Author: Sally Goldfinger

Healthy Ayurveda Energy Balls – Easy To Make. It’s no bake. It’s healthy. It’s vegan. It’s delicious. It’s sugar-free. It’s easy for your stomach to digest. It’s all good for you.


We all enjoy snacks. And being healthy doesn’t mean that food has to be boring and tasteless. There are many wonderful ways to enjoy healthy snacks. In Ayurveda snacks are considered as a healthy part of our diet routine. Natural sweet flavours such as cacao, cinnamon, almonds, dates, etc, help to balance our doshas (body constitution).

The sweet flavours are an excellent way to balance our blood sugar and helps to stimulate our taste buds too.


Dates are the fruits of the date fruit palm tree. It grows in tropical countries. Morocco is knowns as the “country of dates”. I love the many varieties here but when I make my energy balls, I prefer to use either Medjool dates or date paste because of its light consistency.

Dates are one of the most nutritious health foods in the world. In Ayurveda it’s used to balance Vata & Pitta. Other fantastic health benefits of dates are:

  • Relieves constipation
  • Helpful to balance Vata imbalance
  • Nourishes high Pitta (brings the fire energy down)
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Blood sugar stabiliser
  • High in potassium (potassium is key to good heart health)
  • Rich in iron (great if you suffer from iron deficiency)
  • High in magnesium (magnesium is important for our nerve and muscle function)
  • High in fiber (Fiber supports our digestive system and reduces constipation)
  • Improves bone health

My Easy Date Energy Balls – Healthy Ayurveda Snack

Scroll down to see the quick video below


  • 500 gram date paste or use 2 cups Medjool dates ( soak in warm water for 10 minutes, then drain well)
  • 2 Spoonful flaxseeds
  • 2 spoonful sesame seeds
  • 2 spoonful pistachio nuts or almonds
  • 2 spoonful almond flour (optional)
  • 2-4 spoonful cacao powder (depends how chocolatey you like it)
  • 1 spoonful water
  • Pinch of cinnamon (optional)
  • Coconut (optional. The coconut is used to roll the date balls in)

Scroll down to see the 1 min video which shows you the easy process.


  1. Add the 500 gram date paste to a big bowl.
  2. Add 2-4 spoonsfulls cacao powder on top.
  3. Pulse the dry ingredients (sesame seeds, flax seeds, nuts, cinnamon) in a food processor or a blender until they’re in small pieces (see video below)
  4. Add 1 spoonful water. Pulse again.
  5. Add this onto the date paste in the bowl.
  6. Roll into balls, using the warmth of your hands to mold them together. 1 inch bowl gives around 15-18 balls. You can also roll them bigger.
  7. Use coconut, sesame or cacao powder on top to give more flavour.
  8. ENJOY! Eat as is! Or store in the fridge in an air-tight container for up to a 3 weeks.


Healthy Ayurveda Energy Balls – Easy To Make

Share with your friends. If you make a batch, let me see your Ayurveda Energy balls.

Want to bake my vegan chocolate & banana cake? Here is the recipe: