Dessert

Swedish Chocolate Balls

This no-bake recipe for Swedish Chocolate Balls (also known as Chokladbollar), is very simple to make, and the perfect make-ahead dessert that you can do with a child. 

 

stack of swedish chocolate balls on plate

 

“Mommy! These don’t taste like poop!”

 

Yup. If that isn’t the best recommendation I can get for a recipe….

 

My 4 year old and I made these together one afternoon while big sister was at school and miraculously, the baby was sleeping. She helped me measure all the ingredients out and place them in the food processor, and she got to push the button to turn the food processor on, and then she got to help me roll the dough into balls. And I will admit, in a 4 year old’s mind, the pulsed chocolate and oats might have looked not quite so appetizing. We rolled the balls into some dried coconut and then placed them in the fridge to harden until after dinner.

 

It was then that she discovered that no matter what these looked like, they actually tasted pretty amazing!

 

Chocolate Balls on Plate

 

A group food blogging friends and I got together this week to celebrate the opening of the Winter Games. Because when your life revolves around food, every event in your life must revolve around food.

 

Not only are we celebrating an entire week of delicious recipes, but we are also doing a pretty sweet giveaway over on Instagram featuring some of our favorite international brands, including JK Adams, Emile Henry, Kuhn Rikon, Silpat, Joseph Joseph, Cuisinart, Kerrygold, and Breville, who are providing the prizes for the givewaway.  There will be 8 winners, so be sure to click over to this instagram post for all the details and to enter! And while you are there check out the hashtag #FoodBloggerWinterGames to see all the delicious items that we have made this week  – and go ahead and add your own creations as well!

 

Chocolate Balls on Sheet Pan

 

I love how easy it was to make these chocolate ball! A few simple ingredients needed to be pulsed together in a food processor, and then rolled into balls and then in some dried coconut. That’s it! After a short stint in the fridge to harden them up, they are ready to eat. So easy a 4 year old can do it! These chocolate balls are the perfect dessert to go with  Swedish Meatballs, Easy Swedish Cucumber Salad and Swedish Red Beet and Apple Salad. And remember, they don’t taste like poop. And now I have said “poop” twice.

Check out the other lovely international dishes that were made for the Food Bloggers Winter Games:

ChinaChicken Lo Mein
FranceClassic French Macarons Olympics-Style
IndiaChicken Biryani
IndiaOrange Honey Lassi
ItalySuppli di Riso {Fried Risotto} with fresh Marinara
KoreaKorean Beef Tacos (Bulgogi)
SwedenSwedish Chocolate Balls

 

stack of chocolate balls

 

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Chocolate Balls on Sheet Pan

Swedish Chocolate Balls

  • Author: Jenni
  • Prep Time: 10 Minutes
  • Total Time: 10 Minutes
  • Yield: 24 Balls
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: No Bake
  • Cuisine: Swedish

Description

This no-bake recipe for Swedish Chocolate Balls (also known as Chokladbollar), is very simple to make, and the perfect make-ahead dessert that you can do with a child. 


Ingredients

1/2 cup butter, room temp

1 cup sugar

3 cups rolled oats

1 tsp vanilla

3 TBSP cocoa

1/4 tsp sea salt

2 TBS strong coffee

1/2 cup coconut flakes


Instructions

In a food process, combine the butter, sugar, oats, vanilla, cocoa and coffee until combined.

Using a measuring Tablespoon, measure out balls of dough and roll into the coconut.

Place on a rimmed baking sheet lined with a silat.

Place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes before enjoying.

 

 

Swedish Chocolate Balls (Chokladbollar)- Easy No Bake Recipe - This no-bake recipe for Swedish Chocolate Balls (also known as Chokladbollar), is very simple to make, & the perfect make-ahead dessert you can do with a child.

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