Lemon Cheesecake Bliss Balls with Thermomix Instructions

 lemon cheesecake bliss balls

Lemon Cheesecake Bliss Balls

  • 2 cups desiccated coconut (200 grams ) + 1/2 cup desiccated coconut for rolling in
  • 250 grams full fat cream cheese, chopped
  • zest and juice of one lemon
  • 2 rounded tablespoons honey (70 grams)
  1. Place the 2 cups of coconut, cream cheese, lemon and honey into your processor and blend until the mixture is well combined. Use your hands to shape the mixture into balls. Roll the balls through the extra coconut to coat. Place the balls in the fridge to set.
  2. Eat and enjoy!

Thermomix Method

  1. Place the ingredients into the bowl and blend at speed 8 for 8 seconds.
  2. Use your hands to shape the mixture into balls. Place the balls in the fridge to set.
  3. Eat. Enjoy.

Makes 16 – 18

notes – 

  • you can substitue the honey with rice malt syrup if preferred.
  • you may find it easier to use slightly damp hands to shape the balls.
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Lemon Cheesecake Bliss Balls with Thermomix Instructions
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  • sarah lyst

    These are seriously dangerous! They’re so moreish I could so easily eat the whole lot.

    • Love it!!! Thank YOU!!!! I am glad you enjoyed them. x

  • Wendywoo

    Oh, that photo of you and Juliet…. it brings tears to my eyes! You are so beautiful, and the two of you look so perfect together. She was definitely worth the wait for the happiness she has brought into all your lives! xx ps..These lemon balls will bring a lot of happiness into my life, too! x

    • Haha!!! Love it!
      Yes, so worth it. She belongs with us. I hope we bring her as much happiness as she does us. Love to you. x

      • Wendywoo

        You know you do! xx

  • Ahhhhh so gorgeous! Hang onto these moments mama! Chloe is almost 11 months. What thaaaa!

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  • Purples

    I know how you feel! My little man (#3 and our last) is very soon going to turn 1 and I am both thrilled for his developing adventures and heartbroken that it is flying by so quickly. Big love to you.

  • Ciara Niclasen

    Hi there

    Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I thought they were deliciously clever.

    Have you ever frozen a batch? I made mine a little smaller than yours and was wondering how well they freeze and defrost.


    • Thank YOU !! I am glad yuo like them and I have frozen them and they are still delicious!! Have you tried the caramel cheesecakes? I LOVE them!!! If you try them out be sure to let me know what you think.
      Oh and sorry for my late reply! We have been moving interstate!

      • Ciara Niclasen

        Hi there,

        Thanks for the reply. I hope the move went well. I always dread the packing and upacking stages.

        The lemon balls froze and defrosted really well 🙂

        I havent yet tried the salted caramel version yet. It is on the list of recipes to try along with the chocolate cheescakes and others.

        Kind regards 🙂

        • Thank YOU!! I really appreciate the feedback and glad they worked out well. Look forward to hearing how you go with the others. Thanks again! B x

  • Lauren Hood

    Unfortunately this recipe didn’t work very well for me! I ended up with a cottage cheese type consistency that was too wet and sloppy to roll into anything, with a taste that was a bit unbearable. My lemon was very juicy and the honey was super sweet. Not a fault of the recipe just a result of using ingredients that can vary significantly in volume and intensity/taste I suppose. More cream cheese may have fixed this but I didn’t have any on hand to save it. Not to worry! I have had success with many of your other wonderful recipes though, I do thank you very much!

    • Oh no!! I am sorry they didn’t work out for you. I am glad you have found other recipes that you have enjoyed. x

  • Deanna

    This post makes me want another little bubba.
    I made this recipe yesterday in on a 38degree day with the air conditioner on the blink and my mixture was very wet/unrollable too. I added two tablespoons of vanilla protein powder plus an extra cup of coconut and then put the mixture in the fridge for 30minutes. It rolled beautifully! (Made 18 golf ball size balls.) I’ve popped them in the freezer to then defrost in lunch boxes – my trial one tastes fantastic!
    Thank you so much for another amazing recipe, Bianca.

  • Jamie Lee

    Hi ,
    Would A lot of these recipies be great for diabetics ?