My Chocolatey

Balls of Bliss


My Chocolatey Balls of Bliss

by | Sep 22, 2022 | 0 comments

A large selection of herbs and vegetables used in traditional chinese medicine layout out on a marble countertop



Gluten Free


21 Balls


Prep: 5 min

Make: 5 min

Chill: 20 min

Ready-to-Eat: 30 min


  • 1 Cup of Pitted Medjool Datesroughly 18-20 dates or 220 grams
  • 1 Cup of Pecansor 70 grams
  • ½ Cup of Peanut Butter
  • 1⁄8 Cup of Cocoa Powder – I love Giddy YoYo brand
  • 1⁄8 Cup of Maple Syrup
  • 1⁄8 Cup of MylkI prefer homemade or Goya Coconut Mylk
  • ¼ Cup of Chocolate Protein BlendI love Global Healing brand
  • 5 Big Dashes of Cinnamon


  1. Add all the ingredients to the food processorI find it easiest to add the nuts and most of the dry ingredients first and the peanut butter and Mylk near the end followed by the chocolate nibs and cinnamon.
  2. Awareness: They should be slightly moist but not too hardened. This way when you eat them, they are soft, chewy, and crunchy)
  3. Once you mix all the ingredients in the food processor, you can use a tablespoon to scoop out that size to roll in your clean hands each ball. I put them on a cookie sheet with parchment paper, put the whole tray with 20-21 balls on it once rolled into the freezer for 15-20mins.
  4. We live in the Dominican Republic, so we keep our bliss balls in the freezer when we are not about to eat them. Plus I prefer them a little cool with some hot organic decaf coffee, or hot tea.

Enjoy these balls of bliss 💖

By Evi Spiliotopoulos

By Evi Spiliotopoulos

Owner & Founder of Our OM2 Hands / OmsGurl

Evi pronounced Ev ee
Focuses on ᖴᖇEEᗪOᗰ & 𝓛𝓞𝓥𝓔
This Health & wellness website
Is aimed at bringing
🌹𝐻𝒾𝑔𝒽 𝓐𝓵𝓲𝓰𝓷𝓶𝓮𝓷𝓽 & 𝑨𝒍𝒄𝒉𝒆𝒎y 🌻 for 𝒫𝓊𝓇𝑒 𝒥ੈ𝓎
The blog intends to share more of that ✨

Her own life has included some shadow work that has led her on this path; including witnessing her only younger brother regress into autism (he was age:3), having moved through very dark depression late teens into early 20’s, survivor of multiple skin conditions, reversed ADHD, and recently while in nutrition school healed hypothyroid at the root cause.

She is a graduate of CSNN and a registered holistic nutritionist since 2019. Her love for holistic health and wellness includes these forms of education and certifications: yoga teacher level I (2005), reflexologist (2008), bodywork and massage (2012), rainbow kids yoga (2014), reiki level II (2017-2018).

She first began OurOM2hands in Courtenay BC with a friend, and it has since turned into a sole proprietorship whereby this blog is born. The focus of the blog is centred around the themes connected to OurOM2hands; holistic, sustainable, abundant intentions and actions. Enjoy!

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