Mounds Balls

Nonni Norman Recipe

By Nonni Norman Nonni55

This simple holiday candy is a favorite of my family. It taste just like a Mounds candybar, the hardest part is getting the sticky off of your fingers when you are rolling the balls! Happy Holidays!


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Ingredients

1 pkg
coconut
1/2 bottle
white karo syrup (or more or less depending on your taste)
1 pkg
semi sweet chocolate chips
1/3 stick
gulfwax
butter
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Empty coconut into a large bowl, add Karo syrup (enough to make it gooey, it will snap crackle and pop like rice krispies when you have enough) It needs to be able to be shaped into a ball and hold its shape. If you get too much syrup..just add a little more coconut, the ingredients are not an exact science. Mix well with a spoon.GREASE HANDS WELL WITH BUTTER, FREQUENTLY...YOU WILL HAVE TO WASH THE COCONUT OFF OF YOUR HANDS BEFORE EACH BUTTERING.
2
Roll into balls one at a time and drop each ball as its rolled into the following: 1 bag of melted semi sweet chocolate chips with 1/3 of a bar of gulfwax melted together. I do this in a double boiler. As you roll each ball, drop it into the melted chocolate for coating,lay each ball onto wax paper that covers a cookie sheet. When the sheet is full, pop into the freezer for a few minutes to set the chocolate. When the chocolate is hardened enough to remove from the wax paper, do so and store the balls in a cookie tin. Layering with wax paper between each row.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #balls, #Candybar
  • Comments

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    Karla Everett Karla59 - Dec 11, 2011
    Karla Everett [Karla59] has shared this recipe with discussion group:
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    Harriett Beggs hbeggs - Dec 14, 2011
    Nonni,how long will these stay fresh? Do you have to keep them in the fridge? also what do you use to take them out of the chocolate?
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    Carol Livingston cajliving1995 - Mar 10, 2012
    what is gulfwax and where do i find it?
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    Nonni Norman Nonni55 - Jan 27, 2013
    Im sorry ladies, I was locked out of my account until just now...forgive my year of tardiness!!!! Gulfwax is found at any place that sells canning jars or canning supplies. It is just that, wax, in bars and they come in a box. The brand is "Gulfwax"

    Harriett, We have these from Thanksgiving until New Years...LOL Usually more batches than I care to make, but they have a great shelf life. The problem is, they dont stick around long enough for me to tell you !