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{Recipe} Sushi Cake Balls

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Credit: Crazy for Cake Pops

Crazy for Cake Pops” is a crafty cookbook that teaches you how to make the cutest one-bite snacks on a stick. Game Night Poker Chips and Dice, Birthday Party Clowns, Baby Shower Rattles…this book covers any and every occasion that calls for cake pops! This adorable book has 50 designs and 70 stunning color photos – making it easy to get your creations just right.

The one recipe that jumped right out at me while flipping through the book was for Sushi Cake Balls. When I saw this, I nearly died – soooooo stinking cute and JUST PERFECT for me. I’m so pleased to be able to share the recipe with you, with permission from Ulysses Press.

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{Recipe} Sushi Cake Balls
Recipe Type: Dessert
Author: Molly Bakes (from Crazy for Cake Pops by Ulysses Press)
These sushi-inspired cake balls look so realistic you could serve them as canapés at your next party and astonish all your guests.
Ingredients
  • 20 medium cake balls, chilled
  • 1 (14-ounce) bag white candy melts
  • 14-ounce) bag each orange and red candy melts
  • White sugar strands or sprinkles
  • 50 grams (¼ cup) black fondant, kneaded
  • Equipment
  • Rolling pin
  • Small palette knife
Instructions
  1. Prepare cake balls using your favorite recipe.
  2. Split each cake ball in half. Keeping them in pairs, shape each half into a rectangular block—they can be irregular sizes.
  3. Melt the white candy. Stick each pair of blocks together, using the candy as glue, and insert a toothpick into each sushi piece. Leave to set. Place a sheet of parchment paper under a wire rack. Holding it by the toothpick, dip each piece fully into the white candy and shake off the excess. Run the toothpick through the wire rack and leave to set.
  4. Melt the orange and red candy separately. Dip the top half of 10 sushi pieces into the red candy and the other 10 into the orange candy. While the orange candy is still wet, use a toothpick to draw chevrons on it with the white candy. Give it a gentle shake to smooth it out. Return to the wire rack to dry.
  5. Dab the remaining white candy around the bottom of each piece, sprinkling the white sugar strands as you go. Remove the toothpicks and leave to set.
  6. Roll out the black fondant and cut out 20 strips about ⅝ inch wide and 4 inches long. Working quickly before the fondant dries, wrap them around the side of each piece. Place on a tray lined with parchment paper to set.
  7. Makes 20 balls

 

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Comments

  1. I know, right?!?!? Fondant is like using modeling clay when you were a kid in school. Or maybe a thicker Play-Doh. Super fun and easy to do. I made some ocean themed cupcakes last year. WIll have to post them for you when I get a chance!

  2. So cute! I;m sharing this w/ my sisters.

  3. NO WAY! These are so cute! I have never tried these but know my daughter who is 12 would love to try. She and other kids are pretty into sports so maybe try some basketball or volleyball pops with dipped tinted chocolate bark? thanks for the info!

    ps. never worked with fondant before but love to try!

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