Koconut & Kream Snowballs

Introduction: Koconut & Kream Snowballs

About: I LIKE BIG BUTTS AND I CANNOT LIE THOSE OTHER BROTHERS CANT DENY...

 My mum kinda made this up, and it's really easy to make. I hadn't posted an instructable for a long time.

So I thought;  Hey, what the hell, might as well make an instructable!

These snowballs are like 'sweets' that are made from dessicated coconut and cream!

They look really nice and delicate...

The good thing is there are a variety toppings you can add, which makes it different every time...



Step 1: Ingredients


Dessicated Coconut - Any type will do...

• Single or Double Cream - Also known as heavy cream

• Sugar - Optional

Step 2: Just a Note...

 This recipe has no measurements 

It's one of those recipes where you use your instincts...

Step 3: Add the Koconut and Kane

 Add 'some' dessicated Koconut to a small bowl

Then add about a teaspoon of Kane (get it sugar cane?)

Step 4: Mix in Kream...

 Add cream little by little until it all sticks together and becomes 'mould-able'

Troubleshooting:

- If you add too much cream, add some more coconut

- If it still doesn't stick, place it in the depths of your freezer for 5-10 mins

Step 5: Roll Up' Roll Up'...

Roll the mixture into marble sized spheres.

Top with any toppings you want,

Here are a few examples:

Crushed Nuts
Whole Nuts
Cocoa
Grated Chocolate
More Coconut
Icing sugar
Jam
Syrup
Ice Cream Sauce


Feel free to suggest other toppings.

Step 6: Put It in the Freezer...

Cover it with cling film or place it in an airtight container

Place it in the freezer for at least half an hour

Step 7: Anything Else?

 Done!!

Eat it whenever, wherever

If you have any ideas for improvement or something similar , Add a comment, and I'll post it here...


artquilter says:

Freeze them and dip them in melted chocolate!

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    artquilter
    artquilter

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Freeze them and then dip them in melted chocolate - YUM!
    I've also made them with the coconut and a can of sweetened condensed milk.  I'm sure your recipe is better with cream, but they would need to be stored in the fridge or the cream would sour.  And I'm sure that's not a problem as they probably disappear quickly!