4 Ingredient Bliss Balls – Vegan

Everyone loves a rich and decadent bliss ball. Or multiple bliss balls if you’re feeling adventurous. So today I’m bringing you some awesome 4 ingredient bliss balls. Four simple ingredients that I’m pretty sure almost everyone has in their kitchen. But if you don’t, then you should stock up on them for emergencies just like this one.

There are many beautiful things that you can do with bliss balls. They’re a great snack and are easily transportable. You can take them to work or wherever you’re going for the day and snack on them whenever the mood strikes. You could also throw them on top of your oatmeal or banana ice cream for some added chocolatey goodness. Really, the possibilities are endless. Get creative with them!

I love these because they are so easy to make! They’re basically impossible to mess up and you can have them done in 20 minutes. Making a big batch at the beginning of the week for quick and easy snacking is a great idea but I can’t promise that they’ll last too long!

4 Ingredient Bliss Balls

makes 10-12 medium sized bliss balls

1 cup dates
1/2 cup oats
2 tablespoons cacao powder
2 tablespoons maple syrup

Blend together all ingredients in blender or food processor. Remove from blender. Let chill in fridge for 20-30 minutes to make the dough easier to roll. Roll into medium sized balls. Top with cacao powder, coconut, or any other topping desired. Serve, enjoy!

4 responses to “4 Ingredient Bliss Balls – Vegan”

  1. Woohoo! This looks super easy and yummy. I have been looking for a good bliss ball recipe to try, and I think I’ve finally found it. I can know what I’ll be making this weekend . . . Thanks!


    1. Yay! Thank you Felicity, I hope that you enjoy đŸ™‚


  2. Made these. They were yummy! Thank you.


  3. […] the time we got into the city I was starving. I snacked on bliss balls during the drive. But it just wasn’t enough. I navigated us straight from Penn Station to […]


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