Coconut Crispy Spiurlina Bites
You know those days when you’re craving a little something sweet, a little something crunchy, and a little something filling that will actually be decent for you AND keep you full? Yep, me too.
These crispy spirulina bites are the perfect snack! They are packed with nutrition, but they also feed the need for something sweet and something crunchy. They make a great snack on planes, road trips, or even just a long day of work. What I love most is that I can make them weeks in advance and keep them in the freezer and pull them out as needed.
Crispy Spirulina Bites
Makes 15 bites
1/3 cup coconut butter (can sub for nut butter)
3t spirulina (I use Earthrise)
8 dates, pitted
2T chia seeds
1 cup brown rice crisps
Place all ingredients EXCEPT the brown rice crisps into a food processor.
Process on high until a dough forms and it sticks together.
Transfer to a mixing bowl and stir in the brown rice crisps.
Once well combined, you may begin to roll the dough into bite size energy balls.
Store in the freezer for 2-3 months or store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. If storing in the freezer, simply take them out about 10 minutes before consumption.
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