Swedish Chocolate Balls (Chokladbollar)
They say that these Swedish chocolate balls, known as chokladbollar, are the first thing a Swedish child learns to make, and for good reason; they're easy to do, there's no baking required, and mixing the "dough" together makes for a fun activity. They sure beat snacking on a candy bar during the afternoon slump, as the fats and whole grain keep you satisfied much longer, while the coffee and cocoa provide the perfect pick-me-up.
Recipe Summary test
Both regular coffee and espresso work here.
The sugar will add some grittiness to the overall texture. For something smoother, cream the sugar with butter first or just use powdered sugar.
You can keep these in the fridge and let them sit out a bit before eating so they're not completely firm.