Carrot Cake Balls

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These no bake Carrot Cake Balls are so easy to make with just 6 simple ingredients. They are naturally sweetened with dates and have no added sugar. They are also vegan, gluten-free, and oil-free. A great whole food snack that is ready in 10 mins and is so healthy.

Carrot Cake Balls on a long plant, front view

The recipe for these Carrot Cake Balls is plant-based. They are made with only whole food ingredients. These bites are also raw and contain no refined sugar, no oil, or other harmful substances.

The Carrot Cake Balls are a great way to serve some raw hidden healthy veggies to kids. You can take them to school or work or enjoy them as a snack while traveling.

Carrot Cake Vegan Balls in a small wooden basket

SIMPLE WHOLE FOOD INGREDIENTS

These easy Carrot Cake Balls are made with only 6 simple whole food ingredients. Here is what you need.

  • carrot – one medium raw carrot
  • walnuts – use plain raw walnuts with no added salt, sugar, or oil
  • sunflower seeds – I use plain raw sunflower seeds
  • dates – use regular dates, better if they are soft and moist
  • cinnamon – adds delicious flavor and aroma
  • shredded coconut – to roll the bites
The ingredients for the carrot cake balls, top view

Find the complete list of ingredients and amounts in the recipe card below.

How to make Carrot cake balls

These Carrot Cake Balls can’t be any easier to make. Yet they are full of some sweet cinnamoney flavor that is so satisfying.

The carrot cake balls in a small plate

Just follow these 2 simple steps to get this healthy sweet treat ready in no time.

Step 1: Place all ingredients for the Carrot Cake Balls in a food processor. Blend for several minutes until everything is chopped and mixed together.

Step 2: Take about one teaspoon of the mixture and roll it into a ball. Continue with the remaining mixture. Then, roll each ball into shredded coconut.

step by step making of the carrot cake balls

Enjoy!

the carrot cake balls on a table

These Carrot Cake Balls are:

  • Plant-based (vegan)
  • Whole food
  • No bake
  • Oil-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Have no added sugar
  • Healthy
  • Easy to make
  • Ready in 10 mins
  • So sweet and cinnamoney!
The carrot cake balls in a platter

How to store

Store these Carrot Cake Balls in an air tight container in the fridge for up to 1 week.

If you enjoy bite-sized treats and snacks make sure to check my other healthy recipes:

The carrot cake balls in a  S shaped plat
Top view of the carrot cake balls on a platter

If you give these Carrot Cake Balls a try, I’d love a comment and recipe rating below. You can snap a picture and don’t forget to tag me in your Instagram or Facebook post with @wellnessdove and #wellnessdove, I would love to see your remakes!

Vegan Carrot Cake Balls

Carrot Cake Balls

Yield: 25 bites
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

These delicious Carrot Cake Balls are so easy to make with just 6 simple ingredients. They are naturally sweetened with dates and have no added sugar.

They are also vegan, gluten-free, and oil-free.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients for the Carrot Cake Balls in a food processor. Blend for several minutes until everything is chopped and mixed together.
  2. Take about one teaspoon of the mixture and roll it into a ball. Continue with the remaining mixture.
  3. Roll each ball into shredded coconut. Enjoy!

Notes

  • The recipe makes about 25 balls.
  • If you prefer you can blend the mixture for the carrot cake bites for longer if you want a smooth texture or you can leave it a bit chunky and chewy.

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