2 chocolate Cake Balls!

Few days ago,I saw someone on TV making cake pops,but unfortunately, I didn’t have the sticks,neither All purpose flour,so I was trying to find a coconut flour cake recipe And so I found it.. But the cake was extremely dense and I had to add something to make it moist and fluffy. I made this coconut flour cake balls,and of course I add couple more things…!!

I added:

  • 1/2 cup melted chocolate chips into the batter
  • 1 tsp. almond extract
  • 1/3 cup coconut cream

I divided  the batter in two to make a dark chocolate cake and I added:

  • 1/3 cup cocoa powder
  • 1 tbsp dark rum

Instead of cake pan,I used muffin tins,because there were easy to use later on!

when the muffins are done,let them cool completely. In two separate balls,crumble the muffins. There were so moist and fluffy,that I didn’t have to add any cream cheese to make it lookPrepare a baking sheet covered with wax paper or parchment,take a bit of a cake mixture and roll it into a smooth ball. There were so moist and fluffy and I could easily roll it into a ball,that I didn’t have to add any cream cheese to make it like the usual cake mixture. But if it doesn’t,add few spoons of coconut cream.

Let it on the fridge for couple of hours. After you refrigerate them,cover them into a melted white chocolate and melted semi-sweet chocolate.

Unfortunately, I was trying to find my photos in my camera,but accidentally,I deleted the photos that I was preparing the  cake,but I have the results!!

And there are great!! So moist and delightful! We sure,devour them all!

 

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