I have done these chocolate balls multiple times before, but I thought I’ll share the recipe again since it was a while ago. The original recipe comes from Ida Warg. Many people in my surrounding (family, friends, co-workers) have tried these healthy chocolate balls and many of them got surprised how good they tasted “even though” they are healthy and free from added sugar, gluten and dairy.
This year they are even going to enter our Christmas dessert buffé because they are so good. The perfect combination of chocolate, coconut and coffee. Can’t go wrong!
Healthy Chocolate balls (9-10 balls)
- 2.5 dl gluten free oats
- 0.75 dl coconut oil from Alivefoods
- 2 tablespoons raw cacao powder from Alivefoods
- 2 tablespoon strong brewed coffee
- 9 dates, pitted
- 5 drops of chocolate stevia drops from Alivefoods (can be excluded)
- a sprinkle of sea salt
- coconut flakes to roll the balls in
-> Mix everything in a mixer until it becomes a dough. Put in the fridge for 5 minutes. Take it out and form the dough into medium-sized balls and roll them in coconut flakes. Put in the fridge for 30 minutes. ENJOY. Store in either fridge or freezer.
Picture from when Erika and I played some tennis yesterday, being silly hehe
These chocolate balls are free from added sugar, gluten and dairy! A healthy, but still sweet alternative to chocolate balls.