Candy, Chocolate balls, Christmas candy, Christmas traditions, Coconut balls, Food, Kokoskuler, Recipe, Sjokoladekuler
Growing up I had a friend from whom I was inseparable. We spent (almost) every day of many years together until we eventually grew apart. During our first years as teens, and also as tweens, we had a regular shop we used to go to whenever we had a few kroners. The shop didn’t really have a good selection of candy, but they had these coco and chocolate balls (how I prefer the Norwegian word ‘kuler’ instead of balls for these as ‘kuler’ does not invoke associations to male genitalia).
I found the recipe in a christmas magazine at my mother-in-law’s a few years ago, and have made it my mission to make these every christmas thereafter. This year though, I have a confession to make: Son made these almost all by himself (yes, they’re that easy!) I helped measure and to crack the egg, but the mixing was all his work! Here is the recipe:
- 1 dl of sugar
- 2 dl of rolled oats
- 1,5 dl of grated coconut
- 2 tablespoons of cacao powder
- 2 teaspoons of vanilla sugar
- 2 tablespoons of melted butter
- 1 egg (my mixture was a little dry, so I added a second egg)
Mix everything together until you’re left with a dough-like texture. Leave it in the fridge for a while (mine was only left for a few hours). Then roll out small ‘kuler’ and cover them in grated coconut. Delicious!
Wow …simple and yummy too!!!
Indeed! and with so many healthy ingredients 😉
Why would you put metric and us measurements?
I’m not quite sure what you’re asking here. Why I would use metric measurements? In Norway we have ‘always’ used the metric system. Sometimes I also add US measurements as many of my readers are from the States. However, with this simple and easy recipe with very few measurements differing to that used the States I figured metric would do.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you tried the recipe 🙂