As you probably know, I love everything chocolate, and the recipe that is at the top of my list is chocolate balls.

Today I’m bringing you a little more daring and sexy recipe for classic Swedish chocolate balls. For me, coffee and chocolate is an orgasmic combination, so I’ve used a drop of coffee liqueur in this recipe for a more adult taste. Enjoy :)

chocolate balls


  • 100 g soft butter
  • 1 1/2 dl fine sugar
  • 3 dl rolled oats
  • 1 tsp icing sugar
  • 3 tbsp high-grade cocoa
  • 1 tbsp cold coffee
  • 1 tbsp Kahlua (Mexican coffee liqueur)
  • 1 dl grated coconut to roll the balls in


1. Combine the butter, sugar, rolled oats, icing sugar and cocoa in a mixing bowl.

2. Mix into a smooth paste.

3. Add cold coffee and Kahlua (taste testing is compulsory! :)

4. Roll the paste into small balls, and then roll these in the grated coconut.

5. Refridgerate covered (in case the balls absorb other smells from the fridge, such as garlic… yuck!) before serving.

Done! Enjoy this divine chocolate creation alone or in good company :)


More about sexy chocolate balls

My passion for chocolate balls started when I helped out in my school’s cafeteria in the 1990’s. Vi rolled a lot of balls in coconut each day before we opened, but I think I may have eaten more than I served. This was probably when my obsession for chocolate began.

I think chocolate balls are both fun and sexy to make. There is something about the chocolate paste that is a turn on, erotic, and sinfully good to lick :) And this slightly more adult variety with coffee can be a good pick-me-up on the way to work in the morning.

Chocolate balls with cocoa powder instead of grated coconut – yum!

Ok, I know chocolate balls aren’t very healthy, but once in a while won’t hurt. What I don’t recommend is the eat-more-than-you-bake variety :) As with everything else in life, it’s all about balance, and this even goes for chocolate (unfortunately!)

Try to make my sexy chocolate balls today and let me know what you think of them!

Have a pleasurable weekend!


ps. Here is a bonus recipe for Swedish chocolate balls… auf deutsch! :)


Within interior design, I love the combination of old and new, a marriage of history and modernism, romanticism meeting minimalism. In addition, I have a burning passion for crispy silks, dark chocolate and long baths with a fragrance of lavender.


  1. Hi Maria! I love chocolate too so the balls inspire me. They looks so tasty and delicious!:) Happy Friday dear, hugs and kisses! xo

  2. I think I will try these for after christmas dinner just to make sure I cannot move at all. Have a fun weekend

  3. I love chocolate and these chocolate balls seem to be delicious! As you said, as with everything else in life, it’s all about balance, so eating chocolate once in a while won’t hurt. Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe!

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