This recipe is written by Nikki Geddes from Kiddy Cook. Kiddy Cook delivers cookery workshops in schools and hosts classes and parties for preschoolers, children, teens and young adults. Kiddy Cook is Carrot Kitchen's cooking buddy in the UK.
These cute Christmas balls are rolled in shredded coconut or Christmas sprinkles. Which one is your favourite? Christmas Bliss Balls will last about 7-10 days in the fridge...or about 4 in Kiddy Cook’s fridge!
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First wash your hands and make sure you have all ingredients at hand.
Put everything in a food processor.
Go to town until you get a smooth mixture. You may need to add a little water depending on how thick the batter is, but you don't want it too gooey.
Scoop out the mix into walnut sized balls and place on a baking tray in the fridge. Roll in shredded coconut or Christmas sprinkles.
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