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Well, hello there! I took a little pregnancy/maternity break from food blogging these past few months, but I'm blessed to report my second daughter was born happy and healthy in August. During pregnancy I strove to be fit, but certainly wasn't counting calories. I could worry about that later, after the baby was born. And while that seemed soooooo far away during the 40 slow-moving weeks of pregnancy, here I am almost 8 weeks out already! So, it's time for some healthy, natural snack options to replace my pregnancy ritual of a daily McDonald's vanilla cone. With Mickey D's just a few blocks from home taunting me with it's convenient drive-thru as I sat in traffic, selling those cool, creamy cones for only 49 cents all summerI could come up with no decent excuse not to partake.

It seems quinoa and coconut oil are this year's kaletheir benefits are too numerous and widely covered to list here, but I see daily headlines educating readers on their super-food powers. My chocoholic 3 year-old daughter doesn't care. These little power balls taste so yummy, I couldn't keep her hands out of the batter. I was thrillednormally when I attempt a healthy cookie, my dear husband and daughter act as if I'm trying to pass dog biscuits off on them. My daughter dubbed them "Coco-balls" and the recipe is so simple, she was able to assist with the whole operation. Nutritious eating coupled with several sweet minutes my toddler and I can spend fully occupied in a fun project? Sign me up every time.

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Coco-balls

3 cups cooked, plain quinoa

1/3 cup cocoa powder

1/3 cup honey (maple syrup would also work)

4 tablespoons natural peanut butter

2 tablespoons coconut oil

1/4 cup chopped dried cherries or cranberries

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon salt

shredded coconut for outer coating, about 1/2 cup

Mix all the ingredients together except the coconut. Chill for 20 minutes. Chop coconut so it becomes a little more fine. I used sweetened because it's what Ihad, but unsweetened would work and be even more nutritious. Take batter out of the fridge and form into balls the size of a chocolate truffle. Roll balls in coconut and place on parchment paper. My daughter isn't a huge coconut fan so we left some balls plain. Cover and chill at least 2 hours in the refrigerator. Makes about 2 dozen, unless you have little hands digging in during prep!

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Posted in Home Improvement Post Date 02/15/2017


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