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Have you been curious about plant-food? Maybe as a complete transformation, or possibly you’re looking to replace a few meals per week? Look no further! I’ve been perfecting my own recipes for the last 7 years. I’ve transformed all of my favourite comfort foods to be plant-based. I have many no added sugar options, gluten-free, and the most obvious, meat, egg and dairy free!

 I know cooking healthy meals for yourself and your family can be time consuming. I love doubling and tripling recipes so that I can have extra meals on hand ready to go. My  soup section is huge and you will love batch cooking them  to give you more time to do the things you love!

 I also have a large selection of healthy snacks that are quick and easy to make and pack. Including some nut free options for the kiddos to take to school. We know that packaged foods aren’t great for optimal health. Let me show you how easy it can be to whip up a healthy treat that the whole family will love!

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Instructions 

1. Put your topping of choice in a bowl and set aside.

2. Place the remaining ingredients in a food processor.

3. Blend on high for a few minutes. You will need to scrape down sides and blade.

4. Blend again. The mixture will begin to look like a paste, with some chunks of nuts.

5. Remove everything from the food processor into a bowl and mix in any loose nuts by hand.

6. Roll small balls, then place into your topping and press the topping on until fully covered.

 

Tip: you can slightly wet the balls to help the topping stick if need be.

 

Store in fridge or freezer for a month.

• 2.5 cups dates
• 1.5 cups whole raw almonds
• 2 tbls of raw cacao
• 3 tbls of milled chia or shredded coconut (to use as topping)

 

No Bake Almond Date Balls

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Ingredients