Rice Flour Balls With Chocolate

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Rice Flour Balls with Chocolate - easy 3 ingredient dessert recipe is a wonderful way to surprise those you love. Add fruit or chocolate inside those cute little rice balls, and roll them into the coconut flour, or cocoa, or even sugar! Nice and decorative, easy to make, and delicious to serve!

Step 1: INGREDIENTS:

  • 200g glutinous rice flour
  • water
  • 50g chocolate
  • 50g raspberries

+ coconut flour, sugar or cocoa

(20 balls)

Step 2: DOUGHT

1. In a big bowl mix together glutinous rice flour with water, until it is ready for shaping into balls.

Step 3: STUFFED BALLS

2. In the middle of each ball put a chocolate or a fruit that you like, and cover it with dough from all sides.

3. Get the balls shape with your palms.

Step 4: 4min COOKING

4. Place the balls into the boiling water, and let it cook for 4 minutes.

Step 5: SERVE

5. Take the balls out from the water and roll them into the coconut flour, sugar, or cocoa.


PREPARATION TIME: 35 min

NUTRITION FACTS (per 1 ball):

  • Calories …………… 60 kcal
  • Protein ……………… 1 g
  • Total Carbs ……….. 12 g
  • Total Fat ……………. 1 g


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    dddddd

    1 year ago

    This is very different from a mochi recipe I've used: no sugar in the rice flour, and cooking after forming the balls, rather than before.

    It looks easier, for sure.

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    SpinEatdddddd

    Reply 1 year ago

    This recipe is less sweet. With chocolate it is sweeter, and with fruit I like to roll the balls into the sugar in the end, instead of coconut flour :)