Biscuit Bombs

Introduction: Biscuit Bombs

About: I enjoy making things by myself, trying to make this world better.

This recipe is quite easy and these cakes are quite tasty.
You can make it every time you want something sweet and delicious.

What did I make?
I made some delicious cakes.

How did I make it?
I gathered all ingredients I needed, I mixed them, I made some balls(bombs) from the obtained mixture and then I covered each bomb with coconut.

Where did I make it?
I made it at home.

What did I learn?
I learnt that you need only 30 min to make a dish with delicious cakes.

Step 1: Ingredients

For making these cakes you need:
- 600 gr simple biscuits
- 250 gr margarine for cakes(or shortening - if someone want to explain me the difference between them is welcome)
- 10 ml rum
- 40 gr vanilla sugar
- 3 tablespoon of cocoa
- some cherry in alcohol (or peanuts, nuts, hazelnuts, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries)
- grated fresh coconut (or cocoa, grated nuts, grated peanuts, grated almond)

Step 2:

First thing you have to do is to grind the biscuits.
Then put them in a big clean dish.

Step 3:

Mix all ingredients together besides the cherry in alcohol and the coconut.
Add some cold water until your mixture looks and feels like plasticine.

Step 4:

Next step is draining the cherries of alcohol.
Then pull out their kernels.
After that, grate the coconut.

Step 5:

Now let's make the bombs.
Take a morsel of the obtained mixture, roll it, put the cherry(or what you've chosen) in the middle, "close" the morsel and make it looks like a ball (or bomb).
Then cover the bomb with coconut and now you have your first bomb.

Step 6:

Let your sister helps you.

Step 7:

That's it.

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    Andrei, bring some to school, please! We want to TASTE the project!