Lingonberry and Date Balls and Beetroot Latte

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Preparation 4 h 14 portions

TRENDY BLISS BALLS ARE EASY TO MAKE

Raw pastries are not cooked, but gently processed from dry fruits such as dates and nuts, spices and soft fats. Trendy raw cakes and energy balls are usually gluten-free and vegan (when you are not using honey but for example maple syrup) so they also suit for various diets.

The bliss balls are easier and quicker to prepare than cakes. You can give them a beautiful look by rolling the balls in berry powder, coconut flakes or almond crumbs. The vibrant taste and beautiful color of these bliss balls comes from Biokia’s Organic Lingonberry Powder. The caramel filling of the bliss balls and the fresh lingonberry make a charming flavour couple.

PINK LATTE FRESHENS AND NOURISHES

Vegetable lattes are a rising trend. The first newcomers were matcha latte and the turmeric golden latte. Pink latte is made of beetroot juice and spices that are combined with oat milk. The drink is topped with a foam of oat milk.

Recipe and pictures: Inka Ikonen, Inka I -blogi

Ingredients

LINGONBERRY AND DATE BALLS

BEETROOT LATTE

  • 1/2 dl (1 cup) beetroot juice
  • 3 dl (1 1/4 cup) oat milk
  • 1 tsp maple syrup
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp ginger
  • a touch of vanilla powder

Guide

LINGONBERRY AND DATE BALLS

  1. Remove the date seeds.
  2. Measure all ingredients into the blender. Mix to an even mass. The more effective the mixer, the better. If the ingredients do not mix, lift the mixture with a spoon.
  3. Roll the mixture into small balls. Roll them in the organic lingonberry powder.
  4. Refrigerate the bliss balls in a closed container a for a few hours.
  5. Store the bliss balls in a container in fridge. The bliss balls will keep for about a week.

BEETROOT LATTE

  1. Heat 2 1/2 dl (1 cup) of oat milk in a saucepan. Add the spices and mix with a whisk or milk frother.
  2. Turn off the heat. Add the beetroot juice to the oat milk and mix.
  3. Foam 1/2 dl (1/4 cups) of heated oat milk with the milk frother.
  4. Measure the beetroot latte to a glass and pour some oat milk foam on top. Garnish for example with organic lingonberry powder and dried flowers.
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