Thursday, May 19, 2011

Low Calorie Cake Balls WW points + 1.5 each!

So I have been working diligently on making a low calorie cakeball. After many trials and error I have come up with several great recipes... Shaaazaaaam... these are awesome. 63 calories each and 1.8 points+ per cakeball. If you roll them in crushed cocoa almonds and omit the white chocolate dip then only 45 calories each and 1.4 ww points +. Let me know what you think....
Chocolate Mousse Frosting
8 oz Cool Whip Free
1 1.5 oz sugar free instant chocolate pudding mix
1/4 cup skim milk
Combine all in mixer. Beat 3 minutes, scraping bowl twice and chill 1 hour.
Angleic Devil's Food
1 16 oz sugar free devil's food cake mix
12 oz. diet soda
1 egg white
1 recipe chocolate mousse frosting
3 oz white chocolate or 1/2 cup crushed cocoa almonds
Pre-heat oven to 325 degrees. Combine cake mix, soda and egg white in mixer. Beat 1 minute on low and 2 more minutes on medium. Bake 30 minutes until done in sprayed 9x13 pan.
Make Frosting
Allow cake to cool and crumble with fork. Add chocolate mousse frosting and stir until well combined. Use 1 TBL scoop to evenly form 45 cakeballs on baking tray. Freeze cakeballs for 1 hour. Melt chocolate and dip the top half of cakeball to coat. (optional omit chocolate and crush cocoa almonds. Place in baggie and coat each cakeball by individually shaking in bag. Shake off any excess coating.)


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  3. Healthy and tasty! Thank you for sharing

  4. Howdy! I'm experimenting, looking for a good, WW-friendly cake ball recipe for cheap gifts. I made these and they're quite tasty!

    But how on earth did you use only 3 oz of the white chocolate?? I ended up using almost 12 (though, admittedly, I used a little glass bowl that I had to reheat after every few dips, and I believe I ruined some of the chocolate). Is there a good way to maintain the fluidity of the chocolate?