Easy Christmas Chocolate Rice Puffs
Easy Christmas Chocolate Rice Puffs
Easy Christmas Chocolate Rice Puffs are super chocolatey, and the rice puffs give these a delicious soft and chewy texture. Perfect as a make ahead dessert.
Easy Christmas Chocolate Rice Puffs
Easy Christmas Chocolate Rice Puffs
Easy Christmas Chocolate Rice Puffs are super chocolatey, and the rice puffs give these a delicious soft and chewy texture. Perfect as a make ahead dessert.
Servings Prep Time
30rice puffs (but depending on the size) 20minutes
Passive Time
30minutes (cooling)
Servings Prep Time
30rice puffs (but depending on the size) 20minutes
Passive Time
30minutes (cooling)
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Start by mixing eggs and powdered sugar until white, airy and bubbly, using a hand or stand mixer.*
  2. Melt the coconut fat / hardened coconut oil (it’s the same thing) until liquid. Cool 5 minutes before adding it to the egg mixture. Then you add in vanilla extract, strong coffee and unsweetened cocoa powder. Give it a mix before carefully folding in the puffed rice.**
  3. Shape the mixture into balls (or whatever shape you want). I shape them into large handfuls, but any size will do.
  4. Place them on a parchment lined baking sheet and cool. Either cool in the refrigerator or you can freeze them. You can eat them right out of the freezer, no need to thaw. Although I like to place them on the counter for 10 minutes to get a more creamy, chocolatey texture when biting into them. 
Recipe Notes

* This is called eggedosis in Norway. It is fluffy enough once you can spell OLE with the batter (in the batter) and the letters won’t sink until you have written all three letters.

 

** The puffed rice needs to be chewy in texture, not crunchy. You can find it at Whole Foods or Asian/Indian markets. Norwegian: Puffet ris, all kinds of grocery stores.

 

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Author: Stine Mari from Ginger with Spice