Caramilk bliss balls recipe that is sending social media into a frenzy
"These are Amaze-balls 🤪"
Contributor, Practical Parenting / November 14 2019
Since Cadbury re-launched the coveted Caramilk, social media has lit up with delicious recipes.
We've seen cocktails, cakes, slices and now the bliss ball!
Published online by the much loved page Slow Cooker Recipe & Tips: "Found this recipe online with all the caramilk hype so thought I would give it ago🙂".
Within seconds the page lit up with comments, likes and shares.
"Yummo I will be making these Thank you 👍❤️", said one fan.
"Going to whip these little babies up tonight. I have never ever tried caramilk chocolate, never ever. This could be seriously dangerous." said another.
To recreate the Cadbury Bliss Balls at home you will need:
- 1x block of caramilk choc (190g)
- 1x tin of condensed milk (395g)
- 1 packet of plain biscuits (250g) - we suggest using Arrowroot or Marie biscuits
- 80g coconut ( + extra to roll balls in)
- Slow cooker on high (lid off).
- Break up the chocolate and put into the slow cooker to melt.
- While you wait for chocolate to melt crush your biscuits ( I just use a ziplock bag and rolling pin)
- Once chocolate is all melted turn off slow cooker and add everything else in.
- Mix together well and roll into balls, and then roll into the extra coconut.
Store in the fridge or freezer... These are Amaze-balls 🤪
Note: you can also use your microwave on low to melt the Caramilk faster.
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Eliza Scanlan is a contributor with Practical Parenting. Eliza has written for several digital titles including New Idea Food and New Idea, with a passion for consumer and shopping news. Eliza is also a contributor for the Trolley Watch and The Flawsome Mum podcasts. In her spare time, Eliza loves watching Netflix and tending to her horses.