Alkaline Recipe: Anti-Inflammatory Bliss Balls (No Bake, Super-Easy)

Anti-Inflammatory, Easy, Quick & Delicious: The Perfect Snack!

Oh boy, I love this one. This is another delicious, quick and easy recipe that I created for my Alkaline Base Camp members (for our Anti-Inflammation Month back in March – click here to get on the waitlist to join our group). It’s fun, so easy to make, and takes just minutes.

This is so important to me, I am so passionate about making living alkaline and healthy as easy, quick, delicious and effortless for you as possible.

And this recipe is a perfect example of making alkaline living easy – these are the PERFECT snack!

Plus they are alkaline, antioxidant-rich and super anti-inflammatory.

The combo of the coconut, coconut oil, turmeric, and ginger is powerfully anti-inflammatory, the cinnamon helps regulate metabolism and the chili, well, it makes it spicy and lovely (just a touch of spice 😉 ).


Anti-Inflammatory Bliss Balls

Makes 6-8 balls, depending on how big you roll them!


  • 1 ½ cups of almond meal
  • 1 ½ cups shredded, unsweetened coconut
  • ½ cup of coconut oil
  • 1/3 cup rice syrup
  • 1 teaspoon of organic turmeric powder, or 2 tsp fresh grated
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon of ground ginger
  • Optional: pinch of chilli powder

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Really simple, takes 5 minutes to make, 30 minutes to chill 🙂

If you’ve been with me for any time, you’ll know I am passionate about making healthy, alkaline living as simple, quick and easy as possible, and these bliss balls are a great example of that.

Here’s how to make them:

1) Combine almond meal, coconut, spice mix into a bowl.
2) Melt coconut oil over low heat and add rice malt syrup
3) Add liquids to the dry ingredients and mix well
4) Roll balls into the desired size and refrigerate for 30 minutes

Enjoy! Make as many as you like. They store in the fridge for 5 days, happily, and freeze really well. The ultimate alkaline snack.

, Alkaline Recipe: Anti-Inflammatory Bliss Balls (No Bake, Super-Easy)

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  1. Linda Reply

    It’s almost like cheating and eating dessert. Absolutely brilliant! Thanks you Ross.

  2. Patricia Murray Reply

    What is Almond meal please

  3. Deborah Laguna Reply

    I have over 20 oxalate kidney stones small now so doing my best to not eat oxalate foods. Only nut safe is pecans.
    Also gradually getting down high sugar.
    Also have liver disease.
    ANY Suggestions to go and STAY Alkaline is GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!!

  4. Nancy Elyze Brier Reply

    Where can I get sprouted bread? The ones I find have wheat in them. I don’t eat wheat or corn.
    TY, Ross.

  5. Sharon Richards Reply

    Hi Ross.
    I’m a bit confused here. I thought the majority of Fruit was Acid forming. Only Grapefruit, lemon and limes etc were Alkaline. Had a Consultation with Gareth Edwards, who was telling me to eat fruit like Pears, apples etc. Eat these around 10am in the morning. So I am really confused about what information is right to be honest.
    Regards Sharon

  6. Lucy Reply

    I made these little golden gems last week. Super easy & quick to make and truly delicious 🙂