April 28

Tropical Raw Bliss Balls


Tropical Raw Bliss Balls - Paleo, Vegan recipe.

These healthy bliss balls come from Michele Spring. She’s a mom of 2 young boys and an expert on using the paleo diet to feel your absolute best.  

When she’s not blogging, you can find her sewing up a new outfit, reading a great book, or desperately (and unsuccessfully) trying to keep her kids from making her house look like a tornado hit it. Meet Michele and get ready to use Paleo to better your life at ThrivingOnPaleo.

These raw snack balls make the perfect snack for anyone on the go. They come together quite easily and require little to no skill.

If you can throw stuff into a food processor and roll the resulting “dough” into a ball, then you are set! And they taste divine, like you are hanging out on the beach on a tropical island somewhere.

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4.6 from 11 reviews
Tropical Raw Bliss Balls
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 10 balls
  • ½ cup dried pineapple
  • ½ cup dried mango
  • 1 cup macadamia nuts
  • ½ cup shredded coconut (unsweetened)
  • ⅛ tsp sea salt (if macadamia nuts aren’t salted)
  • ½ cup shredded coconut for dipping
  1. Mix fruit in food processor until it comes together into a ball.
  2. Add the ½ cup shredded coconut, nuts, and sea salt if using to food processor and mix until everything is of equal size (about 1 minute).
  3. Scoop out about a walnut-sized amount with your hands and roll into a ball. Dip into the remaining shredded coconut and turn to coat.

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  1. Alex, those look pretty yummy, but I question the sugar content if the dried pineapple and dried mango have been dried with sugar. What about using medjool dates as an alternate? At least the refined sugars won’t be sneaking their way in!

  2. Hey Polly! I am able to find both dried mango and pineapple without any added sugar 🙂 Trader Joe’s or the bulk section have these options! Medjool dates would be a fine substitute, though.

  3. These sound so good! I think I can actually get my daughter to eat healthy and like it with these!

  4. I love the raw balls because they are quick to put together and create quite a few servings that will last the week (I double the recipe). I enjoy these on my long runs as a great energy source due to the natural sugar.

  5. The only thing I can get the kids in my family to eat that is healthy! These don’t taste healthy they taste like they should be bad for you which is…good!

  6. My kids love these healthy treats and are begging for more. I will double my batch last time as another reviewer suggested ! I am a nut fanatic so I love the taste the macadamia nuts add. Very simple and easy recipe to throw together. Another recipe that deserves 10 stars!

  7. It was quick and easy to make. The tropical flavors were fitting this summer weather. It’s hard to resist eating more of these than I should.

  8. A yummy ball of dessert, quick and easy to make! A healthy one to make for the kids. This is good for career moms who are always away and busy!

  9. Can’t wait to try it! Looks so good plus healthy dessert. I think this gonna be my favorite snack!

  10. Absolutely delicious..! I made these balls yesterday it went so well. My husband and I can’t stop eating them. Love this recipe it’s quick, simple and easy.

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