A grumbling stomach, ravenous hunger, or running low on energy – can be fixed super easy with these delicious Mango Coconut Bliss Balls.
These Mango Energy Bliss Balls are the perfect in-between snack. Or a quick finger food breakfast. Or an easy to pack up snack. No matter which “Puhh, am I hungry” situation occurs, these energy-boosting pralines are the snack to grab.
The dried mango pieces bring a wonderful naturally sweet taste with them. Dried fruit taste especially intense and fruity – so you have the full mango fruitiness experience on your taste buds. To that, the mild coconut flavor adds perfectly. The coconut flour and the oats are not only healthy and tasty, but they also ensure the bliss balls ingredients binding. Moreover, the oats, the coconut flour, and the nut butter make this little snack really filling.
If you like your bliss balls more on the sweet side, then you can add any kind of syrup in the end, just before you put the mixed batter in the fridge.
The Mango Coconut Pralines stay fresh in the fridge, in an airtight container, for about 5 days. You can also freeze them, to always have some spare bliss balls.
Recipe (ca. 38 pieces):
200g dried mango (unsweetened) + hot water to soak it
50ml plant-based milk
3 tbsp coconut oil
2 EL almond nut butter (or any other kind of nut butter)
70g coconut flour
To roll them in: 6 tbsp coconut flakes / shredded coconut
Optional: 1 tbsp syrup
Put the dried mango pieces in a bowl and cover them with boiling hot water. Let the dried mango pieces soak for 20 to 30 minutes.
Squeeze out the lemon, and put the lemon juice into the plant-based milk. But do not stir. Just put it aside.
Blend the oats.
Melt the coconut oil on low heat.
Strain the mango pieces. Put the softened mango pieces in a blender, and blend them until you have a mango puree. Add the plant-based milk, the nut butter, and the coconut oil into the mango puree. And blend everything until you have a smooth batter.
Mix the dry ingredients – the blended oats and the coconut flour. Then you can add the mango mixture. Mix everything together, until everything is well combined. Then put the batter into the fridge. Let it sit there for about 20 minutes. So that it is easier to form the balls.
In a bowl prepare the coconut flakes to roll the mango coconut bliss balls in it.
Form little pralines with your hands (approx. 1 tsp), roll them until they are nice and round. Then roll them in the coconut flakes.
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