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Superhero Balls

 

Do you know what would happen if you took some of the most powerful, nutrient dense, amazing foods available to us on this planet and rolled them all together? You get superhero-worthy balls.

In addition to using Spirulina to turn your bread green and Hulk-like, an easy peezy solution is to roll all this goodness together into spoonfuls of power-packed nutrition. Icing on the cake, or cacao bean on the hemp seed as the case may be, is that they are the best tasting experiment I have come up with in ages. And they're raw raw raw.

You definitely don't have to stick to my recipe as I definitely didn't stick to his. Use the foods you have around.

My balls are slightly nutty tasting thanks to the hemp, a little sweet with the honey and goji, rich and smooth with the ground cacao and unrefined, cold pressed coconut oil, a touch salty with the sea salt and have a crispy, crunchiness with the chia seeds. The vanilla bean is simply gold and the spirulina, well, that carries the energy power of pure sunlight. Seriously, if a superhero had balls for a snack, these would be them...

If I were a superhero, I would be Bowel Betty, keeping people happy and healthy through regularity. Wait a second, I am very busy keeping people happy and healthy through regularity. Just call me Bowel Betty.

Now, as you whip up your Superhero Balls,  finish this sentence: If I were a superhero, I would be________________, and my super-power would be___________________. (And post below if you like)

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Superhero Balls

by Meghan Telpner

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: None

Keywords: food processor freezer snack dessert dairy-free gluten-free nut-free soy-free vegetarian cacao goji berries hemp seeds whole food

 

Ingredients (8-10)

  • 1/2 cup raw cacao, ground
  • 1/4 cup goji berries, ground
  • 1/4 cup hemp seeds, ground or whole
  • 2 Tbs coconut oil
  • 2 Tbs raw honey
  • 2 Tbs Spirulina
  • 1 Tbs Rice Bran (it should be the white and finely ground variety)
  • 1 Tbs Chia Seeds
  • pinch of sea salt
  • inside of one vanilla bean or 1/4 tsp vanilla extract

Instructions

Mix all ingredients together thoroughly.

Roll roughly 1 Tbs worth of mixture in balls.

Freeze for 15-20 minutes and enjoy!

37 Responses to “Superhero Balls”

  1. [...] so much. I often go for super powered smoothies, the water and meat of one young coconut nut and a Superhero Ball, or steamed veggies with hemp-seeds. There are also mornings that I just want something a little [...]
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  3. Mary Horowitz said…
    Love, love, love these little balls! 1-2 totally hit the spot for me, and I'll definitely be eating them long after the fab detox ends.
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  5. Why Snack? « said…
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  7. Rebecca Turner said…
    How many does this recipe make?
  8. Rebecca said…
    AH I can't find rice bran!!!! What else could I use? Please psychically look in my pantry and tell me what I could use, thanks. haha
    • Meghan Telpner said…
      Just leave it out. Is that in your pantry? :)
      • Rebecca said…
        Yep, I've got tons of that! Thanks for the speedy reply! You wouldn't use corn flour instead by chance? I also have that. Flax meal? I'd love to get some of that in there. Thanks for the recipe! I can't wait to try it out.
  9. susannebrandt said…
    Love these! I substituted raw cocoa nibs for the powdered cocoa and replaced rice bran for rice crisps (organic, unsweetened). The consistency was crumbling, the freezing worked well holding everything together. Taste is spicy (from the delicious unsweetened nibs). Love the crunch and even the slightly earthy aftertaste from the Goji berry/Spirulina combination. Fit for superhero ladies of all ages.
  10. Rachel said…
    Could I sub wheatgrass powder for spirulina or would that totally change the taste, that's just what I have in the house, also where do you buy most of your goji berries, they aren't cheap

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