Looking for a yummy party food dish or just something to keep on hand for the occasional indulgence? Bliss balls seem to be pretty popular at the moment. And we can see why – it was really hard to make these without stopping to have a little taste test – or two or three :-).

Here we used strawberries with banana and chocolate to make our super simple strawberry bliss balls but you can make your bliss balls however you like really.  All you need to do is ensure you have something sticky to hold the mixture together.  We like to keep them in the freezer and they last for ages that way.  Otherwise in the fridge for up to a week in an airtight container.
 You will love these strawberry bliss balls:
They look stylish – they’re:
  • Simple
  • Super delicious
  • Sweet without being too sweet
  • Grain Free
  • Sticky
  • Nutty
  • Devine when chilled
Give them a try and if you post any of your creations on social media be sure to hashtag them #domskitchen so we can find you as we love to see you making up scrumptious treats.
If you love this recipe you’re sure to love our delicious dark chocolate bliss balls so definitely check them out!
Super Simple Strawberry Bliss Balls
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This recipe combines the flavors of strawberry, dark chocolate and rich cashews into a mouthful of deliciousness. These bliss balls make a yummy snack or healthy party treat.
Recipe type: Bliss Ball, Ocassional
Type of food: Paleo
Serves: 24
What you need:
  • 2 cups of nuts (cashew and pecan or macadamia and walnuts are good combos)
  • 150g Dark chocolate (chopped up) (this is optional)
  • 1 cup of medjool dates, chopped roughly (aprox 8 dates with stones removed)
  • 1 cup of fresh strawberries, chopped (frozen would be ok to if blended)
  • 1 small-medium banana
  • ½ cup of desiccated coconut
  • 4 Tbsp white chia seeds
  • 3 Tbsp coconut oil, melted
  • ¼ cup each of chia seeds and ¼ cup of desiccated coconut to roll the balls in.
What to do...
  1. Place the nuts and chocolate in a food processor and blend until crumbled (but not to a flour you still want some chunks).
  2. Remove the nuts and add in dates and blend until pureed.
  3. Add the nuts and chocolate back in and add all remaining ingredients and pulse until mixture is crumb-like and sticky (probably 20 seconds or less. Don't over mix or you will end up with runny mess. You can always do it a bit more if need be.).
  4. If the mixture is too dry add in some extra coconut oil. If too wet then you can add in some desiccated coconut.
  5. Scoop out the mixture by tablespoons and roll into balls on the extra desiccated coconut and chia seeds (you might need to wet hands couple of times as mixture will be sticky).
  6. Put in fridge for at least 20 minutes to firm up before eating (if you can). Best to make them last by keeping in freezer.
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