There is always a question about what to do with the almond pulp that is left over after making almond milk. Usually, I incorporate it in my dinner or lunch in one way or another, but today my sweet tooth was begging for attention, so sesame/almond treats happened.

A healing combination of detoxifying sesame seeds, balancing blood sugar almonds, and energy-giving honey creates a fantastic array of flavors.

This recipe can be made with dry almond meal as well.

So here we go, Have Bliss 😁

Almond/Sesame Bliss Balls

Almond/Sesame Bliss Balls

There is always a question about what to do with the almond pulp that is left over after making almond milk. Usually, I incorporate it in my dinner or lunch in one way or another, but today my sweet tooth was begging for attention, so sesame/almond treats happened.
This recipe can be made with dry almond meal as well.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Total Calories: 509kcal
Ingredients
Instructions
  • Dry roast almond meal slightly*.
  • Place sesame seeds in a separate dry frying pan.
    Set heat on medium-low and cook until golden. The higher the roast, the more pronounced the sesame seed flavor will be.
    Be sure to not over-cook sesame seeds. The second they've reached the desired color, transfer seeds to a plate right away and set to cool.
  • Zest 1 organic lemon
  • In the food processor, combine almond meal, sesame seeds, cardamom, lemon zest, and let it grind.
  • Transfer mixture into the bowl and add 3 tablespoons of honey.
  • Mix well, form the bite-size balls and enjoy a couple of them with your herbal tea or spiced almond milk. The rest can be kept in the fridge for up to 4 days.
Notes
*If using leftover almond pulp, increase time accordingly. It should be dry and slightly golden.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Ayurvedic, Gluten-Free, plant based, Sattvic, Vegetarian
Keyword: bliss balls, healthy dessert, sattvic desserts
Total Calories: 509kcal
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❤ Love, Julia

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