recipe for chockolate balls
You’ve definitely grown up making (and eating) these chocolate coconut balls, if you’re anything like me. It is kind of funny considering that I never made them with rum once (although if you like, you should totally add a bit!).
This is a perfect recipe in the kitchen for getting the kids to help out. If the TM has done its job by grinding the biscuits and mixing all the tasty ingredients together, by rolling the mixture into heaped teaspoon-sized balls, get the kids involved. These little coconut chocolate balls make a perfect (and easy!) treat for lunchboxes. They’re even great for mid-morning nibbles with a cuppa!
This can be kept for up to 1 week in an airtight jar… but I’ve never really checked it out since ours vanish too easily!
- Extra coconut for rolling
- ¼ cup of cocoa
- 250g biscuits
- 1 X 395g tin of thick milk
- 1 cup of coconut
Place the biscuits in a bowl with TM.
Crush 8-10 times or until the biscuits imitate fine crumbs, by pressing Turbo.
Add the chocolate powder, condensed milk and coconut.
Mix for 20 seconds on Reverse Speed 3 or before well blended (you may need to scrape the bowl down halfway through mixing).
Roll the mixture into balls with heaped teaspoons.
To coat, roll in the extra coconut.