By Lauren DeCesare

I always have at least one kind of these balls in my fridge – I love them so much. One as wide as a 20cent piece is about 60 calories. They are great for helping with sugar cravings in the afternoon.

Lauren x

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 Apricot Bliss Balls

INGREDIENTS:

Apricot

1 cup apricots

1 cup oats

½ cup almonds

¼ cup sunflower seeds

½ cup of coconut

2 x tsp mixed spice

2 x dsp nut paste – organic peanut butter/ cashew/ brazil nut paste

2 x dsp tahini

2 or 3 spoons tsp of honey – up to you how sweet you like it

2 or 3 spoons tsp of coconut oil

Choc Bliss Balls

INGREDIENTS:

1 cup dates or use sultanas as they have slightly less carbs.

1 cup oats

½ cup almonds

¼ cup flaxseeds/ pepitas

2 x dsp organic cacao

2 x dsp nut paste – organic peanut butter/ cashew/ brazil nut paste

2 x dsp tahini

2 or 3 spoons tsp of honey – up to you how sweet you like it

2 or 3 spoons tsp of coconut oil

Cranberry and Gogi Bliss Balls 

INGREDIENTS:

¾ cup dried cranberries

¼ cup of gogies

1 cup oats

½ cup almonds

¼ cup sunflower seeds

2 x dsp organic cacao

2 x dsp nut paste – organic peanut butter/ cashew/ brazil nut paste

2xdsp tahini

2 or 3 spoons tsp of honey – up to you how sweet you like it

2 or 3 spoons tsp of coconut oil

 

METHOD:

Blitz all dry ingredients in the food processor, then add wet ingredients.

Roll into balls, wide as a 20 cent piece.

Then you can roll in coconut, cacao or chia seeds. Refrigerate for a few hours to set and then they will last for a while – unless you eat them all!!

Enjoy x

If you’re looking for more healthy desserts, try our Healthy Caramel Slice Recipe by Australian Institute of Fitness.

Hayley Pearson

Hayley Pearson

Co-Creator and Writer for Adelady, she still gets goosebumps that she’s combined her creative passion with sharing the best of her stunning home state.

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