Nine Delicious Bliss Ball Recipes to End Mid-Morning Fatigue

Protein/Energy Balls, also known as “Bliss Balls”,  are perfect for when hunger strikes or the sweet tooth beckons! Super easy and super fast, you can pre-make a batch or two and keep in the fridge for 1-2 weeks!

Filled with healthy fats, alkalinity, protein and fibre, there the perfect mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack, for after a workout or just for when you feel like something a little sweeter.

Lemon, Cashew & Coconut Energy Balls


These delicious energy balls from Nourish Everyday have a wonderful balance of flavors topped off with zesty lemon!

Matcha Pistachio Bliss Balls


With Pistachio and Matcha powder these GREEN POWER balls that will keep you going all day! From Downshiftology.

Apricot, Almond & Coconut Bliss Balls


With only 3 ingredients you’ll have these tasty morsels from The Cooks Pyjamas ready in no time!

Coconut Cacao Bon Bons


Deliciously chewy and chocolatey these energy balls make a great healthy treat for those afternoon cravings. From The Little Green Spoon.

Chocolate Trail Mix Power Balls


Perfect for your busy, healthy lifestyle, these power balls from Young & Rungry are packed full of sustainable energy and balanced nutrients. Yum!

Pecan Pie Energy Bites

Pecans give these energy balls a wonderful buttery flavor, and taste just like pecan pie! From the Gluten Free Vegan Pantry.

No-Bake Almond Joy Energy Balls


You won’t be reaching for an unhealthy chocolate bar when you have these bliss balls around! With a double hit of almond, swap out the cocoa for cacao to make these extra guilt-free! From The Healthy Maven.

Raw Cacao, Pistachio & Almond Bliss Balls


This super simple and delicious bliss ball is one of my favorites (and my son’s) and a staple in my house! Find the recipe here.

Key Lime Pie Energy Balls


With just 5 ingredients; macadamia nuts, coconut, lime, dates and a sprinkle of salt, these energy balls from Every Last Bite are so moreish – they taste like summer!


I hope you love these recipes! If you have one of your own do feel free to post it in the comments below – I’d love to hear from you!

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  1. Irmajean Bajnok Reply

    I was using an energy bite recipe that was part of 12 sample recipes. The ingredients included raw cocoa powder, coconut oil, maple syrup, coconut, and nuts. Delicious However i have lost the recipe. Could you send it to me please. Thanks so much

  2. Brenda Reply

    What do you use for replacing suger in theserecipes?

    • Maria Reply

      Hey Brenda,

      I used 95% Reb A stevia extract, but I do believe I have seen Ross use Rice Malt Syrup also in small quantities of his recipes. Other credible doctors use raw honey, but they stress to use on raw or coconut sugar, and fresh dates. I hope this helps 🙂