They super quick and easy to prepare coming together in less than 10 minutes.
Simply throw your ingredients into your trusty old food processor or blender and you’re pretty much done.
They are all natural made with no refined flours or sugars using just a handful of ingredients that I bet you have on hand already.
They are naturally vegan, gluten free and paleo friendly!
So much to love I tell you but, what I really think you’ll love the most is the taste . . .
These pistachio choc fudge bliss bites are simply divine!
They are decadent and rich without being overly sweet, they have that whole seriously satiating, salty-sweet thing going on and the contrast of textures between the fudgey chocolate center and the crisp and crunchy outer coating is so incredibly delicious that it may just knock your pretty little socks off!
Decadent, rich, deliciously chewy, seriously chocolaty and super fudgey on the inside with a crisp and crunchy, deliciously nutty, lightly salted pistachio coating on the outside.
Makes approx 20 decadent, rich, deliciously chewy, super fudgey, seriously chocolaty, bliss bites with a crisp and crunchy, deliciously nutty, lightly salted pistachios crumb.
1 cup raw almonds
3/4 cup medjool dates*
1 Tablespoon of cacao
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
A pinch of salt
1/4 cup pistachios, finely crushed
1 – Place almonds into your food processor/blender and pulse until crumbly, you want there to still be a few bigger chunks to give the bites some nice texture.
2 – Add dates and process until the mixture starts to come together into a sticky, loose “dough”.
3 – Add cacao, vanilla and salt then process again until well combined.
4 – Scoop approximately 1 Tablespoons of dough into your hands and roll bite size balls then set aside
5 – Place crushed pistachios onto a small plate or bowl and use a spoon to toss your chocolate fudge bites in the pistachio crumbs, gently press as you go until nicely coated.
6 – Repeat until all of your deliciously fudgey chocolate bliss bites have a crisp and crunchy pistachio coating