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Milo Mischief Balls


Inspired by a TikTok request for a Milo Mochi, these Milo Mischief Balls came to life as a delightful alternative for those of us who prefer a different texture. As someone who isn't a big fan of mochi's chewiness, I wanted to create something uniquely satisfying, using familiar ingredients in an unexpectedly delightful way.



The recipe combines crushed Marie Biscuits with the iconic malt flavor of Australian Milo and sweet condensed milk, all rolled into balls and coated with toasted, lightly salted coconut. It's an easy-to-make snack that promises a comforting, melt-in-your-mouth experience, with just the right touch of crunch from the coconut. It kind of reminds me of the Swedish snack: Chokladbollar.


So why not give these Milo Mischief Balls a try? They’re a perfect project for an afternoon in the kitchen and even better for sharing with friends or enjoying with a cup of coffee.



The process is straightforward—mix, roll, chill—and the result is absolutely delicious. These balls are a testament to the magic that happens when you play around with simple ingredients. Whether you're looking for a sweet treat to end your day or a fun edible gift, these little wonders are sure to bring some mischief and joy to your table. Dive in, and let's make snacking exciting again!


 

Ingredients:

(Make 20 balls)

  • Marie Biscuits, 200g

  • Milo Preferably Australian Made, 60g

  • Condensed Milk, 300g

  • Desiccated Coconut, For Rolling

  • Sea Salt, Pinch

 

Equipment:

  • Food Processor

  • Cast Iron Skillet / Pan

 

Directions:

  1. Blitz the biscuits in a food processor until powder forms.

  2. Transfer to a large mixing bowl.

  3. Add in milo and condensed milk.

  4. Mix until well combined.

  5. In a skillet over medium heat, toast desiccated coconut until aromatic and lightly browned.

  6. Season with salt.

  7. Roll 1 TBSP of the mixture into a ball and dredge into the toasted coconut until well coated.

  8. Repeat the process for the remaining biscuit mixture.

  9. You should have about 20 balls.

  10. Transfer to chill in the fridge overnight.

  11. Enjoy the next day.

  12. I like to pour coffee over these balls.


Happiness in a bite...

 

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