Have you ever tasted these? If not you should – they are a taste-sensation! If you have then you will understand why I just have to share this recipe with you.
I first came across these Swedish coconut and chocolate balls when I was living in Granada, Spain as part of my university course. I made friends with other foreign students and we always got together and had big pot-lucks. These are meals where everyone has to bring a dish from their country and my Swedish friend Julia brought these.
I often make these as a small gift when people invite us to their house. We were invited to two dinner parties this weekend. I never like arriving without a little token, as I know how difficult it is to cook for a big group of people. I did not have much time – so these are the perfect gift.
No baking required, no fuss and fail proof!
- 115 gr unsalted butter
- 180 gr rolled oats (or porridge oats)
- 250 gr caster sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla flavor
- 2 tsp cold coffee
- 3 tsp cocoa powder
- 20 gr desecrated coconut
- In a bowl mix the butter, vanilla flavour, sugar, coffee and cocoa powder to a smooth mass. Make sure there are no lumps in the butter.
- Now add the oats.
- Roll the mass into around 20 balls (depending on which size you prefer)
- Pour the coconut onto a plate and roll the balls to cover them.
- Place into the fridge to set for about 2 hours before serving.