These Nut Free Chocolate Bliss Bites will be a lunchbox hit. Made from cacao, oats, seeds, dates and sultanas they are a fun snack for school lunches or perfect to grab and go.
One of my favourite lunchbox snacks are bliss balls. Because they are super easy to make and come together in no time at all. All you need to do is chuck everything in a food processor and press start!
Bliss balls also freeze really well. I like to make a couple of batches over the weekend and then take out as needed for a delicious treat in the lunchbox. And these Chocolate Bliss Bites hit the mark. They are nut free and have no added sugar so just perfect for school lunches.
I have a few chocolate based bliss balls developed that you are loving like these delicious Chocolate Rum Raisin Bliss Balls and these Chocolate Orange Almond Bliss Balls. But you have been asking for more nut free bliss balls for kid’s lunchboxes. And I am happy to oblige with these Nut Free Chocolate Bliss Bites.
You Will Need
- Medjool dates
- Rolled oats
- Sunflower seeds
- Vanilla Extract
To make the Nut Free Chocolate Bliss Bites
In a food processor with the S blade attachment add in all of your ingredients.
Process the nut free chocolate bliss ball mixture until well combined. This should take a minute or two but is dependant on your food processor. Then take tablespoon size portions of the mixture and roll in your hands to make a ball. Repeat until all the mixture has been used. The balls will be soft but firm.
If you don’t have the pepitas and sunflower seeds you can use the equivalent amount of rolled oats.
Medjool dates have a caramel like flavour and are softer and more moist than other dates which is why I love using them in these chocolate bliss balls. You could use other dates however you may wish to soak these in hot water for 5 minutes then drain before using to soften them. You may also want to use a few more dates as Medjool dates are typically larger.
If you don’t have sultanas you can use raisins or more dates.
If you are looking for more nut free lunchbox friendly bliss balls you will adore these Apple Pie Bliss Bites or these Carrot Cake Bliss Bites. Or if you prefer a nut version of these bliss balls you will love these Fruit and Nut Bliss Balls perfect for home snacks or in the mum lunch for work.
You may also love these no bake chewy Chocolate Chip Muesli Bars – also nut free and fab in the lunchbox.Print
These Nut Free Chocolate Bliss Bites will be a lunchbox hit. Made from cacao, oats, seeds, dates and sultanas and free from sugar and dairy they are a fun snack for school lunches or perfect to grab and go. They are also coconut free.
- 10 pitted medjool dates (around 100g)
- 1 cup rolled oats (100g)
- 1/3 cup sultanas (50g)
- 1/4 pepitas (30g)
- 1/4 cup sunflower seeds (30g)
- 1/4 cup cacao (25g)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- Add all the ingredients into a food processor with the s-blade attachment.
- Process on high for a few minutes or until well combined and the ingredients are well combined. The mixture will begin to ball together in the food processor when it is ready.
- Scoop tablespoons of the mixture and roll into balls in your hands.
- Store the bliss balls in the fridge in an airtight container or freeze for later
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