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Chocolate Covered Cake Bites

chocolate covered cake bites

I did something ridiculous that I feel the need to share.

I made a pound cake. This pound cake. Then I went all crazypants and chopped it up into cubes and dipped each one of those babies in chocolate. Here I present to you

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I love my mini desserts. They’re sort of like a donut hole, but not.

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They’re sort of like a cake pop, but not. They’re sort of like a petit four. Wait, are they petit fours? They’re sort of the best thing you could ever do to cake.

I don’t think these need much explanation, nor can I think of one because my brain is here right now. But I made these before I left and I thought you should know. Happy Valentine’s Day. And a very happy birthday to this guy. Aloha. Chocolate Covered Cake Bites Ingredients: This pound cake, cooled then chopped into cube 2 bags (12-oz) chocolate chips 4 tablespoons canola oil Directions:

  1. Pour one bag of chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl. Add 2 tablespoons of oil. Microwave on 50% power for 1 minute. Stir. Repeat until chocolate is melted.
  2. Dip the cake cubes into the chocolate and let rest on cooling rack or parchment paper. Place in the refrigerator to let chocolate harden. Enjoy.


  1. I used milk chocolate and semi-sweet chocolate chips. You could use white chocolate too. Use what you like.
  2. I used gluten free flour. More on this later. I have a whole post coming about it, but I used Thomas Keller’s Cup4cup flour. Amazing.
  3. I found that chopsticks worked well for dipping the cake. I used a gentle rolling method that seemed to work best. Gently lay the cake bite in the chocolate and roll on all sides using the chopsticks to lightly cover. I liked this better than the dunking method.
  4. I placed the dipped cake on a cooling rack so the excess chocolate could drip off and let them harden on the rack. They stuck and the bottoms looked like this. So the next round I put on parchment, let them sit a few minutes and then transferred to a new sheet of parchment. That worked well. If you use a cooling rack, I suggest moving them off before the chocolate completely hardens.
  5. I melted the chocolate in the microwave because I took a chocolate class here and learned it’s the best way to melt chocolate that has already been tempered.
  6. I also learned to keep the chocolate warm by setting
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56 thoughts on “Chocolate Covered Cake Bites

  1. Found you through Foodgawker and was like- hey- Koolina! I’ve been meaning to make it over there one of these weekends- last time I went over the lagoons were under construction because of the Disney resort. Such beautiful beaches… and beautiful cake bites too :)

    • That’s a good eye you have! We just walked through the Disney resort today and checked out their aquarium. It’s nice over there. This whole resort is amazing. I love your island! I also love your blog!

  2. amazing idea. everything is better in mini size! perhaps i will do this with a little red dye so the pound cake is pink for valentine’s day!!

  3. So we were the recipients of these fabulous little bites! Can I say AMAZING, and then AMAZING AGAIN!!!! Seriously, I love food, and these little packages of delight are the BEST desert I have ever eaten! What type of chocolate did you use?

    • Hi! I used a bag of Ghirardelli milk chocolate chips and a bag of Trader Joe’s semi-sweet chocolate chips. I’m so happy you guys liked them so much :)

  4. Bite size, just right for my diet. I’ll just eat one. I’ll just eat another one. I’ll just eat one more. Just one more….. I’m on the floor with a smile on my face.

  5. These look great, I can’t wait to make these for an outing I have this weekend! Do you think it would be ok to use extra virgin olive oil rather canola oil for the melted chocolate? Thanks again!

    • I’ve never tried but you should use a really mild/neutral tasting oil. I think you’d be able to taste olive oil. Coconut oil might work and give it a nice flavor?

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  10. Making some of these for Christmas, will add a touch of Mint,family loves Mint Chip Ice Cream, just know these will be wonderful. Thank You

  11. You are the greatest!! Thanks for posting your amazing story/recipe. I was looking for just this….I made a pound cake, cut it into cubes, dipped it in the chocolate, put them on waxed paper in the fridge and voila…beautiful like cake bites!!

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Posted on February 9, 2012

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