My kids love bee pollen. They love to just nibble on it straight. I wanted to make something unique for them that didn’t make such a mess from them dropping it all over the house. So I made them these cream candies that they get on special occasions. They are very sweet and rich so you don’t need very much to...
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Recipe Directions

1. Add the lucuma powder to the bee pollen and stir well until the are well mixed together.

2. Knead the coconut butter into the mixture until it resembles a crumbly texture.

3. Add honey until the texture starts to ball up, kneading well to make a solid ball.

4. Roll small portions into small little balls. I like to use my melon baller to do this.

5. Store the balls in the fridge.

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By gordienali

My kids love bee pollen. They love to just nibble on it straight.

I wanted to make something unique for them that didn’t make such a mess from them dropping it all over the house. So I made them these cream candies that they get on special occasions.

They are very sweet and rich so you don’t need very much to satisfy you.

I have also made a white chocolate coating to them for something extra special!

Gently melt some cacao butter and add a little agave to taste (not sure on the exact amounts as I have just eyeballed the amounts).

Dip your refrigerated balls into the melted butter and return to fridge.

Dip 2 to 3 times to get your desired coating on the balls!

Enjoy! :)

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WOW! These sound great. This is going in my recipe book, thank you.

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Wow! Thanks! I've been wanting to find a way that my son will want to eat bee pollen, and for him, the sweeter and richer, the better he likes it! :)

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after about two big sized bites- it's kind of gaggy sweet for me- but my kids will hoover it until they get sick if I'd let them!!!

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lol! Amysue...I'm laughing because she tried to steal them all and you made her put them back!

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Yummy, I cannot wait to try this. Thank-you for the great recipe!!

Amysue, that made me laugh out loud, ha (kids will be kids I guess,.. LOL)

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My seven year old made this herself and loved it. I snagged her taking a giant handful out of the fridge and made her put half of it back.

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after about two big sized bites- it's kind of gaggy sweet for me- but my kids will hoover it until they get sick if I'd let them!!!

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Wow! Thanks! I've been wanting to find a way that my son will want to eat bee pollen, and for him, the sweeter and richer, the better he likes it! :)

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WOW! These sound great. This is going in my recipe book, thank you.

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