Welcome Sharanya from Myhappykitchen 🙂.Yeah she is guest post writer/blogger of the day. The guest post of the day would be 100% approved by your toddler and you can serve it guilt free as she has replaced sugar with dates and used ragi/finger millet/nachini. Aren’t you interested to know the recipe?Come let us have a look.
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Over to Sharanya!
Being a busy home maker , mother of 4 year old naughty daughter and wife of workaholic husband, I always wanted to do something to keep myself active both physically and mentally.So kitchen is my favorite place in my home where all new ideas born 🙂 My love for cooking motivated me to start my blog and sharing my recipes give me a great satisfaction.Happy to share the recipes with you all.HAPPY COOKING!!
Yields about : 20 chocolate balls.
- Sprouted Ragi flour – 1/2 cup.
- Cocoa powder – 1/4 cup.
- Butter – 4 tsp.
- Dates – 1/2 cup ( about 15 pieces)
- Milk – 1/4 cup.
- Grated coconut – 1 cup.
1.Soak dates in water for 2 hours , remove seeds and grind to fine puree.
2.Dry roast grated coconut slightly till it becomes dry and keep it aside.
3.Sift ragi flour twice and dry roast it for a minute in low flame.
4.Remove from flame and add 2 cups of water ,mix well without any lumps.
5.Keep the mixture in low flame again and stir till ragi mixture thickens to cream consistency.
6.Then add milk and stir well till thick.
7.Add dates puree ,butter and mix well , followed by cocoa powder.
8.Boil in low flame with constant stirring till the mixture forms a mass.
9.Remove from flame and let it cool to room temperature.
10.Transfer the contents to a greased plate and spread widely, refrigerate for 30 mins.
11.Remove from refrigerator , make small balls out of it , roll the balls in fried coconut ,refrigerate and enjoy.
Since the chocolates are not made in sugar syrup , you will not get hard chocolates. But the gooey chocolates will be very soft and they just melt in mouth.
Instead of coconut , you can roll them in nuts powder too.
Entire process should be done in low flame.
As ragi will stick to bottom so easily , keep stirring continuously.
Thank you Sharanya for your guest post 🙂
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