Triple Choc Malteser Balls

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Triple Choc had to be in the title of these tasty little Malteser balls, after all they do have milk chocolate, white chocolate chips and Maltesers as the major sponsors!

When I started planning this little baking adventure I did have the kidlets in mind, they love the basic chocolate balls I make each Christmas, you’ll fine that recipe HERE, this silly season I thought I’d try and mix things up a bit for them. They love Maltesers and just quietly so do I (you only have to say the word chocolate and my mouth waters!).

Being Triple Choc these balls are deliciously decadent to say the least, if you can stop at just one ball you’ll be doing way better than me, each time I have one I have to have a second, they really are so moreish.

Considering the mouth watering end result, I love how easy these little treasures are to make.

The kidlets have given them the thumbs up to be served up on our Christmas sweet treats plate, I think they’d also make a great gift all bundled up in a little box or packet.

I did do a little bribing with the kidlets tasting, telling them I wanted them to sit next to each other nicely (that can be a physical challenge at times!), while at the same time holding onto to their chocolate ball and not eating it straight away (another physical and mental challenge) while I got myself in position to take a picture of their tasting. They did very well.

Here’s a bit of what happened….

Collage of taste testers

Happy little customers and even happier when I told them we still had another 31 balls in the fridge to share with friends and enjoy for ourselves.

With the verdict in of a 100/10 (thanks Ella xx) I decided they were Blog worthy too!

Here’s your How-To:

Visual instructions for malteser balls

Triple Choc Malteser balls 1Triple Chocolate Malteser Balls 2

Just to give you an idea of the deliciousness……

Cross section of Triple Choc Malteser Balls

 

And yes I ate 2 during the photo shoot!

4.5 from 2 reviews
Triple Choc Malteser Balls
 
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Serves: 34
Ingredients
  • 250g Scotch Finger biscuits
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 cup Maltesers, roughly chopped
  • 395g can sweetened condensed milk
  • 185g milk chocolate
  • 60g butter
  • ¾ cup desiccated coconut (for coating balls)
Instructions
  1. Crush biscuits to fine crumbs (I use my food processor but back in the day before I had one I'd pop the biscuits in a snap lock bag, air removed, cover the bag with a tea towel and rolled with a rolling pin, there's always options!). Transfer biscuit crumbs to a large bowl. Add chocolate chips and maltesers, stir to combine.
  2. Combine condensed milk, milk chocolate and butter in a small saucepan over low heat. Stir until melted and smooth. Set aside to cool a little and stir into biscuit mixture.
  3. Form biscuit mixture into balls, I find squeezing the mixture into balls works best (I used rough tablespoon sized portions, totally up to you), roll in coconut. (Note: if mixture seems to soft to handle pop it into fridge for 10 minutes to make it easier to work with), your hands will get sticky!
  4. Store balls in fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.
  5. Enjoy!

 

These balls have endless possibilities for flavours, substitute whatever you like for the maltesers, I’m thinking a fruit and nut would be great, as would peppermint crisp  or even a Mars Bar, is your mouth watering yet?  I’d love to hear what you think another great flavour combination would be? Feel free to make any suggestions.

I’ve got a little savoury finger food treat coming your way towards the end of the week, it involves Caramelised Onions, don’t miss it lovelies.

Until then…..

Zamamabakes

(Visited 5,670 times, 1 visits today)

Triple Choc Malteser Balls feature

Triple Choc had to be in the title of these tasty little Malteser balls, after all they do have milk chocolate, white chocolate chips and Maltesers as the major sponsors!

When I started planning this little baking adventure I did have the kidlets in mind, they love the basic chocolate balls I make each Christmas, you’ll fine that recipe HERE, this silly season I thought I’d try and mix things up a bit for them. They love Maltesers and just quietly so do I (you only have to say the word chocolate and my mouth waters!).

Being Triple Choc these balls are deliciously decadent to say the least, if you can stop at just one ball you’ll be doing way better than me, each time I have one I have to have a second, they really are so moreish.

Considering the mouth watering end result, I love how easy these little treasures are to make.

The kidlets have given them the thumbs up to be served up on our Christmas sweet treats plate, I think they’d also make a great gift all bundled up in a little box or packet.

I did do a little bribing with the kidlets tasting, telling them I wanted them to sit next to each other nicely (that can be a physical challenge at times!), while at the same time holding onto to their chocolate ball and not eating it straight away (another physical and mental challenge) while I got myself in position to take a picture of their tasting. They did very well.

Here’s a bit of what happened….

Collage of taste testers

Happy little customers and even happier when I told them we still had another 31 balls in the fridge to share with friends and enjoy for ourselves.

With the verdict in of a 100/10 (thanks Ella xx) I decided they were Blog worthy too!

Here’s your How-To:

Visual instructions for malteser balls

Triple Choc Malteser balls 1Triple Chocolate Malteser Balls 2

Just to give you an idea of the deliciousness……

Cross section of Triple Choc Malteser Balls

 

And yes I ate 2 during the photo shoot!

4.5 from 2 reviews
Triple Choc Malteser Balls
 
Prep time
Cook time
Total time
 
Author:
Serves: 34
Ingredients
  • 250g Scotch Finger biscuits
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 cup Maltesers, roughly chopped
  • 395g can sweetened condensed milk
  • 185g milk chocolate
  • 60g butter
  • ¾ cup desiccated coconut (for coating balls)
Instructions
  1. Crush biscuits to fine crumbs (I use my food processor but back in the day before I had one I'd pop the biscuits in a snap lock bag, air removed, cover the bag with a tea towel and rolled with a rolling pin, there's always options!). Transfer biscuit crumbs to a large bowl. Add chocolate chips and maltesers, stir to combine.
  2. Combine condensed milk, milk chocolate and butter in a small saucepan over low heat. Stir until melted and smooth. Set aside to cool a little and stir into biscuit mixture.
  3. Form biscuit mixture into balls, I find squeezing the mixture into balls works best (I used rough tablespoon sized portions, totally up to you), roll in coconut. (Note: if mixture seems to soft to handle pop it into fridge for 10 minutes to make it easier to work with), your hands will get sticky!
  4. Store balls in fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.
  5. Enjoy!

 

These balls have endless possibilities for flavours, substitute whatever you like for the maltesers, I’m thinking a fruit and nut would be great, as would peppermint crisp  or even a Mars Bar, is your mouth watering yet?  I’d love to hear what you think another great flavour combination would be? Feel free to make any suggestions.

I’ve got a little savoury finger food treat coming your way towards the end of the week, it involves Caramelised Onions, don’t miss it lovelies.

Until then…..

Zamamabakes

(Visited 5,670 times, 1 visits today)

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32 Comments on “Triple Choc Malteser Balls

  1. Oh my God. These sound divine. My mouth is watering!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Oh thanks Renee. They really are worth salivating over! xx

      Reply
  2. What are you doing to me Danielle!! These would be incredible! I’m putting a bet on that these are going to go totally viral!!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      I’m fuelling our cravings for sweet treasures Luce! They’re pretty good, I dare you to stop at 1! I would love them to go viral! Thanks for the share lovely. X

      Reply
  3. Oh these sounds pretty amazing!!! Shall pin these for laters xx

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Leanne, enjoy! Have a great weekend.

      Reply
  4. Oh my goodness, these look AMAZING! You are too clever xx

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thank you. I’m feeling lots of blogging love today thanks to yourself and Lucy. Xx

      Reply
      1. That’s awesome – very well deserved xx

        Reply
        1. Dannielle

          You’re amazing Lauren. X

          Reply
  5. I made something similar with my adult students but we used different biscuits and they didn’t look nearly as nice as yours. But they were so yummy, they positively inhaled them! Yours look amaze-balls!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Sammie. In the end it’s all about the taste anyway. Have a great week x

      Reply
  6. Only 2? I would have eaten the whole lot, they look so good. How cute are your kids all lined up eating them. xx

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Hehehe well maybe one day I ate 3 in a row! Thanks for stopping by Lisa

      Reply
  7. You had me at Malteser but then i saw Triple Choc! Whats not to love here! They look brilliant.
    Thanks for sharing with us for Sunday Brunch, have pinned them too!
    x

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thank you. Lots to love if you’re a chocolate fan! Thanks for having me at Sunday Brunch

      Reply
  8. These sound amazeballs! Definitely trying this for Christmas #mumstakefive

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Kelly, enjoy!

      Reply
  9. You’re terrible for my waistline… but oh I can’t resist!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      You are welcome. I promise 2 a day with some brisk walking (that includes everyday walking, chasing kidlets etc) will keep your waist looking ship shape!
      Thanks for stopping by Georgia, have a great weekend.

      Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Oh yes it’s a sign that you should make a double batch! Enjoy Sarah! Loving your black and white gift tags.

      Reply
  10. These look so yummy! My biggest concern would be not eating all the Maltesers before they made it in to the mix! xx N

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Thanks Nikki! I know exactly what you mean and I have a solution, make sure you buy the family size pack of maltesers! 1/2 the pack for you and half for the mix! Enjoy

      Reply
  11. Nicole

    I’ve just finished making a batch with my daughter and they are absolutely delicious. I’m already planning to make a second batch, there is no way these will last till Christmas day 😉 Thanks for the recipe.

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Yay!! Glad you like them. I’m hoping to get a batch made tonight! Enjoy!

      Reply
  12. You had me at ‘triple choc’ and ‘maltesers’. Definitely going to make a batch of these over the school holidays with the kids!

    Reply
    1. Dannielle

      Triple Choc gets me every time too Erika! The kids will love squishing the mixture into balls, so much fun and soooo yummy! Enjoy x

      Reply
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