This recipe is the perfect addition to a party, gathering or lunchbox. The bliss balls can be used as a light starter or work well as a dessert with some coconut yogurt. The balls contain high amounts of dietary fibre, a good source of magnesium, and slow-releasing carbohydrates. If you are like us and have a surplus of lemons every year grown in your garden then this lemon cheesecake bliss balls recipe will put your lemons to good use. The recipe also works well as a tasty snack for children and because they are nut-free, they are great for school lunchboxes. For more tasty bliss ball recipes please view our top 10 bliss ball recipe page.
Lemon Cheesecake Bliss Balls Recipe
Ingredients (makes 8 balls).
1 cup of soaked dates (soak in warm water first for 10mins)
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