Crunchy paleo caveman’s balls are packed with nut butters and chia seeds. They’re quick to make and easy to change the flavour to your liking. They are unlike most paleo balls or bliss balls which are usually made with medjool dates or other dried fruit in the false belief that makes it sugar free.
These are little balls of happiness made with healthy fats, nuts, coconut and chia.
I try to make all of my recipes as adaptable as possible. With these Caveman’s Balls you can change the nut butter to whichever nut butter you like the most – cashew, almond, tahini etc, add flavours such as orange zest, mint, almond essence and roll in coconut, crushed pistachios, or cocoa.Have you tried caveman's balls yet? Take a look.Click To Tweet
Caveman’s Balls are made with coconut oil, but if you are not strictly paleo, you can use butter for a richer flavour. What combination would you make?
TOP TIP – make the Caveman’s Balls then roll in coconut, cocoa powder, crushed pistachios, or even almond flakes.
Caveman's balls (or call them what you will) are a perfect antidote to bliss balls that are full of dried fruit (which is nothing more than dried sugar). Crunchy, chocolatey, coconut balls that are a nice little sweet treat.
Blend all the ingredients together in the food processor or use a stick blender with the blade attachment.
Roll into balls and place on a plate.
Refrigerate then roll in coconut, nuts or cocoa powder.
All measurements can be approximated then adjusted to your taste.
Here are a selection of other sweet treats that are low carb, no added sugar and grain free.
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