Bliss balls with peanut butter core
Peanut Butter core:
3 tablespoons peanut butter
2 tablespoon maple syrup
1 teaspoon coconut sugar
3 tablespoons Almond protein powder, or almond flour
100g dried dates
50g roasted peanut
Little bit Cinnamon and cocoa powder
2 tablespoons almond protein powder, instead you can use almond flour as well, or oat flour.
1 tablespoon peanut butter
For the core, mix all the ingredients together. At the end, you have a dough.
Next step, put the dates in bowl with full of water and rest just for 2 hours. After mix it with a mixture till It is smooth. Mix the peanuts too and add it and all the other ingredients like almond protein powder, peanut butter, cinnamon and cocoa powder. Mix it.
Take a little bit from the bliss dough and roll it out with you hands, add little bit from the peanut butter dough and roll twirl. You can decorate with coconut, cocoa powder, or with roasted peanuts, from the mixture, if you have a rest.
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