Carrot Cake Bliss Balls

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Carrot Cake Bliss Balls 

  • 2 cups desiccated coconut
  • 2 small carrots, quartered (120 grams)
  • 12 medjool dates, seeds removed
  • 1/4 cup raisins
  • 1 tablespoon almond butter
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon concentrated natural vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  1. Place the ingredients into your food processor and blend at high speed until the mixture is broken down and sticking together when pressed.
  2. Use your hands to shape the mixture into balls.
  3. Roll the balls through extra desiccated coconut if desired.
  4. Place in the fridge to set.
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Carrot Cake Bliss Balls
3.5 Based on 123 Review(s)
  • Wendywoo

    I was brought up to think that lunch was definitely savoury, followed by an apple (although at school, we had lovely stodgy puddings and custard!). It’s something that’s stuck with me- I feel really, really “naughty” if I only get something sweet for lunch without anything savoury. Yet I had awful pregnancy sickness, starting “the morning after” until she “was untimely ripped from her mother’s womb” (sorry, Shakespeare, if I misquoted this), and now think that if you can actually fancy and eat something, go for it( NB, all you ladies eating coal, this does not apply to you, go see your doctor! (I kid you not about the coal thing.)) All your sweet things are incredibly healthy, just remember to clean your teeth afterwards and enjoy your Gran/ Grandma meals. xx

    • Thank YOU!!! I use to be like that too but this baby has certainly changed me and to my surprise I quite like it!! However, I am trying not to do it every single day – it is taking some strength! I hope you are well. x

  • Milly

    This is the fourth recipe of yours I’ve tried (in recent weeks also made your caramel slice & raspberry bliss balls!) & just loved it. I made your roast almond butter yesterday to use with this recipe & it’s been my favourite nut butter to date! Your recipes are all so quick & easy to do & so delicious! Thanks ? I just wondered if these recipes are in your cookbooks or your cookbook ones are all different? Thanks.

  • Lynda

    These are delicious, thank you!! How long do you think they’d last refrigerated please? 🙂

  • Nat

    Hi Bianca, do you think this could be made as a slice with a lemon icing on top?

  • Jennifer

    Is Desiccated Coconut sweetened or non-sweetened?

  • Kirsty Morgan

    I loved these.. So Yum.. Kids were not fans though as tasted too much like carrot cake and not like the icing… Maybe next time I could roll in a philly cheese mixture and they might like them more

    • I am glad you enjoyed them. Have you seen the no bake carrot cake? It has an icing and may be more popular.

  • Yosh Cat

    These balls came out soooo tasty! Thanks Bianca

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  • BelindaCS

    Yum! So quick and easy! I blitzed all ingredients except the raisins, I added them at the end for a quick mix so they stayed whole along with a tablespoon of chia seeds. I finished by rolling them in a mixture of coconut and chia seeds. Thank you!

    • Kahli

      Loved your idea of adding the raisins without blitzing them! made them that much better! 🙂

  • Kahli

    So so goooooood! All my friends asked for the recipe 😜 I added a little amount of honey to help it stick together and omg yum!