These simple to make Raspberry Bliss Balls are an excellent healthy snack for post workout, afternoon dips in energy or after school snacks. Naturally gluten and dairy free and packed with vitamins, minerals and fibre.
Free From - gluten and dairy
Bliss Ball, easy, Free From, health, seasonal fruit, simple, Vegan
Servings: 12 balls
Calories: 96 kcal
golden caster sugar
or leave out if you wanted refined sugar free
see notes for other ideas
Add the raspberries, ground almonds and cashews to your blender and pulse until the cashews have been broken down.
The mixture will be quite wet at this stage, don’t worry. Add the buckwheat flour and sugar if you plan to use it and continue to pulse.
The mixture should now come together in one large ball, this means it’s ready to roll.
Take large marble-sized pieces of bliss ball mixture and roll in the palms of your hands, there no escaping it, you will get messy.
Depending on the size of your balls you should easily get 12 bliss balls.
Once all 12 have been rolled drop each one individually into a bowl of fine desiccated coconut and roll to coat, place on a plate and repeat until all balls are coated.
Pop the plate into the fridge for 1 hour to allow the bliss balls to harden a little. These balls will not go solid as there is no added fat so they will remain soft to the bite.
Other decoration ideas are to roll your bliss balls in a freeze/air dried fruit powder or for a special treat why not coat in dark chocolate. 100g of 70% dark dairy free chocolate will be enough to cover all 12 balls.
Raspberry Bliss Balls
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 63
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 1g5%
Vitamin C 2mg2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.