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Power Up Bliss Balls
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Make ahead, freeze, then grab and go for an easy breakfast. 


Ingredients
1 cup
packed medjool dates, about 12 dates
12 cup
nut butter such as natural peanut butter, almond, or nut-free alternative
12 cup
hemp hearts
2 scoops
package (one or another):
4 tbsp
milk, or dairy-free alternative

Toppings (optional): Summer Berry Sweet Dip Mix or shredded coconut. 

Epicure is committed to offering premium food products that encourage healthy eating and culinary exploration. Our range includes spices, seasonings, meal kits, and cookware for easy and nutritious home cooking. As part of our value proposition, we prioritize ethical sourcing and sustainability while also providing gluten-free and allergen-friendly options.

This product is:

Gluten Free
Non-GMO project verified
Nut free (excludes coconut)

KNOW MORE ABOUT ALLERGENS →

Preparation
  1. Remove pits from dates; coarsely chop. Place dates, nut butter, hemp hearts, protein powder, and milk in a food processor. Pulse just until combined and dough is slightly sticky, about 20–30 sec.
  2. Portion dough into 12 balls; roll in desired toppings.
  3. Refrigerate up to 5 days or freeze up to 2 months.
Tips

Are you a chocoholic? For an extra fudgy kick, add 1 tbsp cocoa powder when blending.

For easy portioning, use a small ice cream scoop to form balls.

Use soy or almond milk for a dairy-free alternative.

Perfectly Balance Your Plate

This is a perfectly balanced plate. 

Nutritional Information

Per serving (2 balls): Calories 390, Fat 17 g (Saturated 2.5 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 135 mg, Carbohydrate 44 g (Fibre 6 g, Sugars 34 g), Protein 17 g.

Power Up Bliss Balls
12 min
12 balls
$2.77/serving
What you'll need
Power Up Chocolate Protein BlendPower Up Chocolate Protein Blend
Power Up Chocolate Protein Blend
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Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend
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HomeRecipesPower Up Bliss Balls
Power Up Bliss Balls
Recipe description
Power Up Bliss Balls
Share it!

Ingredients
1 cup
packed medjool dates, about 12 dates
12 cup
nut butter such as natural peanut butter, almond, or nut-free alternative
12 cup
hemp hearts
2 scoops
package (one or another):
4 tbsp
milk, or dairy-free alternative

Toppings (optional): Summer Berry Sweet Dip Mix or shredded coconut. 

12 min
12 balls
$2.77/serving

Epicure is committed to offering premium food products that encourage healthy eating and culinary exploration. Our range includes spices, seasonings, meal kits, and cookware for easy and nutritious home cooking. As part of our value proposition, we prioritize ethical sourcing and sustainability while also providing gluten-free and allergen-friendly options.

This product is:

Gluten Free
Non-GMO project verified
Nut free (excludes coconut)

KNOW MORE ABOUT ALLERGENS →

Preparation
  1. Remove pits from dates; coarsely chop. Place dates, nut butter, hemp hearts, protein powder, and milk in a food processor. Pulse just until combined and dough is slightly sticky, about 20–30 sec.
  2. Portion dough into 12 balls; roll in desired toppings.
  3. Refrigerate up to 5 days or freeze up to 2 months.
What you'll need
Power Up Chocolate Protein BlendPower Up Chocolate Protein Blend
Power Up Chocolate Protein Blend
73 Reviews
$59.95
Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend
Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend
67 Reviews
$59.95
Tips

Are you a chocoholic? For an extra fudgy kick, add 1 tbsp cocoa powder when blending.

For easy portioning, use a small ice cream scoop to form balls.

Use soy or almond milk for a dairy-free alternative.

Perfectly Balance Your Plate

This is a perfectly balanced plate. 

Nutritional Information

Per serving (2 balls): Calories 390, Fat 17 g (Saturated 2.5 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 135 mg, Carbohydrate 44 g (Fibre 6 g, Sugars 34 g), Protein 17 g.