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seed cycling chocolate bliss balls

Delicious chocolate treat or hormone friendly midday snack? Now you can have both! I created these seed cycling chocolate bliss balls to both help you incorporate the hormone balancing practice of seed cycling and eating according to your cycle, as well as just for plain fun. Because we can all use some chocolate in our lives ;-). For all the deets on seed cycling, whether or not it actually works, and what the idea behind it is, check out this post.

If you make this, I’d love to know what you think, so be sure to let me know and feel free to tag @wellandgreat on Instagram.

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Seed Cycling Chocolate Bliss Balls

Ingredients

For about 20-ish bliss balls:
2.5 cups of blanched almond flour
1/4 cup of raw cacao powder – I like Navitas Organic Cacao Powder
1/4 cup of collagen powder – Can be plant-based, marine, or other. I like the Ancient Nutrition brand.
1/2 cup mini chocolate chips – I like the dairy-free ones from Enjoy Life
1/3 cup maple syrup
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp Himalayan pink or sea salt

10 tbsp sunflower seeds & 1/2 cup raw tahini (sesame seed butter) for your luteal (2nd half of your cycle) phase OR

10 tbsp pumpkin seeds, 10 tbsp ground flax seeds and 1/2 cup of almond butter for your follicular (1st half of your cycle) phase. If you’re indifferent about this, stick with the sunflower seeds + tahini mix.

Process

  1. First of all – this is a no-bake recipe so woohoo! No ovens! You will want to make some space in your freezer since you’ll need to freeze these bliss balls on a large cookie sheet for 30 minutes, so go ahead and do that now.
  2. Mix all dry ingredients followed by the wet ingredients together. Your mixture will still be very crumbly after doing this.
  3. Gently pat / squeeze together a spoon of mixture in your hands. If you try rolling this, it may fall apart. Don’t worry about it still being crumbly, as long as you can get it together as a small ball, you’re fine. These will firm up in the freezer.
  4. Once you’ve added all balls to your cookie sheet, freeze the entire cookie sheet for 30 minutes.
  5. Enjoy and store in the fridge for up to a week. Such a great no-bake treat!

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