No Bake Golden Turmeric Bliss Balls
T Tegan Woo

No Bake Golden Turmeric Bliss Balls

Jun 7, 2017 · recipes · turmeric

Why didn’t we think of this sooner? Bliss balls are the best mid-morning or afternoon snack and we make them all the time with our matcha. So, why not our turmeric blend? We’ve got a recipe for you below that I think you’re going to love!

Turmeric has been used for thousands of years as a spice and medicinal herb and it’s powerful healing abilities have finally been embraced by the masses. In both Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric is widely known as a digestive aid, improving digestion and reducing gas and bloating. 

Everyday our bodies are bombarded with pollution, radiation, cigarette smoke and UV that can cause free radicals. Free radicals can damage the body’s cells and alter proteins in DNA that trigger a number of human diseases. Curcumin, in turmeric, is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect our bodies from these free radicals. 

golden turmeric bliss balls

The number one question we receive from our customers is how to prepare our Golden Turmeric Ginger tea. We usually recommend making a latte, but we’ve been thinking.. if turmeric, ginger and cinnamon taste so good as a golden latte, they’ve got to taste amazing in a million other things too. 

The first test was a simple iced golden milk. Amazing. The second test was a mango turmeric smoothie. Also amazing. Next we tried out a few bliss ball recipes tweaking them to work with our Golden Turmeric Ginger tea. The warming, sweet and spicy flavours are perfect in a bliss ball!

In case you’re not familiar with our blend, Golden Turmeric Ginger is potent blend of organic powders - turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, fennel, anise, vanilla and black pepper. It’s packed with antioxidants, can help lift your mood and your immunity. With the ginger, fennel and cinnamon we’ve really kicked up the digestive support.

golden turmeric bliss balls


1 cup gluten free oats

½ cup gluten free oat flour (made by putting oats in a food processor) 

¼ cup coconut flour

1 - 1½ tbsp Golden Turmeric Ginger

¼ cup of pumpkin seed butter (or other nut butter)

¼ cup applesauce

¼ maple syrup or honey

Don’t have our Golden Turmeric Ginger blend? Substitute 1 tsp turmeric, 1 tsp ginger powder, 1 tsp cinnamon, ¼ tsp black pepper and 1 tsp vanilla extract. 


In a large bowl, mix together the dry ingredients and the Golden Turmeric Ginger (or spices). 

Heat the nut butter with the maple syrup and mix to combine. If you’re adding vanilla extract, do that here. 

Add the nut butter mixture and the applesauce to the dry ingredients. Mix well to combine all ingredients. Too sticky? Add more coconut or oat flour. Too dry? Add more applesauce. 

Roll into small balls. Coat with coconut shreds, sesame seeds, sugar or anything else your heart desires. Refrigerate for 20 minutes and enjoy. 

We’re just at the tip of the iceberg on what can be done with this turmeric tea blend. Stay tuned for Golden Turmeric no churn ice cream! Do you have any ideas we should test out? 


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