Introduction: Swedish Fika Chocolate Bites

Hello and welcome to this instructable! This is a commonly known treat for events when your family get together, have a cup of coffee and have some cookies. It's called in the Swedish word fika. The best time of the day!

This is a simple guide to make some chocolate bites for the evening.

Step 1: Equipment

Here's what you will need:
* A coffee maker
* Coffee
* A bowl
* 100 grams of butter
* A microwave
* 1 dl of sugar
* 2 tbsp of vanilla powder
* 2 tbsp of cacao
* 2 tbsp of oboy, drinking chocolate powder
* 3 dl of oats
* 2 tbsp of coffee
* A tree fork
* Pearl sugar
* Coconut flakes
* Powdered sugar

Step 2: Coffe

Make some coffee, use 2 tbsp of it.

Step 3: Butter

Mesure 100 g of butter.

Step 4: Microwave

Microwave it for 30 seconds so it softens.

Step 5: Butter

It should not melt just be soft.

Step 6: Sugar

Add 1 deciliter of sugar.

1 dl is not really a cup. About 0.4 cups of sugar if you use American measurements.

Step 7: Vanilla Powder

Add 1 matsked (msk) thus 1 tablespoon (tbsp) of vanilla powder.

Step 8: Cacao

Add 2 tbsp of cacao.

Step 9: Oboy

Add 2 tbsp of oboy, drinking chocolate powder. If you do not have this, skip this step.

Step 10: Oats

Add 3 dl of oats. 1.2 cups

Step 11: Coffe

Add 2 tbsp of coffee.

Step 12: Mix

Mix everything well together.

Step 13: Layers

Fill 3 bowls of pearl sugar, coconut flakes and powdered sugar.

Step 14: Form to Balls

Pick up some of the consistency and form it to a ball.

Step 15: Cover

Put the chocolate bite in to a bowl. Roll it around so it's entirely covered.

When rolling in powdered sugar, make sure to shake the chocolate bite in the hand as it gets a lot of powdered sugar on it. Seen in 3rd and 4th picture.

Step 16: Store Aside

When you have rolled them, put them in a bowl. If not served directly, put them bare in the freezer.

Step 17: Eat!

And that's it! Now, let's fika!

Comments

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jhansson1 (author)2015-10-12

In Sweden "we call them ni.. ni.. wienerbröd" ;)

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Kackerlacka (author)jhansson12015-10-12

Yeah right! I had a hard time choosing a fair title actually since they contain too little chocolate to be called chocolate balls and too little coconut flakes to be called "kokosbollar". Ne...bollar it is. ;)

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Ehlers_TV (author)2015-10-11

Yummy :-)

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