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Alison's Ginger Nut Apricot AmazeBalls


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Ingredients

14 portion(s)

Protein Balls

  • 5 grams fresh ginger, peeled
  • 200 grams almonds
  • 150 grams dried apricots, (Sulpher Free is better)
  • 60 grams Shredded coconut
  • 70 grams coconut oil
  • 10 grams vanilla extract
  • 6
    10min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place ginger in Closed lid, mill 5 seconds/speed 8, scrape sides of bowl and repeat.

  2. Add almonds and apricots in Closed lid and mill 9 seconds/speed 9. Add coconut, coconut oil and vanilla. Blend Counter-clockwise operation 15 seconds/speed 4. Scrape down sides and repeat until combined.

  3. Roll balls into 14 even pieces

  4. Protein balls are approximately 120-150 calories per serving. To be eaten as a "snack" and great for kids lunchboxes!!

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  • Next time I make I will only

    Submitted by kazzle33 on 10. March 2015 - 14:29.

    Next time I make I will only use half the amount of coconut oil. Great flavour, just oily.

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  • Could not roll mixture into

    Submitted by Mulhall27 on 2. October 2014 - 13:01.

    Could not roll mixture into balls as it just crumbled in my hands. I then put 2 tablespoons of honey to sweeten and to make the mixture form into balls and it still did not work. I ended up having to make it into a slice. Did you miss a ingredient to make it stick together? I did like to hint of ginger in the mix.

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  • Is Crystalised Ginger an

    Submitted by ColetteB on 25. September 2014 - 12:28.

    Is Crystalised Ginger an alternative for fresh Ginger in this recipe and if so in what quantity?

    Thanks

    ColetteB


     

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