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superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 18:42:22

I need help

I need to send cakes in with DC tomorrow

cakes have fallen apart, I have lots of bits of choc sponge

can I do anything with this or are DC not taking cake in tomorrow

they were meant to be little cars sad.

anothermakesthree Thu 27-Nov-14 18:46:34

Chocolate Rice Krispie cakes? (Rice Krispies + melted chocolate). V easy

superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 18:48:50

I haven't got any choc in the house and DC has gone out sad

I have bits of choc sponge icing sugar and probably a few other bits

GooseRoasties Thu 27-Nov-14 18:48:51

I once made like cake truffles with my left over Xmas pudding one year... Just get the bits of cake into as much as a ball shape as you can and cover in chocolate..
Very yummy!

superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 18:49:19

I meant dh gone out

trying to get DC to bed

superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 18:50:06

I have nutella

Pixa Thu 27-Nov-14 18:54:17

Some form of cake pop possibly? If you have some ice cream cones, I would put the cake-pop type mixture in there, then pipe nicely on too and add some sprinkles.

superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 19:00:44

i do have ice cream cones

what would suggest I do? talk to me as if I am a complete novice

SaucyJack Thu 27-Nov-14 19:04:35

Have you got raisins and/or sweets?

Maybe squash it into some sort of tray bake type thing with melted Nutella.

superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 19:09:15

I have sweets and dried cranberries.

how would I do that?

DarylDixonsDarlin Thu 27-Nov-14 19:12:25

Yes if you make a cake pop type mixture, you could still shape them into cars and decorate them accordingly?

Cake pops I cake and buttercream I think, nutella might work? Only.one way to find out...--send the trial ones to me--

superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 19:13:36

that's the problem

I have a load of broken cake pieces already

tray bake might work if someone explains it to me

Hoppinggreen Thu 27-Nov-14 19:16:45

Mx cake crumbs with butter cream icing and shape into balls. Cover in chocolate or icing

SaucyJack Thu 27-Nov-14 19:16:58

Melt the Nutella in the microwave with some milk, icing sugar and water. Like the consistency of Rice Krispie cake sauce.

Mix in cranberries, sweets and lumps of cake. Pour it into a flat, square pan and leave it in the fridge overnight to set. Cut it into squares or slices tomorrow morning.

Imagine a sort of rocky road.

superbagpuss Thu 27-Nov-14 19:27:50

thank you

Pixa Thu 27-Nov-14 19:50:41

I would have blended them cake bits, then added the Nutella/milk/icing sugar combo, and then mixed the cake bits and Nutella mixture. Then I would have stuffed into the ice cream cones, and piped a cupcake style swirl on top. Works really well with flat ice cream cones.

You can also fill the bottom of ice cream cones with smarties or some other sweet as a little surprise! smile

LaurieFairyCake Thu 27-Nov-14 19:54:03

Eat them.

Say you forgot.

ClangerOnaComeDown Thu 27-Nov-14 21:32:24

If using Nutella please label them.

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