I am still having a lot of fun making up all sorts of Bliss Ball recipes. With Christmas only days away I couldn’t pass up the chance of experimenting with the flavours of Christmas. These Christmas Pudding Bliss Balls are the result, and my special panel of taste testers – mum, sister and nephews, all love them!
1/4 cup cointreau (or use orange juice)
1/2 cup of goji berries
3/4 cup rolled oats
1 cup of almond meal
1/2 cup of psyllium powder
3/4 cup of traditional fruit mince
1/4 cup of almonds, roughly chopped
Put the goji berries into a small bowl and cover with the cointreau (or orange juice).
Add the oats to a food processor and give it a 10 sec blast, then add the almond meal and psyllium powder and give it another 10 sec blast.
Drain the goji berries and reserve the cointreau liquid. Place the goji berries into a large mixing bowl with the chopped almonds.
Add the fruit mince and the reserved liquid to the processor and blend until well mixed.
Add the fruit mince, almond meal and oat mix to the bowl with the goji and almonds. Mix well, using large spoons or your hands.
Using slightly damp hands roll the mixture into small balls and set aside.
Top the balls with melted white chocolate and decorate with slices of green and red lollies (sweets). For instructions on how to melt chocolate click here for stove stop instructions or here for microwave instructions.
Store in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
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