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I came across this EPIC bliss ball recipe from my Ayurvedic practitioner, here in the Adelaide Hills. After each treatment, she gives you a super healing and healthy bliss ball which I look forward to each visit ;)

She was oh so kind to let me share her recipe which I have listed below. You should definitely check out her website for other REALLY INTERESTING stuff on health, food, healing, the body etc. Here is a link to her website.

I think it is now going to become a tradition for my regular yoga classes to enjoy a little treat after each class with me on their way out the door.

The recipe is a guideline, but I would keep the spices the same and just switch your additional dried fruit each batch you make. The options are endless.

So, enough talk! Lets get cooking... Or should I say ROLLING.

All you need is a food processor, the ingredients below and your hands.




500 grams DATES (dried or fresh)

1/2 cup, shredded COCONUT

1 good handful of ALMONDS

1 good handful of RAISINS

1-2 tablespoons of GHEE (depending of the texture - it needs to be sticky)


Optional Extras:(or replacement of raisins/almonds) ROUGHLY CHOPPED

  • Dried figs

  • Goji berries

  • Cashews

  • Chia seeds

  • Desiccated coconut for coating the balls

  • Cacao nibs

Basically any others you think might combine well with the flavours.


  1. Combine all ingredients into a food processor and blend on medium-high until mixture is well ground and beginning to bind together.

  2. Take roughly a dessert spoon amount and roll in the palm of your hand to for a ball shape.

  3. OPTION: Roll the balls in desiccated coconut for a more tropical taste.

Store in an airtight container out of direct sunlight,

They should last for 3-5 days or longer, if you can stop yourself at one!


There you have it!

SUPER SIMPLE & TASTY bliss balls that are cheap and quick to make. They will not only satisfy you, but I reckon some little tackers will like them as well.

Just keep in mind that GINGER is quite a WARM spice.

So be careful when sharing to kids as it might taste pretty 'hot' to them.

Kids have super sensitive taste buds compared to adults.


Much love & namaste,

Leah xx

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