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Oatmeal Chocolate Balls

Rajani
All age groups

Created by Rajani
Updated on Nov 09, 2013

Oatmeal Chocolate Balls

Time: 20 mins

Makes: approx 12 balls

Ingredients
1. Oatmeal (quick oats) - 7 tbps
2. Marie biscuits - 7
3. Cashews - 3/4 cup
4. Cocoa powder - 2 tbps
5. Condensed milk - 5-6 tbps
6. Butter - 1tbps
7. Vanilla essence (optional) - few drops

Method
Grind separately oatmeal, biscuits, and cashews and combine them in a bowl. Add cocoa powder, vanilla essence, melted butter and condensed milk and mix everything thoroughly and make balls of the desired size. Decorate the balls by topping them with a cashew and refrigerate them for about 10-15 mins. Oatmeal Chocolate Balls are ready!

Additional information
Refrigeration is optional and they can be eaten immediately as well. The leftover balls can be stored in the refrigerator for a couple of days. Variations of this include using all oatmeal instead of Marie biscuits to make it even healthier, but the condensed milk quantity has to be adjusted accordingly because there is no added sugar that the biscuits have. Similarly, cashews can be substituted for almonds.

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| Mar 10, 2014

No, we should not cook it for this dish. If you grind it into a fine powder it will become like any other flour.

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| Mar 10, 2014

Dnt we need to cook oatmeal???

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| Nov 21, 2013

I will have to try this one. Healthier and easy recipe. I love the recipe without eggs . Thanks for sharing.

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| Nov 20, 2013

Thank you Sushma, it is good that your son loves oatmeal. For me this is the only way I could get my kids to eat oatmeal! You can sub one biscuit with 1tbsp of oatmeal.

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| Nov 19, 2013

I will try this out. My son loves oatmeal, i am sure he would love it. Thanks Rajani for sharing this receipe

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| Nov 13, 2013

Thank you Akanksha and Arunima! This became an instant hit in our family and I hope you like it as well.

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| Nov 13, 2013

Looks delicious and so simple to make. Will surely try this!

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| Nov 13, 2013

a very easy to make and quick recipe i am going to make it today for my kid's tomorrow's Tiff-in party

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| Nov 09, 2013

To make the balls you would have to wet your palms with water and spoon the mixture and roll. Without wet palms it gets hard to roll. Tried again with all oatmeal today and they were equally good!!!

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