Recipe Directions

1. Blend the oats and the cocoa together in a high powered blender or grinder to make a gritty flour.

2. Run the remaining ingredients through a champion juicer or similar or blast in a food processor until it is all amalgamated together.

3. Mix in the oat and cocoa until it's nicely combined.

4. Break off small pieces and roll into balls.

5. Place in tiny cases and store in the fridge. You can also roll them in coconut if you wish.

Fee's Thoughts

By Fee

Little chocolate balls, or a large lump, if you prefer!

Made from oats, nuts, and fruit.

Based on the Nakd Cocoa Loco Bars made in Wales. Hence, the very odd amounts!

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This sounds nice. There are multiple listings for the same ingredients. Is this correct?

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Sorry - hopefully I have sucessfully edited it. For some reason it was being silly last night (my computer) and so I kept clicking the add button to speed it along and obviously didnt manage to delete all the parts!

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Looks like you ate about two while you made it. LOL That good, huh? Sounds it. I can't wait to try these. When someone brings up chocolate balls it's hard to remember how delicious my strawberry cheesecake out there is going to be. LOL (These struggles are what they call GOOD stress. :)

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Sorry - hopefully I have sucessfully edited it. For some reason it was being silly last night (my computer) and so I kept clicking the add button to speed it along and obviously didnt manage to delete all the parts!

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