Raspberry Snack Attack Balls

These scrumptious raspberry snack attack bliss balls are a brilliant family-friendly recipe that is suitable for all ages from 12 months plus. Perfect for school holiday fridge raiders, kids’ lunch boxes or as an after-school snack. These balls of goodness are a sweet treat that kids love. Super-quick and easy to make……watch them disappear just as fast.

The oats are and dates provide lots of gut-friendly fibre which is important for regularity and immunity; the almonds and chia seeds are a great source of calcium for strong bones, and the chia seeds also contain omega 3 which is important for brain development.

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Raspberry Snack Attack Balls

These scrumptious raspberry snack attack balls are a brilliant family-friendly recipe that are suitable for all ages from 12 months plus. Perfect for kids’ lunch boxes or as an after-school snack. These balls of goodness are a sweet snack that kids love. Super-quick and easy to make……watch them disappear just as fast. The oats are and dates provide lots of gut-friendly fibre which is important for regularity and immunity; the almonds and chia seeds are a great source of calcium for strong bones; and the chia seeds also contain omega 3 which is important for brain development.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Lunch Boxes & Picnics, Snacks & Treats
Servings 8
Suitable for Special Diet (or adaptable) Dairy-free, Egg-free, Gluten-free, Grain-free, Low-sugar, Nut-free, Sensory, Vegan, Vegetarian

Instructions
 

  • Blitz all of the ingredients in a food processor for about a minute until ground up.
  • Grab a walnut size piece of dough and roll into a ball with your hands and repeat.
  • These are delicious on their own, or you can roll in some desiccated coconut or cacao/cocoa if you prefer.
  • Store in the fridge for up to 5 days, or freeze. They defrost very quickly within an hour.

Notes

Cooks Tip: When rolling into balls, to stop getting sticky doughy fingers, you can dampen your hands with a little water. This way you also get a lovely smooth finish.
If your school has a nut-free rule, then simply swap the ground almonds for sunflower seeds.
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