• Makes 14
  • 1.5 hours
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients

These Bliss balls are healthy, easy to make and really yummy! My two year old helps me make the mixture, and loves eating the "purple cake' as he calls it afterwards! A great snack if you're in a hurry or to grab a couple of you have no time for breakfast.

Ingredients (makes 14 Balls)

  • 1 cup Mixed berries (fresh or frozen)
  • 3/4 cup Gluten free oats
  • 1/4 cup Coconut flour
  • 1/3 cup Desiccated coconut (plus extra to decorate)
  • 1 TBS Coconut oil
  • 1 pinch Salt
  • 1/4 cup Maple syrup


  1. Place all the ingredients in a food processor and mix until you get a sticky dough. If too dry, add a few drops of water. If using frozen berries, allow to thaw on a piece of paper towel to absorb some of the juice. You will also need to add in more oats as frozen berries are a lot ‘wetter’ than fresh. Just add in a bit by bit until its able to be rolled into balls and hold its shape.
  2. With your hands, shape the balls using 1 TBS mixture per ball. Optional: coat with shredded coconut
  3. Let set in refrigerator for at least one hour before serving.


Store in an airtight container placed in the refrigerator for up to one week, or up to one month in the freezer.

  • These sound amazing! Definitely something I need to make, the whole family will love them.


  • I never thought to put berries in! I love it


  • Nice ! I’ve al the ingredients at home so could make them this arvo


  • These sound really healthy. Maybe a good snack for their lunch box!


  • These sound so delicious. Thanks for sharing ????


  • wow they look so appealing


  • Healthy and easy, this is a recipe I would love to try.


  • Oh, yes please. I could easily make these delicious sounding healthy bliss balls of goodness. I love mixed berry anything.


  • Easy healthy pleasing to the eye


  • So simple, great colour. Love these.


  • Awesome colour!!


  • Love how easy these would be to make they have a great colour and would be delightful Thanks


  • Under Coelic Association of Australia guidelines Oats are NOT safe unless you have done tests under strict medical supervision. The protein in Oats is very similar to wheat. There is also the fact that oats and wheat are grown in the same area and there is cross contamination.
    Apart from that it is a fantastic recipe. Bonus is no cooking is needed.


  • Exactly what I was looking for, bliss balls without dates!! Thank you


  • I would love to make these, amazing and look so great!


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