Because of the fact that the heat wave continues, I try to avoid to turn on my oven but still have the desire to “bake” or at least “create” something in the kitchen.
So excited to try bliss balls! I’ve already tried them as a dessert but now figured out that I like them even more as a topping on my oats. Carbs on carbs or as I like to call it.
the Oatmeal inception
These may be the easiest bliss balls around…not to mention the healthiest!
But the fascinating thing about bliss balls is not only that they are ridiculously easy to make but more that you can change the whole flavor by adding new ingredients and combining new flavors.
You can decide on the dryness of the balls and accordingly add more or less “liquid” ingredients. Combining the Oat bliss balls with the fruits and topping of the actual oatmeal is like really Yummi! Oh..and another thing. If you are not feeling comfortable with having “that much oatmeal”, make yourself a thick smoothie (thick because otherwise the balls will go on a diving tour in your bowl) and top your smoothie with the oat bliss balls.
Have fun experimenting!
1/2 cup oats
1/3 cup white almond butter
2 tbsp raw agave syrup
2 tbsp almond milk
(1 tbsp Lucuma powder) totally optional, feel free to add other superfoods you like
3 tbs dark chocolate chips
Mix everything together in a medium bowl and roll the balls. Makes around 5-8 balls depends on the size you want to have them.
You can keep the in the fridge for 2 days. but believe me they might be gone in one sitting!