This means baking, eating, cooking, eating, decorating, mountain adventures, fires in the snow, eating, treats, family, friends, love and did I say eating? Cause’ that’s what you do for xmas. Stuff your face with treats upon treats.
Today I am giving you coconut snowballs & yummy blondies. The snowballs are loaded with a great source of healthy fat from the oil in the coconut and bring you to a vacation in your mind like your in Bali sippin’ something sweet from a fresh coconut while lounging in the suns hot rays. Then the blondies taste like fresh cookie dough like when you were a child and would sneakily steal a handful of dough from the bowl cause’ it’s so much better un-cooked. No more needed to be said to convince you on these baby’s.
•3 cups unsweetened, shredded coconut
•1/4 cup maple syrup
•1 small can of 100% coconut water
•1 cup almond flour
•1/4 cup dark chocochips for drizzle (optional)
Do a little bit of this:
1.) combine all dry ingredients and maple syrup (except chocochips) together into a food processor.
2.) turn on food processor and slowly add the coconut water until the consistency is good for rolling the snowballs without falling apart. (I used about 1/2 cup of coconut water.) Be sure to continually scrape sides so it all gets mixed together well.
3.) get those hands dirty and start rolling into the batter into balls.
4.) melt choco over the stove and drizzle the balls
•1 1/4 mashed ripe banana
•1 1/2 tbsp melted coconut oil
•1/4 cup almond milk
•1 tbsp vanilla
•1 1/2 cup spelt flour
•1 1/2 tsp baking powder
•1/4 tsp baking soda
•1/4 tsp sea salt
•1/4 cup chopped walnuts
•1/4 cup dark choco chips
1.) heat over to 325 degrees
2.) combine dry ingredients in one bowl & wet in another bowl.
3.) pour the wet ingredients slowly while mixing together
4.) pour the delicious batter into a greased baking pan
5.) bake for about 23-25 minutes
Yum. Enjoy xx