I use this recipe for biscuits that I have bought that my children don’t like. You can add chocolate powder, honey, peanut butter or cocoa to your mixture to change the flavour. You could also add dried fruit, choc chips. It’s up to you.


Ingredients (serves 6 | makes 20 Balls)

  • 1 Packet Biscuits
  • 1/2 - 1 tin Condensed Milk
  • 3 Cups Coconut (shredded or dessicated)
  • 1 cup Optional extra (peanut butter, chocolate chips, dried fruit)

Method

  1. Blend your biscuits in a food processor until fine and crumbly and transfer to a bowl.
  2. Add 1 cup of coconut (and any optional extras you like) to the biscuits and stir through.
  3. Add approximately half a can of condensed milk and mix until even. If the mixture is not sticky and wet add some more. Depending on the biscuits chosen you may need the whole tin.
  4. Roll the sticky mixture into balls. Roll each ball in coconut until the outside is covered as pictured. Store in refrigerator

  • Mum used to make these with us all the time as kids. Great way to use up biscuits, but I always find myself eating the condensed milk straight from the tin haha old habits die hard

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  • Rum ball recipe with out the rum …yumm.

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  • This is a yummy quick treat that anyone could master thanks for sharing

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  • These sound like just the recipe for me. I usually ended up eating the biscuits because my boys didn’t like what I’d got. Wish I’d had this recipe then.

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  • Oh – how wonderful these sound. I make something similar that is dialysis friendly.

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  • I doubt have buisuts sounds like a very versitile recioe I’d love to try thanks

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  • Have no biscuits or condensed milk at home. But peanutbutter and coconut alone, make nice bliss balls too :)

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  • I HAVe all the ing ingredients in the pantry Iam making it

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  • Quick and easy. Will have to make these for sure

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  • What a fab idea! Who would have thought? I hate throwing anything out and I’m learning there is something for everything! Great recipe idea.

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  • What a clever way to get rid of biscuits. Thanks for sharing

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  • A quick one there and the children can help too. We are trying out different ways of doing these.

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  • Now I have a way of using ‘those’ biscuits in the pantry. Thanks.

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  • ???? oh my these sound so yummy I’ll be trying these this week

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  • Ahhh love these types of handy receipts, using ingredients in the pantry, that can be made in no time at all and still look impressive!

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