So fast and easy to make that kids can do it themselves. They might actually share them with you. It really only take one minute
|SF||1 c||coconut chips (large flakes)|
|SF||2 c||walnut pieces|
|SF||1 c||sunflower seeds|
|SF||¾ c||raw cacao powder|
|3 Tbsp||coconut nectar (or maple syrup)|
|water as needed for blender|
Blend the coconut into fine pieces in a blender. I do use chips because they are less dry than the typical shredded coconut and coconut flour. Add the other ingredients and blend into a firm paste – adding as much water as needed.
If you don’t have a strong high speed blender you can also purchase ground nuts and seeds and mix everything in a bowl.
Place portions of about one tablespoon on a parchment paper-lined sheet and refrigerate for 30 minutes or more. You can leave them freeform to save time or roll them into neat balls. Either way serve and enjoy!
And if you have an extra minute you can toss your brain boosters in a superfood powder to give it extra colour and extra nutrients.
Green variations: spirulina or matcha or dried nettle
Red variations: acai berry, raspberry freeze dried powder
White variations: shredded coconut