But for my honey, who is a sugar-holic, I knew I wanted to make something special before he went off to finish off his golf tournaments in Canada. He loves anything chocolate and caramel and he loves golf sooo… fudgy caramel kit kat golf cake it is!
So for this fabulosity, I took a few simple steps. It really looks harder than it was. I was done with it in about an hour and it was so moist and amazing. I did cheat a little bit and got a box cake for the base…sue me!
What you will need:
- Betty Crocker Super Moist Chocolate Cake (+ eggs & oil mentioned on back of box)
- Two 8 inch round cake pans (disposable OK)
- Butter for greasing pans
- 1 can of Dulce De Leche
- Betty Crocker Green Cupcake Frosting
- Shot glass
- Flag (kabob stick and red construction paper cut and glued)
- About 9 packages of 4 kit kats. I bought 2 of the family packs that have 6 packages in them. Woohoo! Leftover Kit Kats for me!
- Golf ball
- Platter or cake stand
My life was made easy by Publix carrying this already-made sweetness.
I grab one of my trusty shot glasses and, rim side down..I dive it into the cake about half an inch deep. Once you have your perfect circle, take a spoon and dig out the hole!
I played around with all the attachments to make the grass look realistic. I made the grass effect by basically dotting the icing on the cake… yes, one by one. Its not a huge cake, so this doesn’t take too long. Then you can decorate the outside of the cake however you’d like with the remaining icing. I just did a few little grass sprouts around the cake.
I stuck my little flag on a stick in the hole and then stole one of my honey’s golf balls, brand new and clean of course!
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See you sweeties soon! xoxo, Tiny Taster