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Jane’s Tropical Recovery Bites

Jane’s Tropical Recovery Bites

by Carys Brunner |  17 Jul 2017

Prep time: 10mins

I am pretty lucky in that I have a gorgeous family and some amazing friends. Last year was not my best year to date (to put it mildly) but I survived it with a little (or a whole dollop) of help from my friends/family. One particular lady has been there every time I needed - tears, celebrations, sounding block and drinking buddy, so when she asked me to make these this week, I was only too happy to oblige. Apparently they are the best yet. So these are for you Jane - thanks mate xxx

The recipe is as follows (makes about 12-15)


  •  1 cup of coconut flour (I used gluten free)
  •  3 scoops of vanilla protein powder
  •  4 tbsp of melted coconut butter
  •  3 tbsp of mixed seeds - again whichever you like but I used chia, flax and sunflower seeds
  •  1 tbsp of mango powder to give them an extra anti-oxidant boost
  •  3 tbsp of desiccated coconut
  •  1/2 cup of frozen tropical fruit - your choice

Method

  1. Put all the ingredients together in a Food mixer and whizz together for 30 seconds
  2. Roll into balls and either pop into the freezer for a crunchy texture, or in the fridge for a truffle like effect. Its simple and delicios. Its there then to grab when you feel you need a little boost of energy.

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