All posts tagged: Bliss Balls

Mango Bliss Balls

Schools back and that means lunch boxes. At my daughters school( like many schools) it is nut free, so when your short on time and wanting to whip up some quick, healthy and nut free snacks, then go no further. Mangoes are a favourite in my family and we always have a bag of frozen mangoes in the freezer to add to smoothies. So when I came across this recipe from kid ingredient I jumped at the chance to whip them up. They are NUT, SOY, DAIRY AND CAN BE GLUTEN FREE ( recipe uses oats, so if can tolerate use if not, use quinoa flakes), are low sugar and the best part of all, they only take 10minutes to make. WINNING!!   Mango Bliss Balls Print Recipe They are NUT, SOY, DAIRY AND CAN BE GLUTEN FREE ( recipe uses oats, so if can tolerate use if not, use quinoa flakes) are low sugar and the best part of all, they only take 10 minutes to make. CourseSnack Servings Prep Time 12-14 balls 10 …

Chocolate Peppermint Bliss Balls

  NUT, DAIRY, GLUTEN AND SOY FREE. These delicious little bliss balls are not only delightful to eat as a treat but have a nutritional hit in them too! We all know that we need to eat less sugar and as far as your body is concerned all sugars are treated the same way, once its inside you-with the release of insulin, the hormone in charge of collecting sugar from the blood and depositing it to your muscles and fat stores. This is a wholly necessary process for pretty much every function of the body. BUT  When comparing the white highly refined sugars to say a piece of fruit or maple syrup, well these latter sugars have a different nutritional profile and they all have a different GI (which means the rate in which the sugar is released and absorbed into our bloodstream) Let’s take whole fruit for example. There is fibre, which is great for sweeping our bowels and water found in whole fruit which increase satiety, as well as vitamins and minerals, all differing …