How to Make Healthy Easter Chocolate Bliss Balls

Easter Chocolate Bliss Balls

The truth is, its hard to avoid all the Easter chocolate isn’t it?  Despite the deliciousness, I do know that Easter eggs are jam packed with calories and it is very hard to stop at just one, especially the little teeny tiny ones.

Enter the Easter Chocolate Bliss Ball. The concept of ‘balls’ have become very popular over the last few years and it is very common to see them adorning the glass display cabinets of many a cafe.  The thing is, although the ingredients in these so called ‘healthy and natural’ treats, may look good on paper they still contain a bunch of calories and are not actually healthy.

Todays recipe is my own for Easter Chocolate Bliss Balls and a modification on my Festive Chocolate Balls (which may contain a little alcohol…). These guys are so quick and easy and make the perfect Easter chocolate gift. If there are any left of course. These balls are high in fibre and a great source of healthy fats and antioxidants too.

Easter Chocolate Bliss Balls


10 Medjool dates + 8 dried apricots
2 tablespoons cacao powder
2 tablespoons desiccated coconut
1 cup raw hazelnuts or mixed seeds (sunflower, pumpkin) or
1 tablespoon chia seeds


Throw ingredients into a food processor and blitz for a few minutes until nicely combined and sticky. Make tablespoons of the mixture into balls, roll in extra shredded coconut and enjoy.

Wishing you all a safe and hoppy Easter!


  1. Marilyn Sunderland says:

    Hello Julie, Happy New Year ….. Shortly before Christmas, perhaps your last session on 6pr, you spoke about writing a letter to yourself rather than a list of resolutions. I loved the idea but was driving at the time and cannot remember the fellow whose idea it was. Can you enlighten me?
    Kind regards

  2. Julie Meek - Performance Specialist says:

    Hi Marilyn, great idea! I actually wrote about it in a post last year too and you can find it here at

    Enjoy the process, its a good one.

    Best wishes

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