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Marie Biscuit Chocolate Balls

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Marie Biscuit Choco Balls

We would relish these addictive marie biscuit chocolate wonders during our growing years. In recent past these impressive treats have re-appeared in my kitchen. For Nehal. :) They are incredibly sweet, making them an ideal dessert for kiddy parties. You can add nuts for some crunch or decorate with granulated sugar, sprinkles or coconut flakes or top with M&M’s/gems.

Marie Biscuits Choco Balls Recipe

Make a powder of 14-15 marie biscuits. Sieve and use the fine biscuit powder. Beat 1 1/2 tbsps butter till smooth. To this, add the biscuit powder, 2 tbsps cocoa pwd, 1 tbsp dessicated coconut pwd (optional), few drops of vanilla essence and 6-7 tbsps of condensed milk and combine well to form a smooth dough. Grease your fingers and palm with melted butter or ghee and roll into small balls. Keep aside. Roll the balls in sprinkles or dessicated coconut and serve. You can eat them plain too, the way I like them. OR place a glazed cherry in the center and form a ball of the chocolate dough.

Marie Biscuit Chocolate Balls Recipe

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 0 min
Yield: 8
Main Ingredients: marie biscuits condensed milk cocoa powder

We would relish these addictive chocolate wonders during our growing years. In recent past these impressive treats have re-appeared in my kitchen. For Nehal. :) They are incredibly sweet, making them an ideal dessert for kiddy parties. You can add nuts for some crunch or decorate with granulated sugar, sprinkles or coconut flakes.

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By • Jul 6th, 2010 • Category: All Recipes, Cake Recipes, Eggless Dessert Recipes, Indian Milk Recipes, Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Sweet Dessert Recipes

  • http://myspicykitchen.wordpress.com usha

    Very good idea and Nehal just be loving them.. drooling over the chocolate balls!

  • smitha

    Wow, looks yummy. Will try this for sure. Thanks a ton Sailu for such lovely recipes.

  • kalyani

    hey Sailu:
    Amazingly easy to make.. cant wait to try these and surprise my little one when she is back from school !

  • Priti

    Wow Sailu…another killer recipe..My daughter has another treat awaiting her over the weekend.

  • http://gaurigharpure.blogspot.com Gauri Gharpure

    This looks super yummy

  • http://www.sailajakitchen.com Sailaja Damodaran

    Mouthwatering..must give a try

  • Deepa

    I don’t have kids yet..but this is an amazing idea and would love to do it when I have kids someday:-))
    Thank you so very much for sharing unique recipes selflessly. I think you should release your own book.

  • http://mharorajasthanrecipes.blogspot.com/ Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal

    Wow, that is simply mouth watering. I am drooling here, lovely !!!

  • Swathi

    Wow!! So easy to make yet delicious. I have to agree with Deepa that you are very selfless in sharing all your recipes, bless you!!

  • m. sainathan

    thank you very much for the recipe sent to my e-mail. I am very much interested in preparing new recipes for my children. Marie biscuits chocolate balls is a new one which i have not come across so far. i will prepare the same within a couple of days and inform the taste shortly. sainathan

  • http://thediaryofadisplacedhousewife.blogspot.com/ The Housewife

    My mom used to make these for us as kids. I should make these for my nieces and nephews! :)

  • http://vineelasiva.blogspot.com/ vineelasiva

    Wow the recipes are very amazing. i daily follow ur recipes. Thank for sharing these recipes.

  • http://www.cookingandme.com nags

    gorgeous and cute :) *had* to comment :)

  • Smita Wagh

    The best thing about most of yr recipes r, that almost all the things are available at home, not complicated, yet yummy & gr8. yr photos r so tempting that a lazy bum would also love 2 try them out, thanx, &keep it up.

  • shaikhmohammed

    this is indeed a new idea of making chocolate balls. but if you permit me to ask if we use cooking milk chocolate instead of chocolate powder. how do you look in to it? will it be ok? thank.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      You will have to melt the cooking chocolate and adjust the amount of condensed milk to get the right consistency. I’d suggest you use cocoa powder. I have never tried cooking chocolate for this particular recipe.

  • Srilakshmi

    Hi Sailu,

    It was really yummmmmmyyyy…..It has been instant hit at my home…Thanks for that lovely recipe..

    Cheers
    Srilakshmi :)

  • Salim

    Hi S > Is the condensed milk sweetened or just plain condensed milk ?

  • Taranga

    Hi….. I made them and gifted on my friend’s son’s b’day….. He just loved them. And hardly 5 min job. This is simply superb!!!

  • shubhi

    hi ma’am…
    loved ur recipes…

    can we refrigerate these balls and keep them for a week or so ??
    actually my sis stays in hostel n has a big time sweet tooth… so if we can keep it..i’ll send it over.. please reply :)
    thank you

  • http://google malini

    really very yummmmmmmmmy. I will try this. mouthwatering. thanks alot.

  • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

    I’d suggest you prepare the balls a day earlier, before you send them to your sister assuming that she will be storing it for at least 2 days. The balls when refrigerated can be stored up to 3-4 days.

  • madhura

    really good one, i am planning to use this condensed milk, cocoa powder and vanilla essence mixture to make pin wheels.

  • Sandhya

    Hi Sailu
    I tried out this recipe today and the taste was awesome. very simple to make..and its not time consuming. I used 14 marie biscuits and just 3 tbsp of condensed milk and topped with coconut flakes.Thanks!

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  • niharika

    hi…i tried dis..came out so well.evry1 luved it nd asked da recipe..thanx sailu…wanna upload da pic bt nt possible na

  • bhavya

    awesome recipe sailu !!!! jus loved it!

  • Swati

    I tried this with McVities Digestive biscuits and it was fantastic! Thank you :)

  • http://mypressurecooker.blogspot.com/ Gayathri Ramdas Sreekanth

    This is woww..!!! sooo mouth watering..Will be trying this out sooon !!!

  • joy

    Thanks so much for all your awesome recipes…I am so glad that I came across your blog :) I made the Marie biscuit chocolate balls yesterday and its a BIG hit with my kids and all my family :)) Thanks for sharing!!!

  • tassu

    Thankyou v much for the milkmaid biscuit choco ball recipe..! I was looking for it from yesterday.. wonderful ! I will make it someday..

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hema-Gonaboina/1263840714 Hema Gonaboina

    Superb Last sunday prepare chesanu excellent.. previously I like marie biscuits but now I love them as this receipe made me to love them thanks a lot

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Hema-Gonaboina/1263840714 Hema Gonaboina

    Superb Last sunday prepare chesanu excellent.. previously I like marie biscuits but now I love them as this receipe made me to love them thanks a lot

  • Jignachandresh

    the recipes are not excellent

  • Jignachandresh

    the recipes are not excellent

  • RainGirl

    Mine got flat! The moments I rolled them in balls, they just got flat. Why does that happen? :(

    • Anonymous

      Add more biscuit powder. I really am not sure where you went wrong. Reduce condensed milk slightly.

    • Anonymous

      Add more biscuit powder. I really am not sure where you went wrong. Reduce condensed milk slightly.

    • Anonymous

      Add more biscuit powder. I really am not sure where you went wrong. Reduce condensed milk slightly.

  • soumya

    do we need to refrigerate??? do reply soon as i cant resist from tryin it:):):)

    • Anonymous

      You don’t have to refrigerate. They can be eaten after preparation. For longer shelf life, store in fridge.

    • Anonymous

      You don’t have to refrigerate. They can be eaten after preparation. For longer shelf life, store in fridge.

    • Anonymous

      You don’t have to refrigerate. They can be eaten after preparation. For longer shelf life, store in fridge.

    • Anonymous

      You don’t have to refrigerate. They can be eaten after preparation. For longer shelf life, store in fridge.

  • soumya

    do we need to refrigerate??? do reply soon as i cant resist from tryin it:):):)

  • Urviridhima

    its yum

  • Urviridhima

    its yum

  • Urviridhima

    its yum

  • Dimple

    hi i am doing cakes many time in my home but i am not getting perfect texture wat should i do for perfect cake

  • Dimple

    hi i am doing cakes many time in my home but i am not getting perfect texture wat should i do for perfect cake

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  • Aromaofspices

    Hey Sailu, I am a big follower of your blog and had been eyeing these yummy balls since long. Created my own version based on these, and it was a big hit.
    Please check it out – http://kitchenaroma.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/chocohearts/

    - M@aromaofspices!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Claire-McLean-Reid/736091933 Claire McLean- Reid

    Hi Sailu

    My daughters topic this term at school is India and I made the Marie Chocolate Balls for her to take in as a treat for the class and they went down very well. Thanks

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Claire-McLean-Reid/736091933 Claire McLean- Reid

    Hi Sailu

    My daughters topic this term at school is India and I made the Marie Chocolate Balls for her to take in as a treat for the class and they went down very well. Thanks

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Claire-McLean-Reid/736091933 Claire McLean- Reid

    Hi Sailu

    My daughters topic this term at school is India and I made the Marie Chocolate Balls for her to take in as a treat for the class and they went down very well. Thanks

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Claire-McLean-Reid/736091933 Claire McLean- Reid

    Hi Sailu

    My daughters topic this term at school is India and I made the Marie Chocolate Balls for her to take in as a treat for the class and they went down very well. Thanks

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Claire-McLean-Reid/736091933 Claire McLean- Reid

    Hi Sailu

    My daughters topic this term at school is India and I made the Marie Chocolate Balls for her to take in as a treat for the class and they went down very well. Thanks

  • jenah hanej

    hi! can i dip it into melted chocolates? if yes, what would you recommend? please reply. i’ll be doing this for my hubby. thanks!