When it comes to bliss balls, I know a lot of them require nuts, but these nut-free passionfruit bliss balls have all the flavour of nutty bliss balls, but are nut free, so safe for school!
They are also gluten free, dairy free and free from fuss. And they go in the FREE-zer so you don't have to worry about making 18 of them and eating within 3 days.
Passionfruit is such an awesome flavour and they are at their best at the end of the Aussie summer- so right now and are full of flavour, bursting with juice and delicious. Sure, you can just eat them as they come, but why not have some fun and use their amazing taste to make something even yummier?
These bliss balls are fudgey and yummy and hold together really well. Without any oats (you wouldn't believe the number of people who have complained about oats in my bliss balls!), they make for the perfect addition to the lunchbox or as an afternoon snack.
What other bliss balls are awesome for the lunchbox?
Why include bliss balls in the lunchbox?
- they are no bake
- easy to make
- freezer friendly
- bite sized to eat
- they fit in the treat spot
- they are cake-like but not cake
Seriously, when it comes to making stuff for the lunchbox, you cannot go wrong with these nut-free passionfruit bliss balls, they are perfect for making lunches more fun and adding a burst of delicious passionfruit flavour.
Can I use tinned passionfruit?
Of course! You need one small tin to make these! In fact this is a great option to have a burst of summer deliciousness even in winter, when they aren't in season.
Don't take my word for it, these fudgey little balls of yumminess will become a lunchbox favourite!
Nut free passionfruit bliss balls
- ¼ cup strained passionfruit pulp approximately 6 fresh passionfruit
- ½ cup shredded coconut
- ½ cup puffed rice not rice bubbles
- ½ cup coconut flour
- 1 tsp honey
- 2 tbsp coconut oil melted
- Using a sieve, strain the passionfruit. Discard the seeds and try to get as much juice as you can from the passionfruits.
- Add all the ingredients to a food processor and blitz until it is smooth and thick.
- Remove tablespoonfuls of the mixture and shape (not really roll- sort of press) into balls. Alternatively press into icecube trays.
- Set in the fridge for an hour.
- Freeze on a tray then transfer to a container