Nutriblobs Recipe!

These are excellent quick, on-the-go snacks!

Here’s a recipe for a delicious, easy to make, nutrient-dense snack! (Plus, I promised to post a recipe with gogi berries, a superfood, so here it is! This is the best way I’ve found to use gogi berries.)

Add the following ingredients to your food processor: 1/4 cup raw honey, 1/2 cup dried dates (unsweetened), 1/2 cup chia seeds, 1 1/2 cups of sunflower seeds or cashews (unsalted, preferably raw), 1 cup dried apricots (unsweetened), 1/4 cup coconut oil (gently warmed to liquid), 1/2 cup gogi berries, and 3/4 cup dried coconut flakes (unsweetened)

Blend all ingredients in food processor. Roll into teaspoon or tablespoons size balls. Roll balls in chia seeds. Store in fridge. Yield: 40 balls.

You can also store extras in the freezer to save for later!

This recipe is very easy to modify. Substitute in different types of dried fruits and nuts instead of those listed above for other variations of this delicious and nutritious snack!

Note: These are high-fiber so don’t eat a lot of them at once unless your body is used to consuming lots of fiber!

*Recipe adapted from Earth Balls recipe at Vim and Vigor.

2 thoughts on “Nutriblobs Recipe!

  1. rowleyfour says:

    Grace, I just tried these today for the first time – yum! I didn’t have quite enough dates/apricots, so I also added in some dried cranberries, and I have no idea what gogi berries are! It worked out fine, though. Thanks!

    • Grace says:

      I’m glad you liked them! I’ve been experimenting with different flavors too – like adding in dried cherries instead of dates, etc. It’s a pretty flexible recipe!

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