Ginger Fudge Bliss Balls Recipe
I was thinking how on earth do I describe what these ginger fudge bliss balls taste like!! Then I decided you are just going to have to make them yourself and tell me how you would describe them.
All I can tell you is they are a ball of healthy heaven for both the sweet and savoury tooth.
Nut allergies = switch peanut butter for tahini.
Gluten allergies = switch oats for quinoa flakes.
Wheat free, refined sugar free, dairy free. Just whole food goodness in a ball.
Ginger Fudge Bliss Balls:
2/3 cup pitted medjool dates
2 heaped tbs natural peanut butter
2 tbs honey
2 tbs coconut oil, melted
1.5 cup oats
1/2 cup linseed, ground
1/2 tsp ginger powder
High quality mineral salt (himalayan, celtic, pink sea salt)
Pre soak the dates in hot water for at least 10 minutes. Drain the water and rinse the dates in fresh water.
In a high speed blender or food processor, combine the dates, peanut butter and a generous pinch or 2 of the high quality mineral salt. You should have a thick paste. Next add the remaining ingredients and combine until you have a soft ‘fudgie’ dough.
Last of all roll into desire bliss ball sizes and store in a sealed container in the fridge. Too easy!
Enjoy with a cup of tea (my favourite is a cup of green tea with these or you could really up the ginger with a cup of lemon & ginger tea) and don’t forget to comment below how you would describe what they taste like.
You can find out more about the benefits of ginger here in my Ginger superfood profile.
You may also like this Raw Chocolate Recipe . You can break up the chocolate to add to the ginger fudge bliss balls before you roll them into shape to make Choc Ginger Fudge Bliss Balls xx