5 Condensed Milk free Ball Recipes

Balls are great!  They are quick, easy, most are freezable and they are the perfect size for kids lunch boxes.  Here are five great healthy ball recipes for kids…well for big people too, but as they are not full of sugar they are great for kids 🙂

Banana Oat Balls

These do sound a bit odd at first but trust me these are amazing!!  You can leave out the choc chips or replace them with sultanas or anything else you like.  They are also yum with about 2Tbs of cocoa added to the mix.  This is a Thermomix recipe but they can easily be made in any food processor.




Apricot Balls

My girls love these!



Lemon Cheescake Balls


Rind of quarter of a Lemon
100g cream cheese
20g oat meal
35g coconut oil
50g desc coconut
40g oats
30g golden syrup
10ml lemon juice

Extra coconut to roll balls in (and icing sugar for a not so healthy version)

1.Finely grate/chop the lemon rind.

2.Add all ingredients to a food processor and mix until evenly combined.

3.Roll into balls and roll in coconut and or icing sugar.  Enjoy!


Date Balls


This is the same recipe as my Boobie Ball recipe without the Brewers Yeast and Flaxseed Meal which are the key ingredients in increasing milk production in Breastfeeding Mothers.

100g almond meal
100g dates finely chopped
10g coconut oil
30g oats
10g honey
3tsp brewers yeast
3tsp flaxseed meal
30g milk powder
1Tb boiling water

coconut and or extra almond meal to roll balls in

1.Mix all ingredients except water in a food processor until well combined.

2.Add water slowly while food processor is on.

3.Form into balls and coat in extra coconut, almond meal or leave plain.


Weetbix Balls


4 Crushed Weetbix
50g Melted Butter
20g Golden syrup
20g Saltanas
50g oatmeal
1 banana, mashed
1/2 tsp Vanilla Paste

1.Add all ingredients to a food processor and mix until evenly combined.

2.Roll into balls.  Enjoy!


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