Home­made bliss balls and truf­fles

New Zealand Woman’s Weekly - - WEEKLYPEOPLE -

MAKES AP­PROX 15

Buy cute lit­tle boxes, or re­cy­cle some, and gift th­ese gor­geous flavour bombs.

TANGY PAS­SION­FRUIT & CO­CONUT BALLS

Th­ese are sim­ply ir­re­sistible!

1⁄ 3 cup co­conut oil, melted

2 tbsp honey

1 cup al­mond meal

1⁄ 3 cup dessi­cated co­conut

1 tbsp Fresh As

pas­sion­fruit pow­der

½ cup shred­ded co­conut

1 Melt the co­conut oil and honey in a small saucepan. Mix to­gether the re­main­ing in­gre­di­ents, ex­cept shred­ded co­conut. Roll into balls, then roll through the co­conut.

2 Set them aside to chill for a few hours.

MAKES AP­PROX 20

CHO­CO­LATE TRUF­FLES

Th­ese couldn’t be eas­ier to make or more de­li­cious to eat! 100 ml cream

180g dark (60%+) cho­co­late,

roughly chopped

1 Warm the cream to near boil­ing, then add in the chopped cho­co­late, shak­ing the saucepan to set­tle the cho­co­late into the cream. Cover with a tea towel for 5-7 min­utes un­til the cho­co­late has melted. Whisk un­til smooth, then cool un­til firm – about 1-2 hours.

2 Roll or scoop into small balls, then roll or dip into top­pings of your choice. Try dark co­coa, crushed pis­ta­chios or rasp­berry pow­der.

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