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It's time to finally show off the final Gluten Free Bliss Ball recipe that I worked on last week, my Raw Apricot and Chia flavor. These treats are packed with natural, tasty ingredients and have really striking colors that make you want to tuck in. So take a look at my recipe which makes 14 x 50 gram balls.

Apricot and Chia Bliss Balls

Ingredients

500 grams of dried apricots

60 millilitres of hot water

200 grams of shredded coconut

120 grams of raw peanuts

60 grams of honey

15 grams of cocoa

35 grams of sesame seeds

160 grams of pepitas

35 grams of chia seeds

90 grams of rolled oats

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Method

Place half the apricots in a heatproof bowl and cover with hot water and soak for 15 minutes.

Place the peanuts on a tray and roast them in the oven for 7 minutes.

Place the peanuts into the food processer and puree to a paste.

Drain the soaked apricots and add to the food processor along with the coconut honey and cocoa then process to form a thickened paste.

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Finely chop the remaining dried apricots (use the food processor as a shortcut) and combine with the sesame seeds, chia seeds and oats.

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With damp hands roll the mixture into balls and then roll them in the apricot, seeds and oat mix to coat.

Place the balls in the refrigerator for an hour or until they become firm before serving. They can then be stored in the fridge for a month or the freezer for slightly longer.

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Thankyou so much for checking our my Apricot and Chia Bliss Balls everyone, I hope you take the time to give the recipe a go because they're such a great guilt free treat. As always I look forward to seeing you in the Food Studio for a class or a cup of coffee,

 

Jaci

 

 

 

 

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