Peanut butter bliss balls

Peanut Butter Bliss Balls + Other Simple Energy Ball Variations

May, 09, 2020
(Last Updated On: May 9, 2020)

I have to be honest with you, energy balls, especially peanut butter bliss balls are my ultimate favourite snack and I can’t believe I haven’t shared my recipe with you sooner. They really are the ultimate snack for a number of reasons; they’re portable, healthy and simply delicious.

Bliss balls so versatile- you can apply the base recipe to so many different flavour combinations such as chocolate, coconut, chai, lemon, chocolate orange…the list goes on. They’re perfect as they carry well for when you need a snack while travelling, they contain healthy fats, protein, natural sugar and carbohydrates to give you the perfect energy boost without spiking your blood sugar levels and did I already mention they taste amazing!?

They are ideal for making at the start of the week and keeping in your freezer for when you need a mid-morning healthy snack or to make pre-travel for when your body demands something sweet. Here is my go-to recipe for my favourite peanut butter bliss balls along with three other simple energy ball variations which I love to make over and over again.

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The peanut butter bliss balls are the perfect snack to keep you sustained and nourished while you work from home and travel. They make the perfect plane snack, road trip treat or mid-morning desk break. They also only take 20 minutes to make.

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This variation uses the same base ingredients as above, almonds and dates with the addition of chocolate and coconut to change the flavour a little for that perfect chocolatey treat. Note that if you don’t have raw cacao powder you can use regular unsweetened cocoa powder too.


Same as above just omit the coconut. These balls are perfect if you want something super gooey and tropical without the chocolate. To add a burst of freshness add 1 tbsp of finely chopped dried pineapple or papaya to make them even more tropical.

Any comments or questions about these bliss ball recipes? Leave them below!

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    May 9, 2020

    I’d love to try the ones covered in cacao!!😋

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