Growing up, my favourite part of celebrating the Festival of Lights with my family was the sweets. I would literally devour a whole box of sweets in one night...
I’ve partnered with Save on Energy to share creative energy-efficient ways of preparing food. This recipe doesn’t require any baking or heating. The chocolate balls are sweet but are also full of wholesome ingredients (so you can devour a dozen, guilt-free). Visit the Save on Energy Advice and Tips page to learn more about how you can save energy and money. Let’s get baking!
Ingredients (makes 12 – 15 balls)
Blend rolled oats or almonds in a blender or food processor to make into a flour. Melt the coconut oil in a pot and whisk in honey. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Form into balls (2 tbsp of batter for each) and roll in coconut flakes, crushed pistachios or cocoa powder.
Sarah Jade is the content creator, writer, and recipe developer behind Tastes by Jade – a Toronto-based food, travel, and lifestyle blog. She has been sponsored by the Independent Electricity System Operator’s Save on Energy program.