I already have about all shapes and sizes of Bliss Balls at the Foodie-ness blog. For this recipe, I was actually making healthy muesli cookies. However, while I was making the cookies, I thought: why bake this if the no-bake is super tasty too and I can also make no-bake cookie dough balls? Well, that’s exactly what it has become and I can say, this is so good!
Every time I open the cookie jar, a wonderful scent comes out (sorry, you really have to try this no-bake cookie dough balls to believe this ;-)). And after every bite you understand what I’m talking about.
For this recipe I used coconut sugar and I can hear you think: that’s not healthy, is it? And no, it’s not healthy. However, coconut sugar has a lower glycemic index if you compare it to regular sugar (35 vs 60) and in addition, the nectar of the blossom is not heated so all the vitamins and minerals remain present. As a result, coconut sugar is not yet healthy, but it’s better than regular sugar.
These no-bake cookie dough balls are super easy to keep in your freezer and take with you as a delicious snack. Enjoy!
- 100 g coconut sugar
- 2 tbsp almond milk
- 3 tbsp coconut oil
- 2 tbsp cocoa
- 50 g cocoa nibs
- 200 g oatmeal
- 50 g peanut butter
- pinch of salt
- 3 tbsp shredded coconut
MACRONUTRIENTS PER BLISS BALL
- Energy: 196,7 kcal
- Carbs: 18,1 g
- Protein: 3,6 g
- Fat: 11,9 g
- Fiber: 3,5 g
- Place a baking paper on the baking tray.
- Put the coocnut sugar, almond milk, cocoa and coconut oil in a saucepan and bring to gentle boil.
- Remove from heat and add peanut butter, oatmeal and cacoa nibs, salt and shredded coconut.
- Stir the batter with a spoon or use your hands to make small balls of it. Place it on the baking tray.
- Let the small balls come to room temperature or put them in the freezer to keep them longer. Enjoy!