Creamy, No-Cook Chocolate Chip Balls

Remember those Creamy Chocolate Chip Balls that I mentioned yesterday? Well, here’s the recipe! And, oh my goodness, they are incredible. Definitely make them!

Creamy, No-Cook Chocolate Chip Balls

These little bite-size treats literally melt in your mouth thanks to some smooth cinnamon cream cheese, but they’re not all mush either. Cooled coconut oil gives them a firm texture and a subtle sweetness while chocolate chips and rolled oats add a bit of crunch and chew to these delicious dessert balls. Bonus: They are relatively low in calories!

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  1. Combine all ingredients, except chocolate chips, until fully blended. (Blend by hand or in a small food processor.) Once blended, stir in chocolate chips.
  2. Roll batter into 1-inch balls and place on wax paper on top of a plate or tray.
  3. Place plate/tray in refrigerator to cool balls for 2+ hours.
  4. Remove from refrigerator and enjoy immediately.

Makes 7-8 balls

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  1. Did you find that the coconut oil got a little hard when it hit the cold cream cheese? I was making a Paleo bread the other day and melted my coconut oil and then added cold eggs… I ended up with chunks of hardened oil! Cooking fail… 🙂

  2. I love using cheese – what a surprise ingredient! I like that these balls do not have a nut butter. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love nut butters, but this is a great new take on a familiar recipe.

  3. I’ve been waiting for this recipe since you mentioned them! I’m going to try them to Lorna, although I don’t think that I can get that type of laughing cow!

  4. i made something similar the other day with oats, peanut butter, honey, vanilla, ground flaxseed, and chocolate chips. yum! i’ll have to try these too!

  5. I substituted brown sugar for white sugar and added some chopped walnuts. I bought the Laughing Cow cinnamon cream cheese at Walmart. These are very easy to make and definitely worth trying.

  6. I love your recipes but where is the nutritional information for them? It’d be nice to see how many calories these creations are as well as fat content, sugar, etc.

  7. So I saw these and was SO excited to try them …. I’ve made three batches within one week…. I may have a problem! (But this last time I added flax seed so that makes it like a fiber bar right? 😉 )

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