I have been watching the food I have been snacking on, I am making sure I have something reasonably healthy in my fridge to satisfy my 4pm sweet craving. I am so excited to share with you this Raw Chocolate & Coffee Bite recipe below, ooh wow, it is so delicious with a good hint of coffee, one small bite is all I need to get me through to dinner time.
You can make these bites into balls, but when I origianlly made these I was in a hurry and just pressed the mixture into a loaf pan, left in fridge for 30 minutes and sliced up into bite sized pieces within seconds. But if you have time you could roll into balls too!
I made the slice in my Thermomix:Print
What do you like to snack on when hungry in the afternoons?
More great healthy snack recipes:
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 great to have on hand as a quick snack, they have been a great filler to the kids lunchbox too.
APRICOT BALLS – Over the years I have purchased the yummy little fruit bites from the healthy food section at the supermarket to include in the kids lunchboxes. But looking more closely I’ve realised they are filled with so much sugar, coated in sugar in fact. We are on a mission to eat healthier and this is certainly one product I could make myself, being a healthier option for the kids and their lunchboxes.
BANANA CHOCOLATE ENERGY BALLS – These Banana Chocolate Energy Balls are a great way to use up some over ripe bananas and it’s a wonderfully healthy after school snack for the kids.
Note: this post has been updated with new photos, it was originally posted on 22nd July 2012.