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Dr Paul's Balls (Rum Balls)

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I got this recipe from a Dr whom I worked with over 20yrs ago.....he says the recipe is Modified.....but am not sure where / why  :-0

 

Ingredients

1 cup sultanas

1/2 cup raisins, chopped

1/2 cup glace cherries, also chopped

1/2 cup hazelnuts, chopped as well

250g cream cheese

1/2 cup icing sugar

2 tablespoons Tia Maria, Kahlua or Rum

1 six pack of stubbies, cold preferably

Dessicated coconut

150g cooking chocolate

 

Method

Open a stubby and sip causally

 

When composed, mix chopped sultanas, raisins and cherries in liquor and soak for 30 mins or until necessary to get the next stubby from the fridge.

Add hazelnuts to mix.

Mix softened cream cheese into fruit and nut mix, insuring to make a dreadful  mess on table.

 

Finish 2nd stubby and open 3rd.

 

Take an enormous swig from stubby then add icing sugar, mixing well, then add melted chocolate.

 

Allow mix to harden in fridge for 1 hr or so, giving oneself time to hop into next stubby.

Remove bowl from fridge and with cold beer firmly grasped in 1 hand, roll mix into little balls, then roll these in the coconut.

Put the cute little balls back in fridge then finish off the six pack and have a sleep.

 

Enjoy as they are really delicious, but am not sure about the stubbies though.....

 

Sue

 

 

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We tried this recipe once before and it was very nice particularly on a hot day, the rum balls weren't bad either.

 

 

Cheers

 

Di

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