Amaze Balls! Ten amazing bliss ball recipes

Posted by on May 22, 2013 in Sweet Treats | 42 comments


AMAZEBALLS!! 10 amazing bliss ball recipes

 

Amazing bliss balls!

Aptly named, as these little balls of flavour are very blissful.

They are fantastic as a healthy alternative to lollies for kids (and big kids).

Bliss balls are great to pop in lunch boxes or to have after dinner if you have a sweet craving.

Just remember that most bliss balls do contain a lot of dried fruit and nuts so are a concentrated form of nutrients.

Try to restrain yourself to one or two.

I put mine in the freezer so I am not tempted, although they do taste good frozen!

Okay, so here are my pick of the best bliss balls around:

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 These are my Choc-Hazel Bliss Balls (they taste a bit like Ferrero Rocher!)

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 Superfood Goji Balls from Kristin at Mamacino.

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Mesquite Raw Truffle Ball by Sarah at The Raw Food Mum

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Bliss Balls from Iwa at Additive Free Bites.

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 Magic Maca Balls from Rebecca Mugridge

These balls are a fantastic way to get your ‘mojo’ back in the bedroom!

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Fig and Macadamia Balls from Collette at Cut out the Crap

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Apple and Cinnamon Bliss Balls from Brenda at Brenda Janschek Health and Lifestyle.

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Raw Cookie Dough Balls from foods-kool girls on the Naughty Naturopath Mum blog.

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Chia Coconut Bites from Jodi at Hot Pink Chilli

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Strawberry Ripe Balls from Jane at Marinya Cottage Kitchen.

Do you have an awesome bliss balls recipe? Please link up with us!

 

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42 Comments

  1. 5-22-2013

    hahaha!!
    Thanks so much Sonia for featuring my magic balls! Teehee :D :D
    What a gorgeous array and I like your freezer tip!!
    Bek XXX
    Author Rebecca Mugridge recently posted…Winter Warmer SoupMy Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      thanks for the magic maca balls Bek – they will be sparking up love lives all over Oz!

  2. 5-22-2013

    Love it!! Thanks for the link-up. FYI I ALWAYS freeze my bliss balls – they are SO good frozen ;)
    Lou recently posted…Sugar alternatives and a warm pumpkin slice (Natvia review)My Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      thanks for adding your yummy balls – frozen is also good in case you forget they are in the fridge (yeah right) ;)

  3. 5-22-2013

    Love it! Here’s my contribution:
    http://julesgalloway.com/dairy-free-apricot-bliss-balls
    I have also been experimenting with a date, cacao, coconut oil and dried blueberry combo which has been awesome…the more superfoods the better, right?
    Jules recently posted…got 5 minutes? try this super healthy snackMy Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      thanks Jules! I love dried blueberry – have you found some without additives?

  4. 5-22-2013

    OOh yummy – some fresh balls to try :O
    They all look delish – what to try first?
    Kirri White recently posted…This one is for the hatersMy Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      fresh balls indeed – I can’t decide either – I do like choccy but the raw lemon ones are making my tastebuds drool

  5. 5-22-2013

    thanks a lot for sharing these……..

    • 5-22-2013

      it’s a pleasure Sapna!

  6. 5-22-2013

    You can run but you can’t hide from the frozen bliss ball! Thanks for the link up. x
    Brenda Janschek recently posted…Can a Life’s Calling Be Easy?My Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      they call my name late at night from the freezer!!! ;)

  7. 5-22-2013

    Oooo la la! You had me at Ferrero Rocher! I’ll be giving each and every one of these a go.

    Sophie xo
    Modern Day Mummying recently posted…What My Naturopath Told Me…My Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      report back with your thoughts Sophie!

  8. 5-22-2013

    I just uploaded a recipe myself! Will have to try some of these and check out some of these great blogs.

    Lots of hemp seeds and some mojo maca powder in my Powerballs.

    http://vegetarian.moderndaymissus.com/blog/healthy-snack-powerballs/

    • 5-22-2013

      Yum Robyn – I just bought hemp seeds the other day but haven’t used them yet, so I will try them out in your recipe. Thanks for linking up with us.

  9. 5-22-2013

    Nom nom nom nom! Totally love the title! You also had me at Ferrero…
    Alisha recently posted…More Manifesting and a Bit of Showing Off Really…My Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      seriously – they do taste like ferrero!! :)

  10. 5-22-2013

    You’re a genius! These all look great – will definitely be trying out a few.
    wendyblume recently posted…The world’s easiest side dish?My Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      let me know what you think – do you have a recipe?

  11. 5-22-2013

    These look absolutely marvellous :)

    • 5-22-2013

      my fave thing to eat (well one of them)

  12. 5-22-2013

    Oh wow, I want to try all of these…yum!!! Thank you for sharing. These are our nut free raw date truffles http://www.marinyacottagekitchen.com/1/post/2013/05/raw-date-truffles.html

    • 5-22-2013

      yum!! thanks for sharing – love your website :)

  13. 5-22-2013

    What a scrummy round up. Thank you!
    And here’s some of ours x
    Date and Orange ~ http://www.hinterlandmama.com/2011/05/healthy-fruit-and-nut-ball-recipe.html …and…
    Some of our family’s healthy snack recipes~ http://www.hinterlandmama.com/2010/09/baking-day.html
    Aleta @ Hinterland Mama recently posted…Night time drawing: part of our evening rhythm to calm and wind down before bedMy Profile

    • 5-22-2013

      thanks for sharing Aleta!

  14. 5-22-2013

    Thankyou all for your contribution..we are doing a 30day challenge at work,this may encourage them to make it a lifestyle change for good!

    • 5-22-2013

      yes!! healthy food is also yummy!

  15. 5-22-2013

    There can never be enough bliss balls!
    Kristin recently posted…How we buy our food and baking the ‘good’ muffins…My Profile

    • 5-23-2013

      my children would agree with you!

  16. 5-22-2013

    there are always bliss balls in our fridge! can’t wait to try some of these new recipes!

    • 5-23-2013

      report back Lisa and let me know how you go :)

  17. 5-23-2013

    Thanks for the tip about putting them in the fridge! Last time I made these I scarfed them in 2 days because they are just too tempting. I think I’ll be making a couple of batches this weekend…

    • 5-24-2013

      yes they are tempting !!! let me know which ones you make Alison :)

  18. 5-27-2013

    Amazeballs indeed! I love anything that is round and resembles chocolate… I’m going to work my way through this list. Here is a recipe from the The Gawler Foundation for almond and fruit truffles, which are so easy to make that I always feel like I’ve missed a step and am pleasantly surprised that they still taste fab:

    http://downtoearthmother.com/2012/11/23/almond-fruit-truffles-by-the-gawler-foundation/

    Thanks Sonia, great post!
    Jo (down to earth mother) recently posted…Should you shop at the supermarket?My Profile

    • 5-27-2013

      Thanks for sharing Jo – will check them out!

  19. 5-28-2013

    Thank you so much for all these recipes. I had been looking everywhere for protein ball recipes, similar to what I found in one of the Boost Juice shops down in Melbourne. Now I am in Bliss Ball heaven! Can’t wait to try these. Thanks again :)

    • 5-28-2013

      yay Deb! If you want protein, be sure to add chia seeds and I also like inca inchi powder from Changing Habits for protein. :)

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    • 11-6-2013

      thanks for sharing Angela :)

  21. 11-6-2013

    Hi, the link for the raw lemon bliss balls is broken? So much wanted that one <3!

    • 11-6-2013

      sorry Rachael, she is no longer blogging :(

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