Coconut balls
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Chrono Coconut Balls – our favorite sweetness



The combination of coconut and chocolate is one of our favorite sweetness. Somehow we automatically send to some distant exotic sea. That’s why especially enjoy snacks that combine these two flavors precisely. And when the sweet treats it, as you already know, and sparrows on a branch, like those that are quick to make and does not take a lot of time, even if you love sugars. That’s why I bring you the recipe for good balls that you can eat without remorse.

Will spare us standing next to the cooker we have a bull’s eye.

Probably everyone who likes sweet takes care of surplus weight, because of too many

Coconut Balls

100 g roasted almondsCoconut balls
100 g roasted hazelnuts
280 g chocolate with 70% cocoa
3-4 tablespoons coconut oil
20-24 of purified fresh dates
Coconut flakes for rolling (if you desired)

100 g of raw nuts

At first, grind all nuts in the food processor. Don’t worry if there are some slightly bigger slice. Place the soaked dates into a food processor and blend until smooth.

Steam melt chocolate and coconut oil and add it to the mixture- greasing up hands to form balls and roll in the coconut.

Coconut balls can eat immediately, but they are much better if you firm up in the fridge for an hour or overnight.Coconut balls

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These balls disappear just as fast as I put them out. They’re a snap to whip up and make a beautiful presentation on any holiday cookie plate.

I am so addicted to this no-bake coconut balls recipe. You know I don’t eat much sugar – even the healthy one – and those are safe to eat in moderation as they do not contain many carbs and they are refined sugar-free!


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  1. These coconut balls look so delicious and with all those ingredients, they are nutritious too. I absolutely love coconut. Matter of fact, it is one of my favorite foods. I definitely will make some of these coconut balls this weekend. It’s going to be hard for me to resist eating several. What’s your suggestion for portion size?

    1. Hi Carol,
      I don’t advise you to eat too much because it may hurt your belly. Although, it is hard to resist because it is delicious.

  2. Yummy! Yummie! Yummeee!
    This is definitely worth a try. Oops, I always thought coconut chocolate balls requires some magical and difficult methods to make.
    Thanks to this straight-to-the-point and well-detailed article of yours I can always enjoy this lovely sweet treats from the comfort of my kitchen and home.

    Exciting mode activated… Cheers!

  3. Oh, yum! I don’t have coconut oil or hazelnuts but I’m going to use what I have on hand and try to make something similar. 🙂 I have been putting coconut and walnuts in my oatmeal in the morning and sometimes add dates for sweetness. I always have chocolate on hand! It’s good in oatmeal, too. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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