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Makes approx 50

A twist on cake-pops, these yummy bites are made of crushed digestive biscuits. The coatings can be either chocolate, crushed nuts or dessicated coconut. Ideal sweets for your Eid plate.

packet Digestive biscuits
(about 20-23 pieces)
5 tbsp.
Cadbury's cocoa powder
5 tbsp.
desiccated coconut
1/2 tin
condensed sweet milk
(approximately, you might need less)

Crush the biscuits either by putting them in a bag and smashing them with a rolling pin or by using a processor. Add the cocoa powder, condensed sweet milk and the desiccated coconut. Mix everything together until the mixture resembles a dough that can be easily formed into balls. Make sure you add the sweet milk a little at a time whilst mixing, stop when you feel you can form balls out of the mixture easily. If you accidentally add too much condensed milk, then you can always add a bit more coconut or digestives to compensate.

Once all are shaped, roll them in a coating of your choice. You can melt some chocolate and dip them into it (chill the Choco balls first if you are coating with chocolate then use a skewer to hold them whilst you dip) or you can roll them in some more desiccated coconut, or in crushed nuts of your choice. You can even leave them plain.

Enjoy! :)



Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

It is the same, just that Cadbury is a specific brand. Any good brand will do, like Hersheys and so on.

How many days we can eat chocoballs after make it? Bcz there are biscuits inside so after three to four days it will not become too soft?

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

They keep well for over a week, up to 2 weeks even if stored in an airtight container. And no they will not soften at all. :)

If we use unsweetened cocoa powder then we dont need to use sugar in Choco balls?

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

The condensed milk is sweetened.

100 ml condense milk is equal how many grams? Bcz I didn't find in grams

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

Just measure half a cup.

kateejah's picture

i have tried using coco crunch! wow nice taste. i have done mine in the shape of a ring.its innovative. just like super ring snacks!

Can evaporated milk be used instead of condensed milk?

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

No, you need condensed milk because it contains sugar and is sticky enough to bind everything well enough for shaping.

Mrs Abbas's picture

Salam appa
when i made these balls,it becomes little hard..didnt feel to refrigerate before dipping in chocolate sauce..where do i get wrong.plz explain as i want to make them again..thank u

Fauzia's Kitchen Fun's picture

W/Salaam, maybe you needed a bit more sweet milk. Add some more until you find the consistency is good. :)