No Bake Cake Batter Truffles

I mean, do I even need to explain why I would make something called No Bake Cake Batter Truffles? I didn't think so. Beyond delicious. Relatively easy (if you aren't OCD about the chocolate not being perfect) and will last a few days...if you don't eat them all at once. I made these for J's bday party, but ended up NOT putting them out for the masses because they were just too good to share. Thank you Chef in Training for this tasty treat!

No Bake Cake Batter Truffles
Makes: 20-25 Truffles
Cook time according to Chef in Training: She doesn't say
Cook time according to Rachel: 35 mins + at least an hour in freezer or refrigerator
How difficult was this for Rachel: Not too hard!

1 cup vanilla or yellow cake mix, dry
1/4 cup sweetened condensed milk
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1 tbsp Agave
1 container dipping chocolate

You will also need parchment paper


In a large mixing bowl, combine ingredients except chocolate. Mixture should be quite solid and not runny. 

Dough looks dryer than it should. I flipped 2 steps. Don't ask.
Roll dough into small balls. Refrigerate for 15 mins. Remove balls from fridge. 

Prepare dipping chocolate according to directions. While chocolate is melting, place the parchment paper onto baking sheet.  Here comes the fun part. Dip balls into chocolate making sure the ball is fully covered. I used a tooth pick. If you have a better idea, let me know.

Place balls onto parchment paper. I didn't really care how "perfect" my balls looked.  Once all balls are dipped and placed, refrigerate or place in freezer for at least an hour or until chocolate has hardened. 

Make sure to store any uneaten balls in the fridge. 

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