Raspberry Zinger Balls Recipe


Raspberry Zinger Balls – tastes just like the snack cake! Easy to make!


Raspberry Zinger Balls Recipe - These taste just like the popular snack cake!


Hello, Clarks Condensed readers! I’m Jamie from Love Bakes Good Cakes and I’m excited to be here, hanging out with Katie! Over in my part of blogland, I love to share family-friendly meals and sweets that are budget friendly. I’m also a big believer in using normal ingredients you can find at most any store. If you’ve never stopped by my place, I’d love to have you come by for a peek! I’ve included my links at the end of this post – so don’t be shy! 🙂 A huge thanks to Katie for letting me stop by!
I’m here with a recipe today. I’m sure you gathered that from the pictures! 🙂 I’m sharing my Raspberry Zinger Balls! They are one of my kiddos favorite holiday treats – that don’t necessarily have to be saved for the holiday season! They taste almost like the little cakes you get at the store and they are soooo easy to make! Be sure to keep them on the small bite-size size when you make them! They have a little bit of a “wowza factor!” Did I mention that they’re no-bake too?! Yes! These little gems are no-bake! I hope your family enjoys them as much as mine! 

Raspberry Zinger Balls - tastes just like the snack cake!

Raspberry Zinger Balls Recipe
Servings: 50 -60 balls
Author: Katie Clark
Ingredients
  • 1 box 6 oz. raspberry-flavored gelatin dessert (ex: Jell-O)
  • 1 bag 14 oz. sweetened coconut flakes
  • 1 can 14 oz. sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 box 3 oz. raspberry-flavored gelatin dessert (ex: Jell-O)
Instructions
  1. Line a baking sheet with wax paper and set aside.
  2. In a medium bowl, combine the 6 oz. box of raspberry gelatin, coconut and sweetened condensed milk. Mix well. Shape the mixture into bite-sized balls, about 1-inch in diameter. Place on prepared baking sheet.
  3. Empty the 3 oz. box of raspberry gelatin into a small bowl or zip-top bag. Roll or shake the balls in the gelatin until thoroughly coated. Place back on the baking sheet to set. Repeat with remaining raspberry zinger balls.


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4 Comments

  • Hi Katie, I am looking forward to making the Raspberry Zinger cookies! I just wondered if they have to be stored in the refrigerator, and also if they can successfully be frozen? Please let me know, and perhaps others are wondering how to properly store these beautiful cookies, too.Thanks, Juli
    • Hi Juli! I just asked Jamie (the creator of this recipe) and she said this:I have never tried freezing them to be honest - so I'm really not sure how it would affect them. I would suggest making them into balls - but not rolling them in the 2nd box of Jello until you're ready to use them. If someone tries freezing them, I would love to hear how it affected them!Let me know if you try it!

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