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Recipe: Chewy Chocolate Balls

Recipe: Chewy Chocolate Balls

Chewy Chocolate Balls 

If you want a healthy bliss balls that taste just like chocolate, then this one is certainly the winner. This is super easy to make and only has 5 ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to make.


1 cup of pitted dates

1/2 cup raw almonds

2 1/2 scoops of Gold Standard Chocolate Protein powder (you can use any brand you like)

2 tablespoons of raw cocoa (use a good quality brand to get the best flavour)

Desiccated coconut to roll balls in.

Water if needed to make mixture more moist.


Place the almonds into a food processor and blend until smooth (if you prefer chunkier pieces of almonds then blend for less time).

Add the dates, protein powder and raw cocoa into the blended and blend until combined. Slowly add in a little water at a time and blend again, scrapping down the walls of the food processor.  

Once mixture feels and looks quite gooey then this is the perfect consistency. 

Using a tablespoon, scoop out bite size amounts and roll into balls (the mixture should stick to your hands) roll through desiccated coconut which will stop the balls from sticking. 

Place into freezer for atleast 60 minutes and enjoy straight from the freezer, these balls should be chewy and chocolatey.



Fats: 4.8g

Protein: 8g

Carbs: 15g

Calories: 130 



Recipe: Peanut Butter Bliss Balls

Recipe: Peanut Butter Bliss Balls

Peanut Butter Bliss Balls

There are so many different recipe for bliss balls, but this is one of my favourite ones as I LOVE peanut butter! This only requires 4 ingredients and so easy to make. The best thing about healthy bliss balls is getting them packed full of protein and having them for a healthy treat for yourself and also for the kid's lunch boxes. 


1 cup of wholemeal quick oats

3 scoops of Gold Standard Chocolate protein powder (you can use any protein)

1/3 cup Mavvers Peanut Butter (use any natural peanut butter)

2 tablespoons of raw organic honey

Add water as needed (these balls should be sticky but easy to roll)


All you need to do is add all ingredients together in a blender until mixed through, add more water as needed to get the desired texture. You could always add extra honey or peanut butter but be aware these two ingredients are high in calories. 

Take a dessert spoon and scoop out enough to fill the spoon and roll into bite size balls. This recipe will make 10 balls depending on the size.

Store in a container in the fridge or freezer and enjoy.



Fat: 6g

Protein: 11g

Carbs: 11g

Calories: 145 cals