4 Ingredient No Blend Bliss Balls

No Blend Bliss Balls (1 of 1)

I saw you today and I would be lying if I said my heart didn’t break.

It took all of my strength to stop the tears from falling.

If only I realised last September when I sat across from your table as you ate your lunch and we chatted about the things we always chat about: the kids, books, the weather. That it would be the last time.

If only I had realised as I held your arm as we walked across the road that this would be the last time. 

If only I knew, perhaps I would have focussed a little harder. Perhaps I would have done something to ensure those moments were a little more magical, that they were engrained a little more deeply into my heart and into my mind.

I’m so sorry that you are going through this. That you are feeling as you are feeling.

You have given and you have loved and you have taught so much. I hope you are feeling all the love, all the gratitude and all the care that is bestowed on you now.

I am wishing you peace and wishing you whatever it is that your heart and mind desire.

Loving and missing you always.


4 Ingredient No Blend Bliss Balls

  • 1/4 cup honey*
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter (for the nut free version click here)
  • 1 tablespoon cacao or cocoa
  • 1 cup desiccated coconut
  1. Place the honey and nut butter into a bowl and mix to combine.
  2. Add the cacao or cocoa mix to combine.
  3. Add the coconut and mix until well combined.
  4. Use your hands to roll the mixture into balls.
  5. Place in the fridge to set.

*you can use rice malt syrup if you prefer.

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  • astaaria

    Thank you for this recipe! I have been trying to find a simple one without dates, going to have a go at making these tonight.

  • Hazel

    Just made these tonight & wow, they are amazing! Thank you for the recipe!

    • Thank YOU for the feedback! I am glad you enjoyed them! xx

  • What is desiccated coconut? This recipe sounds amazing.

    • Thank you. It is dried, unsweetened, finely shredded coconut. I hope this helps. x

  • Alex Sampson

    Peanut butter mixed with cocoa is my favourite quick treat. I never thought od adding dessicated coconut! I will now. Yum!!

  • Saci devi

    I used a mixture of walnut tahini and sesame seed hulled tahini and carob and I made them in the form of small cookies and they become the most amazing thing I have tased recently. We can’t get enough of them as I am constantly preparing a new batch :)))))

  • Alex Sampson

    Today I have been feeling rather down and vulnerable. I made these. I feel much happier now. Thank you xx

    • That is great Alex. A little time in the kitchen is always good for my soul. I am glad they have brightened your day. x

  • Hayley P

    I think these need to come with a warning. They are addictive. We have been looking for a no fructose bliss ball, using the rice malt syrup. They are amazing, thank you for this recipe.

    • Thank YOU!!!! I really appreciate the feedback and I am glad they have been enjoyed. I have a few more that are of a similar style so I will be sure to share them – I would love to know what you think! Have a great day. Bianca. x

  • Amanda Jess

    These are soo yummy and quick to make! Thanks for recipes. 🙂

    • Thank YOU for the feedback!! I am glad you enjoyed the recipe. xxx

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  • christine robinson

    what is nut butter

  • Rebecca

    Just made these – delicious! Like Summer Roll in a ball…! Just what I need after a long week 🙂

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  • Nat Larkins

    Made these with rice malt and carob, amazing. Actually think I like the carob better than cacao.

    • Perfect!!! Thank YOU for the subs and feedback Nat, I am glad you enjoyed them. x

  • Jess Campbell

    Yum! Great recipe! Perfect for an after the kids have gone to bed treat! ????

    • Thank YOU so much!!! I am glad you like them. x

  • Tracey

    The recipe sounds lovely but it is your writting that always hits me the hardest… you have such a powerful, emotive way of writting and your stories often move me to tears or choke me up… a moving rminder to cherish every moment especially with the peoplewe cherish most x

    • Thank YOU! I really appreciate you taking the time to read the things I write and for giving your feedback. Have a great day. xxx

  • Stephanie Ou-Young

    Loved these even more than the cookie dough bliss balls – didn’t think that was possible! Thanks again for your lovely recipes 🙂 (And I’m so sorry to read about your friend.)

    • Thank YOU!! I am glad you enjoyed them!! Keep me posted on how you are going with the recipes. Bianca x

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  • Melony Ward

    Hi there! I am so excited to try your recipe out with a large group of elementary school children. Can you tell me what the yield is for one batch? Thank you!