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No bake "munchkin" or choco ball recipe

Updated on August 2, 2012

Cook Time

  • Prep time: 30 min
  • Cook time: 1 hour
  • Ready in: 1 hour 30 min
  • Yields: approximately 25 choco balls


  • 1 pack Ace Biscuit / Other brand of Chocolate crackers, finely ground
  • 1 small can condensed milk
  • Dessicated coconut
  • Nips candy / M&Ms (optional)
  1. Grind or crush the biscuits using a mortar and pestle.
  2. Put the ground biscuits in a big bowl.
  3. Gradually pour the condensed milk into the ground biscuit and mix constantly until the condensed milk is used up. Mix them well.
  4. Chill the mixture for about 10 minutes
  5. After chilling it, shape them into balls about the size of a jackstone.
  6. Sprinkle the choco balls with dessicated coconut and you can also top them off with chocolate candy.
  7. Chill them for about 1 hour.


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      Anata no namae 7 days ago

      Thanks this helped me alot !!!

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      leviHasel 22 months ago

      Thanks for the recipe I have a idea now what I should prepare for my Love Dianne . Because I love her so much I have to cook the yummiest one to catch her taste. . Once again thank you..

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      jashley ann 2 years ago

      Thanks for the help because it help much ....

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      april ann 2 years ago

      Ohhh, ive tried its so very yummy...

      Its fun to make munchkins..

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      Cristyl 3 years ago

      OOh... ive tried and it was awesome... wow, its yummy... love it...

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      Beth 3 years ago

      I think you can use crushed graham crackers instead of ace biscuits...

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      sarah 3 years ago

      Any one knows where to buy an ace biscuit somewhere here in bulacan???

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      mjpr 3 years ago

      I wanna do this! For the 1pack Ace Biscuit, Is it 1 pack like one pack or 1 whole pack/plastic with 10 packs inside a big pack? hmm.. Im confused. :-/

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      menchie 3 years ago

      it is really good taste.thank you so much I'm starting business right now it really help my family...

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      joshua 3 years ago

      thanks for sharing . :) i will make plenty of munchkins and sell it :)

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      Michael 3 years ago

      Does it have to be eaten the next day ? how long can it be edible?

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      sfdtamaldits18 3 years ago

      mabenta .. hehehe :)

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      jenalyn 4 years ago

      where do i buy the ace biscuits here in manila?

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      Tasty Cooking 5 years ago

      It looks great ! I will sure make them for my kids.I am sure it will taste delicious.thank you.

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      Nadz Castro 5 years ago from Philippines

      thanks for dropping by! that's so sweet of you and Congratulations! :)

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      dkalvarez 5 years ago from Boca Raton, FL

      Looks awesome! Have to make these for my pregnant wife and our (eventual) daughter!

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      Nadz Castro 5 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you so much kelly!! I assure you that this is delicious and your kids will very much enjoy! :)

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      kelleyward 5 years ago

      All I can say is this looks great. I will make this for my kids soon! Thanks for sharing. Take care, Kelley