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This is a super easy shortcut recipe for German chocolate cake balls.
Bake the cake according to the box directions. Allow it to cool, then crumble it into a large bowl. Mix in the can of frosting. It’s best to do this with your (very clean) hands. I mush it all together until it’s really well combined and has uniform texture.
Roll the “dough” into balls. I like them just slightly larger than 1″ each. Place the balls on a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet. Chill them in the refrigerator.
While they’re firming up in the fridge, melt the chocolate in the microwave in a glass bowl. Heat the chocolate for about a minute, then stir and heat for additional 30 second increments until it’s melted.
Dip the chilled balls in the melted chocolate then place them back on the wax paper. Sprinkle with coconut and chopped pecans before the chocolate sets.
After they’re “dry” … enjoy! Try not to eat too many at once!
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