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Recipe – Sweet Potato and Almond Fruit Balls

SWEET POTATO AND ALMOND FRUIT BALLS 

What’s great about it:

Who knew sweet potato makes a great addition to snack balls. Add extra flavour and fibre to your snacks plus better yet, added moisture. 


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Serves 34 | Prep time 40 minutes | Cook time 0 minutes 

 

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Ingredients

350g sweet potato, peeled and grated

1/4 cup water

1/3 cup apricots, dried, finely chopped

3 cups almond meal

1 teaspoon cinnamon, dried

3 tablespoon skim sweetened condensed milk

2 tablespoon pepitas (pumpkin seeds)

2 tablespoon pistachio nuts

1/3 cup cranberries, dried

½ cup coconut, desiccated

 

Method

PLACE the sweet potato and ¼ cup water in covered microwaveable bowl and steam on high for 4 minutes until soft. Drain and leave to cool.

BLITZ apricots for 1-2 seconds. Combine almond meal, apricots, cinnamon and condensed milk in a large bowl.

ADD cooled sweet potato and mix well until combined.

BLITZ pepitas and pistachios in a food processor until finely chopped. Place on a plate.

BLITZ the cranberries until finely chopped. Place on a second plate. Mix in ½ of the coconut.

PLACE remaining coconut on a third plate.

ROLL level tablespoons of the sweet potato mixture into balls (use washed and clean hands).

ROLL 1/3 of the balls in the pistachio mix, 1/3 in the cranberry mix and the remaining 1/3 in the coconut.

STORE Blitz balls in an airtight container in a cool, dry place for up to 5 days or in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.

 

Recipe courtesy of: Australian Healthy Food Guide

 

 

Filed under: sweet potato, almond, balls, snack

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