Here we are almost done with the second week in March, with 8 days left until St. Patty’s Day! I think it’s time I bring you something green! Last week, when I made the Cake Ball Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie, I knew that I wanted to make a green and gold version. I call these Funfetti Pot ‘O Gold Cookies!
I started with my grandmother’s sugar cookie, dyed it green, and then stuffed it with a golden yellow cake ball. Better yet, I added some sprinkles to my cake ball to make it resemble a funfetti cake ball!
My grandmother’s sugar cookie is more of a butter sugar cookie than a sugary-sugar cookie. Therefore, I added a bit more frosting to the cake crumbs to enhance the sweetness. I found these adorable four leaf clover sprinkles at my local cake supply store, which I used on top of my cookie to add a little bit more green! Continue reading
It’s been widely popular this past year to find safe ways to eat our favorite girls’ night snack: cookie dough! When we were little, my sister and I were babysitting my little brother. We made a batch of cookie dough and made him eat it with us. He got super sick, oops. Ever since, he won’t touch raw cookie dough.
There are tons of cookie dough cupcakes, but what happens when you want to stuff a cookie full of cupcake? It’s a pretty simple fix really. You make a cake ball and cover it in cookie dough, bake and ta-da, you have a cake ball stuffed cookie!
First you need to make some cake balls. I have told you before, I never waste cake or cupcakes, I always crumble it up and throw it in the freezer for a later date (is that normal?). If you don’t already have some cake saved up, you should make a batch of your favorite cake, let it cool and break it into little crumbs. Then add your favorite frosting. Continue reading