These delicious blackberry coconut raw energy balls are packed with raw cashew nuts, shredded coconut, dates and fresh blackberries! Perfect healthy, no bake, vegan quick snack or afternoon treat!
Blackberry Coconut Raw Energy Balls Recipe
Since I’ve made my first raw ball recipe – raw cacao chia balls, I’ve fallen in love with these healthy raw balls! It is probably one of the most popular recipes here and I received a lot of emails asking for more recipes like this.
So, here you have these crazy easy to make raw balls with a slightly twist of flavor and ingredients This new version featuring blackberries is packed of vitamin C. You can use just blackberries, substitute them with any favorite type of berries…or even better… try a mix between raspberries, blackberries and blueberries!
How to make raw energy balls?
It is super easy to make raw energy balls and they’ll be ready in 5 minutes. Just blend all four ingredients (berries, dates, raw almonds and shredded coconut) together in a food processor, roll into balls and coat with shredded coconut. That easy!
These blackberry coconut raw energy balls have turned out so perfect, incredibly tasty.
I usually place them in the freezer for 30 minutes max to cool down quickly and start devouring them! You can store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week.
- o 1 cup fresh blackberries or any type of berries
- o 250g/ 8.5oz Medjool dates
- o 60g/ 2oz raw almonds
- o 85g/ 3 oz shredded coconut plus some extra for rolling
Add raw almonds to the food processor and pulse until they are coarsely chopped.
Add the rest of the ingredients to the processor and mix on low speed for about 2 minutes (stop to scrape down sides if needed) until the ingredients come together to form a "sticky dough".
Using a teaspoon, scoop dough out of the food processor and using your hands roll it into small balls. Roll them in shredded coconut and set aside on a large plate.
Repeat the process until you finish all the dough.
Refrigerate before serving them! Store in an airtight container, in the fridge.
The ingredients need to be processed for at least 2 minutes. It will be a dry mix at first but will slowly start to stick together to form a dough. You can check it by taking a little of the mix in to your hand and squeezing it. If it holds or sticks together then it's ready. If it is already finely chopped but not holding together - add a little water while processing.