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Healthy Coconut Lemon Balls

Sometimes it’s hard to find something different to add to the kids lunch boxes, they have their usual sandwich, a piece of fruit, vegetables sticks and some baking, but there are days where they want something a little more and I am loving the ‘balls‘ that I have been making lately.  Not only are they […]

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  • Jess Virk

    Do you have an alternative ingredient to replace the almonds? Most schools are nut free zones. I would still love to make the lemon balls, they look delicious! Maybe an after school snack :) ReplyCancel

    • Narelle

      sunflower seeds would be a great alternative, make them into a meal with the blender.ReplyCancel

  • tabs

    I would like to know that as well.ReplyCancel

  • Narelle

    Beautiful is you Katrina, what a wonderful recipe, so healthy. I have the happy addiction to chocolate so my favourite snack is almond meal, honey, coconut oil and a couple of tablespoons of cacao. I used to roll these into balls, now I just put the mixture into a jar and take a teaspoon to the fridge and get some when I feel like a sweet treat. The jar has been known to find it’s way with a spoon to the computer and is enjoyed while browsing my favourite blogs : ) xReplyCancel

  • […] first saw these lovely lemony balls over at The Organised Housewife. They keep in the fridge for a few days and are so handy to pop into lunchboxes or pop on a plate […]ReplyCancel

{Gluten Free} Chewy Muesli Bars

{Gluten Free} Chewy Muesli Bars Prep time 10 mins Cook time 30 mins Total time 40 mins   Author: Reader: Ruth Burgess Ingredients 4 cups gluten free muesli (food for health life food) ¼ cup yellow box honey 2 Tablespoon Flora light margarine, melted 2 egg whites cooking spray Instructions Preheat oven 180C Line slice […]

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