Date energy balls

Date energy balls

 

Date Chocolate balls

 

 

These Date chocolate coconut energy balls are so easy and tasty! It’s a quick recipe made in 10 minutes with vegan and gluten-free ingredients. You can satisfy your sweet tooth in a healthy manner with just dates, chocolate, coconut, almond, and cashew. Each bite-sized ball is perfect for an afternoon snack or as a nutritious dessert!

 

These amazing energy balls as a perfect afternoon snack.  I love keeping them in my fridge for a sweet treat without the guilt. They are 100% Whole 30 and Paleo approved. They are sweet, decadent tasting, and energy-boosting. And, they are the perfect healthy thing to contribute to a party or potluck. These little bite-sized morsels really are a nutritional powerhouse to completely satisfy you. My kids also gobble them up whenever I make them!

 

Nutritious Value of Dates: Dates are full of nutrition, especially dry dates. Dry dates are high in calories particularly carbohydrates (74 grams). It also contains several essential vitamins and minerals with fibers. Dates are famous for their rich concentration of antioxidants which can be beneficial for your cardiac and pulmonary health.

 

The Benefits of Dates Are:

1 – Lowers Cholesterol:- Dates should include in your diet as they can instantly reduce cholesterol and helps to manage your weight.

2 – Rich in disease:- Fighting Antioxidants: The date provides various kinds of antioxidants to treat different diseases. Antioxidants protect your cells from free radicals that may cause harmful reactions in your body and lead to disease. Dates are rich in antioxidants including Carotenoids, Flavonoids, Phenolic acid.

3 – Strengthen Bones:- Dates are rich in copper, selenium, and magnesium which are very important nutrients to keep your bone healthy and prevent bony related disorders.

4 – Promotes Brain Health:- Each date contains choline, vitamin B that is very beneficial for the learning and memory process, especially in Alzheimer’s disease children.

5 – Controls Diabetes:- It can increase the production of insulin and also help reduce the rate of absorption of glucose from the intestine. This can help to reduce the risk of getting diabetes

and so many more benefits like beneficial for skin, in pregnancy, High in Fibre, etc.

Serving: 1 energy ball | Calories: 67kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Sodium: 3mg | Potassium: 78mg | fibre: 1g | Sugar: 4g | Calcium: 5mg | Iron: 0.3mg

Course: – Dessert
Cuisine: – American
Prep Time: – 9 minutes
Cooking time: – 1 Minute
Total Time: – 10 minutes
Servings: – 20 Chocolate date balls

 

 

Date energy balls recipe Video:

 

 

 

Ingredients for Date energy balls recipe:

250 gms – Dates
75 gms – Dark chocolate
25 gms – Milk chocolate
4 tablespoons – chopped Almonds (Badam)
4 tablespoons – chopped Cashew (Kaju)
3 tablespoons – chopped Pistachios (Pista)
1/2 cup – finely grated dry Coconut (discard the black side of coconut by grating it gently)
1 tablespoon – Ghee (clarified butter)
1 tablespoon – Cooking coconut oil
4-5 drop – Red food color
20 nos. – butter paper muffin cup

 

Ingredients for Date balls, Energy date balls.

Method for preparing Date energy balls with step by step photos:

 

1 – Remove the date seeds and grind the dates in a mixer.

 

Seedless dates im mixer, Energy date balls.

 

Then transfer it to the mixing bowl and add chopped almonds, cashew, pistachios, and ghee to it and combine it well and knead it like a dough.

 

Date and nuts paste, Energy date balls.

 

2 – Apply a little ghee on the palms and make small balls (ladoo) around 1 to 1 ½ inch size, do that same procedure and prepare all balls and keep aside.

 

Prepare date nut paste balls, Energy date balls.

 

Date balls in plate, Energy date balls.

 

3 – Now, take a cooking bowl and transfer dark and milk chocolate together in it, and add 1 tablespoon coconut oil. Further, boil 2 glasses of water in a cooking pot and place this chocolate bowl over it. Within 30 seconds chocolate starts to melt and in 1 minute it melts completely.

Keep stirring occasionally while melting chocolate, Now turn off the flame and remove the bowl of melted chocolate.

 

Melting chocolate, Energy date balls.

 

4 – Divide equally grated coconut into two bowls, one keeps as it is, and mix 4-5 drops of red food colour in the second bowl of grated coconut.

 

Adding red food colour to grated coconut, Energy date balls.

 

5 – Now collect all ingredients near like, date and nuts balls, butter paper muffin cups, a bowl of melted chocolate, two tooth pins, and grated coconut.

 

All ingredients, Energy date balls.

 

6 – Now, insert tooth pin in date and nutball and dip it in melted chocolate, cover melted chocolate all around the date, and nut balls with the help of a spoon.

 

Coating date ball with chocolate, Energy date balls.

 

7 – Now sprinkle grated coconut over it, dip it and rotate slowly to cover it with grated coconut, then put down it into a butter paper muffin cup and remove the tooth pin from it.

 

Spreading grated coconut over date ball, Energy date balls.

 

8 – Do the same procedure with all date and nut balls and sprinkle red and white grated coconut alternatively.

 

Chocolate coated date balls in plate, Energy date balls.

 

Finally, our dates and nuts chocolate balls are ready. Enjoy!

 

Date and nut ball, Energy date balls.

 

Notes:

1 – You can use dry fruits of your choice.

2 – If you want to use more dry fruits, you should also increase the number of dates, Otherwise the balls will not form properly.

3 – Store it in an airtight container in a refrigerator and remove it 10 minutes before eating.

4 – Place on a parchment-covered sheet and refrigerate until more solidified (because coconut oil can melt or soften at room temperature, you’ll need to keep these refrigerated so they stay together).

 

 

Chocolate date balls, Energy date balls.

Date energy balls

Fahamida
These chocolate coconut energy balls are so easy and tasty! It’s a quick recipe made in 10 minutes with vegan and gluten-free ingredients. You can satisfy your sweet tooth in a healthy manner with just dates, chocolate, coconut, almond, and cashew. Each bite-sized ball is perfect for an afternoon snack or as a nutritious dessert!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 9 mins
Cook Time 1 min
Total Time 10 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 20 Date balls
Calories 67 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 250 grams Dates
  • 75 grams Dark chocolate
  • 25 grams Milk chocolate
  • 4 tablespoon chopped Almonds (Badam)
  • 4 tablespoon chopped Cashew (kaju)
  • 3 tablespoon chopped Pistachios (Pista)
  • ½ cup finely grated dry Coconut (discard the black side of coconut by grating it gently)
  • 1 tablespoon Ghee (clarified butter)
  • 1 tablespoon Cooking coconut oil
  • 4-5 drops Red food colour
  • 20 nos. butter paper muffin cups (optional)

Instructions
 

  • Remove the date seeds and grind the dates in a mixer.
    Then transfer it to the mixing bowl and add chopped almonds, cashew, pistachios, and ghee to it and combine it well and knead it like a dough.
  • Apply a little ghee on the palms and make small balls (ladoo) around 1 to 1 ½ inch size, do that same procedure and prepare all balls and keep them aside.
  • Now, take a cooking bowl and transfer dark and milk chocolate together in it, and add 1 tablespoon coconut oil.
    Further, boil 2 glasses of water in a cooking pot and place this chocolate bowl over it. Within 30 seconds chocolate starts to melt and in 1 minute it melts completely.
    Keep stirring occasionally while melting chocolate, Now turn off the flame and remove the bowl of melted chocolate.
  • Divide equally grated coconut into two bowls, one keeps as it is, and mix 4-5 drops of red food colour in the second bowl of grated coconut.
  • Now collect all ingredients near like, date and nuts balls, butter paper muffin cups, a bowl of melted chocolate, two tooth pins, and grated coconut.
  • Insert tooth pin in date and nutball and dip it in melted chocolate, cover melted chocolate all around the date, and nut balls with the help of a spoon.
  • Now sprinkle grated coconut over it, dip it and rotate slowly to cover it with grated coconut, then put down it into a butter paper muffin cup and remove the tooth pin from it.
  • Do the same procedure with all date and nut balls and sprinkle red and white grated coconut alternatively.
    Finally, our dates and nuts chocolate balls are ready. Enjoy!

Notes

1 - You can use dry fruits of your choice.
2 - If you want to use more dry fruits, you should also increase the number of dates, Otherwise the balls will not form properly.
3 - Store it in an airtight container in a refrigerator and remove it 10 minutes before eating.
4 - Place on a parchment-covered sheet and refrigerate until more solidified (because coconut oil can melt or soften at room temperature, you’ll need to keep these refrigerated so they stay together).
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