Almond Pulp Reese's Balls. These almond pulp energy balls are another great recipe to use up the almond pulp when you make homemade almond milk! They are no bake and totally healthy! Plus, they are naturally gluten free, dairy free, and vegan friendly.
Pat the almond pulp dry in a towel. If the almond milk wasn't thoroughly squeezed from the almond pulp, you could end up with very wet & sticky batter.
In your food processor add everything except for the chocolate chips and coconut flour. Pulse the blender until the mixture is totally combined.
Test your batter by rolling a piece between your fingers. If it does not stick to your fingers you can add in the chocolate chips.
IF it sticks to your fingers: add in 1-2 tablespoons of coconut flour (2 for very sticky batter). Pulse the food processor until the coconut flour is mixed in. Let it sit for ~10 minutes to give the coconut flour time to absorb the excess liquid.
Finally, add in the chocolate chips. If you like chocolate chunks: simply stir them in with a spoonIf you like it to be creamy: pulse the food processor to your desired texture
Store these in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days!