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No Bake Raspberry Almond Coconut Bites (Video)
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
3 mins
Total Time
13 mins
 

These No Bake Raspberry Almond Coconut Bites will satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth! They are chewy, tasty and loaded with nuts and freeze-dried raspberries that just blend so well together. They are a quicker and healthier granola bar. And aren’t they cute, too? 

Keyword: gluten free, healthy snack, natural sugar dessert, No Bake Raspberry Almond Coconut Bites, no bake snack
Author: Valya of Valya's Taste of Home
Ingredients
No Bake Raspberry Almond Coconut Bites Ingredients
  • ½ cup – unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 20 – organic Medjool dates pitted
  • 1/2 cup – almond flour
  • 1 cup – salted almonds
  • 1.3 oz – freeze-dried raspberries
  • 1 tsp. – pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp. – coconut oil melted
Instructions
No Bake Raspberry Almond Coconut Bites Instructions
  1. Toast coconut flakes on a small skillet for about 3 minutes stirring occasionally until golden in color and set aside to cool a bit. In the meanwhile remove pits from the dates, melt coconut oil, and measure out all dry ingredients.

  2. Into a food processor add pitted dates, toasted coconut flakes, almond flour, salted almonds, and freeze-dried raspberries.

  3. Process for about a minute or so, and then add vanilla extract and melted coconut oil. Process for another minute. Stop the food processor, remove the lid, and using a straight silicone spatula to remove unprocessed nuts stuck to the bottom and sides of the food processor container then process for 30 more seconds.

  4. Using a tablespoon ice cream scoop, scoop spoonful of the crumbs, then transfer into your hand. Squeeze the crumbs together in your hand and then roll it into a ball.
  5. Place rolled bites onto a platter. Chill them in the fridge for an hour and then transfer them into a storage container with a lid. Store for up to a week. They keep well in the room temperature as well, just keep them closed tightly in the container to prevent them from drying out.
  6. I prefer to keep them in the fridge because I like them cold, hard, and chewy.