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    Default Can these xmas treats be frozen?

    I made chocolate malteser balls, apricot balls, white christmas, cherry ripe slice today, I have so much, so I wondering if anyone knows if these item can be frozen?

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    Yep as long as it is in a air tight Tupperware type container.. Send some this way if you have too many


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    Yum! Care to share the malteser recipe???

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    Can't comment on the Malteser balls (never made them) but the rest can. I put paper towel in the bottom of the container to catch condensation. I also put tin foil on top of the food, pressed down tight to fit, to minimize air contact. If it is a slice I wrap the whole thing. I then put it into an air tight container like a previous poster said.

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    Thanks ladies, looks like I better freeze some otherwise I am going to eat them all.

    Malteser Choc Balls

    250g pkt Arnotts Choc Ripple biscuits cifnely crushed
    1 can of Condensed Milk
    2 tablespoons Cocoa
    1 & 1/2 cups desicatted coconut
    Maltesers ( recipe says 25 but use alot more)

    Mix all ingredients except for the maltesers.
    Roll 1 tablespoon of mixture around each malteser ( I dont use a tablespoon I just roll them to the size I want this way the mixture goes further)
    Then roll in coconut, and put in fridge.
    I also drizzle melted white choc over them to make them even more yummy

    Enjoy

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    Yum! ^

    I freeze all my balls, just put them in a good air tight container (usually Tupperware) and some paper towel in case there is some condensation etc. After I defrost them, I usually give them a bit of a roll in some fresh coconut again to freshen them up a bit.

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    Sounds so so yummy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by leannemc View Post
    Thanks ladies, looks like I better freeze some otherwise I am going to eat them all.

    Malteser Choc Balls

    250g pkt Arnotts Choc Ripple biscuits cifnely crushed
    1 can of Condensed Milk
    2 tablespoons Cocoa
    1 & 1/2 cups desicatted coconut
    Maltesers ( recipe says 25 but use alot more)

    Mix all ingredients except for the maltesers.
    Roll 1 tablespoon of mixture around each malteser ( I dont use a tablespoon I just roll them to the size I want this way the mixture goes further)
    Then roll in coconut, and put in fridge.
    I also drizzle melted white choc over them to make them even more yummy

    Enjoy
    Yum! Thanks! Christmas cooking tomorrow after work... Pumpkin pie, gingerbread house and balls so I might make them!
    Another oh so yummy thing to do is (on chocolate balls/ yum yum balls) is instead of rolling in coconut, put some clinkers thro the blender and roll in that!! Yummm


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