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Surprise Chocolate Balls

The perfect healthy substitute for chocoholics! Low in fat and low in calories.

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Posted by Robbyn • 2y ago • Report
These are yummy but they didnt set properly, they are still a bit sticky. Did I do something wrong? I did substitute the quinoa for oats.
Posted by Emma266 • 3y ago • Report
How many calories per ball? It would be helpful if all recipes mentioned calories & fat content.
Posted by Vanessa181 • 3y ago • Report
Looks great! roughly how many does it make?
Posted by Nikki • 2y ago • Report
Hi Desley, you can get RAW cacao powder from most health food stores (try to make sure it's organic) If you still have trouble finding it you can get it online from various suppliers, such as; Honest To Goodness and Organics Australia Online. Good luck :o)
Posted by Nikki • 2y ago • Report
You can buy RAW cacao powder from most health food shops. If you can't find it you can get it online from places like; Honest To Goodness or Organics Australia Online.

It's important that it is raw as it retains all of its nutrients and antioxidents (it's one of the best sources) amd, as with everything, it's important to get organic.

Good luck!
Posted by Deb118 • 2y ago • Report
how long do they keep and in which way are they stored? fridge or pantry? and a calorie approx' would be nice
Posted by Desley9 • 3y ago • Report
Can someone please tell me where you buy the cacao powder from?
Posted by Desley9 • 3y ago • Report
Can someone please tell me where I can buy cacoa powder from?
Posted by Angela300 • 3y ago • Report
Hey I made these today too and they are yummy I got about 30 balls out of my ingredients. Anyone have any idea what the calories are? I know they are healthy but if I don't stick to my calorie count each day I pile the weight on!

Cheers
Posted by Cassandra70 • 3y ago • Report
If you make 30 balls, they are roughly 90 calories. If you stretch it to 40, they are just under 70 calories each. They are very lovely too!
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