Coconut, Almond & Cranberry Snack

Coconut, Almond & Cranberry Snack

Delicious snack with coconut, almonds and cranberry. Not exactly cookies and not exactly an energy bar. Kind of a very, very tasty combination between the two. Gluten-free, low-carb and no harmful white sugar. 16 pieces   Ingredients 2 cups coconut flakes 2 cups...
Coconut, Almond & Cranberry Snack

Rich Energy Bars for a Quick, Healthy Snack

Delicious energy bars that are much better than anything you can buy in a store, even a nature store. 10 minutes prep and 25 minutes baking and you have 10 delicious snacks available when you need a quick meal. Ingredients 2 cups coconut chips 1.5 cups sliced almonds...
Granola Bars

Granola Bars

Very tasty granola bars that are also easy to make. I always have a box at home and this is my son’s favorite breakfast before kindergarten. He takes two snacks with him on the way to kindergarten and can sleep half an hour longer in the morning. Ingredients 1...
The Healthiest Energy Bars in the World

The Healthiest Energy Bars in the World

Special homemade energy bars that are also unbelievably healthy. Almonds, flaxseed, cherries, goji berries (the world’s healthiest berries) and chia seeds – an impressive list of superfoods that fill the body with health. Ingredients 2.5 cups chopped...
Cashew Coconut Bars

Cashew Coconut Bars

Although those are relatively fat snacks because of the coconut and kinds of butter, but they are sugar-free, low-carb and gluten-free. Lucky those are very healthy kinds of butter from almonds and cashews. And the special taste of those snacks is occasionally worth...
Healthy Energy Balls from Dried Fruits

Healthy Energy Balls from Dried Fruits

Amazing energy balls from dried fruit that kids love too. Those balls are an excellent snack to take to the playground with the kids or to the beach. Ingredients 1/2 cup chopped dried apricot 1 cup chopped dates 1/2 cup dried blueberries 2 teaspoons melted butter or...
Protein Balls with Peanut Butter

Protein Balls with Peanut Butter

A great snack when you need something small to tied you over. Also a good substitute for a protein shake – instead of drinking protein you can eat two or three balls with coffee or tea and that does the same job. Ingredients 1 cup of sugar-free peanut butter 1...
Low-Cal Chocolate Balls with Coconut

Low-Cal Chocolate Balls with Coconut

Really tasty chocolate balls that have fewer calories than the usual ones. They contain only dates, not sugar, not sweet chocolate – nothing harmful. Just dates, coconut, cocoa powder and that’s it. Ingredients 2/3 cup pitted and choped dates 2 cups...
Coconut, Almond & Cranberry Snack

Gluten-Free Coconut Treats

Special coconut treats without flour and no baking. They’re not exactly cookies, but they can definitely be served as cookies or as energy bars. Ingredients 1/2 cup coconut oil 1/2 cup of coconut cream – not coconut milk but thicker 1/2 cup coconut flakes...
Healthy Energy Balls from Dried Fruits

Tahini & Prunes Balls

Healthy balls to replace chocolate balls, that kids really like. They are also very tasty energy balls thanks to the nuts and tahini. Gluten-free, sugar-free and low-carb. Ingredients 1/2 cup unroasted cashews 1/2 cup walnuts 1 cup raw tahini 1 compressed cup of...

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