Graham Balls

Graham Balls

Sink your teeth into these soft, creamy bites with a chocolate center that is Graham Balls and I’m sure you’ll never have enough!

Just before the school year ends and Ykaie goes into her vacation mode, she had been really crazy about Graham Balls.

It’s an easy recipe that’s made of crushed grahams and condensed milk that’s turned into a munchkin like ball. You can see these being sold everywhere these days.

It’s sold in front of her school at ₱5 a piece and here in our neighborhood at ₱3 a piece. And she buys it whenever she has a chance.

I told her it was very easy to make and that she could make some if she wanted. She told me she does and ask me if we can make some one of these days.

Last friday, after registering for McDonald’s Kiddie Crew, we bought the ingredients for her Graham Balls. She was very excited to make it and was smiling the whole time on our way home.

Come Saturday morning, Ykaie woke up early — so excited to make her Graham Balls! I helped her mix her crushed grahams with condensed milk and found some blue sprinkles she can use.

She worked really hard into shaping it into a ball and dusting it with graham powder and blue sprinkles. (and having some taste tests on the side) Okay.. I helped a little…

She was very proud of the finished product and kept it in the fridge to chill. When her daddy arrived at lunch time, she told him that she made our dessert for the day.

peanutbutter didn’t know about Graham Balls until last saturday even though it’s being sold everywhere. He thought it was really good and raved about Ykaie’s Graham Balls. Ykaie was beaming!

Now, she wants to bake Red Velvet Muffin as our next recipe project.


Ykaie’s Graham Balls

  • Author: Peachy Adarne


  • 3 cups crushed graham (+ 2 tbsp for dusting)
  • 1 cup condensed milk (+ a little bit more if needed)
  • chocolate candies or marshmallows for filling
  • mini-marshmallows, sprinkles, or colored sugar for garnish


  1. Combine crushed grahams and condensed milk. Blend well. Make sure it’s not too wet nor too dry.
  2. Add a bit more crushed grahams if it’s wet and a bit more condensed milk if its too dry.
  3. Graham condensed milk mixture must have the texture and consistency of a well-kneaded clay.
  4. Shape mixture into one inch balls and put a piece of chocolate candy or marshmallow inside.
  5. Roll the balls in crushed garhams, sprinkles, mini- marshmallows or colored sugar to finish.
  6. Chill before serving.

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83 Responses

  1. Sakto, looking for a Graham Balls recipe. My daughter’s egging me to buy the ingredients so we could make some, too. Nakita niya kasi ito sa isang TV commercial. 🙂

  2. My daughter LOVES cooking. She is always looking for tasty recipes to try. She will love this, especially since I got a huge box of Graham Crackers.

  3. I used to make these and sell them. Napansin ko, kelangan mag work ng mabilis kasi natutuyo agad yung mixture. Kaya ako, konti, konti ang ginagawa ko. I use big marshmallows and cover it with the graham-milk mixture then dust. Did you experience the same?

  4. These are cute graham balls parang I don’t like to eat tuloy. I didn’t know that this stuff is tinitinda pala.

  5. These sound absolutely delicious to me–I love graham crackers and almost also have a package of them in the apartment to munch on. I really have to attempt to make these!!

  6. This recipe looks simple but delicious for kids! My daughter loves to bake and cook, so we will have to give these a try. She adores sprinkles so these should be perfect for her!

  7. Oh my goodness, I’ve never heard of these, but you had me at condensed milk! They look delicious, too bad I’ve been dieting for 3 months now, so I’ll have to wait to make them later in the year!

  8. Wow! This looks delicious. 🙂 Makes me want to try this one. Oh, I’ll let my friend (who loves cooking and baking) read this and for sure, she’ll never hesitate to try this. 🙂

  9. Now look at that little cutie all kinds of proud of herself as she should be. My gramma taught me how to bake bread and make spaghetti at her age and I was darn proud too! Those really look yummy! I’ll take one of each please!

  10. My grade school daughter also loves making graham balls, the finished products are so nice to look at. My daughter even tried different garnishings to make it looks more yummy and colorful.

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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