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Gingerbread Goji Snack Balls - Recipe

  • No cane sugar, no dairy.
  • Makes 14-16 bite-sized balls.
  • Contains healthy omega oils.
  • Ideal pre and post exercise.
  • Good for lunchboxes - gojis can be omitted for young kids.


  Organic Ground Almonds 1kg (Sussex Wholefoods)
120g Ground Almonds

  Organic Medjool Dates (500g) - Sussex WholeFoods
80g Medjool Dates, stones/pits removed

  Organic Sultanas (1kg) - Sussex WholeFoods
40g Sultanas

  Organic Sunflower Seeds (1kg) - Sussex WholeFoods
60g Sunflower Seeds

  Selected Goji Berries, Organic 500g (Sussex Wholefoods Gourmet)
30-40g Goji Berries

  Ginger Powder 100g (Hampshire Foods)
2 tsp Ginger Powder

  Allspice Powder, Organic 100g (Sussex Wholefoods)
½ tsp Allspice Powder

  Amber Coconut Palm Nectar, Organic 240ml (Big Tree Farms)
2-3 Tbsp Coconut Syrup

  Banana Powder, Organic 250g (Sussex Wholefoods)
4-5 Tbsp of Banana Powder

  Virgin Coconut Oil, Organic 200g (Biona)
2-3 Tbsp of Coconut Oil


  1. Grind the Medjool dates (stones removed!), sunflower seeds and coconut oil in a mini blender or powerful smoothie maker with a grinding blade.
  2. Add the sultanas and blend again. Don't worry if some of the sultanas remain whole this is fine.
  3. In a large mixing bowl add the ground almonds, ginger power, allspice powder and banana powder. Mix well.
  4. Add the coconut syrup and the fruit paste and mix with a fork. Bring the mixture together into a dough ball.
  5. Then gradually knead in the goji berries. You may find that you can only add 25-30g of Gojis depending on their size. You judge according to taste.
  6. Use a dessert spoon to roughly divide the mixture into bite sized amounts and roll into balls.
  7. Store in an airtight container in the fridge until ready to eat. The balls can be stored this way for a week or so.

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