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Snowball Cake

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A grown-up version of the classic lunchbox treat, this cake will bring back memories and bring up the question we all had as kids: how did the cream filling get in there?
15 min
2 hr 20 min
16 servings
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I've made this cake many times, it's a challenge to me because it doesn't come out of the bowl like the picture. Why? How can I get it to come out clean? My family loves it & I've taken it to party's.
We live in sunny Las Vegas, and have very little snow here. I made this cake for our family and friends at Thanksgiving, and it was a hit, so moist, and yummy. I told my kids, we may not have snow like Grandma, but we can enjoy our Snowball! Thanks for the recipe.
It was very good and easy. However the next time I make it, I will mix in one bowl, butter and flour another bowl. The top of the cake came off when I tipped it out - even though I had buttered the bowl before I began and loosened the edges. Very pretty presentation and tasty!
This cake was a wonderful dessert,I served Christmas day and got rave reviews from all. The only difference to the recipe is I made the cake in one bowl and greased and flowered another metal bowl to use for baking. No problems with sticking.
I made this cake for a women's group Christmas function at my church. After reading other reviews, I used a separate bowl to mix the batter and then poured it into another bowl to bake and had no problem removing it when done. I added a little vanilla to the cream cheese filling for more flavor, and I used white chocolate instant pudding instead of vanilla to keep the snowball white as suggested by another reviewer. The cake was beautiful and got a lot of "ahs" and "ohs." Everyone who got a slice said it was wonderful and the compliments were all positive. I am making it again this weekend to take to a private party. Thanks for a show-stopping recipe and thanks to other reviewers who helped me make the cake even better than the original recipe!
I also made this recipe for Christmas, without reading the ratings. I too was disappointed with the filling. It was all in one portion of the cake and was not sweet enough. The cake however was refrigerated, and over all tasted great! So moist! I would make this again, and like others would fool with the filling to get more flavor and sweetness.
I made this for New Year's. The cake was good, and we really loved the frosting, but the cream cheese filling tasted eggy, dense, and just not sweet enough(we ended up scooping it out). I did use 1/3 less fat cream cheese, so maybe that changed the taste? It baked well, and I didn't have any trouble removing from the bowl, and looked great decorated. Would try again, with a modified filling.
D-li-scious!! We had this cake at Christmas, and everyone loved it!
This cake is wonderful. I did add half tablespoon extra of sugar and used an entire package of coconut for icing. Refrig. icing before spreading and cover edges of cake to prevent burning the last half hour.
I made this cake for our Christmas Day Dinner. It is delicious! A couple of things I would change. It is really better cold so I would make it a day ahead to give the icing and cake time to chill. I did have a small piece on top that stuck to the bowl but I managed to piece it back on which worked fine. I will be making this again for sure!
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