Easter Egg Cake Bites

I have to admit–I was a little nervous how these little cake bites would turn out. But look! Aren’t they pretty?

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Check them out more closely now–so that you can truly appreciate their glorious-ness. Oh, and that’s a pink bunny in the middle not a wisdom tooth. Just saying…

Followed the simple tips for making Cake Bites from the Bakerella blog a couple of years ago while making Halloween Cake Pops. It goes like this~

Bake your favorite cake as directed. Once cooled, crumble into a large bowl. Now add 3/4 of a tub of compatible frosting and stir.

Scoop the cake into balls and then form them into egg shapes…

like this. Refrigerate or freeze about an hour.

Once cooled, dip your little cake bites in melted white chocolate…or regular chocolate…whatever you like.

Spoon each egg onto a waxed paper lined cookie sheet.

Some of these eggs may look a bit scary to you–but we had so much fun. Also, after they were decorated, I was shocked at how good they looked.  :}

Once set–decorate any way you like. We used green candy melts–striped across–and colored sanding sugar.

And let me just tell you—

some sweet things are impossible to resist!

Note: Once your eggs set completely, store in an air tight container for up to 3-4 days…like they’ll last that long.

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4 Replies to “Easter Egg Cake Bites”

  1. Those look wonderfully delicious! Thank you for sharing step-by-step with pictures, I’ve always wondered how to do these. 🙂

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