Max Black updating all you Gargoylz fans.
Ben didn’t flick screens quick enough but Miss Bleet was really interested in the coconut snowballs especially when we told her they were a traditional Swiss food. We had to make some and take them into the class for show and tell and Miss Bleet ate seven! Then she turned a bit green and had to sit in the corner for the rest of the day, with her head in the sick bucket.
Anyway, here’s Barney’s recipe for you all…
Warning – very tasty
Warning – containz coconut
225g digestive biscuits
100g desiccated coconut
2 tablespoonz cocoa powder
1 tin condensed milk 397g
50g coconut for rolling
Plate for the rolling coconut
Container or plate for storing
What you do…
Crush the biscuits with the rolling pin. (You can put them in a plastic bag first so that they stay in one place.) Then put the crushed biscuits in the bowl.
Add the coconut and the condensed milk.
Add the cocoa powder, sieving it into the bowl.
Stir. It’s a big gloopy mixture!
Put the spare coconut on a large plate ready for rolling.
When it’s all mixed in, wash handz then scoop up a ball of the mixture – about the size of a ping pong ball. Make it nice and round, roll it in the spare coconut and then put it on the container or plate.
Do this until all the mixture is used up. You should have a pile of coconut snowballz.
Put them in the fridge for about an hour. Then eat – or share!
Keep any left over in the fridge.
We don’t think you’ll have any left over! In fact I made some earlier and Mum told me I had to leave some for Jessica. But I sort of forgot. I can hear her yells so she must have just discovered the empty plate.
Urgent mission – hide!