Snickers Superfood Balls 🍫🥜
Quick, easy Snickers Bliss Superfood balls. I think these are the best balls I’ve ever made. I’m just saying, you’re gonna want to try them. These are satisfying all my cravings right now and taste just like a snickers candy bar. Maybe 2020 should eat a snickers. Raw, vegan, gluten free snickers superfood balls. See the recipes below!
You can sub the ingredients in this recipe for what you have available but I highly recommend these products. They are quality and you can taste the difference with the honey and cacao powder. You always want to go for RAW honey. If its not raw normally it has been heated and all the thing that make honey so great are killed during the process :(.
Karen Berrios Cacao powder if the purest I've found. Her brand is certified vegan and sourced directly from Peru where the most quality superfoods are found.
The importance of cacao vs cocoa is similar to honey.
Cacao is in its raw form and when consuming you'll be getting all the amazing benegits of cacao powder like, essential minerals, antioxiendts, mood enhancement, skin health, aid in weight loss. On the other hand, cocoa powder is processed and heated, stripping most of the beneficial properties (minerals, vitamins and antioxidants) leaving sugar, hydrogenated inflammatory oils and no nutrient benefit behind.
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1 cup cashews
1/2 cup roasted peanuts + 1/4 cup roasted peanuts for topping
6 tablespoons honey peanut butter (or regular PB)
2 tbsp @beekeepers_naturals cacao superfood honey (any honey will work but this give it extra chocolate flavor)
3 tbsp @shopkarenberrios cacao powder
2 tsp maca powder (optional)
1 tsp vanilla extract
Dash of sea salt
First, pulse 1/4 cup of peanuts in food processor until small chunks form, set aside.
Place all other ingredients in food processor and pulse until mixture is combined. There will still be some clumps from the nuts.. Roll mixture into balls and then roll in crushed peanuts to coat.
Store in fridge for 1-2 weeks
Makes about 12
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