How to Make Assorted Graham Balls

Updated on July 21, 2017

Assorted Graham Balls

Great Holiday Gift Idea

When the air is already chilly in our parts of the world, it means that Christmas is just around the corner: People rushing to buy gifts, traffic jams because of construction, and suddenly-skyrocketing prices. This should be the "Fun Season" right? Wrong. It's quite tiring and expensive, isn't it? Some of us needs to "tighten our belts" and really spend our hard-earned money wisely.

I thought of sharing this amazing but simple recipe with you to help some of you out. These are the perfect, inexpensive gift when you're tight on funds but still want to gift someone something thoughtful. This is a creative twist from your usual graham balls, and it's more colorful as well. With minimal budget and as a personalized gift. you can try making these delicious assorted graham balls. Easy to make and affordable too!

3.4 stars from 11 ratings of Assorted Graham Balls


  • 1 Can Condensed Milk
  • 400 Grams Crushed Grahams, Original, Honey or Chocolate (Depends on your preferance)
  • Marshmallows
  • Extra Crushed Grahams
  • Roughly Chopped Chocolates, Milk, White or Dark (Optional*)
  • Sprinkles, Rainbow or Chocolate (Optional*)
  • Cinnamon Powder, (Optional*)

How to Make Assorted Graham Balls

  1. Place the crushed grahams in a bowl. Add the condensed milk slowly and mix until you get a dough like consistency. Place the extra crushed grahams, sprinkles, roughly chopped chocolates and cinnamon powder in separate bowls. Reserve it for later.
  2. Get a marshmallow. Wrap it with the milk-graham mixture. Each Graham Ball will be approximately 5-10 cm. thick.
  3. Roll the Graham Balls on the extra crushed grahams. For variation you can roll it on sprinkles, roughly chopped chocolates or cinnamon powder.
  4. Place the done Graham Balls on a platter or a tray, cover it with a plastic wrap and then chill it for about 10 minutes. *If you want it to be gooey as some kids prefer it. Leave it on a serving tray or platter and cover it with a plastic wrap for good 5 minutes.
  5. Serve it with coffee or any drink you prefer. Enjoy!

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        5 months ago

        why when i stored my graham balls inside the refrigerator the sprinkles coating is melting . whats the right way to store it .

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        3 years ago

        OMG its good☺☺☺☺☺☺

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        chona mae siago 

        4 years ago

        How much for peaces to graham ballss.?


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