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Healthy chocolate date balls

Minutes to make: 

5 min

Kcal per serving:

65 Kcal

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ingredients/cooking manual

Ingredients for 1 person

Ingredients:

– 50 grams of oatmeal.
– 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder.
– 100 grams of dates.
– 10 grams of cocoa nibs.
– 40 milliliters of water.

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Put the ingredients together in the blender. Make sure you don’t keep blending for too long because then the substance will become too soft. Once you have blended everything and you still have a small grainy structure, you can start rolling the balls. Place the balls in the fridge for at least 1 hour before consuming.

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Nutrition value/Recipe facts

Ingredients for 1 person

Energy in Kcal: 

65 Kcal

Fats:

0,55 grams

Wich are saturated fat:

0,2 grams

Carbs:

14,5 grams

Wich are sugars:

10,6 grams

Proteins:

1,1 grams

Recipe facts

These date balls are perfect as a tasty snack. The dates provide a quick release of energy so that your body can get through those last few hours at work. The nutritional value is calculated per date balls. Did you know that cocoa is rich in Magnesium, Copper and Iron. Raw cocoa is the best source of magnesium available: one tablespoon of cocoa of 10 grams contains 51 mg of magnesium. In addition, the copper substance, in conjunction with the iron substance ensures that your red blood cells produce more hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a substance in your red blood cells that allows you to absorb more oxygen and therefore you will be less tired.

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Healthy chocolate date balls

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Ingredients

Ingredients:

– 50 grams of oatmeal.
– 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder.
– 100 grams of dates.
– 10 grams of cocoa nibs.
– 40 milliliters of water.

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Cooking guide

Put the ingredients together in the blender. Make sure you don’t keep blending for too long because then the substance will become too soft. Once you have blended everything and you still have a small grainy structure, you can start rolling the balls. Place the balls in the fridge for at least 1 hour before consuming.

Bon Appétit!

Nutrition value for 1 person

Energy in Kcal: 

65 Kcal

Fats:

0,55 grams

Wich are saturated fat:

0,2 grams

Carbs:

14,5 grams

Wich are sugars:

10,6 grams

Proteins:

1,1 grams

Recipe pictures

Recipe facts

These date balls are perfect as a tasty snack. The dates provide a quick release of energy so that your body can get through those last few hours at work. The nutritional value is calculated per date balls. Did you know that cocoa is rich in Magnesium, Copper and Iron. Raw cocoa is the best source of magnesium available: one tablespoon of cocoa of 10 grams contains 51 mg of magnesium. In addition, the copper substance, in conjunction with the iron substance ensures that your red blood cells produce more hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a substance in your red blood cells that allows you to absorb more oxygen and therefore you will be less tired.

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