Kaber Ellouz are almond balls from Tunisia. They are made by braiding together 3 pieces of almond dough- one plain, one dyed red, and one dyed green. I used the beet food coloring I posted yesterday for the red dough. I attempted to make green food coloring, but it did not work out so I used store-bought. The braided almond dough is formed into balls and each is rolled in superfine sugar. These were a very easy, no bake dessert. In Tunisia, they are popular for special occasions.
You can make vanilla sugar at home and it is also available in many supermarkets. If you are unable to find it, substitute by adding 2 teaspoons superfine sugar and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract when making the syrup.