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Unsurpassed Čokolino balls

Chocolate balls made of chocolate, roasted hazelnuts and ginger are perfect for a children's party or some other children's party.

Unsurpassed Čokolino balls

Preparation steps

  • Pour the heated milk into a bowl, add the Chocolate flakes, ginger and mix well.
  • Coarsely grind the hazelnuts and separate 50 g. Stir the remaining hazelnuts into the cooled Čokolino.
  • Grab the resulting mixture of Chocolate and Hazelnuts with a spoon, form balls which are then rolled into a mixture of hazelnuts and instant cocoa drink.

Serving

Arrange them in a bowl covered with baking paper.

Advice

In addition to hazelnuts, you can also mix chopped chocolate or dried fruit into Čokolino.

Tags

chocolate cokolino desserts lino little balls party quick and easy

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