Salted Caramel always sounds good, especially if it’s healthy then. Today it’s going to be super healthy and delicious and I’m excited to share this recipe with you. The special feature is the roasted cashews, which give these fudgy little balls an irresistible taste. Straight out of the fridge, I couldn’t think of a better snack. There are already some Bliss Balls recipes on my site, but these little beauties are a special highlight.
Healthy vegan Bliss Balls
Bliss Balls or Energy Balls are one of my favorite snacks, along with stuffed dates. Simple and quickly rolled, they provide you not only with energy, but with the most valuable nutrients. Here, the dates are particularly noteworthy, which are actually already a candy of nature without anything.
- Rich in valuable dietary fiber
- Naturally high glucose content of 60-70%, ideal healthy energy dispenser
- Rich in minerals, such as iron, folic acid, zinc and potassium
- contain the amino acid tryptophan, precursor of the sleep hormone melatonin
- rich in valuable vitamins
vegan salted caramel
Our sweet beauties are made quickly and easily. Preheat oven and gently roast cashews in it. Off into the blender and grind to a fine nut flour. Pit dates and add to cashews along with shredded coconut, salt, and bourbon vanilla. Mix everything together to form an even dough that is easy to roll.
TIP: If dates are not soft enough, soak in hot water about 15 minutes before processing or add a small sip of hot water while blending.
By the way, cashews roasted also taste just incredibly good without anything! To do this, simply roast the cashews in the preheated oven (140 degrees convection or 160 degrees top-bottom heat) for 15 minutes.
If you’re not in the mood for Salted Caramel today, I highly recommend the following delicious Bliss Balls or Energy Balls:
- Banana Matcha Bliss Balls
- Energy Balls with walnuts and cinnamon
- Chocolate Blueberry Energy Balls
- Chocolate Coconut Energy Balls
- Healthy caramel sweets
- Chocolate protein truffle
- Cookie Snack Bites
- Nutella Bites
Get started with these delicious vegan snacks. I hope you enjoy the reel and of course about a review at the bottom of this page. If you post a picture, use the hashtag #veganevibes.
Salted Caramel Bliss Balls
- If dates are very hard, soak in hot water for 15 minutes before processing and strain. For high quality Medjool dates, this step can be ignored as the dates are usually soft enough.288 g Medijool dates
- Preheat oven to 140 degrees convection (160 degrees (upper-lower heat) and spread cashews on a baking sheet (with permanent baking mat or baking paper).80 g Cashews
- Place in the oven and roast for 15 until they have turned a light brown color.
- Remove from oven and place in blender while still hot.
- Grind to a fine flour.
- Add dates and shredded coconut and blend until a uniform dough is formed. This should be slightly sticky, but not too dry.40 g Coconut shavings, 1 strong pinch of sea salt
- TIP: Be sure to mix long enough for the dough to form a lump. This may take a few minutes depending on the blender.
- With wet hands, form 12 balls weighing about 30g. If you roll by hand, moisten the palms of your hands a little.
- TIP: Let Bliss Balls soak in the refrigerator for one night, then they become really delicious. Straight from the fridge they are best.
- Place remaining bars in a resealable box and store in refrigerator or freezer. In the refrigerator they last about 1 week, in the freezer up to 4 weeks.