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Cookie Dough Bites


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Ingredients

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  • 100 g organic rolled oats
  • 10 medjool dates, pitted
  • 2 tablespoons Organic coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla Essence/Extract, I use homemade
  • dash agave syrup
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Weigh rolled oats into the TM bowl Closed lid and pulse on Turbo 2-3 times or until fine.

    Add dates, coconut oil, vanilla and agave syrup and blend on Speed 8 for 30 seconds, or until combined.

    Once combined roll the mixture into small bite size balls and store in the fridge or freezer.

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You could also throw in a handful of choc chips, goji berries whatever you like! Just chuck them in after the last step and combine on Reverse Speed 4.

I found this recipe on the Girl makes food blog but have tweaked it to my liking. Enjoy!

//www.girlmakesfood.com/cookie-dough-bites-healthy-vegan/

 


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  • How many balls does this make?

    Submitted by Jess_martins87@hotmail.com on 2. September 2017 - 17:10.

    How many balls does this make?

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  • Yummo. I added some dark chocolate chips. Will be...

    Submitted by Nate's Mum on 10. April 2017 - 07:58.

    Yummo. I added some dark chocolate chips. Will be a regular Smile.

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  • Followed the recipe exactly

    Submitted by Gordy00 on 30. November 2016 - 20:05.

    Followed the recipe exactly and it was delicious! Thanks for sharing 

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  • Love these! Yum yum! I only

    Submitted by 11karen11 on 20. July 2016 - 08:11.

    Love these! Yum yum! I only had normal dates so I added a few extra and a few sultanas too. 

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  • So easy and my partner LOVES

    Submitted by jesikahk on 23. May 2016 - 12:14.

    So easy and my partner LOVES them. He said they're amazing and fudgey and has asked for 100 more. Lucky they're so quick and easy to make!

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  • Quick, easy and delicious!

    Submitted by Felicia81 on 11. June 2015 - 13:39.

    Quick, easy and delicious! Thanks for a great recipe.

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  • Tried these with cacao chips

    Submitted by Shacar on 7. December 2014 - 12:41.

    Tried these with cacao chips and maple syrup instead of agave-delicious, just made a double batch without the cacao and just as delicious- I always keep in the freezer for a quick bite... Might try as a slice next time too.

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  • We love these!! I use rice

    Submitted by Treblesam on 5. October 2014 - 18:06.

    We love these!! I use rice malt syrup instead of agave and I add  linseed to give it some crunch. We eat these as fast as I put them in the fridge! My mother swears these keep her regular haha!

    tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • LOVE LOVE LOVE We eat so much

    Submitted by Lightningmcjack on 23. September 2014 - 13:32.

    LOVE LOVE LOVE

    We eat so much of this I triple the recipe for each batch and make 2 batches at a time!!! 

    Its so handy to have a container (or 5) in the fridge for unexpected visitors. 

    Here is the tweaked recipe that I made up to suit our bulk needs of this deliciously addictive treat: 

    I follow the recipe speeds etc just different quantities and a bit longer mix at the end tmrc_emoticons.) 

    300g oats

    150 dates

    3 teaspoons vanillia (i just fill the cap of the vanilla bottle 3 times)

    65g rice bran oil (or coconut oil)

    65g mayple syrup

    you will need to mix for 1 min speed 8 then check if it's nice and stuck together, if not do another 20 secs If still a bit dry add a teeny tiny bit more syrup and mix a few more secs. 

    then I just press into a number of those rectagular takeway containers and pop the lid on and stack them in my fridge. They are ready to just grab and go! 

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Delicious! I added some

    Submitted by becca_amy89 on 26. June 2014 - 20:07.

    Delicious! I added some macadamia nuts just to increase the protein level. Loved it!

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  • Quick easy and tasty

    Submitted by Kittykat2907 on 6. May 2014 - 14:40.

    Quick easy and tasty

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  • YUM!  Thanks for sharing 

    Submitted by Matacy on 13. February 2014 - 16:32.

    YUM!  Thanks for sharing  tmrc_emoticons.)

    #Maxy#Thermo#IncrediblyInLOVE

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  • these are a hit with the kids

    Submitted by nvmc on 20. November 2013 - 17:41.

    these are a hit with the kids so I double the quantities.

     

    due to my laziness l press the mixture into a container and refrigerate. no rolling for me. once chilled I slice into 1inch squares. Perfect for lunch boxes!

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  • I've made these twice now and

    Submitted by Knf1972 on 22. October 2013 - 19:38.

    I've made these twice now

    and they went just as fast the second time around  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    For the second batch I rolled them in Chia seeds. Adds a nice dimension to them - they look cool and it adds a bit of a crunchy outer layer. 

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  • LOVE This recipe!! Healthy

    Submitted by Delicious mix on 6. August 2013 - 16:46.

    LOVE This recipe!! Healthy guilt free snack for my kids after school! Thank you!  Big Smile

     

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  • No idea how they were dry and

    Submitted by fertilemertile on 7. May 2013 - 20:52.

    No idea how they were dry and crumbly? Maybe you didnt use enough agave or coconut oil? Better luck next time  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    raspberryz

    These bites were very tasty however I did find them very dry and crumbly even after chilling.  Will try making them again and tweak the recipe a little.

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  • These bites were very tasty

    Submitted by raspberryz on 6. May 2013 - 19:30.

    These bites were very tasty however I did find them very dry and crumbly even after chilling.  Will try making them again and tweak the recipe a little.

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  • Im so glad you all like it!

    Submitted by fertilemertile on 2. May 2013 - 19:30.

    Im so glad you all like it! My boys LOVE these. I make them quite small and they are a perfect bribery treat  tmrc_emoticons.p

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  • Wow! these are gorgeous, I

    Submitted by M.Jones on 29. April 2013 - 04:58.

    Wow! these are gorgeous, I just made a batch Cooking 7  and even my husband (who doesn't eat dates, or 'your kind of food!') enjoyed it and said he would eat them again.

    I added some sultanas and hemp seeds to bulk it out a bit and to get some protein in there.  I too used maple syrup (as it's what I had)

    Definitely making these again Big Smile

    Thanks for sharing.

     Wife to Mr Jones. I bought the thermie to help with my new diet change due to health and wellbeing: Pescatarian who is wheat, dairy and sugar free.    

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  • omg the best recipe delish

    Submitted by ashwright22 on 17. March 2013 - 17:48.

    omg the best recipe delish instead of agave syrup i used maple syrum nice heathu sweet treat yummmCooking 7 Cooking 7 Big Smile tmrc_emoticons.D tmrc_emoticons.D tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • omg soo good just made these

    Submitted by ashwright22 on 17. March 2013 - 11:25.

    omg soo good just made these as a snack to take on a picnic soo easy and yummy  instead of agave syrup we used maple syrup but these are awesome and heathy tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Wow, most delicious raw food

    Submitted by niccibics on 6. March 2013 - 22:32.

    Wow, most delicious raw food treat I've tried ever!! Could get very addicted to them - they taste so naughty but they're not & I literally whipped them up between ad breaks while watching a movie! Love

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  • This is a great recipe so

    Submitted by ReneeAmirian on 14. January 2013 - 20:53.

    This is a great recipe so easy. The first thing I made in my thermo and the kids loved it. Thanks   tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Vet wrote: Thanks, ill check

    Submitted by fertilemertile on 13. January 2013 - 11:56.

    Vet

    Thanks, ill check out Woolworths next time I'm there. What else do you use it in?

     

    I found it in the Asian food section tmrc_emoticons.)

    as for using coconut oil I normally use it in place of other oils in a sweet or dessert recipe so your options are endless! It's also good for shallow frying! 

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  • Thanks, ill check out

    Submitted by Vet on 13. January 2013 - 09:02.

    Thanks, ill check out Woolworths next time I'm there. What else do you use it in?

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  • Vet wrote: Coconut oil at our

    Submitted by fertilemertile on 13. January 2013 - 08:56.

    Vet

    Coconut oil at our health food store was $10.00 for a small jar! When I'm not sure if the kids will like this, $10 for an ingredient I've never used before is a bit pricy tmrc_emoticons.(

    I get my organic coconut oil from woolworths for $5.99 for 500ml so sounds like health food shop are overcharging! I do love coconut oil in lots of recipies so even if you dont like these im sure there are plenty of uses for it  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Coconut oil at our health

    Submitted by Vet on 13. January 2013 - 08:44.

    Coconut oil at our health food store was $10.00 for a small jar! When I'm not sure if the kids will like this, $10 for an ingredient I've never used before is a bit pricy tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • Vet wrote: What is agave

    Submitted by fertilemertile on 12. January 2013 - 11:16.

    Vet

    What is agave syrup & what does it taste like? Where do you get it?

    i use loving earth agave syrup and you can get it from most health food shops. If you don't have that you could use some raw honey or some organic maple syrup  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Agave syrup is a natural

    Submitted by ashleajayne on 12. January 2013 - 10:28.

    Agave syrup is a natural sweetener, I think a little bit like honey and you should be able to get it at most health food stores or online health store such as lovingearth.

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  • What is agave syrup & what

    Submitted by Vet on 12. January 2013 - 10:08.

    What is agave syrup & what does it taste like? Where do you get it?

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