Chocolate is a surefire hit at most events, so put a little spin on it with these amazing chocolate balls!

With this super quick and super easy recipe, you can whip up a batch of these delightful chocolate balls in no time!

Serve these with some tea with your friends, or chuck a plate on the table for the kids! Even keep them in the fridge and put them in their lunchboxes for school (they’re sure to love it)!

Looking for the right bickies to crush up for these? Keep an eye out for these ones from Coles, they’re perfect for this recipe!


Ingredients (makes 30 Chocolate Balls)

  • 1 packet marie biscuits, crushed
  • 2 tablespoon cocoa
  • 1 Can condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup coconut (plus a little extra for rolling)

Method

  1. Combine crushed biscuits with all other ingredients. Roll in coconut or chocolate sprinkles.
  2. Refrigerate and serve.


  • Yummy

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  • Good old truffles. A staple treat when I was growing up. And Funny, as adults, when we all see a truffle we gravitate to them – reminds us of our childhood.

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  • I love making these but no one else in the house eat them!

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  • These are super delicious, and so easy to make.

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  • These are just always a winner, taste amazing and easy to make. My kids love them (and I have to try and stop myself from eating them too!)

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  • I have eaten them before from my friends house.They are great for kids parties.

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  • Just the recipe I need for next week. I’m getting part of our house renovated and wasn’t sure what to make to go with our cuppas. So simple it won’t take use up too much time. Thank you so much for making my days just that little bit easier.

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  • Would not use condensed milk so unhealthy, maybe try coconut cream/milk.


    • I agree. I also wouldn’t use Marie biscuits, I prefer to use nuts or sunflower seed

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  • Oh wow…. that looks super easy…. will try out tom!

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  • Chocolate coconut balls are delicious sweet balls of delight.


    • A good fete recipe too – wrapped in cellophane with a ribbon.

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  • I make these all the time for the kids. They’re a huge hit with adults and kids alike

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  • Easy and they taste good. Problem is I eat too many. Thanks.

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  • gosh, haven’t made these for ages…. yummo

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  • just heard an idea about adding m and m’s and sprinkles to these balls lol. versatile recipe, that’s for sure. Cheers to you for sharing

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  • These look amazing!

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