Carrot Cake Bliss Balls

by | January 10, 2018

Delicious raw carrot cake bliss balls. I love this little raw version of a classic carrot cake. The flavors and texture are to die for. An absolute favorite in our house.


4 Tbsp of sunflower seed meal
2 Tbsp coconut
2 Tbsp sultanas
2 Tbsp coconut oil
1 Med grated carrot
2 Tbsp Juice Plus Complete (plant based protein)
1 tspn ground cinnamon
1 tspn ground/grated ginger
Pinch nutmeg
Pinch good salt
Handful currants (keep till the end)
Desiccated coconut (optional infused with lemon essential oil *food grade or grated lemon zest) – for rolling.


Blitz all ingredients in the food processor.

Add currants at the end and stir or quick blitz through.

Roll mixture into balls and coat in coconut.

Freeze for 20 mins till set and eat or refrigerate.


Natalie Playstead Wife & mum of three beautiful souls. I love to share simple, nutritious, balanced, vegan food inspiration along with all that I have learned & implemented into my lifestyle over the past nine years in regards to health, wellbeing, motherhood, nutrition and environment. ‘Nourished Living – with Natty’ has been created on the foundation of living as naturally and holistically as possible. I can help you find your starting point and support your journey from start to the rest of your life. When I’m not writing for VPP, you can find me at Natalie Playsted.


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