You can enjoy these little flavourful bites as a snack, a healthier treat or even add them into your morning porridge or afternoon chia pudding like I do sometimes. These are not as gooey as for example my chocolatey Snackbites of the Gods, so you can easily have a couple of them at any time of the day without ending up too overwhelmed by the sweetness. With a generous amount of vitamin-rich dried wild blueberry powder full of antioxidants and flavonoids, these bliss balls actually taste a bit like a spiced blueberry & plum pie. In addition to their intriguing taste, these bites are super easy and quick to make with almost no kitchen equipment required; you don’t even need a food processor to reach a perfect result!
Wild blueberry Bliss Balls
makes 12 balls
What you will need:
250g soft juicy prunes (dried plums)
0,5dl almond flour
1tbsp wild blueberry powder (I use Arctic Power Berries)
chia seeds, flaxseeds, hemp hearts for coating
How to do it?
- Mix all your dry ingredients together in a bowl.
- Cut your prunes into thin slices first lengthwise then crosswise. It should become a sticky mess.
- Add your prune pieces into your dry ingredients and start working the dough with your hands. Work until you have a smooth dough and the dry ingredients have been absorbed.
- Split your dough into 12 even pieces and roll the pieces into balls.
- Roll the balls in chia seeds, flaxseeds, hemp hearts or your other preferred topping.
- Refrigerate the bliss balls for at least an hour before serving – they are best enjoyed cold.
Note: you can skip phases 2 & 3 by using a food processor but if you wish to save yourself from removing those sticky fruit pieces every other second from the processor blades, I suggest you just follow the instructions above.