Method

  1. Add shredded coconut and coconut oil to food processor or Thermomix. Blend on high until the consistency is reasonably smooth – you can leave some lumps if you would like for texture
  2. Add dates and process until smooth and combine
  3. Add Kids Good Stuff and process until combined
  4. Take 1 tsp of mix and shape into a ball with your hands – this is a great time to get the kids involved, they love to get their hands dirty!
  5. Roll balls in desiccated coconut to coat.
  6. Store in the fridge and ENJOY!
Makes 20-30 balls Our thanks to Kate Johnson @korewellbeing for this recipe.

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