King’s Hawaiian Christmas Bread Balls

Doesn’t everyone love a cake ball? I mean seriously, they are everywhere! But cake balls can be a little labor intensive if you ask me. Remember the Snicker’s Cake balls? I decided to make these super easy, not too sweet, no-bake sweet bread balls with the help of my friends at King’s Hawaiian!


Aren’t they cute? I think these would be especially fun to make with little kids. They are easy (no baking!) and fun to decorate. Plus, they are ready fast, so no impatient little ones.

You’ll need:

1 King’s Hawaiian Original¬† Round Sweet Bread

1 package of melting white chocolate

Sprinkles and icing to decorate!

Peel off pieces of bread and roll into golf ball sized balls. Roll them as tight as you can. The bread is so moist that this is really easy.

Melt the white chocolate according to the directions on the package. Using a spoon, dip each King Hawaiian Bread ball into the chocolate. Place on parchment paper or wax paper to harden.

Before the white chocolate hardens, sprinkle or decorate with fun sprinkle and icing!

And there you have it! Super easy and fun bread balls!

Yum! Have fun and Merry Christmas!

Bacon and Leek Savory Thanksgiving Bread Pudding

It’s almost Thanksgiving and I could not be more excited to go home for a few days and hang out with my family. Speaking of family, or ohana, as the Hawaiians like to call it, I made this delicious recipe for King’s Hawaiian .

This recipe doesn’t require nearly as many ingredients as other bread puddings.

You all know I love simple delicacies.

Don’t forget to go check out this recipe! Click here!

What are you thinking of making on the big day?

Hawaiian Luau

It’s a luau y’all! A few girlfriends and I like to get together every few weeks just to catch up. And of course, there is always a ton of food!

First, always have a good cocktail on hand. This fruity champagne punch was refreshing and great way to kick off the evening. Thanks Haley and Lynnsie!

Next up are the appetizers! Pepperoni bites and artichoke, mozzarella, kalamata olives were gobbled up in no time. Great job LaStu!

Craving this right now!

Pineapple salsa… Definitely a must for any luau! Good call Schu!

Mushrooms and pineapples oh my!
This was all Kurio, I think!

Strawberry salad with a homemade vinaigrette is a winner with the ladies.
BHamm and MaxMax know how to make a mean salad!

BBQ chicken skewers… Mmmm. So proud of Cranch’s cooking skills!

These delicious ham and cheese sliders on King’s Hawaiian bread were insanely delicious!

I definitely could have eaten an entire pan of these! These were mouthwatering CLaine!

And of course, invite over all of your beautiful ohana!

To see what I made hop on over to the King’s Hawaiian Blog

¬°Mahalo Amigos!

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