Date Coconut Energy Balls

Date Coconut Energy Balls

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for about 15 balls

As the name suggests, there are many good things in these little balls. Dates sweeten naturally and, thanks to their high content of potassium, lower blood pressure. Nuts provide healthy fats, oatmeal good fiber to keep us full for a long time.


  • 30g desiccated coconut
  • 50g almonds (blanched)
  • 100g apricots (dried, pitted)
  • 120g dates (pitted)
  • 25g tender oat flakes
  • 15g rice syrup
  • 20g coconut oil


Roughly chop the almonds in the Design Mini Chopper Plus. Roast these together with the coconut flakes in a pan without oil until golden brown. Then let it cool down.

Now put the remaining ingredients in the Design Mini Chopper Plus. Also add the cooled coconut flake nut mixture. Now chop everything into a homogeneous mass.

Separate small portions from the mass with the help of a teaspoon. Shape these into about 15 balls with your hands. If you like, you can roll the finished balls in desiccated coconut.

If the Energy Balls are kept airtight in the refrigerator, they will keep for a few days.

Design Mini Chopper Plus

264.00 AED
Mini Chopper Plus, Extremely Versatile: Cuts and Chops Fruits, Vegetable, Meat, Fish and Nuts within Seconds
  • 1.2 liter glass container with handles, lid, and non-slip feet
  • Extremely versatile
  • Blade set with 3 stainless steel sickle blades