Halloween Eyeball Cake Balls

Halloween Eyeball Cake Balls

These little bites of terror are sure to be a hit at your Halloween party or just as a spooky treat for yourself. Plus, they're super easy to make, so even if you're not a master baker, you can still impress your friends with your creepy culinary skills.
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1. Prepare and cook the cake as per the packet instructions. Allow to cool.
2. Once the cake is cooled break up and blitz into a food processor until you have fine crumbs. Mix together with the butter cream, combine until you have the consistency of wet sand. Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper. Roll the cake mix into 12 equal sized balls and place onto the tray and into the fridge for 30 minutes to firm up.
3. Prepare the cherries using a chopstick to widen the hole in the middle and stuff a blueberry inside each to make eyeballs. Break the white chocolate up into pieces and place in a bowl, microwave in 30 second bursts, stirring each time until melted and smooth.
4. Using a fork, dip each cake ball into the chocolate and turn until completely covered before placing onto a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper. Stick a cherry into the top of each ball – you’ll need to do this straight after dipping so the chocolate doesn’t set. Repeat until each ball has a cherry on top then place back in the fridge for another hour to firm up.
5. Once the chocolate has set use the writing icing to decorate each eyeball with squiggly lines to create veins. Remove from the baking tray and serve on a spooky platter.


• 1 shop bought box of red velvet cake + ingredients instructed on the box
• 400g tub of butter cream
• 12 Opies Cocktail Cherries
• 200g quality white chocolate
• 12 blueberries
• Red writing icing

Autumn Cocktail Cherries Eggs Food Fruit Halloween Perfect For A Party Sweet