Chocolate Oat Balls

Chocolate oat balls can be used as a snack or even a treat depending on how much honey you use when you make them. It’s an easy five-minute mix of steel-cut oats, coconut milk, cocoa powder and honey for sweetness but it’ll take at least an hour for the steel-cut oats to soak the milk in and soften up. They become soft and creamy and they are very filling so they will keep you full for a very long time.

The mix should feel a bit moist at first once everything is combined - don’t worry, the oats will soak it all in. 

They are best served chilled so keep them in the fridge, covered to prevent them from drying out. They’ll last in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. 

Nutrition Facts


~12 balls / 42g per ball
130 Calories
per ball
4g protein
6g fat
10g carbohydrates
+ No cholesterol
+ Low in sodium
+ Very high in manganese

Ingredients

9oz (250 g) steel cut oats
half a can (200ml) coconut milk
1oz ( 30g ) cocoa powder / unsweetened
1tbsp of honey
ground coconut for coating (optional)

Instructions

1 Open a pack or a can of coconut milk and pour it into a bowl.

2 Add honey and mix well.

3 Add cocoa powder and mix well.

4 Add oats, mix well and let soak for a few minutes.

5 Make ~12 balls, coat in ground coconut (optional) and chill in the fridge for 1hr minimum or overnight.

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

Chocolate Oat Balls Recipe

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