5 Ingredient, Vegan and Super Delicious Coconut Balls covered in a Freeze-Dried Raspberries
Are you feeling like something sweet right now?
Because I do as matter of fact. Which is wierd cos mostly I feel like something salty. I love salty things. Popcorn, chips, fries, baked potatoes, even avocado bread with extra salt. Och. Can’t say No to that. If you wanna be a friend with me just give me or send me a bag of chips and we will be best friends immediately. Haha.
But right now I feel like a want something sweet (no idea what’s wrong with me). So that’s why I made those Coconut balls. And as a bonus, they are covered in a Crushed Freeze-Dried Raspberries. Gosh, that sounds … Try to say that five times faster. 😂
And no worries of making them. They are super simple, easy, really quick to make. Just around 30 minutes and you’re done. They are vegan, yummy and delicious, and so cute. I mean. Look at ’em.
Coconut Balls With Freeze Dried RaspberriesPrint Recipe
- 200g grated Coconut
- 2 tsp. Vanilla extract
- 80g Coconut Oil
- 3 Tbsp. Honey
- 20-40g Freeze-Dried Raspberries
Add the freeze-dried raspberries into a food processor and pulse a few times until the raspberries are crushed into almost powder texture. Add it into a bowl and set aside.
Add the grated coconut, honey, coconut oil, and vanilla extract into one bowl. Mix everything with your hands until well combined.
Using your hands squeeze the mixture into a small ball. Don't roll the ball. Just squeeze it in your hands into a ball shape. Cover the coconut ball with the freeze-dried raspberries using a spoon until the ball is completely covered with the raspberries. Continue with the rest of the mixture. You should have around 20 balls.
Place the balls on a baking sheet or a plate and put them into a fridge. Let them cool in a fridge for about 2 hours.
Those balls last in a fridge for a very long time. A week or even much longer. You can just grab them from a fridge anytime. The rest of the crushed raspberries you can use for anything: to the oatmeal, smoothies, or you can make some more coconut balls. Just store it in a cool dry place, so that they won't get wet. I store mine in a vacuum jar or a box.
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