Our Thermomix Weet-Bix Balls are nut-free, freezer-friendly and a great option for school or kindy lunch boxes!
Like most Australian families, we usually have a box of Weet-Bix sitting in our cupboard. I’m not a massive fan of Weet-Bix for breakfast, but I do really like them in baking. And these Thermomix Weet-Bix Balls are the perfect way to use up any Weet-Bix you have sitting around.
These only take a few minutes to prepare and taste great! They’re a bit like a healthy nut-free bliss ball!
To make our Thermomix Weet-Bix Balls, you’ll need:
- medjool dates
- chia seeds
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Thermomix Weet-Bix Balls
- 5 Weet-Bix
- 12 pitted medjool dates
- 1 tbs honey
- 50 g desiccated coconut
- 40 g chia seeds
- 3 tbs water
- 60 g sultanas
- Place all ingredients (except for the water and sultanas) into the Thermomix bowl. Mix on Speed 8, 10 seconds.
- If the mixture is too crumbly to roll into firm balls, add the water and mix for a further 5 seconds, Speed 5.
- Add the sultanas and mix through with the spatula. Roll into firm balls and store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week. These can also be frozen for up to 3 months.