Lime & Walnut Bliss Balls Recipe

Lime & Walnut Bliss Balls Recipe

Lime & Walnut bliss balls Recipe

Alright, I have to admit! Eating sweet pastries also has it’s limits for me. Eating good food and staying in shape is also one of my desires. But resisting the temptation can be rather difficult. Especially when you are surrounded by birthday, graduation and all other thinkable celebratory treats, at home, at friends and mainly at the office. But I do not really see myself skipping treats for an apple or something.. So I was looking for a just as satisfying but healthier treat. Something that makes you happy and also makes you feel good afterwards. Suddenly the delectable Lemon Bliss Balls that Fanny schouten has let me taste already two years ago came to my mind again. It is funny (pun not intended) how something that you tasted years ago can impress you so much that it still comes to mind every now and then.

A lime bliss ball a day keeps the doctor away

But off course I had to work with the ingredients that where available to me at that moment (plus I am very bad at following recipes) and twisted Fanny’s Lemon bliss balls into my version of ”Lime Bliss Balls”. Sweetening the bliss balls with honey is optional and is totally dependable to your taste. Don’t forget to check out Fanny’s Lemon bliss balls recipe.

Ingredients for 8 Lemon Bliss Balls

zest and juice from 1 lime
125g raisins
1 tsp vanilla extract
80g walnuts
1 tbsp of honey (optional)
3-4 tbsp grated coconut

Food processor

How it’s done

1. Zest and juice the lime.

2. Put the lime zest, lime juice, raisins, vanilla extract, walnuts and (optionally) the honey all together in the food processor and blend until a smooth yet chunky paste forms.

3. Roll the paste into 8 small balls.

4. To finish the bliss balls off, roll trough some grated coconut for extra tropical flavor and avoiding stickiness.

5. Store in the fridge in an airtight container or freeze some to enjoy later.

Bliss ball treat

Did these Lime Bliss Balls also made you feel so blissful? 😉 Are you team Lemon or Lime? (I’m both, that’s for sure) I would love to hear what you think about this recipe and feel welcome to share your creations or suggestions @TalesofPastry or #talesofpastry.

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