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Friday, February 18, 2011

Eggless Peanut Fudge Stuffed Cake Balls

I prepared these cute cake balls for my daughter's birthday. She took it to school for her friends. They enjoyed eating these. Usually I prepare cake balls with dark chocolate. But this time I used white compound so that I can colour it. I also prepared peanut fudge and stuffed it into the cake ball. I used my usual eggless vanilla cake recipe for the cake. I used my usual butter cream recipe. I have taken the snap of the cross section of the cake ball. You can see the three different layers.

Butter cream:
Icing Sugar-1cups
Vanilla extract-1/4tsp

Eggless Vanilla Cake:
Condensed Milk-200gm / 1/2 tin
Baking powder-1tsp
Vanilla Extract-1/2tsp

Peanut Fudge:
Roasted Peanut-1cup
Condensed milk-4-5tbs
Milk Chocolate-500gm
Food colour-3-4drops

1. Beat butter, condensed milk in a bowl until smooth and fluffy.
2. Mix flour, baking powder and soda.
3. Mix milk and vanilla extract.
4. Add milk and flour alternatively and prepare a batter.
5. Grease a 9" cake tin and dust it with flour.
6. Pour the prepared batter in it.
7. Preheat oven to 175C.
8. Bake the cake for 30-40minutes or until a tooth pick inserted comes out clean.
9. Cool the cake on wire rack.
10. Crumble the cake in a mixer grinder.
11. Beat the ingredients given or the butter cream until soft and fluffy.
12. First add 1/2cup butter cream to the crumbled cake and mix them together to form a soft and crumbly dough.
13. If needed add more butter cream.
14. Take the roasted peanuts in a hand mill.
15. Crush them to tiny bits.
16. Add condensed milk and butter. Mix it well. The mixture will dry after 10minutes.
17. Prepare small balls out of the fudge.
18. Divide the cake dough into equal portions(this quantity makes about 40 pieces)
19. Make a small cup out of each ball, stuff it with the fudge ball and close the cup and roll it into a firm ball.
20. Refrigerate all the prepared balls. Refrigerating the balls avoids crumbs mixing into the chocolate while dipping.
21. Heat water in a pan. When it starts boiling, simmer and  place a bowl on top of the pan and add the chocolate bar.
22. When the chocolate compound starts melting switch off flame.
23. When the chocolate becomes smooth without any lumps, remove from the pan and add the colour.
24. Drop a cake ball into the chocolate. Rotate it gently with a fork.
25. When all the sides are coated, remove from chocolate with the fork.
26. Tap the fork on the side of the bowl to remove excess chocolate.
27. Gently roll out the cake ball on a butter paper.
28. The chocolate will harden in 2 minutes.
29. Cut aluminium foil into squares and wrap the cake balls with it.
30. Refrigerate before serving.

Photo Tutorial:

Crumble the cake

Mix Butter cream

Mix the crumbled cake and butter cream to prepare a dough
Divide it into small portions
Take peanuts in a small mill

Crushed peanuts collected into the container

Mix condensed milk and butter

Prepare small balls out of the peanut mixture

Stuff the cake portion with peanut ball
Roll into a perfect ball


Melt chocolate in a double boiler and mix in the colour

Drop the ball into the chocolate

Rotate it with a fork for even coating

Take the coated ball in the fork and tap to remove excess chocolate
Keep it gently on a butter paper

Coat all the balls
Wrap it in foil


  1. This is looking yummy! mouthwatering!


  2. Soo cute and irresistible cake balls, very interesting Gayathri..

  3. Interesting! I always thought Egg-Less makes something always Bad. This looks pretty nice!

  4. That's one innovative and interesting recipe. I'm sure the kids at school must have enjoyed it.

  5. Wow wow...that a great recipie:-)
    Looks soo yummy..wish i cud grab one :-)

  6. interesting and new to me...yummy! surely kids will like it!

  7. What a beautiful dessert!!A real treat indeed..

  8. Moon cake looks like this ...but I liked your cake very much..nice stuffing

  9. Gosh the cake balls look so cute. Very innovative dish gayatri Your daughter would have enjoyed a lot :)

  10. Lovely cake. Belated wishes on you daughter's birthday.

  11. Many happy returns to your little princess..God bless!
    The cake balls look so fun..beautifully done!

    US Masala

  12. Very innovative and delicious looking gayatri.. Birthday wishes to your daughter.

  13. Belated wishes to ur princess and very yummy looking cake balls.

  14. Belated wishes to ur darling... Perfect for any sweet tooth...

  15. Realy a fantastic treat hope your daughter and her friends enjoyed them alot you used beautiful colors too great dear.

  16. wow.. all this effort and you have yummy cake balls.. Am sure your daughter and friends went mad about this.. they will be waiting for the next treat soon..


  17. Many more happy returns of the day to your daughter... the cake balls looks yum... you r a super mom gayatri :-)

  18. Looks lovely..nice home made gift..:)

  19. looks mouth watering, gayathri.. very nice recipe


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