Good Food Balls
Nat Kringoudis is a big fan of balls. All kinds of nutrition-packed balls. But for all the fabulous recipes out there, she often just throws some good looking ingredients in her thermo mixer and wings it. She tells us she's yet to make a bad batch. But with this combo of ingredients she really wowed herself, and us too! They are incredibly yummy... good luck stopping at just one!
Recipe Tester Feedback: "I'm currently nursing a little one and these balls have been a lifesaver. I can eat breakfast with one hand! (And they are delicious!)" - Julia
No: Gluten / Dairy / Egg
Preparation Time 10 minutes
Cooking Time Allow to set
Serves 50 small bite-sized balls as pictured or 20 big bliss balls
Can be frozen
- almonds - 140g
- dates - 170g, Medjool, seeds removed
- cacao butter - 110g
- coconut - 75g, shredded
- honey - 15g
- protein powder - 1/2 cup (weight will vary between brands)
- cacao powder - 25g
- chia seeds - 15g
- Place almonds (140g), dates (170g), cacao butter (110g), coconut (75g), honey (15g), protein powder (1/2 cup), cacao (25g) and chia seeds (15g) into bowl.
- Program 1 minute / Speed 9. You want it to be a nice consistency that you can roll together and make small balls. If it needs more moisture, simply add a tablespoon of water until it is the right consistency.
- Roll into balls of the size you prefer. Refrigerate.