Healthy and Balanced Family Recipes
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9/5/2019 0 Comments
chocolate peanut bliss balls
1/2 cup almonds
1/2 cup walnuts
160g Medjool dates
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 tablespoons cocoa
Extra cocoa, for dusting
1. Place all ingredients into a food processor, blitz until mixture becomes fine and cohesive.
2. Roll tablespoons of bliss ball mixture, roll in coconut and place on baking paper lined tray.
3. Place 1 teaspoon of extra cocoa into a sieve, dust over bliss balls if desired.
4. Refrigerate until firm and serve. (Bliss balls can be frozen in an airtight container for up to 3 months).
Tip – if mixture is too wet, add coconut. Wet fingers slightly when rolling balls
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Nicole is a specialist Paediatric and Family Health Dietitian and Lactation Consultant, in private practice. She provides evidence-based, sustainable nutrition and feeding advice that supports optimal health and growth, and meets a family at their unique needs. Nicole graduated from Monash University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics, and worked as a Clinical Dietitian at a large metropolitan tertiary hospital, with Melbourne’s most critically ill, for over 15 years, before a career change to infant and family feeding.
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