Raw Bounty Bars

Written by Bridget on . Posted in Ravishing Recipes

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This would HAVE to be the YUMMIEST recipe we have featured so far in our newsletter! Not only is this one UNBELIEVABLY delicious, it is also deceptively and cleverly NUTRITIOUS!

LOADED with anti-oxidant rich ingredients, healthy fats, mega-amounts of minerals and vitamins, as well as a good amount of fibre, this recipe is simply GENIUS!

It is a brilliant addition to ANY lunchbox…. big and small kiddies alike! 🙂

You NEVER need to feel guilty when fuelling yourself with THESE babies!

ENJOY and make sure you send feedback to [email protected]

INGREDIENTS

Filling
1 cup of dates soaked for 20 mins
1/2 cup water
3 cups of desiccated coconut
¼ cup melted coconut oil
3 tbs cashews (I used macadamia nuts)
1 tspn vanilla extract
Pinch of salt

Chocolate Coating
½ cup melted coconut oil
½ cup cacao powder
¼ cup agave syrup
Pinch salt

DIRECTIONS

Filling
Blend dates and water to make a date paste
Add the rest of the ingredients and process until well combined
Shape the mixture into desired shapes
Place in the fridge for about 2 hours to set

Chocolate Coating
Mix all ingredients together

Assembly
Place the firm coconut shape on a fork and place in the chocolate mix
Remove from the chocolate and place on a non-stick sheet or grease proof paper
Place in fridge until the chocolate has set.

Wait impatiently and drooling until ready and then ENJOY with ALL your mite!! 🙂

Today’s recipe was provided by mama and founder of Bento Mama www.bentomama.com.au
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Comments (8)

  • Shelley Belcourt

    Shelley Belcourt

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    These look great. I’m thinking of all the different combos you could use here – sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, different nuts, and dried fruit, some spices to change it up, honey!! Ooh la la – soooo making these!

    Thanks for posting 🙂

    Shelley

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    • bridget

      bridget

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      Shelley, I LOVE how you are thinking!!! 🙂 YUUUUUMMMM!!! Let me know how you go 🙂 LOVE base recipes like these that are endlessly versatile 🙂 ENJOY xoxo And thanks for being here xo

      Reply

  • Chef William

    Chef William

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    This is a wonderful looking recipe that i must make soon. It is so healthy inside. The challenge will be to limit myself to one a day.. Perhaps if I use pecans, my wife will help me eat them

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    • bridget

      bridget

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      Yes William it certainly is very healthy!! Wait till you taste it!! You will be blown away! 🙂 SO GOOD and SO GOOD for you 🙂 YAY! ox

      Reply

  • Jen W.

    Jen W.

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    So excited to try these! I was drooling just reading the recipe!

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  • christine whitfield

    christine whitfield

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    they look amazing will make on the weekend

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  • Doan

    Doan

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    Whoa, what a yummy recipe and not a trace of gluten in sight, yippee!

    Doan – Gluten free wagon

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  • Marie

    Marie

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    I made these a couple of days ago, they have been loved by everybody who has tasted them. I mixed all the ingredients in my Vitamix then moulded them in mini muffin cases before coating in melted chocolate. Bring on all the variations! Thank you

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