I am dedicating this recipe to my favorite people who love Greek coffee. Greek Coffee Energy Balls covered with cacao powder and hazelnuts or almonds.
Healthy tips with Dr. Oz on Greek Coffee. A study suggests that boiled Greek Coffee may increase your longevity, protect against heart disease and also Greek coffee has been shown to help protect the arteries, as well as lower your risk for diabetes and boost overall immune health.
Greek Coffee Energy Balls
Food Processor first 3 ingredients
1 Cup Porridge Oats ( One of my favorites that my dad use to make it for us for breakfast in Africa)
1 Cup Ground Almonds
10-12 Medjool dates ( Scientists confirmed this is the worlds #1 food for Hypertension, Heart Attack, Stroke and Cholesterol. )
In a Bowl
Add above all the ingredients with the rest of dry and wet ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
3 tbsp Coconut Nectar
1 Greek coffee cold (use the Greek coffee cup and only the liquid part of it)
You can find Greek Coffee here: Papagalos Loumidis Ground Coffee, 16 Ounce
4 tbsp Almond butter
3 tbsp cacao powder
Pinch of sea salt
3 tbsp Hemp seeds
To make the energy balls, dampen your hands and roll about a tablespoon of the mixture between your palms to form a bite-size ball. Roll the energy balls with cocoa powder, cocoa nibs or ground almonds.
For best results, chill in the fridge for about an hour before eating. A healthy treat for you, your friends and family.
*I made a little over half of the recipe because I did not have 1 cup of almonds anyway it was so good. Omg, I thought I died and went to heaven. Yum! It served about 27 energy balls depending the size of the energy balls.
- To make Greek Coffee, you will need a Turkish or Greek Coffee Decanter by Home N Kitchenware Collection Stainless Steel Coffee.
Benefits for Hemp Seed:
#1 Superfood according to Dr. Axe, Just 3 Tbsp of Hemp Seeds contains 10 grams of protein and 3 thousands milligram of Omega 3 fatty acids in your body ideal ratio. Packed with Fibers, protein, fat loss, healthy fat and contains 50% of magnesium. I add it in my tea, smoothie or breakfast.