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As a general guideline for your first batch, using a 1/2 cup of each nut will yield more than a dozen little balls. Dates add the sweetness but also help hold the balls together so if you canít get the paste to hold its shape, try adding a few more. Coconut oil also helps with this. If you donít have the patience to roll a dozen or more little balls, simply spread the paste out evenly in a baking pan and sprinkle with coconut. Whether you eat them as balls or bars, Coltingís Cocoa and Coconut Snacks are a good solution to afternoon hunger pangs.
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/cocoa-and-coconut-snacks/Submitted by SUZUKIBEANE
Really versatile recipe! Add different fruits and nuts as you want!Submitted by JSHAFFER10
Very High in calories, but good calories from whey protein, all natural ice cream, rice milk and organic yogurt if made with the ingredients presented in this recipe!
This is a great "after workout" smoothie!Submitted by JASI27
This is a smoothie my dietitian and I made when I was admitted to hospital a while ago. It's very healthy, large, and tastes AWESOME!
Other patients saw it (and smelt) it and could not resist making one with me. Kids would definately enjoy this great tasting (while healthy) treat!Submitted by MEG0967