PassionAtely Nutty Bites

I am always making some version of these bites. You can experiment with flavours and add in superfoods to increase the nutrients, for example, Spirulina for increased mental and sports endurance, Maca for a boost in energy!

You can buy healthy bars/balls at a premium, however, making your own is so easy, less expensive and much more exciting.These are perfect for kids and a way to get them involved in making their own healthy snacks. To make them nut free you can swap for seed/cacao butter or miss out altogether and add a little more milk. You will need a good blender to make these, so enjoy experimenting and tasting!

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Passionately Nutty Bites
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balls
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Other ingredients you could add or swap into this recipe:
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balls
Ingredients
Other ingredients you could add or swap into this recipe:
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PassionAtely nutty bites

A perfect on the go snack!

I am always making some version of these bites. You can experiment with flavours and add in superfoods to increase the nutrients, for example, Spirulina for increased mental and sports endurance, Maca for a boost in energy!

You can buy healthy bars/balls at a premium, however, making your own is so easy, less expensive and much more exciting.These are perfect for kids and a way to get them involved in making their own healthy snacks. To make them nut free you can swap for seed/cacao butter or miss out altogether and add a little more milk. You will need a good blender to make these, so enjoy experimenting and tasting!

ingredients

150g oats
1 tbsp unsweetened coconut
2 tbsp nut butter (sugar and oil free)
60-70g dates
6 tbsp unsweetened nut/rice/oat or coconut milk
optional: vanilla bean extract and pinch of Himalayan salt
My family and I found these sweet enough, however, if you feel you need a little more sweetness, you could add a teaspoon of erythritol, stevia or date nectar

method

makes 10-12nutty bites

 

  • Blitz the oats until a flour-like consistency.
  • Add all of the ingredients together into the blender or food processor and blitz until smooth and combined.
  • Shape into balls and place into a container suitable for the freezer.
  • Keep in the freezer until ready to eat –  at least 1-2 hours

Other ingredients you could add or swap into this recipe:
cacao butter
coconut oil
cacao nibs
cacao powder
zest and or juice from an orange
cashew nuts
seeds e.g. chia, sunflower, flax etc.

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