Banana Nut Cups

Written by Bridget on . Posted in Ravishing Recipes

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These babies are another brain-child creation of our wonderful guest poster Nicole Noodle.

Originally she called them Frozen Nut Nana Cups but for the purposes of clarity I modified it a little 🙂 Anywho! Whatever they are called, they are DEFINITELY delicious AND nutritious!

Banana’s are RICH in vitamins and minerals that really support and nourish a healthy brain, an even supply of energy, good mood and excellent bone and blood health. Raw honey is FULL of anti-bacterial goodness and can also help with reducing sinus/allergen issues. Coconut oil is wonderful for great hormone balance, good skin, hair and nails, and cocao, well NEED I EXPLAIN? 🙂 hehe Good for body, mind AND soul 🙂

So enjoy! Knowing these too are a totally GUILT-FREE sweet treat that will do nothing but NOURISH and NURTURE you on all levels! Enjoy and please send back feedback 🙂

Thank you to those who have 🙂 It’s been LOVELY hearing from you 🙂

Over to Nicole Noodle….

Sometimes you just need a tiny wee sweet treat… these little morsels of loveliness are for those times!

(makes 6)

Ingredients:
1/2 Cup Mixed Raw Nut Butter (I used a combo of almond, walnut and peanut)
1 Tbsp Raw Honey
1 Tbsp Organic Coconut Oil
1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
1/4 Tsp Sea Salt
1/2 Banana (sliced into six pieces)
1 Tbsp Raw Cocao Nibs

Method:
– Combine the nut butters, honey, coconut oil, vanilla and salt till well mixed.
– Spread a spoonful in the base of six mini muffin cases.
– Place a slice of banana in the centre of each one
– Cover with remaining nut mixture and sprinkle cocoa nibs over the top.
-Freeze until firm…

Enjoy! 🙂

Comments (1)

  • trish gane

    trish gane

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    Hi, Will try the recipe….would live your opinion of the using the blood type diet and what you consider that one to be….do you think that is a deprivation one also?
    I agree that everything is about deprivation, the whole world has gone mad with fear and giving up this and greed cause of the fear and having been brought up a catholic dont do this and that, one is ripe for that type of conditioning???
    Do you think we can all eat wheat and eat dairy??

    Thanks for your help.
    Trish

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