Bliss balls are a superb choice for the afternoon pick-me-up or after dinner sweet treat.
Bliss balls are full of fibre, minerals and vitamins and these bite-size morsels are a good way of incorporating seeds and nuts into your diet. They're dairy-free and refined sugar-free and many are gluten-free too.
Bliss balls pack and travel well and because they taste amazing - natural sugars from date and honey will satisfy any sweet tooth - kids love them too. Pack them in the school lunchbox to help sustain kids' energy levels. Freeze them for longer storage and enjoy them staight from the freezer for a cool treat.
Mix and match nuts and seeds, and healthy ingredients such as coconut, dried fruit, chia, and cacao nibs. Be sure to use quality ingredients to ensure you're getting the best out of your bliss balls.
Here are our favourite recipes to get you started on your journey to bliss.
Date and coconut balls
Boost your energy with these Date and coconut balls from Viva's Angela Casley.
Orange, date, coconut, seed and honey balls
This recipe uses natural sugars from dates and honey to achieve something delicious that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
LSA (Linseed, sunflower and almond) balls
LSA, a unique combination of finely ground linseed, sunflower seeds and almonds, has amazing health benefits - and these LSA balls are tasty too!
Superfood chocolate energy balls
You can't go wrong with these Superfood chocolate energy balls.The caramel-like taste of the medjool dates mixed with the rich cacao and the nuttiness from the almonds and walnuts blend together to make the most divine raw bites of chocolate-fudgy goodness.
Fruit and vanilla snack balls
These Fruit and vanilla snack balls make great pick-me-ups, keep well and pack well in the lunchbox.
Cocoa and chia bliss balls
Sweetened only with dates, these natural bursts of cocoa are a filling, tasty, fun snack. These Cocoa and chia bliss balls also make the perfect sweet treat for after dinner.
All natural ingredients, these Brain balls are bound to give you a boost.