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Vegan Almond Butter Balls

Rated as 4.6 out of 5 Stars
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"A no-bake recipe with only three ingredients! A quick and delicious way to satisfy your sweet tooth and stay healthy too!"
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Ingredients

10 m servings 62
Original recipe yields 12 servings

Directions

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  1. Mix dates, coconut, and almond butter together in a bowl; form into teaspoon-size balls. Refrigerate or store in the freezer.

Footnotes

  • Cook's Note:
  • For a chocolate option, try adding a teaspoon of unsweetened cocoa. Yum!
  • Substitute peanut butter or cashew butter for almond butter if desired.
  • You can dice the dates in a food processor too.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 62 calories; 3.7 7.5 0.9 0 16 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Given that dates can come in all sizes, 12 dates can range a lot in volume! So I eyeballed the amount of chopped dates & added what I thought gave a good consistency - it turned out to be just ...

Most helpful critical review

Watch out for too much peanut/almond butter....I'll add the cocoa option next time - one person at the event I made these for loved them (she's vegan) but others passed them over. Points for ea...

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Given that dates can come in all sizes, 12 dates can range a lot in volume! So I eyeballed the amount of chopped dates & added what I thought gave a good consistency - it turned out to be just ...

I follow the cook's alternate suggestions of using peanut butter and cocoa, and I used the food processor. Easy and yummy!

I didn't find these very sweet at all. I did use sweetened shredded coconut from Trader Joes, as that was what I had. I tasted the mixture and decided to add a little unsweetened cocoa, a pinch ...

So surprised how much my kids (ages 8, 6, 4, 1) liked this! I did add some cocoa (1tsp) as others in the reviews have said, and I honestly couldn't taste it, but these tasted exactly like almond...

Super easy. I also cut up the shredded coconut so the pieces were smaller. We doubled the recipe and then added more dates, better ratio. I will add cocoa the next time, per other suggestions, b...

So delicious especially after chilling overnight. I added cocoa and also rolled in unsweetened coconut in addition to adding to recipe. Thank you for sharing this!

Pretty good. I used sweetened coconut instead of unsweetened, but I think unsweetened would have been just fine as both the almond butter I used and the dates are already sweet. A perfect, filli...

Watch out for too much peanut/almond butter....I'll add the cocoa option next time - one person at the event I made these for loved them (she's vegan) but others passed them over. Points for ea...

I made these for my husband who is vegan. He absolutely loved them. They didn't necessarily stay in a ball, so I made small heapings and put in the fridge for a while. This recipe is a keeper...