Bliss Balls are pretty much the holy grail. Real satisfaction for your chocolate cravings…without the crappy ingredients or post indulgence guilt!! They are so much fun, & so versatile! Oh, the possibilities from one base Bliss Ball premix
They’re all about making it quick, easy & fun to create your own healthy indulgences or just some good clean snacks – without the need for a food processor or ginormous expensive shopping list! From raw cheesecakes & rocky road to DIY post workout protein bars – Bliss Balls are your go-to base ingredient. Perfect for lunches, snacks, to take on holidays & camping trips, plus you can make healthy handmade gifts in a jiffy…you should have some Bliss Balls on hand at all times!
Here’s how to create 7 of our fave easy Bliss Ball flavours…
Add a shot of espresso or even just ground coffee (a dash of vanilla essence works well in here too, & / or some walnut pieces). Taste as you go to get the coffee strength just right for you). Or follow this Mocha Madness recipe
for a slightly more complex version.
Add some food grade organic peppermint essential oil (approx 15-20 drops for a 750g Bliss Ball bag, be careful & taste as you go – peppermint can be very strong). These taste just like a mint slice biscuit! Or try our Raw Mint Bliss Ball Slice
for a different variation.
Add some food grade organic orange essential oil (approx 60 drops per 750g BallBag). Add some zest too – if you like it. A dash of cinnamon & some vanilla essence are nice additions here.
Snickers / Extra Nutty
Add some crunchy (100% roasted peanut) peanut butter! This has the added bonus of making your Bliss Balls lower in carbs & higher in protein. You can also use almond or macadamia butter if peanuts don’t agree with you. Or try our Pic-Snicker Bar recipe
Rum n Raisin
THE BEST RUMBALLS EVER. Better than even your nanna’s recipe, these are also vegan friendly, pretty much paleo & gluten free. Everyone’s happy & no pre-Christmas stress for Nanna! Search ‘Rum Balls’ in our recipe section.
Choc Cheescake Balls
Instead of coconut oil, use cream cheese as your binder. Choc cheesecake. Not vegan, not dairy free…but very yummy if you’re ok with dairy.
Just add some more of your choice of protein powder, plus a teeny bit of water if it becomes too dry. Vanilla, choc, coconut, natural or berry flavours all work well with the choc base.