Now I for sure know I have your attention haha. Honestly funfetti cake is just the best.
Funfetti lucky charm cake bites…
A perfect, fun, and easy treat that will look darling on any St. Pattys Day dessert table.
1 box confetti cake (*read the box for ingredients you may have to get (i.e: eggs, oil etc. ) My cake box said if you don’t have eggs use Sour Cream and it was the best replacement I ever stumbled upon because it made the cake SO MOIST.)
1 box lucky charms
1 container Vanilla Frosting
1 bag of white chocolate chunks (good for melting)
Step 1: Pre Heat your oven to the temperature your cake box recommends
Step 2: Mix all cake ingredients together and bake your cake.
Step 3: Take the cake out of the oven and let it cool for 5 minutes on the counter then IN THE FRIDGE for 20 minutes.
Step 4: Line a baking sheet with parchment paper while the cake cools
Step 5: Take the cake out and put it into a large bowl. Then in the bowl mix together the cake and 2 cups of lucky charms. (I used sour cream in my cake mix recipe which is why i think my cake balls held together). Once the lucky charms are mixed in start creating little round cake balls. If the cake balls are not holding up add a 1/2 the jar of frosting into the bowl. This acts like glue.
Step 6: Place each ball on the lined baking sheet and put the balls back in the fridge for 20 minutes. This allows them to harden and will keep them together when dipping them in the white chocolate.
Step 7: In a microwave safe bowl, dump the chocolate morsels into the bowl and melt 30 seconds at a time until chocolate is all the way melted.
Step 8: Take one cake ball at a time dunk into the chocolate and put back onto the parchment. Before moving onto the next, top the cake ball with 3 little marshmallows from your lucky charms. Then repeat until all are covered.
Step 9: Place the pan back in the fridge for 20 minutes to let the chocolate harden.
These Funfetti Lucky Charm Cake Bites are for sure gonna win over everyone’s taste buds and are the perfect treat at the end of the rainbow.
For me whenever I think St. Patty’s Day, I think lucky charms so I always try to incorporate them and indulge in them around this holiday, because if I’m honest I don’t ever eat sugar cereal otherwise.