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Cookies and Cream Bliss Balls

Cookies and Cream Bliss Balls

Summary

Servings 12
Time Needed Prep
Cook
Ingredients 4
Difficulty Easy

Rating (click to rate)

3.2 based on 17 ratings.

Ingredients

  • 3 45g Cookies And Cream Kit Kat Bars
  • 160 g Dollop Cream
  • 125 g Cream Cheese softened
  • 2 Flake Bars to roll balls in

Nutrition Information

Qty per
14g serve
Qty per
100g
Energy 210cal 1515cal
Protein 0.3g 2.17g
Fat (total) 4.29g 30.91g
 - saturated 2.69g 19.34g
Carbohydrate 0.41g 2.96g
 - sugars 0.41g 2.96g
Dietary Fibre 0g 0g
Sodium 4.72mg 34mg

Nutritional information does not include the following ingredients: flake bars

Please Note - Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.

Cookies and Cream Bliss Balls are a decadent treat, are super easy to make and super tasty too.  Make a huge double or triple batch and freeze them.  They are delicious eaten frozen straight from the freezer as a cool treat (even for the grown-ups!).

We used the Kit Kat Cookies and Cream Chocolate Bars in this recipe – you can find them in the confectionary section of your local Supermarket. If you can’t find those particular chocolate bars, any ‘Cookies and Cream’ type chocolate will do!

Cookies and Cream Bliss Balls make for the perfect personal gift for the person who has everything.  Make a batch and place them in a box with a ribbon and bow!

For other decadent and delicious bliss ball recipes just like this recipe for Cookies and Cream Bliss Balls – try some of these:

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Recipe Hints and Tips:

  • Cookies and Cream Balls are suitable for freezing for up to 2 months, otherwise keep refrigerated for up to 4 days in an air tight container.
About Author

Lydia Williams

Lydia is our gorgeous food editor and a ray of sunshine in the Stay at Home Mum kitchen. In between cooking and and trialing all our recipes you can f...Read Moreind her photographing her work for Stay at Home Mum. She has 2 gorgeous children and a spunk of a husband who understands her passion for food. Read Less

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