Lemon Bliss Ball

Lemon Bliss Balls

  • Servings: 16 Bliss Balls
  • Difficulty: easy
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You know I'm a sucker for anything citrus so here is another tasty Lemon recipe. A perfect grab-and-go snack and a great lunchbox option for the kids.

Our tree is still bursting with lemons so I thought I’d create another recipe full of lemon-y goodness.

These bliss balls make the perfect healthy and tasty snack. They are free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar and are also low carb. This delicious recipe combines two of my favourite ingredients – a tasty blend of creamy coconut and zesty lemon and coconut. These Bliss Balls are a super simple easy to make no bake recipe. It literally involves placing all ingredients into a blender and rolling them into balls – Easy peasy!!

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These raw bliss balls are such a good snack to have on hand. Especially when you are super busy and don’t have time to make a healthy snack and a great alternative to store-bought processed snacks. They are also a great edition to a kids lunchbox. Stella adores these and also enjoys making them with me. She loves helping me roll them into balls. The only difficult part is ensuring she’s not eating as she goes (but same applies to me too….).

I also added doTERRA lemon essential oil to these bliss balls. This addition is optional but it really takes the flavour to the next level – really amplifying the lemon-y goodness!

The lemon bliss balls freeze well, making them even easier to grab and go – that’s if you manage to keep some aside for the freezer. I actually like them straight from the freezer too. A perfect grab-and-go snack.

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do. These bliss balls are definitely a fave in our household. Please let me know if you try these in the comments below or tag me on on Facebook, or Instagram. I love seeing all the recipe recreations.  Additionally, if you would like to subscribe to my recipe blog, you can sign up below.

If you are as much of a fan of lemon recipes as we are, check out my other recipes containing lemons – Raw Lemon Slice, Lemon Slice, and Lemon & Coconut Slice.

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Bridge xx

P.S. If you would like to find out more about essential oils, please contact me.  We also hold “foodie workshops” where we demonstrate how you can incorporate these amazing oils into your kitchen.  In addition to our popular introductory workshops.

P.S.S If you would like some to discuss your health goals I would love to work with you one-on-one.  I practice a holistic approach where I consider your individual needs related to health in terms of both nutrition and aspects of your lifestyle.  We can work together and look at how all parts of your life affect your health and make sustainable changes that improve your health and happiness. Find out more

Ingredients

  • 1/2 c cashews
  • 1/2 c almonds
  • 5x dates (soaked for 10mins)
  • 1/2 c + 2T unsweetened coconut
  • Zest & juice of 1 lemon
  • 1 t pure vanilla extract
  • 12x drops of doTERRA lemon essential oil (optional)
  • 1 T maple syrup (optional – depends how sweet you like them)
  • Extra coconut for rolling

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Directions

  1. Add cashew and almonds to a blender and mix
  2. Add coconut to blender
  3. Add remaining ingredients to the blender
  4. Roll in balls (I made 16 balls)
  5. Roll in coconut to cover

Notes: *Use organic ingredients when possible. *Use activated nuts if possible. *I used a Vitamix blender but any good blender would work. *The doTERRA lemon essential oil is optional but takes the lemon-y goodness to the next level. It really amplify’s the flavour. *I included an option to add malple syrup.  I do not add maple syrup but if you like your bliss balls slightly sweeter, you may want to add this to the recipe. *You can store the bliss balls in the fridge for up to 5 days or they can be frozen for up to 3 months.

Enjoy x

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