Chocolate Bliss Balls Thermomix



Chocolate bliss balls, a quick and easy sugar free low fructose snack, have them ready in 10 mins.

Most bliss ball recipes floating around on the internet usually contain dates which are high in fructose,not these Chocolate Bliss Balls they are low in fructose have no added sweetener, you can make them in a Thermomix or any food processor, a quick and easy snack!


I was going to the footy and wanted something healthy to take with me so I threw some ingredients together and they worked first time, doesn’t always happen. As you would be well aware by now I don’t eat sugar unless its a healthy low fructose sweetener such as rice malt syrup and eat that in moderation as well, considering I use to be a chocoholic I ate it every day, so if you think you cant quit sugar trust me if I can you can.


These chocolate bliss balls are packed full of nutrition they contain pumpkin, mixed berries, coconut butter, coconut, cacao and hemp seeds.

Did you know that hemp seeds are one of the best sources of easily digestable plant protien above all nuts seeds and plants (apart from spirulina)? If you are a vegetarian they are a great source.

If you are a sweet tooth you probably wont find these very sweet so you can add rice malt sweetener as an option but you are better off without it. Once you quit sugar you will be amazed how sweet veggies like pumpkin and sweet potato taste.

You can coat these bliss balls in 

  1. buckinis (activated buckwheat groats)
  2. coconut
  3. cacao

I like the crunch of the buckinins, but they taste just as good if you eat them plain.

Here is the recipe for Chocolate Bliss Balls that you can make in the thermomix or food processor.



10 mins/10 mins

Author: The Easy Healthy Way
Recipe type: snack
Serves: 14
  • 3 TBS coconut butter
  • ⅓ cup pumpkin puree
  • ⅔ cup desicated organic coconut
  • 2 TBS cacao
  • 1 TBS hemp seeds
  • ⅓ cup frozen mixed berries
  • Coatings (optional)
  • buckinis
  • coconut
  • cacao
  1. Put all ingredients into food processor (except coating if using)and blend until mixture forms a dough like consistency.
  2. Use a teaspoon to roll mixture into small balls, put into a container in a single layer and keep in the fridge or freezer.
  3. Thermomix Instructions
  4. Put all ingredients into bowl (except coating if using) and mix on speed 6 until combined to a dough like consistency.
  5. Use a teaspoon to roll mixture into small balls, put into a container in a single layer and keep in the fridge or freezer.
If you dont find these sweet enough you can add 1 to 2 TBS of Rice Malt Syrup.
No coconut butter substitute with a nut or seed butter (note, I have not tried this)

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