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NO BAKE STRAWBERRY ALMOND ENERGY BALLS #strawberry

NO BAKE STRAWBERRY ALMOND ENERGY BALLS #strawberry

NO BAKE STRAWBERRY ALMOND ENERGY BALLS 

These strawberry almond vitality balls are jam pressed with sound fixings, and they just take 5 fixings and 5 minutes to make. Before sufficiently long these will be a standard in your supper prep revolution. 

On the off chance that you've advanced around the web, you've presumably observed a couple of formulas for "ecstasy balls" or "vitality balls". Whatever you call them, they're out there, and they're great. In case you're advanced around Cozy Peach Kitchen, you've presumably observed that I cherish strawberries. In this way, today I present to you no prepare strawberry almond vitality balls, the ideal speedy tidbit or sweet tooth quencher. 

These little chomps of heavenliness (sorry, I truly like them!!) contain strawberries, dates, almonds, dry oats, and destroyed coconut drops. Dates are the foundation of these strawberry almond vitality balls, in view of their sweetness. They are starch thick, which rises to vitality. Subsequently, vitality balls! Since date sugars are appended to fiber, nutrients, and minerals, they're a superior alternative for a sweet vitality kick than unadulterated table sugar. 

Almonds include the scarcest piece of smash to this generally delicate vitality ball, just as protein and solid fats. Almonds are an incredible plant based protein source, and one that I wind up eating generally days. I convey a mass sack of almonds around in my work tote, which implies that I likewise have arbitrary almonds drifting around at the base of my pack consistently. Umm. Proceeding onward…

NO BAKE STRAWBERRY ALMOND ENERGY BALLS #strawberry

Ingredients : 
  • 1 cup pitted medjool dates
  • 4 medium strawberries, sliced
  • 3/4 cup slivered almonds
  • 1/2 cup rolled oats, dry
  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut flakes

Instructions : 
  1. Combine all ingredients, except the coconut flakes, in a food processor. Process until almonds are broken up into tiny pieces (not fully ground) and the ingredients form a paste-like consistency (as pictured in blog). You should be able to form the dough into a ball without too much sticking to your hands. Form into 13-14 ping pong sized balls and let rest in the fridge for about an hour*.
  2. Pulse the coconut flakes in the food processor, or chop up finely by hand until they are broken down into small pieces. Roll the chilled balls in the coconut flakes. Store in fridge for up to a week. Enjoy!

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