Graham Balls Recipe Kids love eating these yummy dessert balls since they are very easy to make.
The ingredients are readily available in local groceries and supermarkets, so it doesn’t take a lot of effort to create a batch of Graham Balls.
The treats are simply made from rolling the mixture of crushed Graham crackers and milk into balls, and then sprinkled with candies or chocolate shavings.
There are some versions of Graham Balls recipes that use full cream, instead of milk. There are also some people who prefer using honey, instead of powdered sugar. These balls are similar to Munchkins, but Graham Balls do not require any frying or baking.
Graham crackers go way back in the late 1820s in New Jersey, and was originally meant to be part of a healthy eating diet called the Graham Diet. Today, these crackers are no longer considered healthy since they are now mixed with refined sugar and chocolate flavoring.
However, even if the commercial crackers today are no longer as healthy as the original version before, Graham crackers are still a popular snack among American children, and a favorite ingredient in making desserts like S’mores and Graham Balls.
Despite being a late bloomer in the Filipino dessert scene, Graham Balls Recipe are now a must-have at any children’s party in the Philippines.
Graham Balls Recipe
- 200 g crushed graham crackers
- 1 can condensed milk
- 1 bag marsh mallows
- confectionery sugar
- Mix the crushed graham crackers, gradually add the condensed milk
- Shape the mixture into a ball
- Dip the shaped balls on the confectionary sugar
- Set aside for 1-2 hours and serve