Chocolate coconut bliss balls
Dose: 50 mg THC cannabinoids in one ‘ball’ weighing approx 22.5 g
Profile: THC dominant – 0.9 mg activated THC, 0.15 mg activated CBD, 6.1 mg other cannabanoids (CBG, CBN, CBC)
Ingredients: Unsweetened chocolate, sweetened condensed milk, white chocolate, flaked coconut, pecans
Storage: We recommend that edibles be stored in the fridge or freezer to preserve freshness.
THC dominant – 0.9 mg activated THC, 0.15 mg activated CBD, 6.1 mg other cannabanoids (CBG, CBN, CBC)
For me, the key ingredient in a good bliss ball (beside the obvious chocolate kick) is coconut butter. Coconut butter is the ground flesh of dried coconuts, whilst coconut oil is exactly as it says, the oil of the coconut. For a long time there have been warnings against the consumption of coconut oil as it is a saturated fat. Coconut in all forms has, however, long been consumed by many Asian countries without any apparent health effects, and all things coconut are starting to return to favour. Current research suggests that coconut is not as bad as originally thought, and there may actually be a number of health benefits related to it’s consumption.
Buy chocolate coconut bliss balls are not only melt in your mouth chocolaty, but the dates give them a rich salted caramel flavor.
Buy chocolate coconut bliss balls are a great treat that can be stored in the fridge for weeks! You can eat them as a per-workout energy snack, with your afternoon cup of tea, or even for dessert! I personally love to carry a couple around in my purse for when hunger strikes. It’s a great way to avoid binge-eating on unhealthy foods when you’re out for the day.
Date, note that balls can be frozen for up to 1 month. We sale at a very great quality. Buy and have the best taste.
Two of my favourite things, chocolate and coconut! I usually make bliss balls with sunflower seeds or a combination of seeds and nuts – my walnut cookie dough energy bites were my top pick until this recipe came along. It’s not that I don’t still love those ones, it’s just that these taste like healthy bounty bites. There is a recipe for raw bounty bars on the blog but those aren’t an everyday thing, and energy balls are! Graham likes to have them to take to work and I’ll eat a couple a day after biking or any kind of physical activity to avoid a blood pressure crash.