Vanilla Chocolate Protein Balls

The type of baked goods I make the most are for sure my healthy chocolate balls. Today I mixed up the recipe a little and added some vanilla protein powder. The touch of vanilla made them taste even better and are now filled with more protein.

Vanilla Chocolate Protein Balls (12balls)

-> Mix everything with a stick blender or a strong mixer. Form into balls and roll them into the coconut flakes. Put in the fridge for about 20 minutes before eating.

These vanilla chocolate balls are 100% free from gluten and added sugar. 

Raw Chocolate Desserts

Remember the Rawfood chocolate cake I made not that long ago. It became a favorite for everyone trying it. Therefore, I decided to experiment to make something similar but portion dessert. Ended up just as good as the cake! 

Raw Chocolate Desserts (6-8 portions)

-> Put some baking paper in portion-forms or cupcake forms. Melt the coconut oil. Then mix all the ingredients except the coconut oil and the gojiberries in a mixer until smooth. Then add the melted coconut oil and mix a little more. Pour over to the portion forms. Sprinkle some gojiberries and some extra cacao nibs on top and put in the fridge for at least 15 minutes. Then enjoy this fantastic chocolate dessert! 

Store in the fridge up to one week.


These Desserts are Rawfood,  vegan, lchf, lowcarb and of course 100% free from gluten, dairy and added sugar! 

Chocolate Mousse with dates/hazelnut Sprinkles 

A favorite dessert on repeat. 

Chocolate Mousse with Dates/Roasted Hazelnut Sprinkles (4-5 glasses)

  • 1.5 dl pitted dates
  • 175g roasted hazelnuts
  • Fresh raspberries 

-> Start with the sprinkles and roast the hazelnuts in the oven on 200 degrees C for about 10-12 minutes if you don’t have roasted ones ready. Let them cool down and then mix them together with the dates a little. It should still be chuncks for the crunchy texture. 

Then make the mousse by mixing all the rest of the ingredients in a mixer until smooth. 

Alternate the sprinkles, chocolate mousse and raspberries in high glasses. Put in the fridge for at least 15 minutes.  

This dessert is 100% free from gluten, dairy and added sugar. It’s also lchf,  lowcarb and vegan.

Black Bean Brownie 

I have never baked with black beans before, but since I love to try new things I just had to. And these small brownies turned out great! Healthy and gluten free! They also got approved by my brother 🙂 

Black Bean Brownies (8 muffins)

  • 1 package black beans (250g)
  • 1 tablespoon flax seeds
  • 1/2 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 4 tablespoons water
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 6 tablespoons raw cacao powder Superfood365 from Gooddays
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 dl coconut sugar (or other sweetener)
  • A sprinkle of salt 
  • Some cashew nuts and cacao nibs for topping 

-> Put the flax seeds and chia seeds in a glass with the water, stir well and let stand for a while. Turn the oven on 175 degrees Celsius. Put all the other ingredients in a mixer and mix until smooth. Add the flax,chia, water-mixture and mix a little more. Pour over the dough in 8 muffins forms and sprinkle over the cashews and cacao nibs. Put in the middle of the oven for 18-20 minutes. Take out and let cool down. ENJOY! 

Keep in th fridge for the fudge feeling! 


These brownies are 100% free from gluten, dairy and added sugar. Also high in protein, lchf, lowcarb and vegan. 

Healthy Chocolate Balls

My absolute favorite snacks. Healthy, taste great and easy/quick to make! The original recipe is from Ida Warg but I have changed it a little bit, I believe my recipe is a little better!

Healthy Chocolate balls (12 medium-sized)

-> Mix everything, except the cacao nibs and coconut flakes, in a strong mixer until it becomes a dough. Then add the cacao nibs and blend with a spoon. Form into balls and roll them in the coconut flakes. Put in the fridge for 20 minutes. Take out and ENJOY a delicious and healthy snack filled with nutrition and superfoods. 

These chocolate balls are free from gluten, dairy and added sugar. Also I believe lchf, vegan and lowfod map friendly! A real superfood snack! 

Chocolate Maca Almond Rawballs

Always fun to try new recipes, especially when it turns out great!

Chocolate Maca Almond Rawballs (12 balls)

 -> I used soaked almonds (put them in water for at least 2-3 hours). Start with mixing the almonds and dates in a mixer. Then add the rest of the ingredients and mix until it’s all well blended but it can be some pieces, it just makes it taste better and makes it crunchier. Then form them into balls. If you want you can roll them in coconut flakes or chia seeds but I like them without any topping. Put in the fridge for about 20 minutes before eating. ENJOY! 


  These raw balls are 100% free from gluten, dairy and added sugar! 

Sugar free Snickers

My absolute favorite from all the Christmas candy I made this year are these healthy Snickers. The combination of peanuts and chocolate is hard to beat! 

Sugar free Snickers (12-16 pieces)

  • 200 grams sugar free dark chocolate 
  • 200 grams sugar free peanutbutter 
  • 125 grams roasted peanuts 
  • A sprinkle of sea salt (if the peanuts are not salted)
  • 1 dl coconut flakes 
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil

-> Start by melting half of the chocolate, add some coconut oil if it’s not rinny enough. Pour over on a piece of baking paper in a square (about 20 x 20 cm). Put in the fridge for a few minutes while you continue with the filling. Heat up the peanutbutter a little, add 1 tablespoon of melted coconut oil and stir well. Add the peanuts, salt and coconut flakes and mix until it’s all well blended. Take out the melted chocolate from the fridge and put over a layer of the filling (about 1/2-1 cm thick layer). Then melt the rest of the chocolate and pour over until it’s all covered. Sprinkle over some extra coconut flakes and put in the fridge for about 15 minutes. ENJOY a healthy and delicious snack/candy fillies with good fats. 


These are 100 % gluten free and free from added sugar. Depending on the chocolate you use it can also easily be dairy free.