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Amazeballs bliss balls

Amazeballs Bliss Balls

I like to call these amazeballs because they are really good for you. This sort of protein-rich 'baking' can get repetitive and you can get bored of the texture/flavour - just mix them up with different nuts, seeds, fruits or freeze dried powders to give a different flavour.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Servings 4


  • 1/2 cup almonds (or cashew nuts, or walnuts, or a mix of each)
  • 2 Tbsp sesame seeds
  • 1 heaped Tbsp LSA or LSC powder Linseed, sunflower seed and almond powder - or linseed, sunflower seed and chia seed powder
  • 1 cup dried fruit. I use 1/3 cup raisins, 1/3 cup apricots, 1/3 cup prunes (also try dates, mango, cranberries, figs, kiwifruit, etc)
  • 1 Tbsp coconut oil or butter
  • 1 Tbsp liquid honey (optional)
  • 1 heaped tsp freeze dried strawberry powder (optional)


  1. (Optional step). Dry roast the almonds in a 180c degree oven for 4-5 minutes - keep a close eye on them! Add the sesame seeds to the roasting pan for the last two minutes if you are roasting the almonds.

  2. Put roasted almonds, sesame seeds, LSA/LSC and dried fruit in your food processor and pulse until crumbly (this will take a minute or two).

  3. In a small saucepan, or the microwave, melt coconut oil/butter. Add honey (if using). Pour this into the food processor. Pulse until well combined.

  4. Take teaspoons of the mixture and shape into balls. 

  5. You can leave the balls plain as they are. Or roll in delicious strawberry powder, more toasted sesame seeds, shaved coconut, cocoa powder, even hundreds & thousands or chocolate sprinkles! Or once chilled, melt a little dark chocolate and drizzle over the top. Have fun and get the kids involved!

Recipe Notes

Chill in a container for 30 minutes before eating. Keep refrigerated and stored in an airtight container. Blissballs will last refrigerated for up to a week, or until eaten, whichever comes first!