Kiwis have been going bananas over Caramilk ever since it made its big comeback earlier this year.
And now chocolate lovers are coming up with unique ways to incorporate Caramilk chocolate into delicious baked goodies.
One chocolate lover has posted her new creation called the "Caramilk bliss ball" which she has described as tasting "amaze-balls".
The balls contain coconut and crushed up biscuit as well as condensed milk.
Taking to the 'Slow Cooker Recipes & Tips Facebook page', the woman said it's easy to make and takes nearly zero preparation.
And the response? Thousands of people have praised the idea as "delicious" and a "game-changer".
The poster said some people may prefer to melt their chocolate in the microwave but she prefers to do it in the slow cooker to avoid burning the Caramilk.
CARAMILK BALL RECIPE:
- 1x block of Caramilk choc (190g)
- 1x tin of condensed milk (395g)
- 1 packet of plain biscuits (250g)
- 80g coconut ( + extra to roll balls in)
"Slow cooker on high (lid off). Break up the chocolate and put into the slow cooker to melt.
"While you wait for chocolate to melt crush your biscuits (I just use a ziplock bag and rolling pin).
"Once chocolate is all melted turn off slow cooker and add everything else in. Mix together well and roll into balls, and then roll into the extra coconut.
"Store in the fridge or freezer... These are Amaze-balls."
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The woman's recipe has attracted more than 21,000 comments.
As one food lover put it best: "Yes It is confirmed, these little babies are seriously dangerous."
This article was first published on the NZ Herald and is republished here with permission.