1/3 cup sunflower seeds
¼ cup pine kernels
½ cup walnuts
1/3 cup almonds
½ cup dried unsweetened coconut (shredded)
1 cup raisins
1 cup figs (soaked for 30-60 minutes, then dried)
1 cup dried unsweetened coconut (shredded)
1 tablespoon cinnamon powder
1. Grind the seeds, nuts, and coconut to a fine meal in a food processor.
2. With the food processor still running, add the figs and then the raisins. The mixture should form a ball. If it does not, add more raisins and a few tablespoons of water, apple juice, almond milk, or the water used to soak the dried figs. The mixture should not be wet, but instead chewy like a paste and still rough.
3. On a plate, pour about 1 cup of coconut.
4. Wet your hands a bit (not too wet) and form balls with your hands.
5. Roll the balls on the shredded coconut.
6. Place the coated balls on a plate and dust with cinnamon powder.
Nutty, fruity, chewy-moist, light snack balls coated with shredded coconut.
They are perfect as snacks but also for a late breakfast or as an addition to a fruit plate. They could be eaten right away, stored in the refrigerator for three days, or in the freezer.
Adapted from Standard Fruit Pie Crust (raw) from The American Vegetarian Cookbook by Marilyn Diamond.
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