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I made these for the 1st time yesterday because my husband and I are trying to clean up our eating habits! I was able to make them in my Vitamix, even though the stickiness required a little more elbow grease on my part. Because of that, I left them a bit chunkier, and they turned out great!

This looks totally amazing. My mouth is watering. These look incredible — so fruity and the color is so rich! My only problem is stopping after just I just made them and they are in the freezer setting. It was a little bit harder for me through. Your video says do the dates first which would make sense. First time using a processor too. Anyway thank you tons! Shaped these into granola bars instead of balls — hommade lara bars!


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Way more delicious than I expected and whole30 compliant! Thanks for sharing!! This is a great recipe! I added a little bit of oat powder as well to have more energy. Thanks for the recipe! Love all the energy ball recipes. My kids and family love dates and mixing them with nuts chocolate or berries is bliss.

No additives just pressed dates. For those without a blender this is a great option to use for the date energy balls. Is this recipe using dry or soft dates, and the video directions is different then the written in saying to pulse the nuts to or A size then add fruit verses pulse dates to pea size then add blueberries and nuts.

I used soft dates and followed the written directions and the consistency was so sticky, it was unmanageable to roll into balls! All it did was stick heavily to my fingers and spoon.

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I had to freeze the mixture for a bit just to manage it. Also does the recipe measure a cup if dates chopped or whole? These Blueberry Muffin Balls deliver! Thank you Davidia! You are so spot on; everyone loves these balls, Loves Them! Is it possible to use almond flour or almond meal instead of grinding up nuts? And if so, would it still be one cup? Thanks so much! Can you I use a magic bullet blender instead of a food processor? Mine were so dry they were not sticky nor ball forming so I added some cream cheese.

They were fantastic. Hi — Please read through your post again from the perspective of someone trying to establish a healthy relationship with food in recovery. It is incredibly steeped in diet culture and food shaming. This post was originally published in when I was coming out of my own ED and was republished this year without it having been reviewed. Thank you for bringing to my attention. I can assure you it will be updated ASAP as it is not an accurate reflection of my life now or what I believe.

Thank you! I made these exactly as it said.

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Even used the food processor to mix it. My dried blueberries never broke down and mixed and turned the batter blue like it shows. They did taste amazing though! Could you use half nuts and half oats? My sister is allergic to cashews but not almonds. Also nuts can be a little pricey so I would like to try using some oats.

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You can just use almost or replace the cashews with another type of nut. Have you tried it with peanuts? My son is allergic to tree nuts but okay with peanuts. Or is there a better substitute you have found? Our son loves them, too! Print Blueberry Muffin Energy Balls. Instructions Add nuts to food processor. Process until nuts are pea-sized. Combine nuts with dates and dried blueberries and process until all ingredients have broken down and are a bit sticky. Add in lemon zest and juice and vanilla extract. Process until all ingredients come together to form 1 large sticky ball.

Roll into small balls and store in fridge for up to 1 week or in the freezer. Now check your email to confirm your subscription. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. First Name. Email Address. We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this in, you will be marked as a spammer. Dairy-free Gluten-free Paleo Vegan Vegetarian. You Might Also Like Mango Coconut Chia Pudding. Healthy Portable Egg Cups. Reply Sierra February 6, at pm Do you happen to know the protein, fat and carbs per ball or so?

Reply SMcGreg February 7, at pm I was wondering the same thing, do you have approximate nutrition info? Reply Davida Kugelmass February 9, at am Thanks for stopping by! Reply Alexandria December 7, at pm Do you have to put sea salt in these or will they be okay if i leave the salt out? Reply Davida Kugelmass December 7, at pm Totally fine if you leave it out!

Reply Sandra May 28, at pm oooh… I have a feeling these will become my new favourite energy bites, too! Reply Herryponting June 24, at am I have read repeatedly that Magnesium Malate may significantly reduce pain in people with Fibromyalgia by increasing muscle efficiency. Reply Carol July 22, at pm Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! Reply Dr oz green coffee February 12, at am Hi there! Reply Mirza October 9, at pm I think I would use them like my post workout snack couse I think that protein slow down the absorbtion of protein,thats why I am afraid to use them for preworkout snack.

Reply Jennifer May 17, at pm Is there any way to use frozen blueberries instead of dried? Reply Yari May 20, at am Can you recommend a substitute for the nuts, my son is allergic. Reply Davida Kugelmass May 20, at am You can use seeds in place of nuts! Reply Dan May 20, at am Hello Davida. Reply Page June 2, at pm these look wonderful! Reply Page June 2, at pm Sorry for the autocorrect.. Reply Davida Kugelmass June 2, at pm Totally safe! And awesome for bonaroo. Reply Ian Delaney March 8, at am These sticky blue balls are yummy.

Reply Davida Kugelmass October 18, at pm Those sound fabulous! Reply Anita March 8, at pm I just made these, subbing the blueberries with half raisins half cranberries. Reply Julie Trudeau March 10, at pm Hi! My kids and family love dates and mixing them with nuts chocolate or berries is bliss. No additives just pressed dates. For those without a blender this is a great option to use for the date energy balls. Is this recipe using dry or soft dates, and the video directions is different then the written in saying to pulse the nuts to or A size then add fruit verses pulse dates to pea size then add blueberries and nuts.

I used soft dates and followed the written directions and the consistency was so sticky, it was unmanageable to roll into balls! All it did was stick heavily to my fingers and spoon. I had to freeze the mixture for a bit just to manage it. Also does the recipe measure a cup if dates chopped or whole? These Blueberry Muffin Balls deliver!

Thank you Davidia! You are so spot on; everyone loves these balls, Loves Them! Is it possible to use almond flour or almond meal instead of grinding up nuts? And if so, would it still be one cup? Thanks so much! Can you I use a magic bullet blender instead of a food processor? Mine were so dry they were not sticky nor ball forming so I added some cream cheese. They were fantastic. Hi — Please read through your post again from the perspective of someone trying to establish a healthy relationship with food in recovery.

It is incredibly steeped in diet culture and food shaming. This post was originally published in when I was coming out of my own ED and was republished this year without it having been reviewed. Thank you for bringing to my attention. I can assure you it will be updated ASAP as it is not an accurate reflection of my life now or what I believe.

Thank you! I made these exactly as it said. Even used the food processor to mix it. My dried blueberries never broke down and mixed and turned the batter blue like it shows. They did taste amazing though! Could you use half nuts and half oats? My sister is allergic to cashews but not almonds. Also nuts can be a little pricey so I would like to try using some oats. You can just use almost or replace the cashews with another type of nut.

Have you tried it with peanuts? My son is allergic to tree nuts but okay with peanuts. Or is there a better substitute you have found? Our son loves them, too! Print Blueberry Muffin Energy Balls. Instructions Add nuts to food processor. Process until nuts are pea-sized. Combine nuts with dates and dried blueberries and process until all ingredients have broken down and are a bit sticky. Add in lemon zest and juice and vanilla extract. Process until all ingredients come together to form 1 large sticky ball.

Roll into small balls and store in fridge for up to 1 week or in the freezer. Now check your email to confirm your subscription. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. First Name. Email Address. We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this in, you will be marked as a spammer. Dairy-free Gluten-free Paleo Vegan Vegetarian.

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You Might Also Like Mango Coconut Chia Pudding. Healthy Portable Egg Cups. Reply Sierra February 6, at pm Do you happen to know the protein, fat and carbs per ball or so? Reply SMcGreg February 7, at pm I was wondering the same thing, do you have approximate nutrition info? Reply Davida Kugelmass February 9, at am Thanks for stopping by!

Reply Alexandria December 7, at pm Do you have to put sea salt in these or will they be okay if i leave the salt out? Reply Davida Kugelmass December 7, at pm Totally fine if you leave it out! Reply Sandra May 28, at pm oooh… I have a feeling these will become my new favourite energy bites, too! Reply Herryponting June 24, at am I have read repeatedly that Magnesium Malate may significantly reduce pain in people with Fibromyalgia by increasing muscle efficiency.

Reply Carol July 22, at pm Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! Reply Dr oz green coffee February 12, at am Hi there! Reply Mirza October 9, at pm I think I would use them like my post workout snack couse I think that protein slow down the absorbtion of protein,thats why I am afraid to use them for preworkout snack. Reply Jennifer May 17, at pm Is there any way to use frozen blueberries instead of dried? Reply Yari May 20, at am Can you recommend a substitute for the nuts, my son is allergic. Reply Davida Kugelmass May 20, at am You can use seeds in place of nuts!

Reply Dan May 20, at am Hello Davida. Reply Page June 2, at pm these look wonderful! Reply Page June 2, at pm Sorry for the autocorrect.. Reply Davida Kugelmass June 2, at pm Totally safe! And awesome for bonaroo.


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  • Reply Ian Delaney March 8, at am These sticky blue balls are yummy. Reply Davida Kugelmass October 18, at pm Those sound fabulous! Reply Anita March 8, at pm I just made these, subbing the blueberries with half raisins half cranberries. Reply Julie Trudeau March 10, at pm Hi! Reply Davida Kugelmass March 10, at pm tablespoon!

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    Reply Megan March 15, at pm Hi! Reply Rebecca August 18, at pm These were delicious and very easy to make.

    Reply Sarah Jane August 19, at am I made these for the 1st time yesterday because my husband and I are trying to clean up our eating habits! Reply Roshani Khanna September 3, at am Mmmmmm….. Reply Jan September 28, at pm These look incredible — so fruity and the color is so rich! Reply Maritza October 17, at pm Hey!

    Reply Riya Ahuja January 3, at am Oh my! Hubby would love this! Pinning now! Reply AC January 13, at pm Shaped these into granola bars instead of balls — hommade lara bars! So happy to hear that! Reply Susan Taylor January 21, at pm This is a great recipe! Keep enjoying all those balls! We shall also. Reply Jennicha House July 29, at pm Is this recipe using dry or soft dates, and the video directions is different then the written in saying to pulse the nuts to or A size then add fruit verses pulse dates to pea size then add blueberries and nuts.

    Reply Elise March 20, at am Hello! Reply paula April 2, at am Hi, can it be done with natural non-dried blueberries? They need to be dried for the recipe to work!