Truf­fles and pan­forte

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Tra­di­tional truf­fles, made from con­densed milk, are easy enough for the kids to make.

Crush 1 packet (250g) bis­cuits (malt bis­cuits, ar­row­roots, An­zacs or di­ges­tives all work well) ei­ther in a food pro­ces­sor or a bag us­ing a rolling pin. Tip into a mix­ing bowl and add ¹⁄3 cup co­coa pow­der, ½ cup des­ic­cated co­conut and 1 tin (395g) con­densed milk and mix.

Take ta­ble­spoon­fuls of mix­ture and roll into even­sized balls then cover in ex­tra co­conut. Chill.

This recipe makes 40 or more balls, de­pend­ing on size. Try ad­di­tions such as a cou­ple of ta­ble­spoons Nutella or chopped dried apri­cots or a dash of rum, or dunk half the balls in melted choco­late in­stead of co­conut.

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