Easy Peasy Sugar Free Raw balls

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This is variation of the Easy Peasy Sugar Free Cookies recipe that went viral when I posted it on my Facebook page. These Sugar Free raw balls are absolutely delicious, super easy and quick to make. You can also press the mixture into a tray to make a sugar free raw slice if balls aren’t your thing.

To make these safe for nut free zones at school, use toasted sesame seeds in place of the almond – perfect for school lunchboxes.

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Easy Peasy Sugar Free Raw balls

By June 23, 2013

This is variation of the Easy Peasy Sugar Free Cookies recipe that went viral when I posted it on my Facebook page. These Sugar Free raw balls are absolutely delicious, super easy and quick to make. You can also press the mixture into a tray to make a sugar free raw slice if balls aren't your thing.

Prep Time : 10 minutes. Yield : 25 Allergens : , , ,

Rating 4.05 stars - based on 20 review(s)

Ingredients

  • Dates - 1/2 cup (Medjool or fresh dates make this recipe much more delicious)
  • Desiccated Coconut - 1/2 cup
  • Oats - 1/2 cup (organic rolled oats are tastier and have better texture)
  • Almonds - 1/2 cup or toasted sesame seeds
  • Butter - 3 Tablespoons (Coconut Oil is great too and makes this dairy free / vegan)

Instructions

  • Process 1/2 cup of each oats, coconut, dates and almonds in a food processor until a crumb like texture
  • Add cold butter or coconut oil and process further to combine
  • The dough will hold it's shape when formed together
  • Simply roll into small balls and enjoy, rolling in extra coconut is optional
  • Store in an air tight container in the fridge for 2 weeks - they won't last that long though!
  • Enjoy xoxSha
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13 Responses to Easy Peasy Sugar Free Raw balls

  1. Courtney

    Just made a batch of these!!! Yummo! My kids love them too! Made them with the sesame seeds and coconut oil! Perfect!

    • Sha
      Sha

      That is so great! Thanks

  2. Lynsey

    These are amazing! This is such a great recipe it’s takes no time at all. My children loved them too. Looking forward to trying more of your recipes. Especially the pancakes.
    Thanks for sharing!

    • Sha
      Sha

      Thank you very much Lynsey – this is such a great recipe, I’m really glad you and the kids love the balls! Hope you enjoy other recipes, you can always subscribe to my newsletter if you want to have all of the new recipes emailed to you xoxSha

  3. Kylie

    Could I substitute the almond for something else to make them nut free? Any ideas? Thx!

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hello Kylie
      Absolutely, I must update the recipe. I just made them with toasted sesame seeds but extra coconut instead of almond is great too xoxSha

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  5. Sabfashionlab

    Made these with my kids today! They are really yummy! I can’t wait to try one of your other recipes.

    • Sha
      Sha

      Thanks

  6. Cheryl

    Excellent website!!

    I have tried to make the Raw Balls & Sugar Free Cookies but I cannot get them to stick together. I gave the recipes to a friend & she had the same problem. Any suggestions?

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hi Cheryl. Sorry they have not stuck for you yet but I do have a few ideas.

      1. If you are not using medjool dates then try soaking normal dates for a few minutes in hot water first.
      2. When you process the mix it is important to mix long enough for the natural oils to release
      3. The mix may be warm from all the processing and too oily so simply leave the whole mix in the fridge for a short while to harden up and make it easier to form into balls

      It will definitely work, but let me know if you have any further problems

      Sha

  7. Sheree Andersen

    How can i make these gluten free also?

    • Sha
      Sha

      You can try them with extra nuts and coconut instead of oats or maybe quinoa flakes. Enjoy

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