weeks ago asking if I would like to feature Dede Wilson’s newest book Cake Balls on my blog. As soon as I saw that the cookbook was completely dedicated to Cake Balls, I was hooked! I was so excited for the cookbook to arrive that I would rush home everyday hoping that it would be at my door. When it arrived I sat down and drooled over all of the amazing recipes. This book is packed with over 60 incredibly easy, delicious and drool worthy recipes. From nine cake recipes, ten frostings, ganaches, and glazes to amazing photos, this book has everything you need to create incredibly easy, delicious, show-stopping cakeballs. The made-from-scratch cake ball recipes include kid-friendly ideas, such as Jam-Filled Cake Balls, S’mores, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cake Balls; seasonal ideas, such as Red, White, and Blue Cake Balls; classics like Red Velvet; and sophisticated treats like Crème Brûlée Cake Balls and Cocoa-Dusted Truffle Cake Balls.

It was so hard to choose exactly which recipe I wanted to share with you today. I finally decided on the Dulce De Leche Cake Ball, a delicious combination of caramel and buttermilk cake dipped in rich chocolate and swirled with ribbons of golden caramel. If you like caramel and burnt sugar flavors, this recipe’s for you! These cake balls call for dulce de leche. You can easily make your own or purchase a can from the Spanish foods section of your local supermarket. Everything you love about cake is right in this little bite, plus it is covered in chocolate and drizzled with caramel-you can’t go wrong! Making these cake balls couldn’t be easier either. Just crumble the made-from-scratch cake into a large bowl, mix with dulce de leche and dip in chocolate. That’s it! I promise they will become a favorite among kids and adults alike.

So here’s your chance to win a copy of this amazing cook book before it’s even available in stores! Just follow the directions below for a chance to win! Sorry this giveaway is limited to US residents only.

How to Enter: Leave a comment on this post answering the question: “What’s the last cake ball flavor you ate?”

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Deadline: Monday, September 3, 2012 at 11:59pm CST

Winner: The winner will be selected at random by Sweet Pea’s Kitchen using Random.org. All entries received after the deadline will not be considered. Entries that do not follow the entry requirements will not be considered. Winner will be notified via email and will have 24 hours to confirm receipt of the email. If the winner does not reply within 24 hours, another winner will be selected.

Dulce De Leche Cake Balls

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For the Cake:

  • 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature, cut into pieces
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
  • 5 large eggs, at room temperature
  • 1 1/4 cups low-fat buttermilk

To Assemble the Cake Balls:

  • 1 (13.4-ounce) can dulce de leche
  • 1 3/4 pounds milk chocolate, such Callebaut or Valrhona Jivara, finely chopped
  • 5 ounces caramel, such as Nestlé
  • 56 miniature fluted paper cups (optional)

Directions:

  1. Position a rack in the middle of the oven. Preheat the oven to 350°F. Coat the inside of a 9 x 13-inch rectangular pan with nonstick cooking spray; set aside.
  2. Whisk together the flour, baking powder, and salt in a medium bowl to aerate and combine; set aside.
  3. In a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium-high speed, beat the butter until creamy, about 2 minutes. Add the sugar gradually and beat until very light and fluffy, about 3 minutes, scraping down the bowl once or twice. Beat in the vanilla.
  4. Beat in the eggs one at a time, scraping down after each addition and allowing each egg to be absorbed before continuing. Add the flour mixture in four additions, alternating with the buttermilk. Begin and end with the flour mixture and beat briefly until smooth. Pour the batter into the prepared pan.
  5. Bake for about 30 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center shows a few moist crumbs when removed. Let cool completely in the pan on a wire rack. The cake is ready to use. Alternatively, double-wrap the pan in plastic wrap and store at room temperature for up to 1 day before proceeding.
  6. Crumble the cake into a large bowl and mix in 3/4 cup of the dulce de leche. Test by compressing and tasting and add more dulce de leche only if needed for flavor and moisture. Roll into golf ball–size cake balls. Refrigerate until firm. This can be done 1 day ahead; store in an airtight container once they are firm.
  7. Line two rimmed baking sheets with parchment paper or aluminum foil. Melt the chocolate in the microwave or a double boiler. Dip the balls one at a time in the chocolate, encouraging any excess chocolate to drip back into the container. Place, evenly spaced, on the prepared pans. Refrigerate briefly until the chocolate is set.
  8. Melt the caramel in the microwave until fluid, watching carefully so that it doesn’t boil. Use a fork to drizzle caramel zigzags on top of each ball. Refrigerate again until the caramel is set. Trim the bottoms, if needed. Place each cake ball in a paper cup, if desired. Place in a single layer in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 4 days. Bring to room temperature before serving.

Yields: 56 golf ball–size balls

Source: Cake Balls

 

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376 Responses to Dulce De Leche Cake Balls and A Cookbook Giveaway!

  1. Jennifer says:

    My last flavor was Key Lime and boy o boy was it fabulous!

  2. Kevin Murray says:

    It was delicious!!!!!! Just can’t for the life of me remember what it was……… I will have to say that the very worst cake ball I ever had…..was good!!!!!!

  3. debbie k says:

    the last cake ball I ate was red velvet :)

  4. Brandy Macak says:

    I have to find this cookbook. My daughters love to make cake balls. The last one’s we made were german chocolate cake with the pecan/coconut frosting. My favorite! Of course who can go wrong with any kind of CAKE!!

  5. deann jarrett says:

    I have never tried a cake ball,but I want one of those!

  6. Alison says:

    I’ve never eaten a cake ball but I sure would love too! Plus September 3rd is my birthday! :)

  7. Dianna F says:

    The last cake ball was chocolate peanut butter. Thanks for the chance to win.

  8. Misha Hunter says:

    I have never made cake balls or even had one! The closest to a cake ball would be the oreo cream cheese balls I made and oh so good and very rich. I would love to win this book to try making cake balls! Would love to make an assorted tray of them for the varsity volleyball team my daughter is in for one of the next special meals we parents put on for them.

  9. Dianna F says:

    I subscribe by RSS.

  10. Linda Slayton says:

    The last flavor cake balls I had was at a wedding where I had both chocolate and white cake balls – great!!

  11. Angela says:

    The last cake ball I had was strawberry cheesecake!

  12. Lydia Woodall says:

    My favorite, most recent cake ball was cookies and cream. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. 60 different cake pops?! Didn’t even know that many flavors existed!
    The last cake pop I ate (and made) was a funfetti cake with cream cheese frosting, covered in a white chocolate shell that was food-colored pink :)

  14. I already subscribe to Sweet Peas Kitchen by email, does that count? :)

  15. Now a Facebook follower as well! (So now I will be drooling over dessert pictures on wordpress AND facebook! haha)

  16. Lorenda Earley says:

    Chocolate fudge cake balls are awesome! I don’t make enough when I do make them I usually only get one. With five kids and a husband that love homemade goodies you have to be fast in my house.

  17. Aaaaand finally I have pinned your giveaway as well. :) Great recipe by the way!

  18. My fiance would love these. He’s obsessed with dulce de leche cake.

    I already subscribe!

  19. Diane says:

    The last flavor of cake ball that I had was a basic box recipe of chocolate cake with vanilla icing.
    I find that the package cake recipes for cake balls are basically too sweet for my taste so I am looking forward to this new cookbook coming out where you can use made from scratch cakes.
    Love your food blog and best of luck to you with your first pregnanacy!

  20. Tammy says:

    I don’t know the flavor but it was one of the ones you can get at Starbucks, oh man it was delicious !!

  21. I follow you on Twitter.

  22. Karen Wolff says:

    I honestly have never had one :( They look so good but I guess I’m afraid they are hard to make.

  23. Karen Wolff says:

    I already “like” you on FB :)

  24. Alison says:

    I subscribed to you the other day and I just started to follow you on facebook!

  25. Karen Wolff says:

    I currently subscribe via email as well-thank you!!

  26. OH MY GOSH that looks so good! The last cake ball I had was a red velvet!

  27. spiffycookie says:

    I subscribe to your RSS feed

  28. Nicole G says:

    The last cake ball I ate was probably a red velvet one around Christmas time! I need more cake balls in my life haha.

  29. Denise M says:

    I have actually never had a cake ball before all, would love to try my hand at making them though

  30. spiffycookie says:

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  31. Lemon and Chocolate :)

  32. spiffycookie says:

    I follow you on Twitter

  33. The last cake ball I had was Oreo! Yum.

  34. spiffycookie says:

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  36. Nicole G says:

    The last cake ball flavor I had was probably red velvet around Christmas time. These look fantastic!

  37. gladys says:

    Sounds yummy. I have also not had a cake ball, but I will surely have some of these.

  38. spiffycookie says:

    I follow you on Pinterest and pinned this post

  39. Everyone loves a Midwest girl says:

    I already subscribe via email — I just followed you on fb, twitter, tweeted the contest & pinned on pinterest!

  40. Kim says:

    i had red velvet cake pops a few weeks at a wedding!

  41. Everyone loves a Midwest girl says:

    And the last cakeball I had was oreo! yum

  42. Kim says:

    i receive your emails!

  43. Kim says:

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  44. I follow you on Pinterest and I pinned this post.

  45. Danielle Summers says:

    The last cak ball I ate was a vanilla one. I love making cakeballs and would loe more ideas!

  46. Kim says:

    i follow you on pinterest!

  47. Sorry about the double comment. Could you count that one as following on Twitter? I do already (nikkithekid). I also just followed on Google+

  48. I also follow on Pinterest and pinned this giveaway! :)

  49. Kelly says:

    Spice cake/cream cheese

  50. Lisa says:

    I’ve never had a cake ball but they look really cool and they’re something I’m considering for wedding favors. I plan to make them a few times to try it out.

  51. Lisa says:

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  52. Lisa says:

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  53. Deborah says:

    I’m a facebook fan!! love your sight!! never have made cake balls but would love to try them!! deborahmorrow20@yahoo.com

  54. Lisa says:

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  56. Joan says:

    Red Velvet cake balls and they were so good!

  57. Heidi says:

    Buckeye cake balls!

  58. Charlette says:

    My last cake ball flavor I ate was a raspberry chocolate chip, covered in dark chocolate that I just so happen to have made myself for a event in work. I used a white cake with raspberry preserves (instead of frosting} and mini chocolate chips in them. YUM

  59. Charlette says:

    I follow you on Pinterest

  60. Charlette says:

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  61. JD says:

    The last cake ball I had was your cookie dough ball! They were a hit in my house and with all of my friends!
    I follow SPK on facebook and twitter.

  62. ktgo says:

    last and only (homemade) cake ball I’ve tried was a chocolate gluten free one with blue drizzles someone made for a baby shower … I would love to actually make some … and yep, I follow you on FB, email subscription too !

  63. debby says:

    The one and only cake ball I have ever eaten was chocolate and it was some kind of good. I have avoided them since, because they ARE so good. I follow by email but don’t do Facebook, Twitter or any of the other things.

  64. Kim Kissack says:

    the last cakeball i ate was a tiramisu flavored..yummy. i just love these little bites of cake!!!

  65. Darla says:

    The last cake ball I had was red velvet with a decadent cream cheese icing, dipped in white chocolate adorned w/ sparkling red sugar crystals!

  66. Chocolate chocolate cake ball o so gooey

  67. gwynnem says:

    The last time I had a cake ball was during a wedding expo in Denver. It was fudge cake on the inside with a strawberry-infused buttercream style frosting. So sweet. Fortunately, cake balls are small, so I can actually have my cake and eat it, too. :)

  68. Terri says:

    I have never eaten a cake ball. I think I need to try this recipe!

  69. Terri says:

    I subscribe via RSS.

  70. Sally says:

    Christina, these cake balls look killer! Dulve de leche is one flavor I’ve never sene in a cake ball before!

  71. Sally says:

    I like you on Facebook!

  72. Sally says:

    I follow you on Twitter!

  73. Sally says:

    I follow you on Pinterest!

  74. Sally says:

    the last cake ball I ever had was dvil’s food cake!

  75. Lori Duo says:

    This calls to my Latin heart, but, is what you call “Dulce de Leche” a separate product that I am not aware of? To me Dulce de Leche is a candy that my Mom used to make from soured milk and a can of condensed milk. I know that today it is also a Flavor, if you will, but I really didn’t know that it was sold in a can, marked”Dulce de Leche”…I also just thought that it was Condensed milk?
    I really don’t bake a lot of cakes and desserts any more…So, I appreciate your help here. :o)
    Thank you!

  76. Cindy B. says:

    The last cake ball I had was Chocolate Rum Balls.

  77. cre8ivelyme says:

    The last cakeball I had was strawberry cake with vanilla and pink sugar sprinkles on top :)

  78. Cindy B. says:

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  79. Chocolate dipped in dark chocolate with chocolate sprinkles. I’m a chocolate fan. These cake balls look absolutely delicious!

  80. I’m an email subscriber.

  81. Cindy B. says:

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  82. I follow you on Twitter.

  83. Cindy B. says:

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  84. Following you on Google+.

  85. Deb Burroughs says:

    The last cake ball I ate was red velvet and it was awesome!

  86. Deb Burroughs says:

    I subscribe to your blog via email.

  87. Deb Burroughs says:

    I like you on Facebook!

  88. Tweeted about the #Giveaway.

  89. Deb Burroughs says:

    I am following you on Pinterest and I have pinned this post! :)

  90. Debbie Mortensen says:

    The last cake ball I had was a butter brickle…yum! Love these little treats!

  91. Following you on Pinterest, and pinned the contest.

  92. Daneen Thurman says:

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  93. Last flavor of cake balls I ate were red velvet dipped in white chocolate, covered in sprinkles.

  94. Daneen Thurman says:

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  95. I’m also an email subscriber and Pinterest follower :)

  96. Daneen Thurman says:

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  97. Daneen Thurman says:

    I receive your RSS feed at work, too!

  98. Abby says:

    Red velvet cake balls

  99. Sara says:

    I follow you on facebook and email. The last cake ball I had was the birthday cake kind from Starbucks. Sooo good! :-)

  100. Abby says:

    I subcribed to the email feed

  101. Abby says:

    Im a fb fan

  102. Daneen Thurman says:

    I had devils food cake balls (I’m better now)

  103. Daneen Thurman says:

    I’ve tweeted about your contest.

  104. Daneen Thurman says:

    I also follow you on Pinterest. Are you getting creeped out by all the people following you around?

  105. NaDell says:

    The last cake ball I ate was chocolate. I love them! So delicious!

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  107. ashley says:

    I had a red velvet cake ball at a party recently!

  108. nadell says:

    I’m a fan on Facebook!

  109. ashley says:

    I am a fan on facebook

  110. ashley says:

    I subscribe via email

  111. nadell says:

    You are in my Google Plus circle. =)

  112. ashley says:

    I follow you on Twitter

  113. nadell says:

    I follow you on Pinterest AND pinned this giveaway.

  114. Nicole says:

    The last cake ball I had was a chocolate & peanut butter combination :)

  115. Nicole says:

    I’m now following you on Pinterest

  116. Nicole says:

    I also liked your Facebook page :)

  117. Tracy Smith says:

    Not sure what the flavor was but it was chocolate cake inside and white chocolate with rasberry drizzle on it…yum!

  118. DeeDee says:

    Weirdly enough for someone with such a sweet tooth I’ve never tried to make cake balls as I’m intimidated by how fiddly they look, & have never eaten a cake ball as I’ve never seen them for sale here in Jax FL. They look adorable, little addictive mini-me’s of deliciousness. I’d love to be entered into the Cake Ball Recipe Book competition as it’d give me the confidence to attempt to bake these myself instead of doing my usual thing of tormenting myself by following your blog creations.

  119. DeeDee says:

    I’ve tweeted about the giveaway @WayoftheGeeks

  120. DeeDee says:

    I’m following you on Facebook (via Dee DeeDee)

  121. DeeDee says:

    I’m subscribed via email.

  122. kaimee says:

    The last time I had a cake ball it was lemon flavored.

  123. kaimee says:

    I subscribe to Sweet Pea’s kitchen by email

  124. kaimee says:

    I follow on pinterest

  125. kaimee says:

    I follow you on FB

  126. kaimee says:

    you are in my G+ circle

  127. colleen says:

    I had Cherry Chocolate Chip Cake Balls earlier this summer. They were awesome.

  128. i last had mint oreo truffles…not quite cake balls but still delish!

  129. colleen says:

    I follow you on Pinterest

  130. Patricia Powell Jones says:

    I follow you on facebook and look forward every day to receiving something new from you. These cake balls look wonderful. Have never had one, but will consider trying my hand at these.

  131. kathi says:

    Tried the Dulce’s. They are wonderful!

  132. Lynda M. says:

    Funetti Cake Balls :)

  133. Lynda M. says:

    I’m an email subscriber.

  134. MaryB says:

    Lemon is the only flavor I’ve had and I’ve never made them myself but I plan to. Chocolate sounds great.

  135. MaryB says:

    I subscribe to Sweet Pea’s Kitchen RSS feed.

  136. Chris R. says:

    I have never had cake balls – cake pops yes – the last flavor was carrot cake.

  137. MaryB says:

    I like Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Facebook.

  138. Chris R. says:

    I subscribe to SPK by RSS on google reader.

  139. Kalee Hall says:

    Liked you on FB!

    I already subscribe, though. Love it!

  140. Chris R. says:

    Following you on Twitter

  141. Chris R. says:

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  142. Chris R. says:

    Followed on pinterest!

  143. Shelby Sasscer says:

    The last cake pop i made was a vanilla lemon cake with blueberry in it

  144. colleen says:

    I’m now following you on Google+

  145. Lynda M. says:

    I follow you on Twitter @mypinkmixerblog

  146. Lynda M. says:

    I tweeted the giveaway.

  147. ziroi says:

    Wow cool! I “stumbledupon” this website, but I like cake balls, so I’ll comment! I last had a chocolate fudge-type cake ball with colorful sprinkles. :)

  148. Martha Roggenbaum says:

    This recipe looks amazing….I’ve pinned it onto my sweets board on Pinterest. I have never made cake balls, but these look like a good starting point!

  149. Patricia Crowley says:

    The last (and only) flavor of cake ball I tried was chocolate…they were from a friend, and were so good!

  150. victoria says:

    I made chocolate peanut butter cake balls! (I blogged them) They were a huge hit with Reese’s fans.

  151. victoria says:

    Oh, and I already get your emails!

  152. victoria says:

    :) I had no idea you were on Facebook! What have I been missing?! Thanks for the giveaway chance Christina!

  153. ChgoJohn says:

    These look delicious, Christina, right down to the icing doodle.

  154. gail says:

    red velvet

  155. gail says:

    liked you on fb

  156. colleen says:

    I now follow you on email.

  157. Ceil says:

    I’ve never even had a cake ball! But if this is an example of one, I want one ! Or two, or three.

  158. donna knight says:

    My favorite cake pop is german chocolate!

  159. Amanda Thompson says:

    I’ve never had a cake ball before!

  160. Amanda Thompson says:

    I subscribe via email :)

  161. Linda says:

    Love all of your posts and recipes – every one that I have tried is delicious! Would love to win the cake balls book: the last flavor of cake balls I tasted was pumpkin…yum!

  162. Linda says:

    Already getting your emails!

  163. Diane M says:

    Can you believe chocolate zucchini?

  164. Linda says:

    Didn’t know you were on FB – now a fan of you there, too!

  165. Chels says:

    i never had cake balls before but i sure do wanna try!

  166. Andrea D. says:

    Red velvet was the last flavor I tasted. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  167. Andrea D. says:

    I am an email subscriber of yours. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  168. Chels says:

    tweeted the link!

  169. Andrea D. says:

    I am a facebook fan of yours. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  170. Andrea D. says:

    I am a Google Plus fan of yours. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  171. Chels says:

    following you in pinerest,and pinned it!

  172. Andrea D. says:

    I am a pinterest follower of yours. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  173. Suzanne says:

    Last cake pop flavor was one I made for the 4th of July…Girl Scout Thin Mint flavor…yum!!

  174. Suzanne says:

    I subscribe to Sweet Peas Kitchen via email.

  175. Chels says:

    subscribed to Sweet Pea’s Kitchen via email.

  176. Suzanne says:

    I’m a fan of Sweet Peas Kitchen on Facebook!

  177. Suzanne says:

    I’m following you on Google + :)

  178. Suzanne says:

    I’m following you on Pinterest and I pinned this post!

  179. Kerri says:

    I already am a fan on Facebook. Hopefully that counts! I would love to win that cookbook!

  180. Shelly Smith says:

    I had a strawberry cake ball last!

  181. Shelly Smith says:

    I get Sweet Peas Kitchen by e-mail!

  182. Shelly Smith says:

    I follow you on FB!

  183. Shelly Smith says:

    I now follow you on Twitter too!

  184. Shelly Smith says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway!

  185. Peglynn says:

    The last and best cake balls I have made are grasshopper cake balls with mint and marshmallows. Yummy! Looking forward to the new cookbook!

  186. Pat K says:

    Never had a cakeball! This book would give to a chance yo try some out! Thanks for the opportunity!

  187. Joel says:

    The last cake ball I had was PB cake covered in chocolate. Yum!

  188. Joel says:

    I subscribe by email

  189. Joel says:

    I am a fan on FB

  190. Joel says:

    I follow on Google+

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  192. Yum! These look so tasty!

  193. Sandy Rut says:

    I would love to win the cookbook

  194. Karen says:

    Talk about something totally decadent!

  195. I never tried cake balls but after seeing your post. I’ll definitely have soon.

  196. I have subscribed to Sweet Pea’s Kitchen by Email.

  197. I have become a fan of Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Facebook.

  198. I am following Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Twitter.

  199. I have tweeted about the giveaway: “Cookbook #Giveaway! Enter to win a copy of Cake Balls from @SPKitchen http://su.pr/7fTmQf“ on twitter.

  200. I am following Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Pinterest and Pinned this giveaway

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  202. Jill says:

    Yum!! The last cake ball was vanilla with chocalate frosting

  203. Rochelle says:

    My last and only cakeball, red velvet! Yum!!

  204. Rochelle says:

    Like you on FB!!

  205. Nicole D. says:

    I subscribe to your RSS feed. And I have never tried cake balls but really want to try making a red velvet kind for my boyfriend!

  206. gail says:

    hmm…. the last cake pop I had was at an anniversary party- it was lemon, and twas amazing!

  207. Mary Beth says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever eaten a cake ball before! But all the ones I’ve seen look really good–I’ll have to try making them soon!

  208. A friend made delicious oreo cake balls. They were addicting.

  209. Shari says:

    I had chocolate cream cheese, but that was way back around Christmas!

  210. Shari says:

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  211. Shari says:

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  213. Yum! You picked the best flavor to try; I love anything dolce de leche. The last cake ball I had was red velvet.

  214. Erin says:

    Cake balls are delicious and, I wish, nutritious…and last one I had was chocolate with chocolate

  215. Laura says:

    Oreo cake balls were the last flavor I had. Yum!!

  216. Laura says:

    I’m a fan of SPK on Facebook.

  217. Ilene says:

    I have never had a cake ball.

  218. These look awesome!! Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  219. Sue Hauge says:

    I made spice cake balls and used maple frosting and raisins to decorate….yummy!

  220. AbbyK says:

    The last cake ball I had was chocolate glazed and it was yummy!

  221. AbbyK says:

    I follow you on Facebook.

  222. AbbyK says:

    I pinned your pretty cake ball picture!

  223. AbbyK says:

    I subscribed to your email.

  224. AbbyK says:

    I follow you on twitter.

  225. Chrissy says:

    (email follower here!) Those look amazing. The last (and only!) cake ball I had was a pumpkin piece of heaven that my sister made during the holidays. It was so good!

  226. susan says:

    I had mint chocolate and cinnamon zucchini cake balls! They were both heavenly.

  227. The last cake balls I enjoyed were red velvet.

  228. I am now a facebook follower.

  229. Naomi Silbermintz says:

    chocolate!

  230. Karen says:

    I cannot remember my last cake ball I ate, which is tragic!

  231. Sherrie says:

    Yum…..I believe it was brownie cake pops, craving them just thinking about it

  232. Sherrie says:

    I subscribe via email

  233. Sherrie says:

    I liked on Facebook

  234. Sherrie says:

    Pinned on pintrest

  235. Carol J. says:

    the last flaver of cake balls I had was pumpkin; it was sort of like a truffle. I look forward to trying this flavor!

  236. Christina C. says:

    The last cake ball flavor I ate was chocolate covered in white chocolate! Yum!

  237. Christina C. says:

    I’m subscribed to your RSS feed.

  238. Christina C. says:

    I follow on Twitter (@kawaiidragon88)

  239. Christina C. says:

    I follow on Google +.

  240. Christina C. says:

    I follow on Pinterest!

  241. Katie says:

    Hmmm, cake balls for my wedding? They are adorable!

  242. Rosemary B says:

    The last flavor I had was chocolate peanut butter. I took them to a picnic I was invited to.

  243. I am sucker for all things Dulce De Leche and these cake balls look amazing! :)

  244. Jill says:

    My last cake ball was chocolate in Amsterdam.

  245. valerie says:

    just started following you on pinterest

  246. valerie says:

    i have been a happy follower on email

  247. valerie says:

    i pinned this recipe to my “sweets for the sweet” board

  248. Colleen says:

    The last cake ball I ate was vanilla cake dipped in vanilla. I love vanilla, but these dulce de leche look a hundred times more tasty!

  249. Colleen says:

    Following you on twitter as sunnymum.

  250. Angela Regan says:

    I had chocolate cake balls that were given to me for my birthday

  251. Jane says:

    The last cake ball I had was brownie and it was delish!

  252. Jane says:

    I’ve tweeted!

  253. Jane says:

    I’ve followed on Google+!

  254. Jane says:

    And I’ve posted on Pinterest (and I know follow your pins).

  255. ReadingTeacher says:

    My last cake ball was white cake dipped in white chocolate. So good…

  256. ReadingTeacher says:

    Also a Facebook fan.

  257. sherry says:

    can’t wait to try these!!

  258. The last cake ball flavor that I made was Oreo Cookie, =) This cookbook looks fabulous!

  259. Im a email subscriber! and I enjoy all of your recipes! =)

  260. I follow you on Twitter – @RecentBooks

  261. I tweeted about the giveaway here:

  262. Shannon says:

    Unfortunately, I have never eaten cake balls. But, I would love to make some for a tea party with friends . . . Long Island Iced Tea, that is. ;)

  263. Monet says:

    Hard to believe…but I’ve never had one! I know. I know. Way behind the trend!

  264. Kim Boynton says:

    I follow your blog on email.

  265. Kim Boynton says:

    I just “Liked” Sweet Pea’s on FB.

  266. Kim Boynton says:

    I have only had one cake ball in my life and it was so not-memorable that I don’t remember what flavor it was. If I won this cookbook, I would definitely give them a second try…although it might be a third try since I might have to try these dulce de leche cake balls (who doesn’t love dulce de leche anything?).

  267. Monica Lavoie says:

    I have never had a cake ball! They look yummy.

    Thanks!

  268. Carolyn Friesz says:

    It was a chocolate espresso one; I’ve been wanting to make some, but never have!

  269. I followed you on Google+ and subscribed by email!

  270. Patricia says:

    I’m sad to say I’ve never had cake balls. But they sound divine!

  271. Patricia says:

    I follow you by RSS feed

  272. Patricia says:

    I follow you on Facebook.

  273. Patricia says:

    I now follow you on Pinterest

  274. sugaredpecan says:

    These look incredible!

  275. Oh these sound so good. Wish I lived in the US so I could enter. Just keep baking more from it. :-)

  276. Steph J says:

    I have never had a cake ball- GASP! It’s true. However, I’ve found something I imagine is similar that I love more than words can say- Oreo Truffles! Oreos and cream cheese mixed together and dipped in white chocolate? Yes please! I think cake balls are right up my alley.

  277. Kris says:

    Following you on Pinterest :)

  278. Katie says:

    The last cake ball flavor I had was STRAWBERRY LEMONADE! I simply feel in love!!

  279. Amy J says:

    These look amazing! Thank you for sharing the recipe! The last cake balls (pops) I ate were chocolate with mostly chocolate frosting. They were decorated as Sock Monkeys for my nephew’s 3rd birthday party – my mom made them and they were super cute! :-)

  280. Nami | Just One Cookbook says:

    Hi Christina! These cake balls look gorgeous! I’m not much of a baker yet these delicious balls are really tempting me to make! Great giveaway, but I think I should give more chances to wonderful bakers. :)

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  282. Kandi says:

    I subscribe to Sweet Pea’s Kitchen by Email. :)

  283. Kandi says:

    The last cakeball I had was key lime with vanilla chocolate.

  284. Aww, I’m not a US resident. But these cake balls look AMAZING! I love dulce de leche. I’ve never actually had a cake ball but after looking at the ingredients… yum!

  285. christina says:

    Hm. The last cake ball I had was a party favor: chocolate and blue-tinted white chocolate. I love them, but my husband dislikes them on the ground that they’re simply like “pre-chewed cake.” Lol.

  286. christina says:

    I follow you on Blogger.

  287. Courtenay says:

    I made your red velvet cake balls – the whole family loved them!!!

  288. Katrina Gilley says:

    Last cake ball was chocolate!

  289. Katrina Gilley says:

    I am already subscribed to receive your emails!

  290. Lemon chiffon! They were yummy!

  291. Sara says:

    The last cake ball I ate was Confetti! Yum! These dulce de leche cake balls look awesome… might make them for my Christmas tins this year!

  292. Emma says:

    I have yet to have a cake ball – especially after reading this post. Yum! Hope to win the cookbook so I can try them.

    FYI, I subscribe to Sweet Pea’s Kitchen via email and via Facebook. :)

  293. Martha Roggenbaum says:

    I’m enjoying your posts on facebook now….already been pinning on Pinterest!

  294. Irina says:

    pumpkin spice :)

  295. Maria says:

    I follow you through email and on Pinterest.

  296. Juli says:

    The last cake ball flavor I had was a confetti cake with vanilla icing, dipped in purple colored chocolate. They were the favors for my wedding shower. :)

  297. Juli says:

    I subscribed to Sweet Pea’s Kitchen’s email listing.

  298. Juli says:

    I liked Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Facebook.

  299. Juli says:

    I followed Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Twitter.

  300. Juli says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway.

  301. Juli says:

    I followed Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Google+.

  302. Juli says:

    I followed Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Pinterest.

  303. jessica w says:

    Mint Chocolate cake ball

  304. jessica w says:

    I am Subscribed to Sweet Pea’s Kitchen by either RSS

  305. jessica w says:

    I am a fan of Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Facebook

  306. jessica w says:

    I Follow Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Twitter

  307. jessica w says:

    I follow you on Google +.

  308. jessica w says:

    I Follow Sweet Pea’s Kitchen on Pinterest and Pin this giveaway http://pinterest.com/pin/86975836524698020/

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  310. Amy Carrier says:

    I have tweeted, pinned and promoted this giveaway! I love your site and am a big promoter of cake balls. Just gave instructions to the preschool teacher (she’s making them in class soon) and recently made birthday cake truffles (cake mix and sweetened condensed milk – too easy! who knew?). Everyone needs more cake balls in their life.

  311. katrina says:

    I have never had one but they look so good!

  312. I’ve never actually had a cake ball, but I’m interested in checking out this book and making some so I can try them!

  313. chris08226 says:

    I also liked Sweet Peas Kitchen on Facebook.

  314. Yvonne Mayberry says:

    The last cakeball flavor I last ate was a mint fudge – absolutely delicious! Just the right amount of mint flavor in the cake with some covered in dark chocolate and others in light chocolate with white chocolate striping – YUM!

  315. chris08226 says:

    And I tweeted about the giveaway; @chris08226

  316. CJ says:

    The last cakeball I had was chocolate cake. It was yummy, but that s’mores one sounds yummier!

  317. CJ says:

    I followed SweetPeasKitchen on Twitter!

  318. CJ says:

    I tweeted about the cookbook giveaway!

  319. gwynnem says:

    I receive email updates via gmail. :)

  320. Kathy S says:

    I’ve never had a cake ball!

  321. Rosalie Jackson says:

    I just made chocolate peanut butter and they are yummy.

  322. Meg says:

    My friend and I had a bake sale- we made oreo cakeballs :)

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  324. Estelle Almond says:

    The last cake ball I ate was chocolate, chocolate….I love chocolate

  325. The last flavor cake ball I had was vanilla cake with vanilla frosting!

  326. Already follow your blog through Blogger!

  327. Pinned and Followed on Pinterest!

  328. Kari says:

    I made funfetti cake balls dipped in hot pink with chocolate Minnie Mouse designs.

  329. Jo says:

    German chocolate cake balls. Yum.

  330. Karen Randolph says:

    I had a red velvet cake ball dipped in white chocolate,,, pretty dang tasty…

  331. Jody says:

    I have never tried a cake ball so I am hoping to win the book and start making them!

  332. Gina G says:

    The last cake ball I ate were Red Velvet cake, mixed with cream cheese frosting, so good!

  333. Gina G says:

    I subscribe to your blog!

  334. Gina G says:

    I follow you on Twitter! – MsGinaMAC

  335. Gina G says:

    I tweeted about the giveaway!

  336. Gina G says:

    I am following you on google+!

  337. Gina G says:

    I follow you on pinterest and I pinned your post!

  338. michele (@theknittedlamb) says:

    I have never had a cakeball…I’ve always wanted to try to make some…so yes, I admit, I’ve been living under a rock…I NEED this cookbook. I have signed up for your emails! Thank you for the chance to win!

  339. Holly Billings says:

    Chocolate with dipped in white chocolate!!!!

  340. Holly Billings says:

    I am now a fan on Facebook!! I have been following for awhile on Pinterest! Looking forward to making some new flavor cake balls!

  341. Lisa says:

    German Chocolate Cake!! Yummy!!!!

  342. Carolsue says:

    Would you believe I’ve never had a cake ball before? But I think Red Velvet would be awesome!

  343. Carolsue says:

    I subscribe to your newsletter via e-mail.
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  344. Carolsue says:

    I like you on Facebook (Carolsue Anderson)
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  345. Carolsue says:

    I follow you on Pinterest as cezovski9 and I pinned this giveaway
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  346. Suzanne says:

    The last cake ball I ate was chocolate with chocolate… My 8-year-old’s favorite. :-)

  347. Erica says:

    We had lemon cake balls last time :)

  348. Erica says:

    I became a fan on FB! :)

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  350. Judy says:

    I am a new follower on facebook. I dont twitter or i would friend you there as well. I am always up for new recipes. I have tried your pretzel bites and we loved them. I have a couple of cookie recipes you might like as well.

  351. sabrina says:

    Red Velvet!!

  352. The last cakeball I had was gingerbread. jesmck at yahoo dot com

  353. I subscribe by email. jesmck at yahoo dot come

  354. Jan R says:

    I have not had a cake ball…would love to make one!

  355. Jan R says:

    I am an email subscriber.

  356. Mine was plain old chocolate but it was awesome!

  357. Stephanie says:

    Following you on Pinterest.

  358. Stephanie says:

    Love cake balls, definitely need some new to try.

  359. Zahava says:

    Plain ole chocolate

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