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Chocolate Snowballs

Indulge in these delicious chocolate snowballs, the perfect afternoon treat.

Chocolate Snowballs

Makes 10


100g                           Walnuts

100g                           Dates

1                                   Ripe Banana

1tbsp                          Agave Nectar

5tbsp                          Cacao

¼ tsp                          Pink Crystal Salt

50g                              Desiccated Coconut


Soak the walnuts overnight and soak the dates for 15 minutes.

Add the walnuts to the blender and grind until small and crumbly. Cut the banana into small pieces and add to the blender, along with the dates, cacao, agave and salt. Blend to a thick and smooth chocolate paste.

Put the desiccated coconut in a small bowl.

Roll up the chocolate mix into medium sized balls in your hands. Roll around in the desiccated coconut until completely covered. Add to a container. Repeat the process.

Store in a container in the fridge. Eat within a week.

Raw Chocolate Brownies

This is my favourite chocolate brownie recipe and it is so quick to make. I make it regularly and take these tasty raw chocolate brownies out with me to have as a snack. It is high in magnesium with the cacao powder, which helps the muscles to relax so can ease cramps. And the walnuts are high in Omega-3-fatty acids, which are good for the skin.

Raw Chocolate Brownies

Makes 10


115g               Walnuts

150g               Dates

4tbsp              Desiccated coconut

4tbsp              Cacao powder

2tbsp              Agave Nectar

1/4tsp             Himalayan pink crystal salt


Firstly soak the walnuts overnight in filtered water.

Put the walnuts in the food process and blend for 30 seconds.

Add the remaining ingredients and blend for another 30 seconds until the mixture starts to stick together in a lump.

Scoop the mixture out into a brownie dish and press down with a spoon until the mixture is evenly spread out.

Put in the fridge for an hour.

When chilled, slice into square pieces and wrap each piece in cling film for a portable snack!