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Bliss Balls

Bliss balls are sinfully delicious but also healthy and nutritious.

Bliss Balls are date balls with nuts, coconut and cocoa. My Bliss Balls are based on exclusively natural ingredients. They are vegan, gluten free, free of refined sugar.

Healthy sinful balls packed with nutrition! You can't taste the health!

It is a super energizing snack that is great before or after your workout. Or as a nice snack for the sofa in the evening or if you have guests over for coffee.

They are super easy to make and I have yet to serve them to someone who didn't think they were delicious. Even skeptics of "healthy desserts" aka. my boyfriend's friends :D - they were quickly snatched away! And they didn't believe me when I told them what they contain!

My parents were visiting where I served the delicious balls. There was a little left and they took some home. My mother then tells me afterwards that my father secretly ate them all because he didn't want to share them with her. I couldn't help but laugh. Next time I'll have to make some for my mom on the sly! What nutrients do the delicious Bliss Balls contain?

My Bliss Balls contain i.a. dates which are packed with nutrition. They contain a lot of dietary fiber and as many as 7 different vitamins and 10 minerals. Among other things. A, B and C vitamins, zinc, calcium and iron.

And walnuts, which contain many important and essential omega fatty acids.

If you use cocoa of good quality and which is completely raw and natural, there are many antioxidants in it.

I love to research which nutrients my food contains and I never think about how many calories I eat, but often think about what nutrition I consume and whether it is enough.

Healthy Bliss Balls // Date Balls

For approx. 15 balls


2 dl coconut flour

2 dl walnuts or almonds

20 large dates (preferably medjool, but others will also work. They should preferably be soft and not hard or dry)

1/2 dl raw cocoa powder

A little vanilla powder, oil or seeds from a vanilla pod

Possibly a little plant milk


Mix it all together in a food processor. If the mass is too loose, you can add a little plant milk to allow it to gather. Be careful not to put too much so that they become too greasy and soft.

Now form the balls and if you wish you can roll them in coconut flour, chopped nuts or something else.

Feel free to tag me or share pictures of you making the delicious healthy balls!

Namaste and enjoy from Emely


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