Totes Bliss Balls x2

One of my friends makes Bliss Balls. She calls them Amaze Balls. They are definitely Amaze Balls, I should know, i’ve tried them.

My idea of bliss is surrounding myself with things I love; eating nourishing food with loved ones, sitting on the beach, being a yogi, and walking through nature. So for me, these recipes are more blissful than amazing.

And because ‘totes’ is just a brilliant word, i’ve thrown it in too. You’re allowed to do those things when it’s your own recipe. That’s the rule.

Toes Bliss Balls

Toes Bliss Balls

Tahini Totes Bliss Balls


1/2 Cup Light Tahini

1/3 Cup Manuka Honey

1/2 Cup LSA Mix (ground mix of linseeds (flaxseeds), sunflower seeds and almonds)

1/2 Cup desiccated coconut

3/4 Cup Currents

1/2 Cup chopped mixed nuts

Extra LSA and/or coconut for rolling


Mix all ingredients together. Use more LSA or coconut to assist with the binding.

Shape into balls.

Coat Tahini Totes Bliss Balls in LSA and/or coconut

Store in refrigerator, Serve at room temperature


Banana Cacao Totes Bliss Balls:


2 Ripe Bananas

1 Tablespoon Raw Cacao Powder

1/2 Cup Pecans

1/2 Cup Dessicated Coconut

Dash of Balsamic Vinegar

Extra coconut for rolling


Mash Bananas

Add raw cacao powder, pecans and coconut. Mix to combine.

Add dash of balsamic vinegar (it will enhance the flavour). Mix to combine.

Shape into balls (mixture is wet/sloppy, may need a little more coconut depending on size of bananas)

Roll into coconut.

Store in refrigerator, serve straight from fridge.

Totes Bliss Balls

Totes Bliss Balls





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