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    Nesquik® Mini Coconut Bites

    Perfect for making together on rainy afternoons, your children will love these yummy crunchy little coconut bites.
    Preparation Time
    10 min
    Cooking Time
    0
    Cooling Time
    0
    Skill Level
    Easy
    Serving Size
    0

    Ingredients

    • 1397 g (box) NESTLÉ Sweetened Condensed Milk
    • 125 g NESQUIK® Cereal
    • 100 g shredded coconut

    Instructions

    • With a fork, roughly crush about half the cereal.
    • Mix crushed cereal and 3/4 of the coconut with the sweetened condensed milk in a bowl. Form the mixture into small balls with your hands, then roll balls in the remaining coconut.
    • Decorate each morsel by rolling them thoroughly into the remaining uncrushed cereal.
    • Chill in the refrigerator.

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