Chocolate coconut balls – Kókuszgolyó

by | Apr 18, 2016 | Desserts

Chocolate coconut balls are simple, but delicious desserts. You just have to combine the ingredients, shape balls and roll them into shredded coconut. The base of the mass is Hungarian all pupose crackers (háztartási keksz), which are sligthly sweet, crunchy biscuits. The crackers’ taste is not so characteristic, rather neutral, that’s why they can be flavoured in any way you want. All purpose crackers can be found in every Hungarian grocery, whole or ground.

Hungarian all pupose crackers / Háztartási keksz
Hungarian all purpose crackers – Háztartási keksz – photo: zserbo.com

I added sour cherry jam to the mixture, but you can replace it with any sourish jam, for example raspberry jam goes well with cocoa and rum, too. I used rum extract, which has a concentrated rum flavour without the high alcohol content associated with real rum. If you serve kókuszgolyó to kids, feel free to use non-alcoholic imitation rum extract.

Coconut chocolate balls / Kókuszgolyó
Chocolate coconut balls – Kókuszgolyó – photo: zserbo.com
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