A while ago I made the red velvet bliss balls again and it inspired me to make another recipe for sweet bliss balls, adding up to your veggie intake. I love how bliss balls are really easy to make, easy to vary in taste, easy to bring along (I never leave the house without a good homemade snack by my side) and easy when it comes to keep control on the calories. After I shared a preview of these Carolina carrot cake bliss balls on the Foodie-ness Instagram stories, you guys got just as excited as I am.. so here it is: I proudly present to you the recipe 😉
Do you love the taste and smell or carrot cake? Good! Keep that in mind and get your carrot cake bliss balls party started, because this will be even better! Did I already say low-kcal? Well there you go, counts only 75 kcal!
– 6 medjoul dates
– 100 g oats
– 1 tbsp. pumkin spice
– 100 g carrots
– 50 g raisins
– 1 tl. vanilla extract
– coconut flakes
MACRONUTRIËNTEN (PER BLISS BALL)
- Energy: 75 kcal
- Carbs: 14,7 g
- Protein: 1,8 g
- Fat: 0,7 g
- Fibres: 1,9 g
- Put the dates in a bowl and cover with warm water.
- Meanwhile put the carrots in a kitchen machine or blender to mix into tiny pieces.
- Then add the soaked dates, raisins, oats, pumkin spice and vanilla, and mix to a whole.
- Now you can make balls of the mixture with your hands. Roll the balls through the grated coconut and place them on a plate.
- Put the carrot cake bliss balls in the fridge to let them stiffen up a little. Have a ball as a yummy, fast and very nutritious snack!
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