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    Default Bliss balls?

    Does anyone have a great recipe for some yummy bliss balls?

    I think I might have a go at making some today.

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    Cherry ripe balls?

    (Milk arrowroot biscuits, glace cherries, condensed milk, coconut, rolled into balls and as an option dipped in chocolate)

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    Thanks for the reply but I was looking for something a bit healthier with the least amount of sugar. More along the lines of a paleo type recipe.

    I'm thinking nuts, seeds, dates, that kind of thing.

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    Almonds, lime juice, honey, shredded coconut and vanilla extract. Not sure if that's oaleo but it's yummy!

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    I have this recipe I was going to try but haven't got around to it

    Nut Free Bliss Balls
    1 cup (150g) dates, seeds removed
    1 cup (150g) dried apricots
    1 cup (100g) rolled oats or desicatted coconut
    1 tablespoon (20g) tahini
    2 teaspoons cocoa or cacao
    1/4 cup coconut for rolling the balls in.
    Throw all ingredients into your blender, process until it all comes together, shape into balls, roll in coconut.
    Last edited by WiseOldOwl; 06-01-2015 at 10:30.

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    also check out pinterest. Loads of recipes there. The one I use is very similar to WOO's above. I play around, omit the tanini- use peanut butter instead, omit the cacao powder - use lemon juice, add cacao and orange juice for a Jaffa flavour, omit half the oats and use pepita/pumpkin seeds. As long as the mixture comes together and is sticky enough to roll into balls and then in coconut, then its okay.

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    I don't really know what paleo is but I have made these lots of times and they are delicious!

    http://shemakesmagic.com/raw-vegan-brownie-bliss-balls/

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    I just made some choc protein balls, they are yum and very easy.

    Just put 10 dates, 1/2 cup protein powder, 1/4 cup cacao and 4 tablespoons of coconut oil in a food processor. Blitz till all comes together then roll into balls and into dedicated coconut and pop in fridge to set.

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    For my favourites, I don't exactly have a recipe...

    I use dried dates, soak them for about 10 minutes in warm water. Also works with coffee if you'd like that.
    Drain dates, reserve liquid.
    Put some soft nuts in the food processor. I prefer walnuts.
    Add dates, and enough liquid to get a good consistency.
    Add cocoa.
    Roll into balls and coat in dessicated coconut.
    Store in the freezer.


 

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