Boost your energy levels with these green beauties. I whipped up a batch of matcha bliss balls to keep in the fridge for whenever I felt a bit peckish, I like the idea bliss balls; small bites of natural foods that need no baking and requiring minimal effort.
Incidentally these matcha bliss balls are gluten free, which can be stored in the fridge for a couple of weeks.
Matcha bliss balls ingredients
2 tablespoon Matcha powder
1.5 cups Almond meal
3 tablespoon Maple syrup
.5 cup Natural peanut butter (crunchy is best - better texture)
½ cup Crushed pistachio (for coating)
How to make matcha bliss balls
In a mixing bowl, combine almond meal, maple syrup and peanut butter
Add matcha and mix in well
Place crushed pistachio in a separate bowl
Using hands, roll bite sized pieces of dough into balls
Cover each ball with pistachio
Place individually onto a tray and refrigerate until ball if firm
Store in fridge
💭 Recipe Tip
Swap matcha powder out for moringa powder. To find out more about what is moringa powder? Click on this easy recipe for Moringa Latte explaining the details.
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Matcha Bliss Balls
- In a mixing bowl, combine almond meal, maple syrup and peanut butter
- Add matcha and mix in well
- Place crushed pistachio in a separate bowl
- Using hands, roll bite sized pieces of dough into balls
- Cover each ball with pistachio
- Place individually onto a tray and refrigerate until ball if firm
- Store in fridge
If you're a lover of sweet no-bake treats, check out our family favourite no bake granola bar another yummy recipe to store in your fridge to help with those cravings.