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    Biscuit Chocolate Balls | Choco Biscuit Balls | No Bake No Cook Chocolate Balls


    How about an easy to make, no bake no cook, snack or sweet with just few ingredients.  These biscuit chocolate balls can be made in a jiffy and kids will love it, just 3 ingredients will give you the best tasting chocolate balls. I have used cadbury's hot chocolate powder here, but you can use chocolates too, just melt the chocolate bars and replace instead of the hot chocolate powder, it will just taste heavenly!! Since biscuits and the hot chocolate powder is already sweet I did not add any extra sugar or any sweetening agent but if you wish you can add some powdered sugar. You can also turn it into nutty bites, by adding some roasted and chopped almonds or walnuts or even peanuts. I have used ghee as it gives a nice flavor to the choco balls, but you can replace it with melted butter too. You can customize it according to your taste, and that's the best part I love in these no bake no cook chocolate biscuit balls.



    INGREDIENTS

    Makes 6 to 8 balls
    Total Preparation Time - 3 minutes
    1. Milk Bikis Biscuit / Any sweet biscuits - 1 pack (100 grams)
    2. Cadbury's hot chocolate powder - 2 tablespoons
    3. Milk - 2 spoons
    4. Ghee / Butter - 2 tablespoons 



    PREPARATION METHOD

    • Crumble biscuit in a blender or put inside a zip-lock bag and bang well using a meat tenderizer or hammer to crumble it, set aside. Reserve some for coating the chocolate balls, just a spoon will do. 
    • Take a dry clean bowl and add the biscuit crumbles, ghee, chocolate powder and mix well using your hands. Once done, sprinkle milk and mix well. 
    • Once you are able to hold the mixture into a ball, pinch small portions from the dough and roll them smoothly into bite sized balls. Roll these balls in biscuit crumbles and hot chocolate powder.
    • Serve or refrigerate and serve!! (you can also serve it as pops by inserting toothpicks or lollipop sticks)  

    TIP 1: You can add some melted butter instead of ghee and you can also replace hot chocolate powder with melted chocolate. To melt chocolate either microwave it or double boil it and then use it. 

    TIP 2: If you want to add some extra sweetness add some powdered sugar according to your wish. Add some roasted nuts if you want it nutty. You can also add some more ghee if you wish to get more flavor!!

    TIP 3: I have just crumbled the biscuits, you can powder them too its upto your wish, crumbling them lets you taste small tit bits of the biscuits, whereas powdering them will give you smoother balls.



    Super delicious and chocolaty biscuit balls are now ready!! 




    41 comments:

    1. wow fantastic balls dear... Lovely one n lovely clicks... Those biscuit steps r fabulous...

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    2. Cant take my eyes of divya , Awesome clicks

      http://www.followfoodiee.com/

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    3. delicious balls and no cooking, its awesome

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    4. OMG what an idea.Love the way biscuits are twisted and stacked like books in the store.The bcballs look like truffles ..so cute..

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    5. Breath taking pis Sis! Loved it. Hope things are going well on your side.

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    6. So easy yet delicious...balls look so cute.

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    7. wow...super quick and delicious choco balls. Awesome clicks n presentation da...loved all ur clicks...biscuits steps looks amazing :) Great!!

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    8. wow fantastic balls dear... Lovely one n lovely clicks...

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    9. What a beautiful presentation :) Love these quick snacks for kids!

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    10. wow!!!looks delicious and easy to make,very elegant presentation...

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    11. Stunning Pictures!! Simple and beautiful presentation!!

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    12. Oh such a cute biscuit they look so cute very interesting idea divya

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    13. Fabulous idea, simple yet much loved not only by kids but also anyone.

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    14. Fab clicks Divya, loved the warm tone, generally I hate biscuits, but this made me tempting Divya..

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    15. Super innovatibe balls... Loved ur clicks...

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    16. Looks pretty! Interesting recipe Divya :)

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    17. this looks pretty cute and splendid.

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    18. wowww!!!! that is sooooooo easy..will try today itself:)

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    19. Easy treat...fantastic clicks dear...

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    20. Uauu this is amazing ! I love it! Thanks for recipe :)

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    21. wonderful i saw last nite but before i cud come and comment my net went off

      nice idea divy i wud love to try these for my neice

      i keep searchin for good healthy dishes for kids so this is one now

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    22. Lovely clicks not sure how i missed this post sis :)

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    23. Very innovative and yummy chocolate ball. beautiful click.

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    24. Looks so attractive and yummy :)
      Love the clicks too :)
      ShrutiRasoi

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    25. Photographs are too stunning ! and so the recipe

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    26. Fantastic pictures..awesome...

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    27. Wow!!! fantastic so easy and yummy. Loved the beautiful clicks...

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    28. Simple,easy,quick and prefect cuties to enjoy without any guilt, beautiful shots sis.

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    29. Wonderful snack cum desert to grab all at one time...great work!

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    30. Amazing clicks love the biscuit arrangement.

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    31. so yummy recipe and superrrrrr clicks

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    32. Very easy to make but simply superb biscuit choco balls, amazing!

      today's post:
      http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/06/khatti-mithi-moong-sweet-sour-mungo.html

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    33. Amazing choco balls!!!!! so easy too!!

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    34. Hi,
      Am new to ua place n i've been thru few recipes.. simple n easy.. u're page s d best for amateurs to learn quickly.. ;) dizs loooks super delicious .. wanna try them for ma lil broda .. plz tell me if we can substitute chocolate powder with grated chocolate? Thanks

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      1. Hi :) Thank u so much, glad you like my recipes :) Yes you can definitely use grated chocolate, just melt it and then use it, it will be heavenly!!!

        Do try and let me know your feedback :)

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    35. Hi,
      Thanks at first for ua suggestion...
      I juz did that way for my aunt n uncle anniv n Omg! it came soooo well ..ii dipped few of em in hot chocolate n crushes gems..!! thankyouuu soooo muchh .. now that's my uncle n kiddie's fav!!
      Thanks alot!! :) You're awesome!! \\m//

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      1. Hi :) Wow crushed gems must have added beauty to the chocolate balls... Glad to know that your kids and uncle loved it :) Thank you for such a wonderful feedback feeling so motivated..

        Thank you!!!

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