These Thermomix ANZAC balls are a bit of a twist on an Anzac biscuit! These no bake balls are so quick, easy and yummy. They're also rather addictive so I'd suggest you double the batch!
Recipe inspired by and tweaked to be made in the Thermomix from emerald + ella.
- 100g almonds
- 60g rolled oats
- 30g desiccated coconut + extra for rolling
- 20g chia seed
- pinch sea salt
- 70g golden syrup
- 2 teaspoon ThermoFun Vanilla Bean Paste
- 1 tablespoon water
- Place almonds, oats, coconut, chia seed and salt into TM bowl and mix 3 sec / speed 8.
- Add golden syrup, vanilla and water and mix 6 sec / speed 8.
- Roll into balls and coat in coconut and place in fridge.
If you are wanting to make it nut free - use half pepitas and half sunflower seeds instead of the almonds.
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Sylvia Halden says
Love these, so easy I made them very small so made a whole lot. Added cocoa to some of the mixture as some people are hard to convince that healthy is tasty. Both tasted really good.
Took them to Bowls early morning to have with a cuppa.
Any idea on what I can use instead of oats? Wanting to make it gluten free
Can I use honey instead of syrup?
Hi Christine, honey should be fine to use. :)
Can you use a substitute for the vanilla paste? Can you just use vanilla essense? Many thanks for your help
Yes you can use vanilla essence Katrina :D Enjoy!
Annette Bowers says
Yum!! I could have sat here just eating out of the bowl. I cheated though and have put mine in bars as I'm too lazy to roll them lol. Do these freeze?
Hi Annette, yes they freeze great and also it does make it a little hard not to eat it out of the bowl! Also bars that's a cool idea.
Linda Cox says
Can I leave out chia seeds , or substitute something else?
Linda as there is only 20g chia seeds you can leave them out if you wish. :)
These are so easy to make. Kids scored them 8/10 and they are fussy when it comes to snacks
Thanks Kylie! Always great to hear that fussy kids can be satisfied! :)
Yum! These are so delicious. Gotta love the fact that something so yum is also healthy.
Thank you Darra. Yes amazing how addictive they are! :)
Merren Stockdale says
Fantastic recipe, I have made it so many times and never tire of it. Great to take on camping trips.. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks for the comment Merren :D Wonderful to hear :)
These sound delicious!
I don't own a thermomix, so was wondering if there was another method?
Many thanks :)
Hi BDC, Thanks for dropping by - Just having a look over the recipe I would suggest a food processor to make these balls. Let me know how you go :D
Leonie these are absolutely delicious!!!! My kids cant stop eating them, which is good because otherwise id eat them all lol.
Thank you Romina - yes I totally agree they are very addictive! :)
Yum, yum, yum!! I just made these and instead of the 100g almonds and 20g chia seeds, I just chucked in a mix of 120g of almonds, chia seeds, linseeds, seasame seeds, poppy seeds, and sunflower seeds! Deliciousness!
Thanks Ami - yes a very versatile but always yummy recipe! :)
These are fantastic!
Thanks! Pleased you enjoyed them! :)
These look amazing! What could i substitute the almonds with as i have a nut allergy child?
Hi Donna - a mix of sunflower and pumpkin seeds would be a good substitute (although I haven't tried it). I'd love to hear how they go with these subs. Enjoy! They are rather addictive! I've made 3 batches in the last 3 days!! lol! :)
I just made these, so easy and tasty.
Pleased you enjoyed them Sandra - they don't last long hey! ;)