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Passionfruit bites

May 10, 2019

Passionfruit bites

These sweet and sour bites are perfect for the lunch box!

Low in sugar, and high in fibre and whole food fat, makes them very satisfying and great for keeping blood sugar levels even. Passionfruit is a kiwi favourite, and they are rich in vitamin A and C – both of which are essential for a healthy immune system.

 

PASSIONFRUIT BITES

Makes 12

Ingredients

4-5 passionfruit, pulp removed

2 cups of desiccated coconut

1 cup almond meal

2 tbsp psyllium husk

2 tbsp honey

4 tbs coconut oil, melted

1 tbsp lemon juice

 

Method

1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor.

2. Process until fine and the dough comes together.

3. Roll tablespoons of mixture into balls.

4. Refrigerate balls until set.





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