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  • Makes 25
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients

28 Comments

Easy to make great for xmas


Ingredients (makes 25 )

  • 2 cups sweet biscuits , crushed
  • 1 cup dried mixed fruit, chopped
  • 1/2 cup desiccated cocount
  • 3 tbsp rum
  • 1/2 tin condensed milk
  • 1 tbsp cocoa powder
  • extra cocount

Method

  1. Combine all the ingredients, adding rum and enough condensed milk to the mixture to make a firm dough. Roll into balls about one tablespoonful of mixture. Roll balls in extra coconut and placevin fridge until firm. Eat and enjoy
  2. For extra flavour, chop the fruit and soak in rum for a day before making the rum balls. Double the recipe for more rum balls

  • Thanx for sharing, I just make them with nuts, dates coconut and raw chocolate powder

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  • My kids made this with the teachers last online learning school.

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  • I wish someone could just make me a packet of these each week! 1 treat for each day thanks

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  • These look like a tasty treat but I don’t like mixed fruit. I’ll give them a miss but love the recipe

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  • I love these minus the rum

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  • Oh yay ! I love rum balls. Such a good old fashioned Xmas recipe, I think I’ll make some this year.
    A good one to make ahead to save time

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  • Does it matter what kind of rum? I like Malibu

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  • I cannot remember the last time I had rum balls. I should make some for Christmas,

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  • Yum! Yum! Yum! I think it’s time to bring these out again this year. I won’t use rum though, just extra chocolate… and maybe add some mint!!

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  • We make something similar but with coconut cream and palm sugar. Will certainly try this one out.

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  • Sounds good and different with the dried fruit that ks for sharing

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  • Love all types of rum balls I haven’t tried this recipe but im keen

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  • My brother in law loves rum balls so I’ll have to give these a go!

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  • Fun to make and fantastic for Christmas!

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  • I like this recipe its got a twist that sounds delicious

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