A Quick Delicacy Fit for Kings! Just Nuts and Condensed Milk, No Pastries

In the world of sweets and desserts, simplicity often takes the cake. And when it comes to creating a delightful treat that’s both quick to make and utterly scrumptious, you can’t go wrong with walnuts and condensed milk. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of crafting these bite-sized delights, enriched with the golden touch of kandurin (golden glitter). Get ready to indulge in a taste of royalty!

Ingredients You’ll Need

Before we dive into the delightful recipe, let’s gather the ingredients you’ll require:

  1. 3.5 ounces (100 g) of walnuts
  2. 14 ounces (400 g) of condensed milk
  3. Some vegetable oil
  4. 0.7 ounces (20 g) of nuts
  5. Edible golden glitter

The Beginning: Preparing the Walnuts

Our journey begins with the humble walnut. Take about 100 grams of walnuts and give them a rough chop with a knife. The aim here is to create smaller pieces without turning them into fine dust. Once you’ve done that, place them in a bowl, and we’re ready to move forward.

Sweetening the Deal: Condensed Milk Magic

Now, it’s time to add the creamy sweetness. Pour approximately 400 grams of condensed milk into the same bowl with the chopped walnuts. At this point, you’ll have a tempting mixture that already looks good enough to eat. But hold on, we’re not quite there yet.

Resist the urge to indulge in the raw mixture. It might be incredibly sweet, but we’re going for something even better.

Mixing to Perfection

To bring these two delightful ingredients together, reach for a mixer. Give the mixture a nice, gentle mix and toss, ensuring that the walnuts and condensed milk are thoroughly combined. Once you’re satisfied with the blend, it’s time to let it chill.

Pop the bowl into the refrigerator, and while it rests, let’s prepare for the next step.

Roll ‘Em Up: Creating Bite-Sized Balls

For this part of the process, you’ll need a dinner plate and some vegetable oil. Before you begin, make sure your hands are clean. To ensure easy rolling, you’ll want your hands lightly oiled.

Retrieve the chilled mixture from the fridge and start rolling it into bite-sized balls. Remember, the goal is to create delectable, one-bite wonders that are as delightful to look at as they are to savor.

The Chocolate Touch

To elevate these walnut and condensed milk delights, we’re adding a touch of chocolate. Melt about 100 grams of chocolate. While the image shows a glass bowl over a pot of heated water for a gentle melt, you can use your preferred method as long as it achieves the same result.

With a fork and a gentle hand, begin dipping and coating each walnut and condensed milk ball into the melted chocolate. The chocolate coating will not only add a layer of flavor but also create a beautiful visual contrast.

Continue this process until each ball is generously coated in chocolate, and you’ll soon have a tempting batch ready to share with friends and family.

Adding a Nutty Finish

In a final delightful twist, add even more nuts to the equation. Yes, more nuts! These will serve as the outer coating and provide a delightful crunch.

Take approximately 20 grams of chopped nuts and lightly sprinkle them on top of the chocolate-coated walnut and condensed milk balls. This extra layer of nutty goodness will take your homemade delicacies to the next level.

A Touch of Royalty: Golden Glitter

And because there’s no harm in being a little extra, especially during the holidays, here’s the royal touch – golden glitter. Sprinkle some kandurin (golden glitter) on top of your walnut and condensed milk treats for that touch of extravagance that makes them fit for kings and queens.


In just a few easy steps, you’ve created a delectable delicacy that’s sure to impress. These walnut and condensed milk delights are not only visually appealing but also incredibly flavorful. Share them with loved ones during special occasions or simply treat yourself to a taste of indulgence.


  1. Can I use other nuts instead of walnuts? Absolutely! You can experiment with various nuts like almonds, cashews, or pistachios to create unique flavors.
  2. How long do these treats stay fresh? When stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator, they can stay fresh for up to a week.
  3. Can I use dark chocolate instead of milk chocolate? Certainly! Dark chocolate can provide a rich and slightly bitter contrast to the sweetness of the condensed milk.
  4. What’s the purpose of vegetable oil in this recipe? Vegetable oil is used to lightly grease your hands, making it easier to roll the mixture into balls without sticking.
  5. Where can I find kandurin (golden glitter)? You can often find kandurin in specialty baking supply stores or online. It’s a fun addition for adding a touch of elegance to desserts.

Indulge in the luxury of these homemade delights, and remember to share the joy with your loved ones. After all, the best recipes are the ones made with love and a sprinkle of magic. Enjoy!

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