Power balls

2018-12-08
Power balls

I don’t know a person who would not succumb to the charm of power balls. They are delicious, healthy, and most importantly – they always go. That’s why it’s worth experimenting, and you can easily change the given rules as you like. My power balls do not contain nuts, gluten or lactose, so they will appeal to even the most sensitive palates and stomachs!



Ingredients in the white version:

  • 100g of dry millet
  • 2,5 glasses of coconut milk
  • ½ cup of chufas flour (ground chufas)
  • 1 tablespoon of chufas oil
  • optional: several dates or maple syrup
  • coconut flakes for coating power balls
Ingredients in the brown version:
  • 100g of dry millet
  • 2,5 glasses of horchata
  • ½ cup of chufas flour (ground chufas)
  • 1 tablespoon of chufas oil
  • optional: several dates or maple syrup
  • coconut flakes for coating power balls
  • extra portion minced chufas for coating power balls

Ingredients in the dark version:
  • dates
  • ½ cup chia seeds
“Power balls are a great alternative to sweets and other snacks. Thanks to them, you do not have to fight temptations between meals!”

Execution white and brown versions:
  • Rinse the millet thoroughly.
  • Cook over low heat to absorb all milk.
  • After cooling, mix with the remaining ingredients and blend.
  • Form balls with wet hands and coat them in coconut chips or chufas.
  • Cool in the fridge.
  • We roll the power balls in coconut chips.

Performance of the dark version:
  • We get rid of date seeds. We pour them with warm water.
  • After 30 minutes, pour water.
  • Add the remaining ingredients, mix thoroughly.
  • We form balls with wet hands.
  • Cool in the fridge, min. 2 hours.
Enjoy your meal!
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