Energy Bliss Balls
A Naturally Sweet Recipe
Cacao Energy Bliss Balls
Prep: 5 Min
In-Fridge: 30 Min
Ready-To-Eat: 35 Min
12 Energy Bliss Balls
- 1 cup – almonds
- 1 cup – hazelnuts
- 1 cup – medjool dates
- 1 tbsp – cacao ~ I like giddy yoyo brand, you can also use carob instead as an option
- 1 pinch – himalayan salt
- 1 tsp – hemp oil
- 1 tbsp – raw honey
Optional Powder Additives
- 2 – 360’ capsules by Purica ~ for stress reducing support
Put in almonds and hazelnuts in a food processor ~ I use a Hamilton Beach
Next once finely minced, add dates
Once minced with dates, add hemp oil, 2 x 360’ capsules, cacao and honey
Once minced, take out of food processor and roll in a ball in your hands
Place each energy bliss ball on parchment paper on a tray ~ give minimum 2″ of space between each ball
Place in refrigerator for 30 mins
Once it has been refrigerated: you can pack in a tightly sealed container for up to 2 weeks.
High in antioxidants that fight free radical oxidation. Free radicals are unbalanced compounds created by cellular processes in the body. Antioxidants are the compounds that are believed to neutralize free radicals and protect the body from their damage.
Hazelnuts also contain a considerable amount of magnesium, which helps to regulate the balance of calcium and potassium and is crucial to blood pressure. They contain high levels of vitamin E, manganese, thiamine, folate, and fatty acids: a diet supplemented with hazelnuts can help keep your brain sharp and working at its best, making hazelnuts excellent brain food.
75 percent omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in a ratio of 3:1, considered to be the optimal nutrition ratio. Hemp oil’s antibacterial properties inhibited the activity of various types of bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus. Various studies show its benefits to support beautiful skin via the omega 3/6 ratio as well as its GLA properties.
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By Evi Spiliotopoulos
Hi I am Evi, I love sweet stuff, anytime, except maybe right before bed;-)
I don’t think we need to feel guilty or ashamed of enjoying the sweet stuff! Life has its obstacles, challenges, pain, sweat, tears, and fear; I don’t think there needs to be ANY negative connotation to the naturally sweet stuff. I think spirit/energy/universal love/god made it for pleasure. OurOm2hands stands on “holistic, sustainable, abundant intentions and actions.” THE food we make, and enjoy alone or with people we loved is meant to bring love. I want it to holistically heal and nurture you. Sustainable because it is easy to maintain and it sustains a beautiful life in you, and from the ingredients you choose that help keep the earth alive via seed, to soil. That interconnection of us and the earth is so important and what ingredients we choose helps keep it alive or not, just like the ingredients we choose for our own bodies. Abundance here with these recipes because life is meant to be celebrated, to expand the joy so more joy will grow and spread far and wide. We are what we eat, they say, so the more love the more joy going into the food and how we eat is important and part of the holistic aspect too. You see the way the body/mind and spirit are interconnected, so too are holistic, sustainable and abundant intentions and actions 😉
On a physical level; I have shed weight over 10 lbs since I balanced my hypothyroidism. The more I ACTUALLY listened to my body/mind and spirit which DID NOT include deprivation; the more my body spoke and told me when I was full, the more my body said let’s go for a long walk, lets rest and let’s relax and watch or listen to something funny. For some of us it takes more time, or care depending on what is on our plates in our lives; with children, husbands, wives, or if we are alone; either way mustering up the courage to make a shift is the first step. I only want to inspire and bring a peace of love via these recipes.
Despite certain trends I believe, because of the influences that I used and applied that helped me most to find strength, energy and stamina during my journey of healing and finding optimal health again: Fruit, and natural sweeteners are necessary for the body/mind and spirit. Natural sweeteners I mean: organic fruit, raw honey and maple syrup. I do switch things up with organic coconut sugar at times since it does not feed yeast (candida imbalance), or Erythritol. I don’t use agave, but it is a low glycemic index sweetener and I am not against substituting with it.
As a mystic whole food nutritionist my world includes lots of love, magic, arts, and moving past pain that no longer serves. I nourish my body/mind/spirit with the sweet nectars of life. Those of you familiar with Ayurvedic doshas, it is obvious one of my main doshas is kapha. Organic fruits and these natural sweeteners mentioned brings a great deal of joy to me. I believe their colours give our spirit what it needs to thrive, our bodies and minds; the best in antioxidants and amino acids for energy and brain function; all of which our whole selves need to live most optimal.
There will always be various schools of thought, and various ways to look at the same picture, so I am providing some options to switch up ingredients to hopefully give you something that suits you. Ultimately the recipes are a frame of reference to inspire you to try things or play. I hope the love I have from these recipes bring some love into your home and hearts! ? Food is the gateway to connection to ourselves and one another, it represents cultures, communities, gatherings and purpose. Don’t sweat the sweet stuff ?