Saturday, 27 June 2015

Raw date bites.

Hi healthy eaters!
Let's admit all that it's finally summer and vacation time! We don't know about you, but we usually plan what we want to do and accomplish during this break and sometimes our lists are overdone, which leaves us with the disappointment. Nevertheless, we try our best to make each holidays even better than the last one. Basically, we hate losing time and wasting it, so instead we prefer to make some plans in order to do everything we wish during the summer time. Unfortunately, we cannot foresee the future and there are moments when we need to change plans and do something else instead. But it's natural, usual and not a big deal, because everyone has to face it. Nonetheless, it's pretty hard to give up something you've been waiting for for so long. What we've noticed in ourselves and in others is that sometimes we simply forget to go with the flow and do something spontaneously, just without greater efforts put in it, just simply do it and have fun. So just in case you also deal with such issues, always remember to make this particular moment the best one ever, because time flies and with every second a little bit of you is gone. Time is precious, so don't waste it, because you won't get it back. It was just a quick reminder in case you have forgotten! Anyways, food is always good and it helps every single time. Healthy eating, active life and healthy snacks can make you feel heaps better. That is why this time, we decided to prepare something super quick and endlessly tasty. Raw date bites' recipe to be found below. If you try our recipes, then let us know in comments how it works for you. 

Wholesome cooking! 

For 20 bites

1 cup dates
5 dried figs
3/4 cup nuts (we used cashews and almonds)
1 tbsp cocoa
1/4 cup coconut shreds

Soak dates and figs in hot water for 10 minutes. In a food processor blend nuts. Remove from processor and add dates&figs. Blend until creamy. Add nuts, cocoa and shreds. Blend until combined. Form little balls. Put to freezer for 30 minutes, and later store in fridge.

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