Chocolate sausage with condensed milk from cookies and nuts

Even a child will cook, a holiday every day! Chocolate sausage with condensed milk from cookies and nuts is a recipe from childhood. This simple and quick-to-prepare dessert looks very similar to smoked sausage - it is loved by adults, but the sausage is especially enthusiastic among children.
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Composition / ingredients

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Nutrients and energy value of the composition of the recipe
By weight of the composition:
Proteins 15 % 12 g
Fats 38 % 31 g
Carbohydrates 47 % 38 g
559 kcal
GI: 22 / 51 / 27

Step-by-step cooking

Cooking time: 8 h 20 min
  1. Step 1:

    Step 1.

    How to make chocolate sausage with condensed milk from cookies and nuts? Prepare the products. Take the most ordinary shortbread cookies, such as "Jubilee", "Tea", "Melted milk". Choose the highest quality, natural oil, without the addition of vegetable fats, corresponding to GOST. Be sure to take it out of the refrigerator in advance, the oil should become soft.

  2. Step 2:

    Step 2.

    Chop the cookies in any way possible — in a blender, chopper, through a meat grinder or with a regular rolling pin, as I did. To do this, put the cookies in a tight plastic bag and beat it well with a rolling pin. Some of the cookies will crumble into crumbs, and some will remain in pieces. Stop at this stage — then there will be an imitation of fat in the sausage on the slice. If the crumb is too homogeneous, this effect will not work.

  3. Step 3:

    Step 3.

    Take a large bowl and pour the crushed cookies into it.

  4. Step 4:

    Step 4.

    Add soft butter to it and mix. At this stage, you will not be able to achieve uniformity, but this is not required.

  5. Step 5:

    Step 5.

    Sift cocoa powder into cookies. Take natural cocoa, a drink like Nesquik will not work. Sifting will make the cocoa more homogeneous, all the lumps will break.

  6. Step 6:

    Step 6.

    Take the nuts and chop them into small pieces. Pre—nuts can be dried in a dry frying pan - they will become crisper and more fragrant. Walnuts are best suited for sausage — they are the softest. But you can put in it any that you like or that are available. Or not use them at all. Sometimes I add peeled sunflower seeds to this sausage.

  7. Step 7:

    Step 7.

    Add nuts to the mass of cookies. Pour condensed milk into it.

  8. Step 8:

    Step 8.

    Mix the mass well. It will not be so easy to do it with a spoon because of the large pieces of cookies, so I mixed everything with my hands.

  9. Step 9:

    Step 9.

    Take the pieces of food wrap and put the chocolate mass in the form of sausages on them. Twist the film, forming dense smooth sausages. Put them in the refrigerator. After an hour, take out and roll the sausages a little on the table so that they become round. The oil will already harden a little, and it will be easy to do this. Put the sausages back in the refrigerator until they are completely frozen. I've been holding all night.

  10. Step 10:

    Step 10.

    Release the finished sausage from the film and roll it in cocoa powder or powdered sugar. Cut it into pieces and serve it to the table. Bon appetit!

One of the most delicious sausages I've cooked. And I cooked a lot of them! I strongly advise you to leave large pieces of cookies — you will get a very realistic slice. And be sure to roll the sausages after a slight hardening of the oil — I used to have the whole sausage was curved, now it will be round.

Choose high-quality, proven condensed milk. Without vegetable fats and food additives. The composition should contain only two ingredients: milk and sugar. As a result, the taste and quality of the finished dish will depend on the quality of condensed milk.

Caloric content of the products possible in the composition of the dish

  • Walnuts - 650   kcal/100g
  • Black Walnut English Walnut - 628   kcal/100g
  • Black Persian Walnut - 651   kcal/100g
  • Walnut oil - 925   kcal/100g
  • Condensed milk with sugar - 324   kcal/100g
  • Butter 82% - 734   kcal/100g
  • Amateur unsalted butter - 709   kcal/100g
  • Unsalted peasant butter - 661   kcal/100g
  • Peasant salted butter - 652   kcal/100g
  • Melted butter - 869   kcal/100g
  • Cocoa powder - 374   kcal/100g
  • Shortbread cookies - 716   kcal/100g

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