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HEALTHY SNACKS

Carrot Cake Bites

These Carrot Cake Bites are one of the easiest snack you’ll ever make. They’re satiating and filled with nutritious ingredients. Perfect for the entire family.

I’ve made these Carrot Cake Bites a few times now and they’re loved in our house. These are such a great snack. Can I even risk to say that they’re the perfect snack? I’m not kidding. They’re that good.

I believe that even when we’re snacking we can eat healthy. Of course, we all eat chocolate, but that doesn’t mean that we cannot choose a healthier option. The same goes with anything we eat. If we try to make small changes in our diet, we will be healthier.


Now for the recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 50 g of rolled oats, ground
  • 20 g of rasins, soaked in warm water
  • 150 g of peanut butter or any kind of butter you like
  • 115 g of grated carrots (2 medium carrots)
  • 30 g of walnuts, chopped
  • 20 g of desiccated coconut + 20 g for coating the bites
  • a sprinkle of groung ginger
  • 1/2 a teaspoon of cinnamon

Add all the ingredients into a big bowl. 

Carrot Cake Bites | booksandlavender.com

With your clean hands, mix everything together until they’re well incorporated. The “dough” should feel a bit sticky so that you can form little bites. If it’s too dry, they’ll be crumbly.

Add more peanut butter if needed. 

Carrot Cake Bites | booksandlavender.com

Form little balls to the size you want. I’ve made them quite small.

Carrot Cake Bites | booksandlavender.com

Roll each ball in coconut. Or you can roll them in cacao powder. That’s your choice.

Carrot Cake Bites | booksandlavender.com
Carrot Cake Bites | booksandlavender.com

Keep them in the fridge or freeze for later snacking.

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