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Quick Energy Bites - Apricot - Dates Energy balls (kids snack)

These make an amazing snack for that instant energy boost.

These bite-sized Apricot- Dates Energy Bites are also healthy snack that’s tasty too!. These stay great for a week in fridge. Perfect for sweet tooth cravings, post work out energy. These amazing Apricot-Date Energy Bites are nutrient rich, ridiculously delicious, sugar-free and gluten-free little beauties! And they are so, so easy to make – just let the food processor or blender do all of the work! 😀 A healthy protein packed snack perfect as a post- workout snack and you can tuck these beauties in kids lunchbox.They taste more like dessert than a healthy protein bite. They also make a great dessert when you are craving something sweet! ðŸĪŠðŸ˜‹ Things you would need for these cute lil bites -15 dried apricots -6 -8 medjool dates -1/4 cup almond meal -1/4 cup desicated coconut -1 tbsp coconut oil -Blender or food processor.

Method:

  1. Add everything in blender and process till it's all combined.
  2. Cover these in Coconut flakes / pistachio powder or sprinkles/ flax seeds , roll them .
  3. These stay good for about a week in fridge. You can even freeze them for a month.
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