View Larger Image Zero Waste Energy Balls If you are a type of person who makes everything from scratch including almond milk, you are left with a byproduct – pulp! We made energy balls with those pulp but with a little twist to the flavor. Can you guess what? Shiro Miso! (Did we tell you we like adding a secret ingredient to our dessert?) To make it look pretty, we also prepared 4 toppings. Yum! You can freeze them too, so double or triple the recipe and save them for later. Future you will appreciate now you! Comment below what you make with pulp or any byproduct when you make something. We like to hear your zero waste ideas! Zero Waste Energy Balls Yield: 12 Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 20 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Print Ingredients 1/2 cup Almond pulp 1/2 cup Pecans (or other nuts) 10-12 Medjool dates, pitted 1/4 cup Cacao powder 1 Tbsp Cacao nibs 1 tsp Vanilla extract 1/2 tsp White Miso Toppings Cacao powder, matcha, sesame seeds, kinako, etc. (optional) Instructions In a food processor, add almond pulp (from making almond milk), pecans or other nuts, and dates. Process until combined (chunky).Then, add cacao powder, cacao nibs, white miso, and vanilla extract. Process until combined.If dry, add a bit of water to adjust the texture. It should be moist enough to form a shape with fingers.Make the dough into bite-size balls. One recipe makes about 12 balls.Prepare toppings you want to coat your balls with (optional). Notes * You can freeze them too (it keeps for about 1 month), so double or triple the recipe and enjoy them for later! Misako Ozawa2023-09-24T01:33:42+00:00June 11, 2023|0 Comments Share This Post with Your Friends and Family! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInWhatsAppPinterestEmail Related Posts Raw Miso Chocolate Gallery Raw Miso Chocolate Rice Amazake Bread [Gluten-free] Gallery Rice Amazake Bread [Gluten-free] Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.