2nd Advent Christmas giveaway + winner from last week

dsc_7098Hi lovelies, happy 2nd Advent Sunday! It is time to reveal the winner of last week’s giveaway + to kick off this week’s new Advent giveaway! I can recommend reading last weeks post (find it right here!) for those of you who are not familiar with Advent – most of you guys leaving comments on the post celebrate Advent as well though, I was a bit surprised that I is celebrated in so many different countries :D

Anyway’s, let’s get to it! The winner of last weeks giveaway is Nicole Jensen, congratulations! I really hope you will love the gifts as much as I do. I will send you an email right away, so I can get your presents on their way to you asap ❤︎

And it is time to kick off this weeks giveaway as well! I know the photo is the same as last week, but that is because I forgot my camera chord at my parent’s place (so stupid, I know), but I will update the photos tomorrow with the photos of this weeks gifts. However, this week’s gift are quite similar to the ones from last week, I have once again chosen some of my favorite superfoods (all organic of course + vegan as well), foodie related items + a non food related item that I thought you lovelies would really love as well. I have chosen to buy everything myself instead of getting companies to sponsor it, as I want it to be personal and heartfelt instead being about promoting different brands and such. And this week it will be the same concept as last week, I know that you are usually able to see the contents of a giveaway before you enter it, but I thought it would be so much fun with gift wrapped items so the winner doesn’t know the contents of the gift until they unwrap them – just like any regular gifts one receives! I want this to be more personal than regular giveaways, with gifts that I have specially selected and personally wrapped for you guys! ❤︎

All you have to do to participate in my advent giveaway is to leave a comment on this post – it does not have to be a long comment, you can simply write hi or an X or something like that. It would be fun if you wrote your biggest Christmas wish though, I would love to get to know a little bit more about you guys :) Comments do not appear until I have moderated them, so please do not leave multiple comments. The giveaway is of course international! I will pick a winner on the 3rd Advent Sunday on the 11th of december. Good luck lovelies ❤︎

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Healthified (baked) chocolate donuts with a chocolate glaze

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Okay are you guys ready for some completely over the top chocolate donuts?! :D These babies might be a healthified version, but I promise that you cannot taste that at all, they have such a rich chocolate flavor and the glaze is just to die for! I went all in on the chocolate and topped the chocolate donuts with not only an amazing chocolate glaze, but also a ton of both dark chocolate and milk chocolate – so good!

Find more chocolate recipes right here!

Healthified chocolate donuts with a chocolate glaze Healthified chocolate donuts with a chocolate glazeIngredients – 8 donuts:
2 1/2 deciliter (about 1 cup) buckwheat flour
1/2 deciliter (about 0.2 cup) cacao powder
1/2 deciliter (about 0.2 cup) coconut sugar
1 deciliter (about 50 grams or 0.4 cup) chopped dark chocolate (I used one with 70% cacao)
1 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
1/2 teaspoon instant coffee
A pinch of sea salt
1 teske bakingpowder
1/2 bakingsoda

1 egg
1/2 avocado, mashed
2 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons skyr or greek yoghurt
1/2 deciliter (equals 0.2 cup) honey
1 deciliter (equals 0.4 cup) almond milk (or whatever kind of milk you prefer)

Chocolate glaze:
1 deciliter (about 50 grams or 0.4 cup) chopped dark chocolate (I used one with 70% cacao), melted
2-3 tablespoons almond milk

A donut pan – I used this one!

Healthified chocolate donuts with a chocolate glaze Healthified chocolate donuts with a chocolate glazeDirections:
Start by preheating your oven to 175 c / 350 f. Add all the dry ingredients to a bowl and stir well. Then add the mashed avocado (you can either just mash it with a form or add it to a foodprocessor/blender if you want it to be completely smooth), egg, coconut oil, skyr/greek yoghurt, honey and almond milk to another bowl and mix well. Slowly add the dry ingredients to the bowl with the wet ingredients while stirring until you have a smooth batter. Grease the donut pan with a little bit of coconut oil and add the dough, leave a little space in the moulds for the donuts to rise – a couple of millimeters should be enough as we want the donuts to rise above the mould to get that perfectly rounded shape. Bake them in the oven for about 18 minutes, but make sure to keep an eye on them. When the donuts are done make sure to set them aside to cool a little before removing them from the pan. While you wait you can make the chocolate glaze by simply whisking the melted dark chocolate and the milk together, start with adding two tablespoons and then add 1-2 more if needed. When the donuts have cooled you can decorate them with the chocolate glaze and maybe even some chopped chocolate like I did, enjoy!

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Merry December 1st // My favorite Christmas recipes

Merry December 1st // My favorite Christmas recipesHi lovelies! I just wanted to stop by and wish you merry December 1st + share some of my favorite Christmas recipes ❤︎

I thought I would have a whole bunch of healthified (and also some more traditional) Christmas recipes ready for you by now, but I am sadly still not feeling too well. Every time I start feeling better and get back to work, then I feel sick again in the evening and the following day, so I am trying to take it easy for a couple more days and then I will hopefully beat whatever this is completely. Until then I want to share some of my favorite Christmas recipes from previous years with you guys – there are both the healthier ones and the more traditional ones + a couple of them are vegan as well, so there should be something for everyone to enjoy ❤︎

Christmas treats - gingerbread waffles, candied almonds, gingerbread cookies
Gingerbread waffles, candied almonds, candied apples, gingerbread cookies – find the recipes right here!

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Easy christmas treat – nutty chocolate covered dates – find the recipe right here!

Gingerbread bliss balls - a healthy and super easy Christmas treat
Gingerbread bliss balls – a healthy and super easy Christmas treat – find the recipe right here!

Danish christmas treats // "Konfekt" cake, dessert balls and stuffed chocolate covered dates
Danish christmas treats // “Konfekt” cake, dessert balls and stuffed chocolate covered dates – find the recipes right here!

Peppermint chocolate bliss balls - a healthy christmas treat
Peppermint chocolate bliss balls – find the recipe right here!

The best gingerbread christmas cookies
The best gingerbread christmas cookies – find the recipe right here!

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Coconut snowballs – find the recipe right here!

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Green lunch platter with hummus, crisp bread, veggie sushi, edamame beans and miso sauce

Green lunch platter with hummus, crisp bread, veggie sushi, edamame beans and miso sauceHi lovelies, are you ready for some green goodness? I made this big lunch platter filled with everything green earlier today and it was definitely a big hit, so I wanted to share it with you guys as well. I just made it with leftovers from dinner the day before (sushi and miso) and whatever I could find fridge/cupboards, so some of the combos are a little random, but it tasted amazing! I made a green hummus with spinach and avocado that I served with lots veggies and some yummy crisp bread that I baked yesterday using the best recipe by Jane Faerber from Madbanditten (find it right here!), veggie quinoa sushi with avocado and cucumber, edamame beans with miso sauce and some kiwi + grapes for “dessert”. It was so delicious and filling, haha I am already all excited about eating the leftovers for lunch again tomorrow ;)

I have linked to the recipes for most of the things on the lunch platter below + you can find my hummus recipe in this post a little further down, enjoy!  ❤︎

Find my recipe for veggie quinoa sushi right here and for edamame beans with miso dip right here + find Jane Faerber from Madbanditten‘s yummy recipe for crisp bread right here!

Green lunch platter with hummus, crisp bread, veggie sushi, edamame beans and miso sauce Green lunch platter with hummus, crisp bread, veggie sushi, edamame beans and miso sauce Green lunch platter with hummus, crisp bread, veggie sushi, edamame beans and miso sauceGreen hummus with spinach and avocado:
1 can of chickpeas
2 handfuls spinach
1/2 avocado
1 clove of garlic, crushed
The juice of 1/2 lemon
2 tablespoons olive oil
A handful fresh herbs – optional*
Sea salt + pepper
1-2 tablespoons water – if needed

Garnish: greek yogurt, olive oil, chopped pistachios and mint leaves

*I didn’t add it as I didn’t have any available, but I think it would taste great with fx basil or cilantro

Green lunch platter with hummus, crisp bread, veggie sushi, edamame beans and miso sauce Green lunch platter with hummus, crisp bread, veggie sushi, edamame beans and miso sauceDirections:
Simply add everything to a foodprocessor and pulse until smooth – add a little water a tablespoon at a time if needed. Garnish with the greek yogurt, olive oil, chopped pistachios and mint leaves if you’d like, serve the hummus with crisp bread and lots of veggies, enjoy!

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Happiness in a jar – Colorful breakfast parfait

Happiness in a jar – Colorful breakfast parfait

Ingredients – 2 parfaits:

Raspberry bliss smoothie:
1 banana
1 cup frozen raspberries
2-3 tablespoons goji berries – optional (buy it right here, affiliate link)
1 tablespoon hemp seeds – optional (buy it right here, affiliate link)
Oat milk to blend

Vanilla chia pudding:
3/4 cup milk of choice, I used oat milk
3 tablespoons chia seeds (buy it right here or here, affiliate links)
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder (buy it right here, affiliate link)
Sweetener of choice, I used a couple drops of liquid stevia

Toppings:
2 tablespoons peanut butter
2 handfuls granola – recipe right here!
Your favorite fruit – I used sliced kiwi, currants, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries
1 tablespoons bee pollen (buy it right here, affiliate link)

Directions:
Start by preparing the chia pudding by simply stirring everything together and let it sit in the fridge for an hour (it might need more time) until the chia seeds have soaked up the oat milk and has a pudding like texture. Then make the raspberry smoothie by simply adding all ingredients to a blender a pulse until smooth (don’t add too much milk, you want it to be nice and thick). Pour the smoothie into the jars, top it with the chia pudding, peanut butter, granola, fruit and bee pollen. Serve right away, enjoy! ❤︎

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Healthified Snickers inspired chocolate bars

Homemade healthified snickers chocolate bars
Hi lovelies, are you ready for a healthified Sunday treat?! :D I have already shared these beyond delicious homemade snickers chocolate bars with you guys before, but the recipe was only available in Danish, so I thought it was about time that I shared it with you guys in English as well. I love how easy these bars are to make and they taste absolutely divine if you are a peanut butter lover like myself, enjoy! ❤︎

You can still find the recipe in Danish right here!

Homemade healthified snickers chocolate bars
Ingredients:
2 deciliter (about 200 grams) pitted dates
1 ½ deciliter (about 0.6 cup) salted peanuts, roughly chopped
1 ½ deciliter (about 0.6 cup) oats
½ teaspoon pure vanilla powder
1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted
2-3 tablespoons peanut butter

Toppings:
100 grams dark chocolate (I used one with 70% cacao), melted
1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted
1-2 teaspoons peanut butter
A couple of chopped peanuts

Homemade healthified snickers chocolate barsDirections:
Start by adding the dates to a food processor and pulse until you get a gooey paste. Add the date paste, roughly chopped peanuts, oats, pure vanilla powder, coconut oil and peanut butter to a bowl and mix everything well. Make sure to knead the ingredients together until everything is well mixed and you have a cohesive dough – I just use a wet spoon to do this.

Line a pan, plastic container or whatever you have available with parchment paper or plastic foil for easy removal and add the dough – make sure you press it in real tight. Mix the melted dark chocolate and the melted coconut oil and our it onto the date mixture, leave it in the freezer for at least an hour to harden. Now, all there is left to do is to cut it into bars of your desired size, decorate them with a peanut butter drizzle + chopped peanuts if you’d like and they’re ready to eat, enjoy!

Note: Store them in an airtight container in the fridge or freezer, they should keep up to two weeks when stored in the fridge or freezer.

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1. Advent // Christmas giveaway!

1. advent // Christmas giveaway!
Happy advent lovelies! I am not sure how many of you out there actually celebrates this as I have quite an international following, but here in Denmark (and I know in some other countries as well) we celebrate advent on the four Sundays leading up to christmas eve. It is actually a christian tradition, but nowadays it is more of a cosy (cultural) christmas tradition and for most people (myself included) it does not have anything to do with religion. Everyone celebrates advent differently here and some don’t celebrate it at all, but the most common way to celebrate is to light a candle (one out of four Advent candles), enjoy some traditional Danish christmas treats like æbleskiver, gløgg and christmas chocolates + santa (or mom/dad) usually leaves a gift in the children’s stockings.

I thought it would be fun to give you readers an advent gift (or gifts, this week all 5 gifts pictured above are up for grabs for one of you guys!) on each of the 4 advent Sundays. I have chosen to buy everything myself instead of getting companies to sponsor it, as I want it to be personal and heartfelt instead being about promoting different brands and such. I have chosen some of my favorite superfoods (all organic of course + vegan as well), foodie related items + a non food related item that I thought you lovelies would really love as well. I know that you are usually able to see the contents of a giveaway before you enter it, but I thought it would be so much fun with gift wrapped items so the winner doesn’t know the contents of the gift until they unwrap them – just like any regular gifts one receives! I want this to be more personal than regular giveaways, with gifts that I have specially selected and personally wrapped for you guys! ❤︎

All you have to do to participate in my advent giveaway for the 5 gifts pictured above is to leave a comment on this post telling me whether or not you celebrate advent in your country – it does not have to be a long comment, you can simply write your country and then yes or no. I just thought it would be fun to see whether it is generally celebrated or if it is only in a few countries. Comments do not appear until I have moderated them, so please do not leave multiple comments. The giveaway is of course international! I will pick a winner on the 2. advent – Sunday the 4th of december. Good luck lovelies! ❤︎

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Super easy homemade refreshing and hydrating face mist

Super easy homemade refreshing and hydrating face mist
I love using face mist during the day, it is refreshing and hydrating for my skin and it is great to freshen up my makeup if I have used a little too much powder. I have made a lot of different ones, but this one with rose water and witch hazel is my favorite. I have added a selection of oils and other goodies as well for extra benefits, but most of them can easily be subbed with something similar or be left out.

I think I am going to make a couple of these and give as homemade christmas gifts as well, I love giving a mix of homemade and store-bought gifts – it makes it so much more personal! ❤︎

Make sure to check out my recipes for the best natural homemade lip scrub and my homemade lash and brow serum that is all natural and inexpensive!

Super easy homemade refreshing and hydrating face mist
Ingredients:
1/2 deciliter rose water
1/2 deciliter unscented witch hazel
1 teaspoon pure pure aloe vera gel
1 tablespoon jojoba oil
1 teaspoon vitamin E oil
5 drops peppermint essential oil
1 deciliter distilled water

1 spray bottle – I used this one

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Super easy homemade refreshing and hydrating face mist
Directions:
Simply add all the ingredients to a bottle and it is ready to be used – easy peasy right? Make sure to shake it before using. Enjoy!

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Recipes I want to try // Healthy, savory and colorful

moroccan_stew_3Evening lovelies! It is time for another post in my little ‘Recipes I want to try’ series and I have found some beyond delicious recipes to share with you guys! I want to give these yummy recipes a try as soon as possible, but I am still sick and cannot be bothered to go grocery shopping or to cook anything, so this post is probably kind of a bad idea since it is just making me even more hungry – seriously, what I wouldn’t give for one of these gorgeous meals right now! Haha not to worry though, I have lots of fruit, oatmeal and store-bought soup, so I will not be starving anytime soon, it just feels a little meh after looking through these recipes ;)

The first recipe I want to share is for the gorgeous dish above, it is an Moroccan inspired aubergine & chickpea stew by some of my favorite bloggers David and Luise from Green Kitchen Stories. I might just have returned from Morocco a couple of days ago, but I am already dreaming about going back, so until I can make that happen I will try some Moroccan dishes to help soothe my wanderlust.

Find the recipe right here

pb240390The second recipe that I want to try is by one of my favorite Danish bloggers Emma Martiny, how good does her recipe for healthy savory waffles with hummus and halloumi look!? I have yet to give halloumi a try, so this feels like the perfect opportunity + savory waffles and hummus are always a good idea ;)

Find the recipe right here!

thai-salad-2Okay this dish looks beyond delicious, it is almost torture to look at while I am hungry – YUM! So the third recipe I want to share is this crazy delicious looking thai noodle salad with peanut lime dressing by Lindsay from Pinch of yum. My sister and I have always loved noodle dishes and this one really takes noodles to the next level, so it is definitely a must try here in our house ;)

Find the recipe right here!

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Potato soup with leek and cauliflower served with coconut bacon and focaccia bread with herbs and tomatoes

Potato soup with cauliflower and leek served with coconut bacon and focaccia bread with herbs and tomatoes
Potato soup with cauliflower and leek served with coconut bacon and focaccia bread with herbs and tomatoes
This warming potato soup with leek and cauliflower is the perfect dinner for these cold and dark fall evenings. It is beyond easy to make, so delicious and incredibly filling as well! I love to go all in and serve it with crispy coconut bacon and the most delicious indulgent focaccia bread with herbs and tomato, so yum!

I wish I could have a big bowl of this tonight, both my sister and I have gotten sick after getting back from our Morocco trip, so it would be absolutely perfect with a warming bowl of soup. However, with my lack of energy and just how crappy I feel right now, then I think I am gonna opt for the store-bought canned soup I found in my sister cabinets instead ;)

Find more warming soup recipes right here!

Potato soup with cauliflower and leek served with coconut bacon and focaccia bread with herbs and tomatoesPotato soup with cauliflower and leek
6 potatoes (about 700 grams), peeled and quartered
2 leeks, chopped
1/2 cauliflower, cut into smaller pieces
1 litre veggie stock
Sea salt and pepper to taste
1 deciliter low fat cooking cream – optional

Coconut bacon – find the recipe right here!
Focaccia bread – find the recipe below.

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3 deciliter lukewarm water
25 grams of of baker’s yeast (block)
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon honey
200 grams wheat flour
250 grams durum flour
1 tablespoon olive oil

Topping:
2 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
1 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
2 teaspoons dried basil
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1/2 teaspoon thyme
2 cloves of garlic
10 small tomatoes, cut in half

I used this recipe by Louises Madblog with some minor alterations

Potato soup with cauliflower and leek served with coconut bacon and focaccia bread with herbs and tomatoesDirections:

Potato soup:
Start by adding a little bit of olive oil along with the potato, leek and cauliflower to a large pot on medium to high heat. Let it cook for 3-5 minutes while stirring. Add the veggie stock and let it simmer with the lid on for about 20 minutes until the potatoes are tender. Blend the soup until it is nice and creamy, add the cooking cream you’d like and put it back on the heat for a couple of minutes. Season with salt and pepper and serve it right away while it is nice and warm –  I served mine with coconut bacon and focaccia bread, so delicious, warming and filling!

Focaccia bread:
Simply add the lukewarm water and yeast to a bowl and stir until the yeast has dissolved into the water. Then add the rest of the ingredients and knead it together – I just used my stand mixer, I cannot describe how much I love that thing! Cover the bowl with the dough with a clean dishtowel and set it aside to rise. In the meantime you can prep the topping by simply stirring the ingredients (except for the tomatoes) together – you might need more olive oil, the original recipe calls for almost twice the amount, but I found it to be too much for my liking (the bread was a bit greasy). Grease a baking pan with a little bit of olive oil and add the dough, divide it evenly and use your fingers to poke small holes in it. Pour the topping onto the dough and divide it as evenly as possible, add the tomatoes as well and se it aside to rise for another 30 minutes. Bake it in the middle of the oven for about 15 minutes at 200 c / 400 f. Make sure to keep an eye on it, the baking time sometimes varies quite a bit depending on the oven. The focaccia is ready when it turns golden and is baked throughout, enjoy!

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A morning favorite // Yoghurt bowls with superfood toppings

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Hi lovelies! Today I want to share one of my favorite go-to breakfasts, it is healthy, beyond delicious, super easy to make and filling as well. I absolutely love making smoothie bowls and healthy parfaits for breakfast, but since I am as far from a morning person as one can be, then I often prefer an even easier alternative like yoghurt or skyr/greek yoghurt bowls with lots of tasty and nutritious toppings.

This morning I made these colorful and delicious yoghurt bowls with my favorite super easy granola (I usually make it the night before and make a big batch for the entire week) for my little sister and I. We have both been craving healthy and light meals for breakfast after our Moroccan trip, where we went a little overboard with all the delicious bread and pastries offered at our hotels. I used the yummy Valio lactose-free raspberry, peach, apricot yoghurt that I have shared with you guys before. I absolutely love that it is so fresh and summery (just what I need in this dark and gloomy Danish weather) + the best part is that it is completely lactose free (perfect since my little sister is lactose intolerant), it is thick and creamy (not a fan of watery yoghurts) and it does not contain any artificial sweeteners. I topped the yoghurt with freshly made honey toasted superfood granola (directions below), berries, banana, bee pollen and freeze-dried raspberry, so yum!

You can find more information about Valio and their lactose-free products on their website and Facebook page.

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Quick and easy honey toasted granola
To make the granola simply melt a little honey on a pan on medium to high heat, add rolled oats, chopped nuts and a mix of seeds as well (I prefer to use sunflower seeds and flaxseeds) + I like to add a little cinnamon and pure vanilla powder for extra flavor. Toast the granola for 5-10 minutes until it is lightly golden, but make sure to keep and eye on it and stir the granola every few minutes. Take the pan off the heat and mix in some extra goodies if you’d like, I usually add chia seeds, hemp seeds and dried mulberries. Let it cool completely before pouring it into an airtight jar – it keeps for a week or two.

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Chocolate bliss balls with tahini

Chocolate bliss balls with tahini Chocolate bliss balls with tahini
Hi lovelies. I just wanted to stop by and give you a quick update + the recipe for these beyond delicious chocolate balls with tahini and a pink berry coating  ❤︎

This past week have been a bit crazy (freelance jobs), so I haven’t been able to update the blog as much as I wanted to and it is not going to be much better for the next couple of days as I am actually leaving for Morocco very early tomorrow morning! I have wanted to go there for ages, so I am beyond excited and thankful that I finally get to go! I will already be back on Tuesday though, so I promise the blog won’t be abandoned for long ;) And hopefully I will have some exciting Moroccan tales to share with you guys!

Anyways, back to the chocolate bliss balls! These indulgent dessert balls are so rich in flavor and have the most perfect truffle like texture – I cannot get enough, so yum! Good thing they are so easy to make because they seem to disappear almost as fast as I make them ;)

Find more dessert- and bliss balls right here!

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Ingredients – 15 bliss balls:
2 deciliter (equals 0.8 cup) pitted dates, packed
1/2 – 1 tablespoon tahini
2 tablespoons raw cacao powder
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla powder
1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted
1 tablespoon pure maple syrup

Coating: A mix of blended dried raspberry and coconut – optional

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Simply add all ingredients to a food processor and pulse until smooth. Put the mixture in the fridge to allow it to firm up and make it easier to handle. Roll the mixture into 15 little bliss balls and if you’d like you can coat them in a mixture of blended dried raspberry and coconut like I did or keep it simple and roll them in cacao powder. Store them in the fridge or freezer until serving, enjoy!

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