super green bliss balls

What better way to get your daily intake of super greens than via super green bliss balls.  Hello five-plus-a-day dessert!  These super green bliss balls are ridiculously easy to make, and super nutritious and delicious to eat.

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I shared why I love green powders so much in my top 10 foods health bloggers love, and these bliss balls were the perfect way to include super greens without the bitter taste.  Sometimes green powders can be a little difficult to eat, so adding them to sweeter foods makes it so much more delicious to health healthy nutritious food.

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These super green bliss balls also stack up nutritionally, with…

Per serve (2 balls) – approximately:

  • Calories – 118
  • Carbohydrate – 20.3 (Fibre – 2.67) (Sugar – 16.6 (refined sugar free))
  • Fat – 4.3
  • Protein – 1.5

You only need four ingredients and a blender or food processor.  I used the Garden of Life Raw Organic Perfect Food, but you could use any green powder you want to.  Just be mindful of the recommended serving size as some are stronger than others.  Stick to the recommended serving size unless medically advised otherwise (and no, I’m not a medical expert).

Super Green Bliss Balls
Serves: 12 balls
  • 6 medjool dates, pitted
  • ½ cup coconut flakes/desiccated coconut
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 2 scoops Garden of Life Organic Raw Perfect Food (Or green powder alternative)
  1. In a food processor, blend all ingredients together until well combined. Mixture should appear crumbly but stick together when pressed;
  2. Roll mixture into balls;
  3. Store in the fridge.

You can find this recipe and the green powder at Flush Fitness.

How do you take your greens?  Do you supplement with green powders?

For more bliss ball recipes, check out these, these and these!

FYI – we tried, we failed…but we had fun…
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