10-04-15 | Food | snacks |

Happiness is homemade healthy bounty

Happiness is.. baking bounty’s together! Together with the sweetest girl from Healthy Baking, we came up with the idea to throw ourselves some kind of “baking party” and share our 4 best recipes (read: amazing healthy treats!) online with the Foodie-ness readers. The healthy bounty recipe is definitely a winner, so read more now when you like the taste of choco and cocos!

Dewi from Healthy Baking and I both love cooking and baking and we tried to combine our strengths in today’s recipe. Dewi’s Healthy Baking recipes are always free of sugars, gluten and wheat and don’t contain any other nasties. We are both proponents of eating clean so we only used clean, raw, bio and organic products for our recipes.

Let’s bake, girls! I promise you, you will l-o-v-e our healthy bounty bars! YUMMY!

INGREDIENTS

Bottom:
– 100 gr almonds
– 100 gr dates (unpitted)
– 50 ml water
– 3 tbspn cacao powder

Cocos layer:
– 65 gr almonds
– 100 ml cocosoil
– 120 gr grated cocos
– 2 tbspn honey
– 120 ml bio cocosmilk

Chocolate topping:
– 120 gr cocosoil
– 40 gr cacao powder
– 4 tbspn honey

Needed: food processor, baking tin (18cm x 18cm) covered with plastic wrap
This recipe makes +/- 20 little bounty bars

MACRONUTRIENTS

  • Energy: 226,4 kcal
  • Protein: 2,9 g
  • Carbs: 13,8 g
  • Fat: 19,4 g
  • Fiber: 3,5 g

METHOD

1. Take all the ingredients required for the bottom and add them all in a food processor. Mix on high speed until one smooth batter. Now put the batter in the baking tin and press well. Place the baking tin in the freezer while you continue with the next steps.
2. Take all the ingredients for the cocos layer and add them all in the food processor. Again, mix on high speed until one smooth batter. Now take out the baking tin of the freezer and pour the cocoslayer mixture over it. Put the baking tin back in the freezer.
3. For the choco topping, heat up all the ingredients by following the au bain-marie technique. Pour the choco topping mixture in the baking tin and put it back into the freezer for 2 hours.
4. Simply cut out little bounty bars and enjoy the show!

Next week: Healthy apricots cookies by Foodie-ness and Healthy Baking!

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