CHOCOLATE BITES

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Introduction: CHOCOLATE BITES

Hi everybody. Today I will show you how to make easy and tasty Chocolate Bites. This is a simple way of making tasty treats for guests. Read through the instructable before starting so you can understand what is needed. I hope the instructions are simple to understand and that you enjoy making them.

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Step 1: INGREDIENTS

These are the ingredients needed to make the chocolate balls:
- 1 pack of biscuits (your choice)
- 1 can of condensed milk
- 100g butter
- 3 tablespoons of cocoa powder
- coconut or chocolate sprinkles (optional)

Step 2:

First you must crush the biscuits into crumbs. You can do this using your hands or an electric blender (image 2) Then add the cocoa powder to the crushed biscuits and mix them together with a spoon.

Step 3:

Melt the butter in the microwave for 30 seconds and pour it into the biscuit and cocoa mixture. Mix them all together with a spoon for around 1 minute.

Step 4:

Add the condensed milk add 2 tablespoons of coconut then mix them together. Put the mixture in the fridge for around 30 minutes.

Step 5:

Take the mixture out of the fridge. Then take around 1 teaspoon of the mix and roll it around in your hands so that it becomes round (image 2).

Step 6:

Roll the ball in either coconut or chocolate sprinkles as a topping. Repeat this with the rest of the mix.

Step 7: READY TO EAT

They are ready to eat. I hope you enjoyed making and most of all eating them. I would also like to thank my grandmother as she guided and assisted me with the recipe and the making of them. Thank you very much for checking out my instructable and comment on what you think.

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    19 Discussions

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    kfowler9
    kfowler9

    5 years ago

    yuuuum!!!!

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    dewnorth
    dewnorth

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Created by Alec Baldwin?

    (Anything chocolate is OK with me!)

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    Znaffi
    Znaffi

    6 years ago

    Looks delicious!!! :p :P

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    ForbiddenFig403
    ForbiddenFig403

    6 years ago on Step 7

    Reminds me of brigadeiros, which I actually made today for a birthday. If you have the patience, it's definitely worth it. Great recipe here: http://streetsmartbrazil.com/blog/20100215/learn-how-cook-brigadeiros

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    gdhenson
    gdhenson

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I'm sorry. This was a joke. I do not think they're salty.

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    Domoreto
    Domoreto

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    :-) Ha-Ha - got it now ( from Youtube - unfortunately the South Park is not freely available " for Our Location" ). ...

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    ManifoldSky
    ManifoldSky

    6 years ago on Introduction

    http://www.southparkstudios.com/clips/150618/chocolate-salty-balls

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    omikeo
    omikeo

    6 years ago on Step 7

    I did something similar for a party last year. My balls were crushed walnuts and almonds with cut up dried cherries with honey as the glue. Rolled in cocoa an a little instant coffee. I should have used coconut like you they are more appealing and it was winter.

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    jvitanza1
    jvitanza1

    6 years ago on Step 7

    I'm not much of a cook but this is right up my alley!!! Can't wait to try this :-)

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    pattiemelt
    pattiemelt

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I make something similar to this in the US with graham crackers. With plain graham crackers (honey grahams) I add orange zest & almonds to the crackers in the food processor; with cinnamon graham crackers, I add pecans. You could probably add candied or dried fruit after blending the crumbs & cocoa, too - finely chopped red & green cherries for Christmas, red cherries for Valentine's Day, etc.

    Great 'ible.

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    eoz dralla
    eoz dralla

    6 years ago

    All packs of cookies are different sizes can you tell us how many grams that is? Or does it matter?

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    Density
    Density

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    It just depends on the quantity you want to make. I used 200 grams for the instructable but you can use a greater amount if you want to make more.

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    lordvellos
    lordvellos

    6 years ago on Introduction

    so here in Brazil this is really common specially in bday parties, it is called Brigadeiro and we have lots of variations..

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    lordvellos
    lordvellos

    6 years ago on Introduction

    actually we dont use the crakers.. but besides that is basically Brigadeiro!

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    Domoreto
    Domoreto

    6 years ago on Step 7

    Looks extremely delicious . Well done.

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    kiborgsas
    kiborgsas

    6 years ago

    add few drops of rum into the milk! Great taste