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Easy Apricot Bites


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Ingredients

  • 250 grams dried Apricots
  • 50 grams pitted Dates
  • 100 grams of desiccated Coconut
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Recipe's preparation

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  1. Place Apricots, Dates and Coconut into bowl – Mix for 10 seconds on speed 7, then another 10 seconds on speed 10.

    Empty ingredients into a lined baking tray and smooth mixture evenly to about a 2cm thickness. Place on top of the mixture baking paper and use a glass to press down mixture, rolling the glass over mixture compressing down.

    Refrigerate for at least an hour to harden.

    Once mixture is firm, lift out of the tin with the baking paper and cut into long logs and cut into bite sizes.

    Place bites into a container, and you can add a little extra coconut (I didn’t)

    Refrigerate in an airtight container.

    Easy snacks ready to go.

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Tip

I also use Cranberries, Sultanas and Apricots with a mixed combination of 250 grams, the more cranberries used the sweeter the taste.


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  • Made these for my daughter and they are a winner!...

    Submitted by Maceymoo on 3. March 2018 - 10:27.

    Made these for my daughter and they are a winner! So easy! Added in some coconut oil because I thought it was crumbly- I won't do this again, it made it very hard to work with! Smile

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  • I had plain dates & my apricots were very dry. Mix...

    Submitted by ebaquilter on 8. December 2017 - 11:48.

    I had plain dates & my apricots were very dry. Mix was a bit dry after mixing so I added 3 medjool dates & then it worked fine. Thanks for sharing.

    Life is too short to drink cheap plonk

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  • Hi, I made these today to go into our 'Christmas...

    Submitted by Petra01 on 23. December 2016 - 00:29.

    Hi, I made these today to go into our 'Christmas goodie box', I didn't have the majool dates (not sure what type they were, but smaller) Anyway, the mix was quite crumbly, but once I pushed it into the Thermie snack mould and put it in the fridge to set, it turned out fine. Very nice and refreshing. Thanks

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  • I added another 50grams of

    Submitted by rindabella on 10. October 2016 - 11:21.

    I added another 50grams of apricots as mine were quite dry and it worked beautifullY. Delicious i will definitely make again.

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  • Really easy to make and taste

    Submitted by Jazz123 on 1. June 2016 - 17:07.

    Really easy to make and taste delicious. (although my chocoholic daughter thinks they need a drizzle of chocolate too!)

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  • So quick and easy!

    Submitted by Suz84s on 9. May 2016 - 12:36.

    So quick and easy!

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  • What a yummy recipe...

    Submitted by hanz on 3. April 2016 - 16:09.

    What a yummy recipe...

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  • Very tasty and so good for

    Submitted by smithjol on 23. January 2016 - 23:07.

    Very tasty and so good for you.  Look for dried apricots without sulphites for an even healthier snack.

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  • I have made these apricot

    Submitted by Sandpiper on 12. July 2015 - 21:59.

    I have made these apricot delights several times now, easy and yummy.

    They are a perfect snack if you need a sweet fix anytime of the day, without the added sugar.  

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