I make these as they are nut free and a healthier alternative to the kids lunch boxes over junk food, packets of chips etc. All the ingredients can easily be purchased at IGA



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Ingredients (serves 1 | makes 12 )

  • 1 cup Coconut Dessicated
  • 1 cup Apricots Dried
  • 1 tbsp Cacao
  • 1 tbsp Apricot Jam (optional)

Method

  1. Blend dried apricots up in a food processor or Ninja for 4 minutes.
  2. Add coconut and cacao and blend for another minute.
  3. Pour mixture into bowl and roll into small balls firmly pressing together all the mix. If the mix is too dry add a very small amount of water or a tablespoon of apricot jam to rehydrate apricots so they stick together.

Notes... To make more double quantities of each ingredient.

  • These look great, and so simple to make! I’m making some today!!

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  • This sounds amazing i like the ingredients combination

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  • These look soooo good! And sound far too good to be healthy lol sounds like a win/win!

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  • sounds delicious, healthy and I love different ‘ball’ things as they are great to put in lunch boxes.

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  • Always loving new and different options for ‘balls’. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Very simple but tasty recipe

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  • Always nice.
    It’s always nice to vary as well. I regularly make just apricot coconut balls (so no jam, no cacao).

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  • Oh yum, and only three ingredients, I really like that. I would leave out the jam because of the sugar

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  • A new and different take on truffles and/or protein balls. Love to try these.

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  • These sound good, I could get my older daughter to make them herself for school treats

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  • No mucking about here, thanks heaps.

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  • Yep a lovely, versatile recipe. So simple to make nice homemade treats for the kids. Thanks for the post

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  • These look super yummy and easy to make :)

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  • I love this flavour combination!

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  • Yum simple but looks delicious. Do you think I’d need to add a moister!binder if I don’t add jam?

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