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Mini Choco Coconut Rolls | No cook Kiddie Treats

Life has
its strange twists and turns. I was supposed to post something else for Day 3
of wraps and rolls and the weather god kept playing havoc, it turns so dark
even at 5pm. So after multiple futile attempts, although the recipe was written
and ready, I got to finally make these Mini Choco Coconut rolls which , well,
disappeared as fast as it was made. These are similar to the No Bake Choco-Nutty bars I
made last month, but is totally nut free. 

A little
chocolate, lots of love and some patience, and u have these beauties that warm
the heart of any kid. So these Choco Coconut rolls are almost sugar free and
healthy to bite into. My younger one was very impatient, so she kept opening
the refrigerator to bite into these, so given a little more settling / chilling
time, I would have got perfect spirals. But the kids didn’t give a damn as they
munched upon these. You really can’t go wrong with chocolate, can you ? 

Hope you
enjoyed the treats with Wraps and rolls theme on Blogging Marathon this week,
with Corn Crusted Pizza Pinwheels, Vietnamese Spring rolls and today’s Choco
Coconut Rolls. 

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Prep time :
10 mins | Chilling Time : 1 hour min (no cook)

Makes : 2
dozen mini spirals

Ingredients:

  • Marie biscuits
    – 15 to 20
  • Dark cocoa
    Powder – 3 TBSP (I used Dutch processed Valrhona)
  • Condensed
    Milk – 3 TBSP (It can take 2 tsp more)
  • Ghee – 2
    tsp
  • Powdered
    Sugar – 3 tsp
  • Desiccated
    coconut – 4 tsp
  • Vanilla
    essence and elaichi powder (optional)

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Method:

  1. Powder the
    biscuits in a blender till smooth. In a bowl, add these powdered biscuits, toss
    in cocoa powder and half of the powdered sugar. Mix well. Now add the 3 TBSP of
    condensed milk , ghee and mix to a soft dough., Keep covered for 5 mins.
  2.  In another
    bowl,  mix the desiccated coconut, rest of the powdered sugar, essence,
    cardamom powder (if using) and 2 tsp of the condensed milk. Mix lightly so that
    the mixture doesn’t fall apart.
  3.  On a
    greased surface, roll out the chocolate dough into round or square shape. Toss the
    coconut – sugar mixture and spread evenly with a spatula or flat spoon. From
    one end, roll quickly but firmly into a log shape. Pinch and seal both ends so
    that the filling doesn’t fall apart
  4.  Now wrap in
    cling film or foil and refrigerate for 1 hour minimum. unwrap and cut into
    thickish roundels. Serve immediately. 

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14 Comments

  1. Such an easy treat to make it quickly!..good one..

  2. Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen

    Looks delicious and i have loads of biscuits at home,might as well put them to good use!!!

  3. great treat to make in a jiffy

  4. Sanoli Ghosh

    Yummy and really easy to make.

  5. Sneha's Recipe

    A delicious treat.

  6. Priya Suresh

    Fantastic choco rolls, its been a while i had them..

  7. cookingwithsapana

    Choco coconut rolls looks yummy . Such a wonderful treat for kids .

  8. Such an easy and delicious , yummy choco rolls… Will try this week end and treat the children..

  9. vaishali sabnani

    Ah these are delicious. .made them for the previous marathon. .and so true chocolate is always a winner.

  10. Suma Gandlur

    Such a delectable delight for chocolate lovers.

  11. Wow! No cook treat and it looks very tempting too.

  12. Marie biscuits and condensed milk is a lovely combo…Wonderful treat for chocolate lovers like me 🙂

  13. Love these no-cook rolls.

  14. Chef Mireille

    these look so scrumptious

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