There are very few pink things I don't enjoy, and this Pink Velvet Cake Truffle recipe from the blog 'How Sweet It Is' is definitely a new favorite. These bited-size goodies are a charming alternative to the infamous red velvet and are relatively easy to make.
The Pink Velvet Cake Truffle recipe suggests that bakers use a cake mix from a box as opposed to baking from scratch; doing so saves time and ensures that the measurements will be accurate. After the batter is mixed, infused with pink food dye -- the most important ingredient -- and rolled into tiny rosy balls, the truffles are cooked a bit longer and then dipped into melted milk chocolate and topped with rainbow sparkles. The finished product is an adorably delicious pink treat!
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