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Avo balls

Brief Description

These are like super balls! So high in fiber, healthy fats and a vast range of vitamins and minerals, they are super food. A great way to disguise avocado too if you aren't a fan of it.

They are also lower in sugar as I don't use dates. However do make sure you use ripe bananas. If the batter isn't as sweet at you like, then just add a touch of Natvia or rice syrup or honey to sweeten. 

Best of all you can turn these into high protein clusters too by adding whey or pea protein powder (I use vanilla). Furthermore.... if you want or turn these into chocolate balls by adding cocoa or cacao powder. 
These are particularly good especially if you have a nut allergy and can't eat peanut butter as my other clusters contain peanut butter. 

Ingredients

Avo balls

Avocado cluster

Healthy Recipes

avocado


2

bananas


2

Himalayan Salt


pinch

des. coconut


1.5 cups

chia seeds


2Tb

Cook Time

0 hrs : 10m

Difficulty

1/10

Makes / Serves

Nutrition Facts

calories100 kcal
carbs10.00 g
sugar10.00 g
fat15.00 g
protein8.00 g

Directions

1. Cut open 2 large ripe avocados and scoop flesh into food processor
2. Add ripe bananas 
3. Blend together until smooth
4. Add chia seeds (and optional 1-2 scoops whey or pea protein powder) Or Tb cocoa powder or for added sweetness 2Tb Natvia and blend for 20 seconds
5. Add 1.5 cups finely desiccated coconut ( I use the Tasti Brand) and blend until thick.If need be add in extra coconut.
6. Let rest for few minutes as the coconut will absorb excess moisture so will chia seeds. 
7. Using a tablespoon of mixture at a time, roll into balls and again in desiccated coconut. Put in container and keep in fridge. Will make at least 20 balls. 
2= one serve. 



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