Raspberry Bliss Balls

Raspberry bliss balls are a delicious and healthy snack perfect for on-the-go snacking. Made with six simple ingredients, such as oats and raspberries, they are easy to make. Raspberry coconut bliss balls are also a good source of fiber and protein, making them a healthy and satisfying snack.

A stack of raspberry bliss balls shows the top one with a bite taken out. There are raspberries around the stack and more bliss balls in the background.

I love all things raspberry! Just look at my vegan raspberry frosting recipe. It’s so good over cakes and cupcakes!

But combining raspberry and coconut? That’s my favorite flavor combination! It’s what inspired me to make my delicious raspberry coconut cake. Everyone loves that cake!

What if you’re looking for something raspberry and healthy? Let me point your attention to the beautiful bliss balls. They are delicious, nutritious, and easy to make. Besides, I love having healthy treats like these, so we always have a healthy snacking option.

What are Bliss Balls?

Bliss balls are energy balls made with healthy ingredients, such as nuts, coconut, dried fruit, and oats. They are typically sweetened with natural sweeteners, such as dates or maple syrup.

Bliss balls are perfect for on-the-go snacking because they’re easy to pack. It also helps that they’re delicious and healthy. They’re also a great way to get in your daily fruits and whole grains.

Key Ingredients

You can find the full printable recipe, including ingredient quantities, below. But first, here are some explanations of ingredients and steps to help you make this recipe perfect every time.

  • Oats — You can use rolled oats or old-fashioned oats. If you’re using instant oats, increase the quantity by at least 1/4 cup.
  • Flax — We’ll add some ground flax seeds to increase the cohesiveness of these tasty bites. You can substitute ground chia seeds.
  • Almond flour — Adding some almond flour to the batter helps with the consistency and flavor.
  • Coconut — We’ll use shredded coconut in the batter and roll the finished balls in shredded coconut.
  • Coconut Oil — Adding coconut oil to the batter makes the bliss balls firmer once they are chilled. You can use refined coconut oil (for less coconut flavor) or unrefined (for more coconut flavor).
  • Syrup — I prefer agave nectar, but you can substitute maple syrup or bee-free honey.
  • Raspberries — You can use fresh, but I like using frozen raspberries because I always have them in my freezer.
Looking down on raspberry coconut balls on a white table. The middle one has a bite taken out. There are fresh raspberries scattered around the treats.

How to Make Raspberry Bliss Balls

  1. Pulse oats, flax, almond flour, and coconut shreds in a food processor until broken down into small bits.
  2. Add coconut oil and agave nectar and pulse again.
  3. Add frozen raspberries and let this sit for several minutes to soften.
  4. Pulse until the raspberries are broken down. 
  5. Test the batter for sweetness and texture.
  6. Use a cookie scoop to portion the batter into equally-sized bites.
  7. Roll balls in shredded coconut.

What Makes This Recipe Shine?

  • EASY — Make these bliss balls in minutes!
  • HEALTHY — Oats, flax, coconut, and more all combine to make a nutritious treat.
  • FLAVORFUL — The combination of raspberries and coconut is a fantastic flavor combination!
A stack of raspberry coconut bliss balls sits near fresh raspberries and more of the treats in the background.

Favorite Add-Ins

You can serve these raspberry bliss bites as-is. But here are some tasty add-ins that can change up the flavor:

  • Chocolate chips — Make dark chocolate raspberry bliss balls by adding mini chocolate chips to the batter.
  • More Chocolate — You can also add drizzles of dairy-free magic shell chocolate over the top of your bites.
  • Chopped Almonds — Add finely chopped almonds to the batter for texture and flavor.

Storage Tips

I recommend storing these raspberry treats in the fridge, especially in the summer when warmer temperatures can cause them to go bad quickly. You can freeze them in a freezer-safe container for up to 2 months.

Energy Ball Recipes

If you love this raspberry bliss balls recipe, you might enjoy some more raspberry recipes, such as plant-based raspberry muffins or these egg-free raspberry donuts.

But if energy balls are what you’re after, here are some more recipes to try:

If you love the flavor of coconut and raspberry, you will love these raspberry coconut bliss balls.

Keep a batch in your freezer ready to serve for your next big party or a Tuesday afternoon. They’re perfect for both!

A stack of raspberry bliss balls shows the top one with a bite taken out. Fresh raspberries are scattered around the stack.

Raspberry Coconut Balls

Enjoy every bite of these delicious raspberry coconut balls. They're infused with healthy ingredients, making them an easy, no-bake, healthy treat!
5 from 3 votes
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 12 balls
Calories: 123kcal


  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed
  • ½ cup almond flour
  • ¾ cup shredded coconut, divided
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil melted
  • 3 tablespoons agave nectar
  • ¾ cup frozen raspberries


  • Combine oats, flax, almond flour, and ½ cup of shredded coconut in a food processor. Pulse in short bursts until combined and broken down into small bits.
    Ingredients are in a food processor, such as ground flax, oats, and almond flour.
  • Add coconut oil and agave nectar. Pulse in short bursts to combine.
    A hand pours agave nectar from a measuring spoon into a food processor bowl with other ingredients, including a scoop of coconut oil.
  • Add frozen raspberries. Pulse in short bursts to combine and create a batter with texture.
    Frozen raspberries are in a food processor along with a mixture of oats and other ingredients that have been ground to a fine texture.
  • Test the batter. If it's not sweet enough, stir in another tablespoon of agave nectar. If it's too wet, stir in another tablespoon of ground flax or some more shredded coconut.
  • Use a cookie scoop to portion the batter into equal sizes. Roll these into balls and roll the balls in the remaining shredded coconut. 
  • Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 7 days.

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PROTEIN BOOST: Increase the protein content by adding a tablespoon of vanilla protein powder.
BONUS: Add a few tablespoons of mini chocolate chips for flavor and texture.
Calories: 123kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.4g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.4g | Sodium: 16mg | Potassium: 60mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 2IU | Vitamin C: 3mg | Calcium: 18mg | Iron: 1mg

The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator and should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

This post was originally published in 2013 and was updated to include new photos, new text, and an updated recipe in 2023.

7 Responses to Raspberry Bliss Balls

  1. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMichelle Reply

    5 stars
    I made these bliss balls and they are amazing! I love the raspberry and coconut flavors!

    • Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMarly

      I’m so glad you liked them, Michelle. Thanks for your feedback!

  2. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyBecky Reply

    5 stars
    I made these bliss balls and they’re the best! Served them at a family gathering and everyone loved them. Thanks for the recipe!

  3. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyKat Reply

    Coconut oil is mentioned in the instructions but not listed in the ingredients. What would be the amount to use in this recipe? Thanks!

    • Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyMarly

      Hi Kat. There must have been a glitch in the recipe card, because coconut oil is showing for me. The recipe calls for 2 tablespoons. Hope this is helpful!

  4. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlyJeanette Reply

    So fun Marly – these do remind me of the pink snowballs.

  5. Avatar thumbnail image for MarlySommer @ ASpicyPerspective Reply

    5 stars
    So fun! Loved these as a kid! Great no-bake remake! 🙂

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