Raw Balls Of Energy

  • U Serves 12 People
  • P Prep: 00:20
  • P Cook: 00:00
Raw Balls Of Energy

Nutritional Facts

per 1 serving size (Recipe makes 12 servings)


Amount Per Serving


Calories 142

Calories from Fat 57


% Daily Values*


Total Fat 6.31

9.71%


Saturated Fat 1.27

6.35%


Polyunsaturated Fat 0.02


Monounsaturated Fat 0.08


Cholesterol 0.00

0.00%


Sodium 8.88

0.37%


Potassium 166.44


Total Carbohydrate 22.17

7.39%


Dietary Fiber 3.79

15.16%


Sugars 15.84


Protein 3.11


Vitamin A 5.83%

Vitamin C 0.98%


Calcium 3.56%

Iron 5.88%


* Nutritional Values are estimated and may vary

³ Description

Your body is designed to be alkaline. Eating (and drinking) foods that are processed, packaged, & some say cooked at a high temperature, adds acidic toxins to your body that are hard to eliminate. This disrupts your body's delicate acid/alkaline balance, a major cause of excess weight & disease. Incorporating raw foods (preferably organic) helps restore balance & naturally cleanse your system... But hey, I'm no expert! & I'm not on any 'raw food diet' or ANY diet for that matter.. To me, it just makes sense that most people are constantly filling their bodies w/ toxic.

² Ingredients

   

q Directions

1. Place dates/prunes in small bowl w/ 2 T of water. Microwave for 30 secs, then mash a little w/ a fork.

2. Dump mixture in food processor w/ rest of ingredients. Pulse, then scrape sides & blend until everything is combined. If mix seems dry, add 1-2 T of good quality maple syrup.

3. Roll 1 T of mixture into a ball. Repeat until done. Makes 12.

4. You can leave as is & refrigerate. I covered some of mine in coconut, some in cocoa powder, & the rest in cinnamon ☺

Enjoy!

Recipe Provided by @beckybexb

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