Bliss Balls (Raw Sugarfree Treats)

Have you ever tried bliss balls? 

Bliss balls are sugarfree, raw, healthy alternatives to all the junk candy out there. Being healthy does NOT mean to do without sweets. Oh no no no. It means eating sweets without feeling guilty 🙂

I make bliss balls around once a week and have a few almost every night. I have my favorites recipes which I make again and again. However, there a tons of other recipes out there. I am just a lazy person so I stick to my simple ones 😉

To make bliss balls all you need is:

Nuts of your choice (I recommend almonds or walnuts)
A little bit of agave syrup

Spice of your choice (I like to use cinnamon and vanilla)
Superfoods of your choice

Add nuts and dates to your food processor and mix until you get a creamy texture (add water or agave syrup or even maple syrup if the texture is too dry). Add spices or cocoa or both. Add superfoods or roll the ready made bliss ball in some powdered super foods.

On the picture above you can see:

Cocoa-peanut-agave syrup bliss balls
Walnut-dates-vanilla-cinnamon bliss balls
Almond-dates bliss balls with the superfood mix Protect from Greenic, matcha, aronia powder, and a blossom blend

You can play around with all your favorite ingredients and make bliss balls with chai spice, pumpkin pie spice, with plums, raisins, or mulberries, all the nuts you like, and different alternatives to sugar. I love my walnuts and almonds and I love dates, cinnamon and vanilla. So thats why the ones I show you here are my favorite ones 🙂

In case you ever tried bliss balls – whats your favorite recipe? I would love to know and to try it too! In case you did not try bliss balls so far, I highly recommend making some and eating them at your next movie night instead of sweets and chips! Its such a delicous and healthy alternative!

Sending much love to all of you!


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  1. Februar 18, 2016 / 11:50 pm

    Great post dear! Wish you a happy weekend 🙂

  2. Februar 19, 2016 / 10:50 am

    I love to cook bliss balls! Your look absolutely amazing and delish! Thanks for sharing and have an amazing day!

  3. Februar 19, 2016 / 12:24 pm

    I'm sure they are really yummy! I havent made them though, but I really love nuts. Too bad they are so extremely expensive out there, especially almonds… Good we have walnuts and some hazelnuts from our parents' garden, we eat them everyday, I mean just a bit every day:) Now I'm thinking about making some vegetable chips:) Have a great weekend,hugs:)))

  4. Februar 19, 2016 / 3:11 pm

    Nee, die kenne ich gar nicht. Bin jetzt aber auch nicht so ein großer Dattelfan, kann also sein, dass ich die demnĂ€chst nicht ausprobieren werde…



  5. Februar 20, 2016 / 5:00 am

    These sound so good! I have been wanting to try out a few recipes like this, but first I must get a food processor!

  6. Februar 20, 2016 / 12:36 pm

    Nice post! It looks really delicious and plus, it's healthier than my usual meals. Thanks for sharing 🙂
    Would you like to follow each other? Let me know in comments:

  7. Februar 21, 2016 / 6:27 am

    So yummy and so healthy! I am trying this!

  8. Februar 21, 2016 / 10:07 am

    Hi my dear friends!!
    I'm finally back!!!
    So much things to do here! 😀
    Too much work, and wedding organisation, but everything is ok!
    I send you a huge hug!
    have a great Sunday!

  9. Februar 22, 2016 / 12:41 pm

    Habe ich tatsĂ€chlich noch nie gegessen. Liest sich aber schon mal ganz gut. Grad, dass sie zuckerfrei sind. Und mit all den NĂŒssen etc. scheint das tatsĂ€chlich ein halbwegs gesunder Snack zu sein. 😉

  10. Februar 24, 2016 / 11:24 pm

    Oooh definitely going to make some of these! I love cinnamon so definitely going to give those ones a try 🙂 xx