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Healthy Halloween treats: A recipe for Devilishly Raw Donut Holes

Devil costume
This little devil will love your sweet, healthy treats

If you’re dressed like Jane Fonda at your Halloween bash, you don’t want to be serving up the sugar-packed treats normally associated with the holiday.

Thankfully, Lisa Paris, the raw, vegan how-to gal behind, has an alternative—a frighteningly easy recipe that will satisfy many a sweet tooth—from tiny fairies and cowboys to adult witches and zombies.

“Watch out!” says Paris. “They’re devilishly good.”

Devilishly Raw Donut Holes
Recipe by: Lisa Paris of

Yields about 20 little devils, depending on size.

1 pound Medjool dates, pitted
2 ¼ cups dried or shredded coconut
sea Salt

Lisa Paris raw vegan recipe
Lisa Paris, of

Pit the dates and reserve a ¼ cup of the coconut in a small bowl (this will be used for rolling later).

Combine pitted dates, the rest of the coconut (2 cups), and a couple dashes sea salt in a food processor, fitted with the “s” blade. Pulse for 30 seconds to a minute or until a dough like consistency has formed.

Roll the dough into one-inch balls, coating them in the reserved coconut.

That’s all there is to it! Note: These little guys keep best when refrigerated.

Need more help? Watch the video for step-by-step guidance from Paris.