I just started making almond milk again and was so not going to have a freezer full of pulp that I throw out. Not again. I never did get around to making me some cinnabuns. Maybe this go around, but not today! I do not and will not have a dehydrator until next year sometime. So I came up with a solution. I was still...
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Recipe Directions

1. Dump the slightly damp almond pulp in the food processor with the figs and dates.

2. Process until it balls up.

3. Ball them up by hand and roll them in coconut.

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By babycat

I just started making almond milk again and was so not going to have a freezer full of pulp that I throw out. Not again.

I never did get around to making me some cinnabuns. Maybe this go around, but not today!

I do not and will not have a dehydrator until next year sometime.

So I came up with a solution. I was still smarting from my failed fig and date bar recipe.

I wanted balls. Balls all rolled up snugly in shredded coconut.

I wasn’t finding a recipe that suited me so here we go.

Holy yes, great at room temperature, but chilled and served with strawberry almond milk is beyond description.

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im going to make this tonight (: thanks.

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Thank you so much. I needed this recipe. They sound yummy.

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How do you remove the skins from the almonds. Obviously this is pre-blending right?

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im going to make this tonight (: thanks.

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How do you remove the skins from the almonds. Obviously this is pre-blending right?

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Thank you so much. I needed this recipe. They sound yummy.

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