Healthy Date Truffles – Kids food dessert

Kids food dessert - healthy date truffles the perfect snack for toddlers and older babies
Kids food dessert - Healthy date truffles suitable for toddlers and older babies

Healthy Date Truffles – The perfect Kids food dessert

Kids food desserts like these makes your water mouth, suitable for kids as well as adults.

I have named this kids food dessert the ball of happiness as it’s a super D-e-l-i-c-i-o-u-s and healthy treat for both toddlers and adults.

I have made this recipe repeatedly as it’s a very addictive and guilt free treat! Super sweet without a single drop of sugar added as the dates are naturally sweeten it.

There’s plenty of room to add to the topping, you choose whichever you like and roll them over in. Sesame is also a great option.

The good thing about this recipe is that you can freeze the paste and defrost it again for another treat day.

 


Ingredients:
80 gram of organic hazelnuts or macadamia nuts (Super delicious with macadamia nuts)
60 gram of organic desiccated coconut
20 soft organic dates – Stone removed
4 tbsp organic cocoa powder


 

Method:

1. First blend the hazelnuts in a food processor. Make sure there’s no bigger pieces of nuts if it is for toddlers.

2. Add the dates, coconuts, cacao and blend everything into a “dough” and till the mass is stuck all together. Don’t blend too much.

3. Form the truffle balls with a spoon.

4. Dip it in whatever you desire, good examples could be: Sesam, desiccated coconut, Cacao powder ect.

 

Hope you enjoy this healthy recipe everyone.

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Healthy Date Truffles – Kids food dessert

    izzy Judge

    (29.10.2015 - 15:32)

    Looks good can’t wait to try it I just love dates and nuts
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      Kawn

      (29.10.2015 - 15:34)

      That sounds great, I’m sure you will love them, they are super delicious and totally toddler and adult tested and approved xD

      Best

      Kawn

      Kawn

      (30.10.2015 - 10:36)

      Thank you, I am sure you’ll love it! It’s really good. I promise

      Best
      Kawn

    Tania

    (29.10.2015 - 17:15)

    Looks delicious and good for your bowels

      Kawn

      (29.10.2015 - 17:28)

      Thank you Tania, it is a delicious as it looks, I promise! Let me know if you and your little one likes it, It’s always good with some feed back.

      Best
      Kawn

    Tania

    (29.10.2015 - 17:17)

    Nice healthy food

    Amy

    (29.10.2015 - 18:14)

    I reeeally want to make these for my 16 month old daughter and I, but I don’t have a food processor! Would it be possible to make these without one?

      Kawn

      (29.10.2015 - 18:37)

      yes the problem would be crushing the nuts small enough which is very important in order to avoid choking hazards.
      if you figure out a way to do that ( can work with an immersion hand blender ) then the rest is easy to mash into a mass.

      Hope it helped

      Xx
      Best
      Kawn

    Amanda

    (29.10.2015 - 19:42)

    What are your storage recommendations and how long do they keep? Great recipie :). They look like truffles or doughnut holes.

      Kawn

      (29.10.2015 - 19:54)

      Hi, Amanda, You can make the paste and freeze it in a freezerbag or anything really that is suitable for freezing. Then when you defrost it you can form the truffles. i think it would do just fine the first 3 months in the freezer maybe more.

    Fee

    (29.10.2015 - 21:54)

    I am thinking of replacing the crushed nuts with Macca powder to avoid the nut allergy issues at school. Macca powder has an almost nutty flavour. Would I just use the same weight as the nuts? Looks simple to make and healthy and delicious!

    johanna

    (30.10.2015 - 4:42)

    Can you use something other than coconut?

      Kawn

      (30.10.2015 - 10:35)

      Hi Johanna, hmmm I think if you use other similar type of fiber it would work. the coconut is what holds the mass together so it is pretty important to this recipe.

      Best
      Kawn

    Bianca

    (30.10.2015 - 4:43)

    Can i use cashew or almond nuts instead?

      Kawn

      (30.10.2015 - 10:33)

      Yes I think it would definitely work 🙂

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