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:
These are my Choc-Hazel Bliss Balls (they taste a bit like Ferrero Rocher!)
Lime and Goji Bliss Ball from Simone at Nourishing Hub.
Mesquite Raw Truffle Ball by Sarah at The Raw Food Mum
Bliss Balls from Iwa at Additive Free Bites.
Magic Maca Balls from Rebecca Mugridge
These balls are a fantastic way to get your ‘mojo’ back in the bedroom!
Fig and Macadamia Balls from Collette at Cut out the Crap
Apple and Cinnamon Bliss Balls from Brenda at Brenda Janschek Health and Lifestyle.
Raw Cookie Dough Balls from foods-kool girls on the Naughty Naturopath Mum blog.
Chia Coconut Bites from Jodi at Hot Pink Chilli
Strawberry Ripe Balls from Jane at Marinya Cottage Kitchen.
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