5-minute Chocolate Balls

5-minute Chocolate Balls

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Super quick and delicious, these little treats will be a hit with your friends and family. Absurdly addictive, 5-minute Chocolate Balls are great for chocoholics and people that are looking for delicious no bake cookie recipes. Topped with your choice of powdered sugar or chopped pecans, you'll be eating one after the other. Bring them to your next party and wow your friends and family with these cute little sweets.

Cooking MethodNo Bake

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My mom made these with a little cold water, no rum when I was a kid and I loved them. They were one of the goodies that she always baked at Christmas to pass around to friends and loved ones as gifts. I still love these every year because that is the only time she makes them.

These chocolate balls look like great treats for kids (without the rum) as well as adults. They remind me of Ferrero Rocher chocolates, one of my favorites! I think a mortar and pestle could be used to crush cookies, if that's available. I don't know how to roast almonds though, but I've seen roasted almonds for sale so I guess those could work.

You could use a blender for chopping the nuts or chopping them finely with a butcher knife. You could crush the cookies by sticking them in a baggie and crushing them with a rolling pin. Afterwards, you could dump everything in a bowl and mixing it with your hands.

I just wish recipes came with alternate instructions for those of us who do no own food processors. Looks gorgeous, but oh well.

Sorry -- I meant Who do now OWN food processors

I have had good results substituting sugar free syrups (maple, Torani, ice cream toppings, coffee flavorings) or sugar free jello, pudding, sweetners, or drink mix powders (mixed with water) Sometimes you might need to adjust the thickness or amounts. I usually experiment with a small batch, to see if it needs adjustments. In this recipe, I would use s/f maple syrup or prepared s/f butterscotch pudding or s/f caramel ice cream topping or a thickened s/f vanilla Torani syrup or one of their other flavors that would compliment the peanut butter.

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