Chocolate bliss balls made with hazelnuts are delicious in their own right. But toast or roast those hazelnuts first and you get something totally irresistible. Roasted hazelnut bliss balls are the perfect healthy treat for Veganuary or banishing those winter blues.
The best tiffin ever may sound like a bit of a tall claim, but I consider myself somewhat of an expert: this sour cherry and almond chocolate biscuit cake really is a force to be reckoned with. Think crunchy biscuits combined with roasted almonds and sour cherries covered in dark milk chocolate mixed with amaretto, butter and a little syrup. There, I’ve given the game away already.
Recipe for healthy vegan chocolate oat truffles which are just as good to eat for breakfast as they are after a meal. These simple to make organic bliss balls also makes great energy boosting snacks.
Energy balls are all the rage now. Look in any self-respecting modern “healthy” cookbook and you’ll find at least one recipe for them. There’s a good reason for this. They are easy to make and utterly delicious. I’ve made quite a few over the last few years and these goji berry bliss balls are the latest.
If you’re running out of time to make biscuits but want to give homemade gifts this Noel, these Christmas Bliss Balls may be the answer. They’re not only delicious but are refined sugar, dairy and gluten free and easy to make. Rolling the balls in green pistachios, red cranberries and white coconut make them look wonderfully festive.
These malted superfood bars with mango and coconut chocolate are just what’s needed to give a boost when spirits or body are flagging. They are vegan, almost refined sugar free and are loaded with so many nutritious ingredients, it’s hard to stop bouncing around with energetic abandonment once one has been consumed.
Mostly raw, these delicious vegan chocolate chip cookie dough energy balls taste of caramel. They’re flavoured with punchy chilli chocolate and cinnamon for an extra kick. And not only that, they’re also egg and dairy free, made with healthy ingredients and above all else, delicious.
These sumptuous coconut bliss balls are a type of raw chocolate truffle. They don’t have the name bliss balls for nothing. Try one and you’ll wonder why you’ve ever bothered with conventional truffles. Well maybe I exaggerate a little, but only just.
A rich and indulgent chocolate tiffin, also known as biscuit cake or fridge cake. Studded with coconut and flavoured with coconut liqueur, this chocolate biscuit cake is a not overly sweet adult version of a children’s classic.
A rich, fudgy and very tasty tiffin. It’s a bit healthier than your average as it’s made with coconut oil, maple syrup and very dark chocolate. If you like tiffin as much as I do, you will love this pecan maple ginger tiffin.