lemon millet bliss balls

Authorali
DifficultyBeginner

Description:
I love these little hard-to-name nibbles, because they are fast, throw-it-all-in-a-food-processor easy, only require 5 (maybe 6) ingredients, and are completely fruit sweetened! I never know what to name recipes like this. Bites are really for teeth. Truffles are really for chocolate. I once called them cake un-pops, but that takes too much explaining.
Lemon millet bliss balls
Bites. Balls. Truffles. Bliss balls. Date balls. Energy balls. Little spheres of snacking. Little orbs of awesome. I never know what to name recipes like this. Bites are really for teeth. Truffles are really for chocolate. I once called them cake un-pops, but that takes too much explaining. Balls are the most accurate description, but not very appetizing. I usually opt for bites, but today bliss balls just felt better because they are lemon bliss.

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time6 minsCook Time14 minsTotal Time20 mins
 One cup Piarom dates, pitted
 One cup cooked millet
 One cup oat flour
 Juice of one-half a lemon
 Zest of one lemon
 2 tbsp coconut milk powder (optional)
1

Combine everything except the coconut milk powder in a food processor.

2

Process until it clumps together.

3

Roll into 12 balls.

4

Roll each in the coconut milk powder (or shredded coconut).

5

Refrigerate for at least 2 hours until firm. Keep in the fridge.

Ingredients

 One cup Piarom dates, pitted
 One cup cooked millet
 One cup oat flour
 Juice of one-half a lemon
 Zest of one lemon
 2 tbsp coconut milk powder (optional)

Directions

1

Combine everything except the coconut milk powder in a food processor.

2

Process until it clumps together.

3

Roll into 12 balls.

4

Roll each in the coconut milk powder (or shredded coconut).

5

Refrigerate for at least 2 hours until firm. Keep in the fridge.

lemon millet bliss balls

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