Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut Recipe
A delicious and healthy energy bar/ roll recipe that is prepared with multigrain flours along with almonds and dates. Keep this handy during exam time to pep up your children's energy and stamina.
Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut are quick and nutritious energy bites that you can make ahead and store. They are great as healthy snacks on-the-go for the whole family! It is a sneaky way to get your picky kids to eat almonds and dates too! You can use any millet flour you prefers to make these bites.
Serve Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut as a snack to your family.
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- 1/2 cup Ragi Flour (Finger Millet)
- 1/2 cup Bajra Flour ( Pearl Millet)
- 1 cup Dates
- 1 cup Badam (Almond) , whole
- 1 cup Dessicated Coconut
- 1/2 cup Honey
How to make Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut Recipe
To begin making Millet Energy Bites with Almonds, Dates and Coconut recipe, firstly dry roast the ragi and bajra flour in a wide pan over medium heat.
After about 3 to 5 minutes, the flours will be aromatic. Remove from the heat and let it cool completely.
In a mixer grinder, add the millet flours, dates, almonds and coconut flakes. Give it about 8 to 10 pulses, until the almonds, dates and coconuts and all shredded down uniformly.
Add honey now, and give it quick pulse until the mixture is crumbly and starts to gather into a dough.
Remove and mold them into lemon sized balls. They can be stored at room temperature. Chilling it in the fridge will keep if fresh for up to two weeks.
Serve Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut as a snack to your kids during exam time or carry it as a snack while travelling
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