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April 27, 2009

Chocolate Peda

I miss Indian sweets and snacks. I wish there was Grands or Krishna sweets in LA. This is a foolproof recipe for chocolate pedas which does not involve any cooking or microwaving. I have not added any sugar or butter. You can make these guilt free pedas in no time. So what are you chocolate lovers waiting for? Try this and let me know!


Yields 4 pedas.

Ingredients:
Ovaltine/sweetened cocoa/any chocolate drink powder(I used ovaltine)-4 tbsp
Milk Powder-4 tbsp
Almond powder-4 tbsp
Marie Biscuits-2 small(powdered)
Evaporated milk-2 tbsp

Method:Add ImageMix all the ingredients together and make a soft dough.
If the dough is sticky, add 2 drops of oil.
Divide the dough into 4 portions and shape them any way you like.

This is my 2nd entry to my own event:
15 minute Cooking - May 20th

Also sending it to For the Love of Chocolate - April 30th



Note: If you don't have evaporated milk, you can use milk(boiled and cooled). But pedas will perish soon. You may have to refrigerate them.
Since these are uncooked, I would not overeat. 2 or 3 max :)

68 comments:

  1. Very nice Mahima..keep up the good work and enthusiasm..your recipes are truly fresh innovative n inspiring..and a big hit in my house all the time..from coriander pulao to navaratan kurma..to many others..

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  2. Chocolate in anything is great no? :)

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  3. very simple n yummy choclate pedas..good one mahimaa!!

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  4. cho chweet! Marie biscuits, so innovative, pedas look sooo good!! Greaat post!!

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  5. Gosh u made only 4 pedas , I just love for the less quantity it yield! As we don't eat sweet, sure it will rescue one day!

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  6. wow! maahi ..lovely recipe ...it looks soo fantabulous ....Thanks for the recipe .nice clicks as always .

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  7. Looks very simple....must try it

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  8. Wow, they look so yummy, I feel like grabbing one of those pedas right away :)

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  9. Wow..the pedas look fabulous, so tempting...the easiest recipe ever.
    Thanks for the entry Mahima.

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  10. Wow the pedas look tempting! Simple n yummy!

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  11. This is a quick and an easy version... I make one such refridgerating version with marie biscuits and to add some variation added some cream to roll them up that was my first post I guess... Simply delectable and a perfect entry...

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  12. Lovely pedas! I love the chocolaty texture! yummm..... :9 Very easy peda! \(^_^)/

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  13. Wow, thats a very creative creation Mahima! They look so good, thanks for sharing, I will try them.

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  14. Nalla Nallu pannitu ipdi photo eduthu enga elloriyum kavukariyeee, idhu unake niyayama irukaaa...Parkum bodhe nakku oooraradhu..

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  15. hey cool mahi. looks very yummy and is soooo easy.

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  16. Lovely choco pedas mahima.....includes no cooking??? thats great....looks very simple..

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  17. This is so cool and so simple too! Lovely idea!

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  18. Hi Mahi.. Yummy choco peda.. This is peda day, one of my other blogger friend posted kaju peda today... yummmy!!

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  19. Lovely pedas..would have tasted great..Nice entry..

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  20. very very creative. Loved the idea of using ovaltine.

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  21. What a yummy idea an gets done in no time..Pics look lovely.Very nice entry..

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  22. Kanna,
    Looks great, should taste great too
    Appa

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  23. So simple and tempting...Love this easy to do pedas!!

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  24. thy look so cute together,..;-)

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  25. they look sooo gorgeous..chocolate is great in anything :)

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  26. Great mahimma,i do a cake with marie biscuits, will post it sometime :)

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  27. Adding marie biscuit to peda is completely new and awesome Mahimaa!! Those clicks are soooo wonderful!! I wanna try it right away! :)

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  28. Same pinch Mahi...unnoda chocolate peda kanna parikuthu...kalakura po!

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  29. thats a lovely recipe..would love to try it..looks so delish..

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  30. wow thatz yummy again & sounds sooper easy too

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  31. Wow love the idea of chocolate peda, looks just like in the shope.

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  32. Looks very droolyfying and simple...How r u?

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  33. Now thats one PEda I can eat without guilt :D. Good one dear. Thanks for sharing with us!

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  34. Very innovative and easy to make! Pedas looks lovely!

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  35. What an easy and delicious way to satisfy a chocolatey sweet tooth.

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  36. Me too miss krishna sweets dear ...A sweet without sugar and butter cool..Amazing!!Wonderful recepie ...

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  37. Wow love the chocolate pedas very new combination and simple to make too :)

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  38. Who does not miss the indian sweets? but if you make things like this at home, no need to miss it any more! very innovative!

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  39. these are so cutee an instant.. lovely !! Love o have one !!

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  40. so different ..WIll try it out.. Nice entry to the event.. SUper clicks

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  41. Wow easy pedas :) Am gonna try... will let u know how it goes :)

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  42. Never heard of choco peda.They look awesome though.

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  43. this is such a creative way to eat pedas. No cooking makes it more desirable. Looks yummy and pretty Mahimaa :)

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  44. this sounds very interesting and yummy..I bought the ovaltine for my son last month and its just kept inside the pantry as it is...May be I can try this yummy pedas...

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  45. Oh..Awesome Mahi..I cant stop drooling..slurp slurp..:)

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  46. beautiful looking and mout watering chocolate peda

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  47. Mahima .
    Peda with chocolate sounds great though i am not that fond of chocolate will surely try this for my son .. :)
    Pics are mouthwatering

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  48. looks grt.....nice click too mahima..neva tried before...surely give a try soon............

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  49. amaaaazing!!!! I love all the ingredients in it!!

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  50. Wow!!!Mahimaa..I love love this peda..its not only easy to make but also can be loved by everyone!Will make this for sure..

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  51. awesome Peda Mahimaa.....slurp...slurp....slurp!!!!

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  52. Beautiful clicks Mahimaa...Pedas look yum...love the addition of marie biscuit....sounds great.

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  53. very nice pedas .. that too with chocolate .. i am fond of chocolates .. will try this ... thanks .......

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  54. Wow,lovely pic and delicious peda.The recipe is very new to me.I too sometime use ovaltine/cocoa mix/choco horlicks in some sweet dishes.Cannot believe these are guilt free

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  55. I'm not a sweet lover Mahi, but your pineapple kesari made me try it and so does your pedas... will let you know how they came out :-)

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  56. How creative, Mahimaa. I can't eat that because of the milk powder, but if only I could lay my hands on soy milk powder somewhere I'd just love to try it.

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  57. Great dish Mahimaa. On leave now Mahimaa and so can access ur blog. Great blog and so much variety will try some dishes while here.

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  58. girl, you are rocking with your 15 min recipes! I will soon send one.. Chocolate peda looks gorgeous!

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  59. beautiful pics.. love the recipe..:-)

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  60. thank you so much friends.. try it and let me know.

    Vandana, I am glad you were able to access my blog now!

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  61. i am going to try this out...too simple to resist...

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  62. Dear, I've tried this..it came out so good..I'm planning to post it in my blog today..when you get time..do drop in at my blog..
    (nithubala-recipes.blogspot.com)

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  63. Have to, Have to ,make this ;-)

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