I am always making some kind of chocolate flavoured protein balls or truffles….well today I thought I’d be different, a totally different flavour! Why not have a nice tangy refreshing flavour in ball!! Introducing a Lemon inspired truffle and its goooooooood!!! A nice healthy treat for the kids too. My almost 12 year old loves lemon flavoured sweets so these she loved!!
Nutty Lemon Truffles
1 cup mixed nuts (I used a mix of cashews, macadamia’s and almonds)
10 pitted dried dates
2 Tbsp shredded coconut plus extra for rolling
zest of one lemon
2-3 Tbsp lemon juice
In a processor add the nuts, dates and coconut and process until it recembles even smallish crumbs (a little bigger than bread crumbs). Add Lemon zest and 2 tablespoons of juice and pulse to combine. This should make the dough rollable and not too wet but enough to have coconut coat the balls. Taste the mixture, if you want more lemon or need the mixture more wet add another tablespoon of lemon juice. Roll into 12 balls (well it should make 12 if you dont keep eating the mixture lol…oops) Coat in coconut and let harden a little in the fridge or freezer. Store in freezer and the balls will last a couple of month in an air tight container.
I discovered this recipe on Instagram and the image immediately caught my eye. I love almonds and with the words roasted and french toast infront of it surely you cant go wrong?
Well I just made these, so simple and really yummy. A nice spin on a plain almond. A great idea would be doing this but with mixed nuts and breaking chunks off like a ‘brittle’ type thing.
Thanks for sharing the recipe on instagram Rachaelallanah 🙂
French Toast Roasted Almonds
1 cup raw almonds
1 tsp butter (optional)
1 tsp cinnamon
1 Tbsp rice malt syrup (can use honey)
Preheat oven to 180 degrees C (fan forced).
In a bowl place all ingredients except almonds and microwave for about 30 seconds, keeping an eye on it and stop it when it bubbles (or you can do this over the stove). Mix the hot syrup with the almonds and thoroughly coat. Spread on a baking tray lined with grease proof paper and bake for about 15 minutes.
I have had some fun creating in the kitchen, this was my breakfast thismorning and holy cow was it amazingly amazing! Yep that is possible!!!
So easy and quick to make. This is 100% clean and so decadent, a yummy breakfast, snack or dessert!!
Nutty Choc Banana Protein Pancake
1 egg white
1/4 scoop cookies and cream protein powder
1/2 ripe banana, mashed other half sliced
1 tbsp almond meal (optional)
2 tbsp rolled oats
1/2 tsp cinnamon
2 tsp pure unsweetened cocoa powder
2 squares 85% greens dark chocolate chopped plus 1 square grated for topping
4 almonds (or cashews or peanuts) chopped for topping
1 tsp unsweetened coconut for topping
2 tsp rice malt syrup (honey or maple syrup)
Whisk together in a bowl. Heat a pan and add either a little butter or coconut oil and pour all batter into hot pan and cook over a medium heat. Makes 1 pancake. Spread with almond butter (or peanut butter) top with sliced banana, drizzle with rice malt syrup and grate 1 square of dark chocolate over the banana and top with crushed nuts.
I absolutely loved this, my fave protein pancake to date!!