Lemon Berry Bliss Bites

Crisp and crunchy, subtly sweet, freeze dried strawberries or coconut flakes on the outside, blissfully soft, deliciously chewy, light, fresh, zesty lemon scented deliciousness on the inside. The perfect anytime treat!

Serves: 24

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Ingredients

Process

Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. Before you get started – If your dates are a little dry, I suggest you pop them into a small bowl or jug and pour over enough boiling water so they are completely submerged. Set aside for 5 minutes while you get your food processor out and gather up the rest of your ingredients and then when your ready simply pour out the water and proceed with the recipe as normal.
  2. Place cashews in your food processor/blender and pulse until it resembles a fine crumb, you want there to still be a few bigger chunks to give the bites some nice texture.
  3. Add dates, vanilla, lemon juice, zest and salt then process until the mixture starts to come together into a sticky “dough”.
  4. Add your freeze dried strawberries and process until combined.
  5. Using your hands, roll approx 1 Tablespoon of dough into little bite size balls then set aside.
  6. I feel like I should mention that when I make my bliss bites I tend to make them way smaller than the ones you see in stores or cafes. I prefer to make them on the smaller side because I like being able to just pop one in my mouth on the down low so I don’t have to share I can go about my business. I would say you would probably need 3 of my bliss bites to make up the size of one of those store bought/cafe/golf ball size bites. Feel free make them whatever size that tickles your fancy, just wanted to put that out there 🙂
  7. For the optional coating;
  8. Place your coconut and strawberry powder each into a separate plate or bowl (or even just a zip lock bag) then roll/toss your bliss bites through the either the coconut or strawberry powder until they have a nice light, even coating and set aside. Repeat until all bites are coated.
  9. Once your bites have their delicious little coconut or pretty pink strawberry powder coats on, transfer to your mouth an airtight container (or even just a ziplock bag) and store in the fridge
  10. Enjoy xo

Notes

1 - If your dates are a little dry, I suggest you pop them into a small bowl or jug and pour over enough boiling water so they are completely submerged. Set aside for 5 minutes while you get your food processor out and gather up the rest of your ingredients and then when your ready simply pour out the water and proceed with the recipe as normal. 2 - I feel like I should mention that when I make my bliss bites I tend to make them way smaller than the ones you see in stores or cafes. I prefer to make them on the smaller side because I like being able to just pop one in my mouth on the down low so I don’t have to share I can go about my business. I would say you would probably need 3 of my bliss bites to make up the size of one of those store bought/cafe/golf ball size bites. Feel free make them whatever size that tickles your fancy, just wanted to put that out there 🙂

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