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  1. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    So great! I feel like most truffle recipes are chocolate over load but this hits all my buttons

  2. Three-Cookies

    ANZAC cookie dough is the most delicious cookie dough I have ever eaten. Each time I make the cookies I try to freeze some of the dough for later baking but I almost always finish the frozen dough. Cashews and sesames are nice additions but I wonder whether it can still be called ANZAC?

  3. Ricki

    Anzac biscuits were one of the first recipes I made on my blog, and I thought they were delicious! I am soooooo going to try these truffles! (At first I was sure you’d put crushed Anzacs in them, so glad you didn’t!). 🙂

  4. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Your exuberance is exactly why I read your blog. You make me chuckle with your silly quips and crazy antics. AND you talk about chocolate and make awesome raw desserts!

  5. GourmetGetaways

    Anzac biscuits were the second item I made for my blog!! (I started blogging on ANZAC day but didn’t work out how to but the story up until the 3 May) hehe, thank God I have improved 🙂

    I can’t wait to try these little lovelies, I am always looking for something a little different for the kids lunch boxes.

    After your recommendation of the previous story I went back and had a read of it too, I laughed so hard! Well done!!! Very funny stuff 🙂

  6. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    holy deliciosness!! that is all 🙂

  7. Tori @ eat-tori

    Vegan no bake Anzac cookies. Pretty genius stuff. If I could do a cartwheel, I might, in celebration of these (though I am still trying really really hard to master my headstands in yoga)

  8. Angela

    Woah, I definitely need to try these!! Bookmarked to try as soon as humanly possible!

  9. Lizzi

    #1 never doubt yourself and the validity of what you have to say.
    #2 never doubt that elizabeth needs these in her belly.

  10. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Ooh. You are the queen (unless you’d rather be a princess?) of no bake full-of-deliciousness balls! And never doubt that cartwheels and fun and general playing will always, always be received with open arms by me 🙂 Also don’t doubt that if you write a book, I will buy it! What an exciting notion.

  11. Catherine

    Oh, those look lovely!

    And I’d definitely buy a book written by you.


  12. CheezyK

    Hehe, I saw the evil bubblegum ice cream for the first time on Wednesday night (while scanning for mango ice cream that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg …), made me think of cartwheels and for a second I couldn’t think why – then I nearly laughed out loud in the middle of the supermarket (still trying to work out whether that’s a good thing or not).

    Am going to have to add these to my ever growing list of recipes to try, they sound delicious!

  13. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    If you write from your heart, telling your stories with passion and verve you are always going to have happy readers. And if you want to write a book, then just start. Don’t worry about if you have started at the beginning, you could start at the end and construct it in reverse, or do bits and pieces and get them together eventually, you just need to write. A friend of mine is an author and that is her advice. As she says, everyone thinks about being a writer, but to be one you just have to start.

    P.S. I would totally buy your book!

  14. Rach

    Mmm… these look yummy!

  15. Anna Johnston

    You are indeed a genius. I am in awe of your awesomeness. And…. I cannot imagine my world with you not in it. 🙂 You totes write from the core of you and that cuts through. You bring smiles to the blogging community, if peeps dont get your humor, then they simply do not belong in your world.
    Great recipe. I cant wait to try. Mmmmmm!

  16. Margaret

    Darling I thought you’d know by now that the risky posts only make us love you even more!!!
    I’m sure the self timed photos were very difficult – I applaud you for that. 🙂
    Now as a thank you gesture you are trying to kill me with gluten!! Just kidding – I’d use quinoa flakes instead of oats.
    Yes one day you will write a book and it will be extremely fulfilling for you and deeply touch your readers.

  17. Johanna GGG

    those no bake balls are a great idea! now maybe you could write a book while doing cartwheels and set up your photo timer to record that – that would be impressive 🙂 Ok that is really silly – but I am sure you would write a highly entertaining book! (Actually I am already impressed that you got a photo of yourself doing cartwheels with your photo timer)

  18. Lou

    You’re amazing! Love love LOVE this idea, am so gunna give it a whirl (literally) mmm golden syrup, so many childhood memories of licking the lid of the tin, delish 🙂

  19. Heidi

    Many many heel kicks right back at you. You’re one of the most intelligent, hilarious, sparkly (yes, you sparkle) ladies I know. & you write with such wit & warmth, & your stories so often (ie when they’re not serious) make me lol. & I never use the term “lol”, but they do. I would buy your book. I know you’ll write one day, maybe being paid to travel, write & eat chocolate? Thanks for these truffles. I recently made my own truffles, inspired by your frequent truffle/ball brilliance.
    Heidi xo

  20. Bryan

    Classic ANZAC ingredients w cashews and sesame seeds in it.., mm mmmmm….

  21. Eleanor@eatinglikeahorse

    I knew I’d like your blog when I saw your about bit with the genius use of nincompoop, brilliant word, then I read the cartwheel post and liked it even more… and this truffle recipe is the icing on the cake! I agree with you, hurrah for interactions – and I’ll definitely be back 🙂

  22. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Proof again Spay lady that we are related. I am a demon for Anzac biscuits and I would make a beeline-cartwheeling possibly, to a plate of these!

  23. Emma

    Not know of the elusive Anzac, I informed myself about it with your linky link and the google. And now I can say with mild certainty that this post is a positive


    One day I may like cashews, but never will I like bubblegum ice cream. However, I like you. Anzac attack!!

  24. ella @ lifeologia

    These look great 😉
    first time I hear of Anzac!!!!

  25. Hannah

    Hooray, one-way ticket to New York! I see no problem with that… 😉 You could certainly stay with me for a while! You might get bored of No Where, Connecticut pretty quickly though.

    And hooray for no bake, easy as can be treats! The less work I have to do, the more I like them, considering my hectic schedule.

  26. Kath Lockett

    Nice one – might try this in the holidays with the girls!
    Cartwheels, on the other hand (I’m not touching the bubble gum flavoured icecream) will remain just a distant memory for me!

  27. Winston

    Oh my gosh, EASIEST truffle recipes ever!! And huge plus that it’s vegan too. You’re really creative, Hannah. And your yesterday’s post had me in stitches. You’re so funny haha. Thanks for a good laugh =)

  28. Errign

    I have to ask what golden syrup is? These look tastttttty, as all of your treats tend to!

  29. ck

    I am definitely going to have to try these. I made your maple syrup berry muffins and they were awesome. I stashed ’em in the freezer and took two to work each day and they were lovely. And since I detest my current job, they cheered me up each day too! BTW, I don’t think you should fret with anything you post, your followers adore you and your posts. And, you know what? Over the last couple of years, I joined and quickly left some online food type forums that were attached to tv shows, because the nasty comments were a sickening disgrace to me. But I have found without exception so far that food bloggers seem to be a wonderful, loving, caring, supportive group of people. I think too, there are so many blogs and so little time, we all only follow the blogs of those whom we find some common point of interest or enjoyment in their style. And you style is lovely, warm, funny, entertaining, clever and informative. What is not to love? So, go forth and share with us all whatever you will! And hurry up with that book 🙂

  30. msihua

    I’m still not convinced with these vegan no bake recipes of yours.. I feel like a tub of nutella right now 🙂

  31. ash

    I’m definitely going to try these. And I’m glad you didn’t fret for long! Your shhhushing, cartwheel-y post cheered me up mightily. MIGHTILY I say.

  32. ChopinandMysaucepan

    No bake and it looks this good? I like things in life that take little effort with great outcomes! 🙂 🙂

  33. Agnes

    I’m always rolling my eyes and scoffing but I still come back. 😉 Obviously I love your zaniness or something. (It’s definitely not the no bake recipes – hahaha)

  34. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    I have golden syrup I’ve still yet to open! I can make these! Wheeee!

  35. Nic@diningwithastud

    Anzac bikkies are my faaaaave so these are totally fab for me 🙂

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  39. Susanne Arena

    Good onya love, flying the flag for Oz. Mind you with our economy at the moment you are probably better off not living here mate! But your site is fantastic, love it. The recipes look beautiful, and I have notice you have covered all the necessities in life, chocolate, travel, desserts, but you have left out vegemite!!….Lol. All the best. 😉

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