By 1Steve on June 20, 2002
"Easy no bake cookie/candy confection. Posted per a request on the recipe board."
Serving Size: 1 (1157 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"these were good and really easy to make i made them for my class and everybody loved them i wouldnt put so much coffe in it next time though."
"> I was born in Sweden and have both Swedish parents, and have had these Swedish > Chocolate Balls all my life. Never have they had eggs in them and being vegetarian, > I find it a small injustice, that eggs have been included in your recipe. To > get the right consistency, just requires more butter. I hope this recipe can > be amended for the sake of the many vegetarians who would be able to enjoy this > recipe otherwise. Iam "
"These came out good and were very easy and fun to make. I would suggest using less coffee though. Also, I took Iam's advise and used butter instead of eggs. (This tastes better and also avoids salmanila from the raw eggs.)"
"These were a big hit at a Nordic Heritage Society meeting with several requests for the recipe."
"These were awesome little bites of delicious wonderfulness! After reading the reviews we decided to leave out the eggs and roll them in ground pecans rather than sugar, sprinkles or coconut. We will be doing these frequently (I'm afraid!). Thank you so much for posting these."
"This may be a nice reciepe but it's not the traditional Swedish reciepe. I live in Sweden and they sell these at all the stores here, none of them have eggs in them and they're rolled in coconut not sugar. They also have a little different version with a anise type flavor that are rolled in chocolate sprinkles that you may want to try and make."
"Made for school Cultural Feast the kids loved it!"
"Grew up eating these and now my kids love them! They are so easy to make!"
"This recipe is so wrong! Wrong in the sense that it's not the real Swedish recipe. You don't put eggs. And you don't coat it with sugar. You should use desiccated coconut instead. "