Apple Pie Raw Bites have the warm spices and fruits that are found in the winter season. If you have read my other posts you’ll see a pattern of a ton of apple desserts. I love APPLES!
Apple desserts are my favorite and since they can be found almost all year round it is a great starting point for so many delicious recipes.
I am excited for spring when more fruit is available and even more in the summer, this recipe can be transformed so easily just by changing the fruits.
This recipe is super simple and you can make a bunch store then in your fridge for a month in an airtight container and enjoy then whenever you’d like.
New Year, New Focus…
One thing I want to focus on is making more things I love to eat outside of my home kitchen and make them Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy Free friendly for my at home lifestyle.
So replicating the “That’s It!” was a lot easier than I thought. They are all fruit, gluten free, dairy free, no added sugar it’s amazing.
*Side note, I am a huge gummy fan like I could eat a whole box of gummy bears, of course id be so sick but I would still eat them lol.
So when breaking down the “That’s It!” bar, it really taste like a healthier gummy or like a fruit leather snack.
This is my recipe representing the fruit bars except these are more like fruit balls (like the energy balls you see around).
The recipe is so yummy and tastes perfect for the cold winter weather too!
This Recipe Requires:
Happy New You!
Apple Pie Raw Bites
- 2 cups dried gala apple pieces
- 1/2 cup dates fresh or dried both work
- 1/2 cup walnuts unsalted, toasted
- 2 teaspoon cinnamon ground
- pinch salt
1. In a food processor, process your dates and dried apple until finely chopped. This will take a few minutes but they will break up!
2. Once your apple and dates are chopped, add your walnuts and cinnamon http://amzn.to/2gWdAVw and process until your mix begins to clump together. If needed, add a drop or two of water to bring your mix together, however, be sure not to add too much water or they'll get sticky.
3. Roll your mix into balls, using about 1 TBSP or a #50 cookie scoop of mix at a time.
4. Repeat until all of your mix is rolled and enjoy!
Recipe NotesThese bites will keep in the fridge in an airtight container for up to a month or can be frozen to defrost and enjoy whenever you like.
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