Gluten free, egg free and dairy free treats that have had my boys trying to guess the secret crunchy ingredient for ages! Got to love dried figs!
Ideal for school lunch boxes with no hidden nasties and really quick to whizz up when you are in a rush.
Makes 18-20 balls.
200g dried apple rings
100g dried figs
75g Brazil nuts
1 tablespoon coconut oil
25g ground almonds/almond meal
In a food processor, process the apples and nuts until they form a rough crumb.
Add the figs and coconut oil and process until the mix is all in small crumbs.
Tip into a bowl and form into 18-20 balls, roll in the ground almonds and keep in the fridge.
16 thoughts on “Crunchy Apple Bliss Balls”
Reblogged this on Recipe Dreams.
Thanks for the reblog Javy! 🙂 Ros
Thanks Missy! 🙂 Ros
Very creative treat! Healthy too.
Thanks Chris! 🙂 Ros
The perfect healthy snack!
Thanks Sarah ‘n Spice! 🙂 Ros
Great to see Brazil nuts featured – such a lesser used but compared to almonds and walnuts but so good for you!
We are a houseful of Brazil nut eaters Laura, I always have some with sultanas in a box for snacking! 🙂 Ros
Sounds good Ros – I just have to resist the temptation to eat too many!
Sound delicious! I’m going to have to try these.
Enjoy Kathleen! 🙂 Ros
A delicious sounding recipe that I would love to try! While I have a passion (and perhaps addiction) to baking, I am on the hunt for more nutritious, gluten free recipes as well. I am also very intrigued with recipes using figs lately. This recipe is some great inspiration!
Thanks Victoria, that’s very kind of you! I love figs and bliss balls are so easy to make! 🙂 Ros.