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  1. Natalie says

    Can you post the nutritional value per each piece? I get the feeling they pack quite the caloric punch! Would be interesting to see nutritional facts laid out for your concoctions. Thanks!

    • Kim says

      When I put the recipe in a calculator, I get 131 calories per “bite”! With 8.4 grams of fat and 5.3 grams of sugar! So pretty high for a small snack, especially if you wanted to have more than 1.

        • Tonya says

          Exactly! Besides the fat comes from the walnuts and coconut butter and the sugar from honey. You can tweak recipes anyway you see fit to adjust the sugar and fat per bite. I would probably use dates instead of honey, slivered almonds because that’s what I have on hand, etc.

  2. Peta says

    These were super good, thanks Kath!! I used coconut flour and added finely grated lemon rind of one small lemon – tastes like decadent lemon slice and came together in 5 minutes.

  3. Emily says

    Wow, yes I love the one bowl snacks, especially little round energy bites that you can just pop into your moth super quick for an energy boost. 😉

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