Sugar Free Treats For The Weekend

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I told you some months ago that I had written an eBook. With Christmas, my mother’s sudden passing and everything else that’s been going on, I just haven’t had a chance to tell you about it, so I thought I’d do so now – hopefully giving you something to stave off the sugar cravings, and have guilt free snacks, and stick to whatever resolutions you may have made for the┬ánew year.

Bliss Balls For Beginners has 21 recipes for mostly sugar free, gluten free, dairy free bon-bon style raw treats.

The recipes are split into three categories – the chocolate ones, the booster ones and the speciality ones. These recipes cover everything from minty chocolate bliss balls, to peanut butter filled chocolate bliss balls, goji berry bliss balls, inverted carrot cake bliss balls, chilli chocolate bliss balls and plenty more.

Some favourites from others who have tried the recipes have been the Raw “Ferrero” Bliss Balls and the raw Chocolate Coconut “Bounty” Bliss Balls.

In fact there has been some wonderful feedback on Bliss Balls For Beginners. Have a look at these:

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The Homesteading Hippy:

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There are two buying options in GBP and US$ for Bliss Balls for Beginners, should you want a copy for yourself. Either click on the Kindle or the PDF versions below.

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BUY THE KINDLE VERSION IN GBP:Bliss Balls For BeginnersIf you have it, love it, or have tried the recipes, let me know what you think!

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