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  • Makes 14
  • 10 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients

32 Comments

An easy recipe for anyone who needs a pick me up or a lunchbox treat Idea !
So easy to make and you most likely have all the ingredients already in your kitchen cupboard.


Ingredients (makes 14 Golfballs)

  • 250g Plain biscuits
  • 395g Sweetened condensed milk
  • 25g Cocoa powder
  • 100g Coconut flakes, for rolling
  • 50g Dried Cranberries

Method

  1. Place the biscuits in a bowl to crush them into fine crumbs (I used the potato masher to crush the biscuits).
  2. Add the cocoa powder, Condensed milk and dried cranberries (you can use any dried fruits really but cranberries give a nice texture to the finished product and no need to cut, dice or else with them). Give it a really good mix
  3. Use a teaspoon for measure. Take a teaspoon full of mixture in your hands and roll it, into a ball. One teaspoon full of mixture is all you need. Once you have the shape, drop it into the coconut flakes to give the balls a nice coating.
  4. Once you have the shape of the ball, you drop them in a bowl with the coconut flakes in it to give them a nice coat. (Instead of coconut flakes you could also use cocoa powder)
  5. Keep the finished Golfballs in the fridge for at least an hour. Enjoy the treat

  • Ohhh these sound so good! I love dried cranberries

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  • These look interesting thanks for sharing might give them a go.

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  • love your simple recipe and the addition of the dried cranberries – thank you for sharing I am off to raid the pantry to make these

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  • A little odd name but they sound okay. Interested to give them a go

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  • Golf balls! Now that’s an interesting name for these long time favourites of mine

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  • A fantastic recipe idea and they look great.

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  • Mmmm looks good. Fun to make and fun to eat. Thank you

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  • these look like good treat the kids could make themselves.

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  • A bit different to the usual recipe.. Will have to try this one too.

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  • Love this for heathly yet tasty lunchbox inspiration

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  • Interesting take on a classic recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  • I love this recipe. Can’t wait to make them.

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  • These sound great, but I always find making the balls time consuming.

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  • Yes, I like all the ingredients so these golf balls would taste really nice.

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  • Recipe looks easy and that is what we all need something quick and easy.

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