At around 3 o’clock EVERY afternoon without fail, my two boys will start telling (whinging) me that they are hungry. As we have a pretty early dinner (around 4.45 – 5.00) I don’t want them to eat anything too substantial as it will just make dinner time even more painful than it already is. Bliss Balls are one of my go to afternoon snacks for the boys, as they satisfy their hunger and have the added bonus of the boys feeling like they are also getting a treat. Today I’ve decided to share 10 family friendly bliss ball recipes that we love and I’m sure you will too.
Anzac Biscuits in a Bliss Ball? Yes please! You will love these Anzac Biscuit Bliss Balls from Cooking for Busy Mums!
We love these Cacao and Coconut Seedy Bliss Balls from Kidgreidents.
Recipes don’t get much easier than these Three Ingredient Muesli Bliss Balls!
Put down the chocolate chip cookie and try one of these low fat (plus dairy and nut free) Chocolate Chip Bliss Balls from Pretty Wee Things.
If you love Apple Pie, these Apple Pie Oat Bliss Balls from Kidgredients are for you!
Both Sugar Free and Vegan, these Raspberry Bliss Balls from Pretty Wee Things make a great snack for the whole family.
For a sweet treat these Double Chocolate Brownie Bliss Balls from Bake Play Smile are perfect!
Or why not try these HEALTHY Chocolate Bliss Balls?
Have a spare 5 minutes? That’s all the time it takes to make these yummy (and healthy!) Apricot Lunchbox Balls from Stacey Clare.
If your kids like bananas as much as mine, they are going to love these Chocolate Banana Bliss Balls from Cooking for Busy Mums.
Does your family love Bliss Balls too? What’s your favourite family friendly bliss ball recipe?