If your anything like me then you love chocolate! Here’s my take on a healthy natural way of creating chocolate energy balls. I love making this when I’m craving something sugary and chocolaty, but don’t want to feel bad about what I’m putting in my body.
- Natural cocoa powder
- almonds/cashews/sunflower seeds
- corn flower
Put oats, cocoa powder, and your choice of nuts into a bowl. Add water to the mix. Once everything is able to stick together, roll it into little balls. Put the bowl in the fridge for 45 minutes.
Whilst the mixture is in the fridge. Take the cocoa powder, and mix it with honey, and corn flower. Add little bit of water, but make sure that you don’t put too water because you still want the chocolate sauce to be thick.
Once your chocolate balls are ready, take them out the fridge and dip them in the the chocolate sauce.
Take the chocolate covered balls and put them back in the fridge for an extra hour. Let the chocolate sauce harden.
Now you’re ready to enjoy these deliciously healthy chocolate balls !
Looking for an easy healthy breakfast? Check out my last post on How to Make Cinnamon Apple Oatmeal
Learn to make this easy healthy breakfast you can prep the night before. This cinnamon apple oatmeal bowl is sure to keep you full for a busy.
Fall is just around the corner, and what better way to get into the season with a delicious cinnamon apple oatmeal bowl. Every time I think of fall I think of cinnamon! Cinnamon scented candles, cinnamon apple crumble, and of course one of my favorite cinnamon rolls!
When I was younger I wasn’t a fan of oats cause they tasted bland and boring. Then when I got onto high school that kinda changed. I went to boarding school and one of the few breakfast meals you could keep in your room without a fridge was instant oatmeal. That very quickly became something I turned to when I was running late for class. I think you can guess what flavor filled my drawers…yep, cinnamon apple!
Even thought I’m not in boring school anymore I still love to make this for breakfast, cause I always feel satisfied afterwards!
- 1-2 Apples
- Sunflower Seeds
- Step 1: Throw chopped up apple slices into a blender. Add a bit of water to help it blend. (Keep the blending setting on low to keep that thick texture)
- Step 2: Mix the blended apple with your oats
- Step 3: Add cinnamon to the mix, and mix everything together.
- Step 4: sprinkle strawberries, sunflower seeds, and almonds on top.
Pop the bowl in your fridge overnight, and you’ll be ready to eat a delicious breakfast when you wake up!
Check out my last post for a fast breakfast