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Healthy Nutty Choc Balls (low sugar)

Low Sugar Healthy nutty choc ball

Created by Naturopath Megan Taslaman

This healthy home-made snack is very low in sugar so only has a hint of sweet with the focus on nuts, seeds, and fibre. It is easy to make with no baking involved and is a perfect mid-morning or afternoon snack to help balance your blood sugar, and fills you up with ample fibre.

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1 ½ cups of raw mixed nuts (brazil, almonds, cashews, pecans, macadamia, hazelnuts)

½ cup pumpkin seeds

½ cup sunflower seeds

¼ cup psyllium husks

¼ cup linseed meal

3 Tbsp. Raw cocoa

4 Majool dates – chopped

1 Tbsp. Dried cranberries

3 Tbsp. Unhulled Tahini

2 Tbsp. Coconut oil

2 Tbsp. Melted cocoa butter

2 Tbsp. Manuka honey


Process dry ingredients – lightly

Add dates, cranberries – process

Add oil, butter and honey – process until combined.

Mould into balls and set in the refrigerator.

*TIP – You need to mould them into balls by squeezing and holding them into shape. It’s kind of a meditative experience to allow some time…Once refrigerated they set and hold together well due to the re-hardening of the coconut oil, cocoa butter and Manuka honey. This is a high fibre snack that is filling due to the psyllium and linseed meal. The nuts and fats are energy sustaining and help to balance blood sugar levels. This is a low sugar snack with only 1.6g of sugar per ball. Great for kids and adults. Makes 33 balls.

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