I make this recipe so often and it’s so easy you could honestly do it with your eyes shut!! Having just made a fresh batch I thought I would share them with you.  There are actually quite a few similar recipes flying around the internet at the moment, so if you don’t like mine, there are lots of other options out there for you.  thermomix healthy bliss balls

Easy, healthy bliss balls
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The easiest healthy snacks to whip up with just about any variation of fruits and nuts you may have in your cupboard.
Recipe type: Thermomix
: Snacks
Serves: 25
  • 50g macadamia nuts
  • 150 raw almonds
  • 10g chia seeds
  • 70g rice malt syrup
  • 120g dried fruits or dates
  • 15g cocoa powder
  • Desiccated coconut for rolling
  1. Add the nuts to the TM bowl and pulse on speed 9-10 for 15 seconds
  2. Add all the other ingredients and mix on speed 8 for 1 minutes.
  3. Roll into balls using your hands and dip into the desiccated coconut until they are completely covered.
  4. Store in the fridge
  5. Enjoy
You can use any combination of fruits and nuts. Bear in mind that very oily nuts like macadamia or cashews should be used in conjunction with some other nuts like almonds in a 1 parts to 3 ratio, otherwise the mixture can be quite oily. Don't worry if it is on the oily side, once they're rolled in coconut and sat in the fridge for a while they will be perfect!


(Oh and sorry if this is too much information but any parents out there with kiddies suffering from constipation – these are the bomb!!!).

What would your favourite ingredients be?
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5 comments on “Easy, healthy bliss balls in the thermomix”

  1. I have a similar recipe and I think its from Bec Mugridge. It is a bit different – Hubby and I love them but the kids not so much. Will have to try yours and see if they will eat them. Might be better for my diet than raiding the kids Easter Eggs!

    Annaleis – Blogs and PR Team Member

  2. This could be my new favourite recipe for my fussy kids – and I would be able to get lots of fruit into them! Great post. A shame I don’t have a thermomix!
    Emily via Blogs and PR TUST 🙂

  3. These are fantastic Robyn – the whole family devoured them. I love your blogs and your website – thanks for taking the time to share your life and your recipes 🙂

  4. This recipe looks fantastic to jazz up school lunches this week!!! Could I substitute the almonds for a nut free option… I have a thermomix so can mill seeds etc if that would work…
    Can’t wait to give it a go 🙂

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