Every child in Sweden knows the recipe for Chokladbollar by heart!
This is something we made when we got home from school and our parents had not yet arrived.
They are delicious, very quick to make as there’s NO cooking involved and you normally have the ingredients at home already.
I have healthy-fyed this recipe a bit, but they are still easy to make and super delicious!
Swedish Chocolate Balls
Makes 22 balls
– 100 Gram Fat of Choice: almond or coconut or dairy butter
– 1 1/4 Cup Porridge Oats
– 1/2 Cup Coconut Sugar
– 1/4 Cup Shelled Hemp Seeds (you can replace this with more oats)
– 2 Tablespoons Cacao
– 2 Tablespoons of Cold Coffee
– 1 teaspoon Vanilla
– Pinch of Salt
– 1/2 Cup Desiccated Coconut (to roll the chocolate balls in)
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So stressed, off to Sweden today with a mountain of presents, have no idea how to fit it all into my bags. This is a recipe for Mulled Wine Swedish Style, stronger and sweeter and served in small glasses with blanched almonds and raisins.
Now off to work before wrestling with my packing. (Have never banged out a video/post so quick!). Wishing you all a relaxing and wonderful Christmas!!
This is what you need:
*I bottle of red wine
* 10 cl Vodka (1 deciliter)
* 1 cup brown sugar
* 1-2 cinnamon sticks
* 20 Cloves
* Piece of fresh ginger
* 1 tablespoon of cardamom
* 1 Vanilla pod
* peel from 1 orange
Crush the cardamoms, break the cinnamon stick and grate an oragne and open the vanilla pod, place it all in a glass jar with a lid. Add the ginger, cloves and vodka. The jar goes in the fridge over night.
The next day: Use a sieve to remove the spices place in a pan together with the wine and the sugar. Heat up, but don’t let it boil.
Serve with almonds and raisins.