I’m here to tell you about something sweet. Something incredibly sweet. BLONDIE BALLS.
Yep, I know you’re asking yourself, “what the heck is a blondie ball”, and well, I am here to tell you.
Cake pops are all the rage, and if you’re interested in those, you may be interested in what I’m about to share with you.
Making these bite sized treats doesn’t involve adding icing to the cake, but it is a similar process.
To make Blondie Balls, use your favorite Blondie recipe, or mine. If you use my recipe, you may omit the Butterfingers ( but only if you want to).
Once baked and cooled, crumble your Blondies into little pieces.
Using a melon baller, or your hands (which is much more fun) form small balls out of the crumbled Blondies.
Place these on a greased cookie sheet, then set them in the freezer for 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, melt chocolate chips or baking chocolate using any method you prefer. I also melted caramels!
Remove the Blondie Balls from the freezer. Using a fork, spoon, or other clever device, coat each Blondie Ball in chocolate…then dip it in other toppings, if you wish. I used flaked coconut, chopped walnuts, and sprinkles. Really, you can do whatever you wish.
After coating, let the chocolate (or other topping) set and harden for a few minutes in the fridge.