Recipes

10 Bliss Balls Under 100 Calories

Having yummy snacks that are healthy on hand when following a weight loss plan is essential.

At the Healthy Mummy we LOVE bliss balls, so we’ve gathered 10 of our favourite Bliss Ball recipes that you can enjoy throughout the day, all the while knowing they are low in calories, sugar and saturated fats.

10 bliss ball recipes under 100 calories

The great news is they are all under 100 calories per serve so will not derail you from your healthy eating plan.

1.  Chocolate Heaven Bliss Balls – 91 Calories

Every bit as chocolatey as they look, these chocolate heaven bliss balls are a MUST have recipe to have on hand when following a healthy eating plan.  The are a chocolate lover’s dream and guaranteed to satisfy even the sweetest tooth without any guilt.

The whole family will love them too!

chocolate heaven bliss balls

2.  Banana Bread Bliss Balls – 51 Calories

One of our Motivating Mums, Ash Petroff, has made us these amazing banana bread bliss balls.  We LOVE banana bread, but it’s not always the best choice of snack when sticking to a healthy weight loss plan, so we were super excited to give these a try.

banana bread bliss balls

3.  Raspberry Bomb Bliss Balls – 72 Calories

These raspberry bomb bliss balls are high in antioxidants such as Vitamin C, quercetin and gallic acid. They all help fight against cancer, heart and circulatory disease and age-related decline they are great for your health and losing baby weight. Also their rich colour and their sweet but tart flavour make them perfect for desserts!

raspberry bomb bliss balls

4.  Weetbix Choc Balls – 77 Calories

Tasheena Snow shares her delicious Weetbix Choc Balls with us.  At only 77 calories each they’re a perfect guilt free chocolate snack.

Tasheena made these with whatever she had left in the house when she was craving something sweet.  Following the Healthy Mummy 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge for 21 months and losing over 44kgs has taught her how to make so many delicious recipes from scratch.

Chocolate Weetbix Balls

5.  Coconut Minty Bliss Balls – 67 calories each

The coconut minty bliss balls would make the perfect healthy alternative to an after dinner mint.  Except we would eat them after any meal, they’re so yummy. These delicious coconut minty bliss balls are only 67 calories each – too good not to make.

White choc and mint bliss balls

6.  Healthy Nutella Bliss Balls – 90 calories

These Nutella bliss balls are super creative, mouthwatering and healthy twist on dipping a teaspoon into a jar of Nutella.  As always they can be included into our healthy eating plans GUILT FREE!

Healthy “Nutella” Bliss Balls

7.  Choc Dipped Peanut Butter Balls (91 Calories)

These Choc Dipped Peanut Butter Balls are mouthfuls of heaven! Cashews, rolled oats and peanut butter combine for a satisfying indulgence and all for under 100 calories.  Heaven!!

Choc Dipped Peanut Butter Bliss Balls

8.  Carrot Cake Bliss Balls – 77 Calories

Thank you to Nikola for sending in her bliss balls recipe for us all to try – they taste fantastic!

These carrot cake bliss balls are quick, easy and PACKED FULL of healthy nutritious ingredients- perfect for a healthy treat and can be enjoyed on any healthy eating plan.

Carrot Cake Bliss Balls

9.  Healthy Mint Cream Bliss Balls – 85 Calories

These impressive-looking mint cream bliss balls will go down a treat at a morning tea, or served for dessert with a gathering of friends. They’re too good to hide away! You might need to make double quantity though, because I can’t see them lasting long!

Healthy Mint Cream Bliss Balls

10.  Healthy Rocky Road Bliss Balls (75 Calories)

So far, out of all the delicious Healthy Mummy bliss ball recipes, these are by far our favourite.  Saving the best until last AND at just 63 calories each, how could you possibly resist these healthy rocky road balls.  You neeeeeeed them in your weight loss plan.

healthy rocky road bliss balls

ENJOY!!

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Robyn De Beer

Robyn is a mum to three gorgeous kids, two girls and a boy. When she is not sourcing fabulous content for you to read, she is juggling mum life, and enjoying life on Sydney's Northern Beaches.

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