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Raspberry Coconut Bliss Balls

Raspberry coconut bliss balls

These sweet raw bliss balls are a quick and easy treat to break up the chocolate overload this Easter. My kids named them ‘Easter Bunny tails’ when they helped me make them because apparently raspberry coconut bliss balls ‘sounds boring’.

Health benefits
Cashews are a great source of monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, and magnesium (nut-free variation below the main recipe). Anti-inflammatory properties and more antioxidants galore from nature’s candy ‘raspberries.’

70g (½ cup) cashew nuts (nut-free below)
80g (1 cup) desiccated coconut
½ cup frozen raspberries
2-3 tablespoons sweetener (rice malt syrup or maple syrup)
Zest of one lemon (optional)
¼ cup extra desiccated coconut to roll them in


  1. Grind your cashew nuts in a food processor (TMX 5 seconds, speed 7)
  2. Add the coconut, raspberries, sweetener and optional lemon zest.
  3. Mix to combine (TMX 10 seconds, speed 5).
  4. Roll into balls and then roll in more coconut if you like.
  5. Store in the freezer and serve from frozen. Enjoy!

Substitute the cashews with toasted sunflower seeds or rolled oats (grind as you would the nuts).

Choose rice malt syrup as your sweetener.

Can’t help but want chocolate? Add a tablespoon of cacao to make them choc-raspberry.

Store and serve
As with any raw treat, these don’t hold up to heat well. I always store them in the freezer and if packing in a lunchbox, pack from frozen and against and ice brick.

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Raspberry coconut bliss balls

  • Renee

    Hi Georgia, I just made a batch of these and oh my goodness they are the best!! I made mine with rolled oats and I did the chocolate raspberry version ???? thanks for the best recipes and my toddler is hanging off my legs for a third ball.

    • Glad you both liked them- they certainly are a great, easy and really tasty ball – your toddlers got good taste! G x

  • Bec

    These are yum! Thanks Georgia xx

  • Tricia Pierce

    Planning on making these for a gathering, can they be left at room tempt? 🙂
    Thank you!

    • Tricia you would have to serve them from the fridge or freezer – like any raw treat they will soften with exposure to heat G x

  • Lauren Williams

    Was just wondering on the calorie count on these bliss balls?

    • Hi Lauren, I’m not a fan of calorie counting (no value from a health perspective in my opinion) so I don’t know. I’m sure there are calorie counters online that you can calculate if that is important for you. G x

  • Holly Simpson

    Golly golly gosh! Just made these and can’t wait for them to firm up in the freezer, YUM! I didn’t have cashews so subbed for 2/3rd almonds and the rest macadamias. Georgia, this really REALLY needs to be made into an icecream!!! ?

    • Mmmmm – ice-cream? Now your talking! Glad you enjoyed G x

  • Andreza

    Made these this arvo. Winner! According to my husband they’re a new favourite and my 3yr old thought they were awesome! Thanks x
    Ps subbed the cashews for macadamias and added a tblsp of chia seeds. Delish.

    • Perfect – thrilled you all liked them Andreza, thanks for the feedback (and your subs, helps others who might not like/have cashews) G x

  • Shirley Mccombie

    Another winner 😋. I used mixed berries and a little less coconut. Thank you for another awesome recipe. X

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