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Author Notes: Last time when I visit my friend, her daughter made these sweet balls; they left big impression on me, even more when I made them for the first time. They are easy to make and you can keep them and serve straight from the freezer. —anka
Makes 18-20 balls
- 18-20 dry figs, soft
- 18-20 walnut halves
- 150 grams water
- 100 grams sugar
- 150 grams petit beurre biscuit, ground
- 150 grams ground walnut plus 100 g for rolling
- Grind the nuts with a nut grinder; hard cheese grinder is second in the line to do the job. Put on the side.
- Ground biscuits in food processor or blender; just break them first in smaller pieces. You can also place biscuit between to parchment paper or plastic bag and use rolling pin to break them in to powder.
- Boil sugar and water till sugar dissolve, take of the stove and mix in ground biscuit and 150 g ground walnuts. Let it completely cool.
- In meantime; cut of the stem of the fig and using the tip of the paring knife make a slit where stem was.
- Insert walnut halve into fig and press to close, it is sticky so it will hold together.
- Take completely cold walnut-biscuit mix and apply all over fig in thin layer, roll between palm of your hands and than in to ground walnut. Roll rest of the figs.
- Place in to the freezer for 1 hour. To serve you will cut them into half; it is easier to cut when they are frozen.
- You can keep them in the freezer, in an airtight container for a couple months.
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best No-Bake Desserts