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Apricot and Coconut Balls
These little balls of deliciousness are a great way to get kids helping out in the kitchen. They are simple to make, do not require baking and only contain 3 ingredients.
: 15 minutes
: 1 hour in fridge to set
: 18 balls
1 cup of dried apricots, finely diced (you can buy them from shop already chopped up to save time)
1 cup dessicated coconut
1/2 cup condensed milk
extra dessicated coconut to roll balls in
In a bowl combine the apricots, coconut and condensed milk.
Get a production line happening and roll small balls of the mixture (wet hands make it easier) and coat with the extra coconut.
Place in the fridge for an hour or more to firm the balls up.
You need to keep the balls in an airtight container in the fridge. They will keep up to a week.
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