You may not know this, but you may - I started Miss Bliss as a wholesale bliss balls business while at uni studying nutrition. Come days got up to hand rolling 1000 bliss balls out of a commercial kitchen my family had. I AM NOT EVEN JOKING.
Now we still supply around Brisbane and slowly increasing our wholesale product list. Each season I experiment with seasonal flavours - last season was carrot cake - and it was a HIT.
Seeing as though the season is over and our new flavour is about to be released (keep yo' eyes peeled) I thought I would share with you all the ever so popular CARROT CAKE MISS BLISS BALL! Rolling balls is an art though, so good luck with getting a nice spherical shape haha (when I don't personally roll them we have a term 'moon rocks' for the oddly shaped ones).
Our Miss Bliss balls are 100% natural, with no nasties! A great energy boosting snack packed with good fats to keep you going for longer.
CARROT CAKE BLISS BALLS
Makes approx. 30 balls
What you will need:
- 300g dates
- 400g almonds
- 150g walnuts
- 1 carrot chopped into small pieces
- 3 tsp Cinnamon
- 1 tsp Nutmeg
- 4 cups Coconut (extra coconut to coat them in)
What to do:
- Depending on the size of your blender (I use a very large one) you may need to do this recipes in halves
- Place all ingredients in a blender - and blend! You want to make sure you have a doughy consistency - don't stress to much if they are a little too gooey
- Once blended place mixture into a bowl
- Put on gloves! If you don't you will end up with a coasting of dough on your hands
- Roll into balls - about the size of a golf ball - then roll in coconut to coat
- Place on a tray and leave covered in the fridge to set for about an hour