Hello, dear people of Stroud,
Have you ever wondered what Bliss Balls are and how to make them?
Bliss Balls are also called energy balls or protein balls, but we prefer the term 'Bliss Ball'. I mean, why wouldn't you?!
Usually, they are made of nuts and dates, but one can vary by exchanging nuts for seeds, dates for other dried fruit or sweet things like honey. The possibilities are literally endless, which is really exciting on the one hand and the other; it's tricky getting them just right.
Some Bliss Balls are more a dessert kind of affair, very decadent and rich, and others are more a healthy treat to avoid eating too much sugar. Or you might roll some balls to purely experience healthy bliss and pleasure.
To brighten yourself up a little during these dark political/social/environmental times, would you like to learn how to make some tasty Apricot Coconut Lime Bliss Balls — without using a food processor?! Yes, you do.
Let us show you how to make easy and food processor-free Bliss Balls using organic plastic-free ingredients from Loose!
Last Saturday, Gala's Organic Kitchen showed us how to make them in an online class on Facebook — and you can watch the REPLAY by clicking here! If you're not a Facebook user, you can make the Apricot Coconut Lime recipe here.
Have a pleasurable spring week despite everything that's going on,
The Loose Team.