• ½ cup wholegrain rolled oats
  • ½ cup ground almonds
  • 1 cup raisins
  • ¾ tsp Gregg’s Ground Mixed Spice
  • Zest from ½ orange
  • 1 Tbsp golden syrup
  • 2 Tbsp orange juice
  • 2 Tbsp fine desiccated coconut
  1. Place all ingredients (except coconut) into a food processor. Process until ingredients bind together. Roll into even sized balls. Roll balls in coconut. Store in a container in the fridge.

Top Tips

  • Leaving them in the fridge will allow the flavours to develop.
  • Raisins can be replaced with sultanas or cranberries if wished.
  • Replace golden syrup with runny honey.
  • A Healthy Pick serving for this recipe is 2 bliss balls.

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21 Ratings

Reviews (21)

Grant's Rating
Sherilyn's Review | Rating

I subbed the raisins for cranberries, and this was quite divine

Deborah's Review | Rating

These are so yum brings back childhood memories. Easy peasy to make.

Barbara's Review | Rating

These are really easy to make and afe yummy. Also yummy with dates instead of raisins. Loved them.

Ingrid's Review | Rating

So easy and made with ingredients that is always in the store cupboard. My husband who doesn't like bliss balls has been converted with this recipe, he also took some in his lunch box and gave some to work mates who asked for the recipe. A winner for sure.

Kay's Review | Rating

This recipe is similar to another I’ve been making for years so definitely trying this over Easter

Carolyn's Review | Rating

Used sultanas instead of raisins, and honey replaced golden syrup. Next time I might try dates.

Kirsten's Review | Rating

These are awesome, tried them today. So good to have in the fridge when needing a quick fix, just grabbing one out. Yum!

Tarsha's Review | Rating

Oh my Goodness these are so good. My kids loved helping me make these and they were so easy to make. And they didn't last long either so we have to make them again.

Alexandra's Review | Rating

Healthy tasty treat for my grandchildren in their lunch box.

Anne's Review | Rating

Yummy with a few chopped walnuts and yummy but a bit naughty if you add a few dark chocolate morsels.....

Kevin's Review | Rating

We all like them as a treat

Chris's Review | Rating

These Healthy Bliss Balls would be so much better than Smooshed Wholefood balls from the Tasti brand, because they are so easy to make and are better for you and the kids.

Shona's Review | Rating


Karen's Review | Rating

Yummy. Great to put in the lunch box.

Goldie's Rating
Dianne's Review | Rating

I added dark choc chips plus some cocoa to make go bit further.

Kay's Review | Rating

after reading the other comments on here I just had to try them too. YUM they are so good and they are not going to last long. Very easy and quick to make. Next time I think I will try adding the cranberries and maybe some dark chocolate chips as others on here have suggested. Definitely a keeper!

Katherine Handley's Review | Rating

Really nice and fun to make I added chocolate chips to mine but I love the orange flavour so easy and fast definitely making these again

Jaime Ward's Review | Rating

Used cranberries and honey instead and they’re oh so good.

Navneet Kaur Chadha's Rating