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Multi Coloured Bliss Balls

Updated: Jun 9, 2019

Food Production and Styling - Amber Houbara | Photography - Derek Simpson

The ultimate way to impress your guests on a movie night or as a kick ass dessert after an insane dinner you've whipped or even better - getting your kids to eat a healthy colourful treat...

colourful bliss balls!

Pick your favourite superfood from the list in the full guide of "COLOURING YOUR FOOD WITH SUPERFOODS" and lets begin!

Food Production and Styling - Amber Houbara | Photography - Derek Simpson


14 dates, soaked in water for a few hours or until tender

1/2 ripe banana, mashed

1 tsp of cinnamon

1/2 cup mix nuts

1 tsp powder of any kind (I used Pitaya and Blue spirulina from Rawnice)

coconut shreds for topping


mix all the ingredients in a food processor or blender

Place the coconut shreds in a plate or a chopping board

With wet hands, make small balls from the mixture and roll it on the coconut shreds to make them stick.

Freeze them in the freezer for at least 4 hours or over night and keep them in the freezer at all time before eating.

*If you want to make multiple colors, you can separate the ingredients into half or thirds, and process with the half amount or third amount of superfood powder.

you can play around with the amount of superfood colours in order to make stronger colours.

Food Production and Styling - Amber Houbara | Photography - Derek Simpson


This article is a part of the series

"Colouring Food with Superfoods"

A massive collaboration for X-net Magazine.

Amber Houbara

Travel, Food & Lifestyle Blogger.

production, recipes, writing, styling, photography


Liora Houbara

Dietitian MSc. Chinese Medicine & Herbs, Master N.L.P

nutritional and health facts about colours in food


Derek Simpson


Photography and help in styling (in the folder called Derek Simpson)



Superfood Powders


Royal Bali Ceramics



X-net magazine


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