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Thermomix Chocolate Bliss Balls

Brace yourselves because I’ve bought a thermomix!

I’ve only had it a couple of weeks so I’m very much in the Thermie Honeymoon Stage. I’m not sure if that’s an official term, but after whipping up everything from vegetable stock to chicken pad thai in a couple of days, I’m fairly sure it is.

Yep, I’m making all sorts of things while announcing, “I made it in the thermomix!” as I serve it up to anyone who will eat it.

 

What’s a bliss ball?

Excellent question, I’m so pleased you asked.

Some people call them protein balls, but it really depends on how much protein is actually in them. There’s no protein powder in these balls, but there is a bit of protein from the nuts.

They’re jam packed with natural goodness and make an excellent healthy snack. They’re delicious chocolate bliss balls and here’s how you make them in the thermomix.

Thermomix chocolate bliss balls

Thermomix chocolate bliss balls

Thermomix Chocolate Bliss Balls

Kirsten Smith
A delicious, healthy and oh so easy snack to make in your Thermomix.
Prep Time 15 mins
Course Snack
Servings 24

Ingredients
  

  • 240 grams almonds
  • 20 grams cocoa
  • 270 grams dates
  • 150 grams peanut butter
  • 50 grams maple syrup or honey

Instructions
 

  • Chop almonds for 5 seconds, speed 5. Set aside
  • Add all other ingredients to bowl and process for 1 minute, speed 9. Add a tablespoon of water if mixture is too dry.
  • Add chopped almonds and mix for 40 seconds, speed 6. Don't panic if your thermomix struggles at this point. You can always mix the nuts through with your spatula.
  • Roll into balls and enjoy!

Some extra info for you:

I made these using the TM6. They recipe should work in other models just as well.

I used chunky peanut butter as that’s what was in the pantry. Next time I might try using smooth, but I don’t think it’ll make too much difference.

You could roll the chocolate bliss balls in coconut if you wanted to.

I kept them in an airtight container in the fridge.

If you don’t have a thermomix you could make these in a high powered blender.

 

So tell me, do you have a Thermomix? What should I whip up next?

Kirsten x

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