MOCHA BLISS BALLS

Ingredients for MOCHA BLISS BALLS

Yield: 300g
Yield: 600g
Medjool Dates, Pitted
200g
400g
Cashews, Roasted, Unsalted
60g
120g
Cocoa, Powder
20g
40g
Coconut, Desiccated
15g
30g
Coffee, Powder
5g
10g
    
METHOD:
1. Chop nuts finely.
2. Chop dates.
3. Weigh all ingredients into a food processor (sift cocoa if required).
4. Process until combined.
5. Roll into balls by hand.
6. Place bliss balls into an airtight container and store in the pantry (up to a week), refrigerator (several weeks) or freezer (several months).
 
NOTES:
  • 300g makes 6 x Large (50g) or 12 x Medium (25g) or 30 x Mini Bliss Balls (10g) and fills a 2-cup capacity jar (i.e. pint/500ml);
  • 600g makes 12 x Large (50g) or 24 x Medium (25g) or 60 x Mini Bliss Balls (10g) and fills a 4-cup capacity jar (i.e. quart/1L).
 

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