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    Chocolate Balls

    (Makes Five Dozen) These look great wrapped up in Plastic
    Wrap then tied with a Red ribbon:

    3 cups of semi-sweet or white chocolate chips or white chocolate chips
    1 can of sweetened condensed milk
    finely chopped nuts
    cocoa powder

    1) Melt chocolate chips; remove from heat.
    2) Stir in sweetened condensed milk.
    3) Chill 3 hours or until firm.
    4) Shape into 1 - inch (2.5cm) balls; place on wax paper-lined
    trays.
    Chill until firm.
    Roll in nuts, cocoa, or dip into melted chocolate chips of a different color.
    5) Chill and enjoy.

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    This is just like my fudge recipe...the fudge is super rich like this and delicious!!

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    Oh my, did you have to print that.....I just started on my "healthy" journey and I just LOVE the recipe!!! Ok, I will NOT open any recipe that says chocolate on it!!!

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    Calico,
    You could always make it, and Freeze. Than you could "treat" yourself once a week or so. That way, you could still "open" chocolate Recipes!!*LOL* I too have begun a healthy lifestyle, but I still have my family to contend with. So I make it, freeze it and when I feel like I deserve a little something special, I take one or two out and it feels like I'm splurging.

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    I will treat myself, I PROMISE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL

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    Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmm!

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    My teenage daughters have a candy making day in Dec. with their friends. We make things like peppermint patties and peanutbutter balls, each girl brings home her creations to share with their families. This sounds like a perfect addition thank you for the recipie, the girls are going to love it.

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    Ohhh this recipie sounds great. I think I'm going to have to try this one. Thanks so much!!!

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    Now that I'm reading this recipe again, I can't see how it would be possible to shape them into balls once the mixture had hardened. I use the same ingredients (just add a bit of vanilla and salt to the above recipe, and you have my fudge recipe) to make fudge, and it sets up firm.

    I'm going to have to try that this year and see what happens. I think it would look better in ball shape, and I love the idea of the different things to roll them in....

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    I was wondering the same thing. How do you shape them into th eballs if its set up already?

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