Coco-Beet Bonbons

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I continue the idea to make recipes not only for myself (sugar-free), but also for others who are “not hooked on sugar”. You may find the previous sweet recipe, based on beetroot molasse, called AMARANTUS DISCS WITH BEET MOLASSE.

Later, I came to this bonbon recipe by experimenting at a kitchen. Really, the world has never tried these before!!!. They are amazingly tasty!!!

For those who accept molasses as a source of sweet taste it might be a super new recipe!!!

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Sweets

Coco-Beet Bonbons: for those who accept molasses

SERVES2-10
EQUIPMENTsmall whisk, silicone molds
Passive time2 h
Active time30 min
TOTAL TIME2 h 30 min

Ingredients

EUUS
Coconut, dried, shredded type40 g1/2 cup
Cacao beans55
Expanded amaranthus15 g0.5 cup
Peanut butter80 g1/3 cup
Beetroot molasse 60 g1/4 cup
Chia seeds2 Tbsp2 Tbsp
Cacao powder1 tsp1 tsp
Hot water10 ml / 10 g10 ml / 10 g
Abbreviation meaning on Page 2

Directions

  1. Soak cacao beans in water for 5 min, then easily remove outer shell with knife or fingers nd cut in small pieces
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine shredded coconut, amaranthus, chia seeds and cacao powder and cacao beans’ pieces
  3. In a separate small bowl combine peanut butter, beetroot molasse and just boiled hot water. Mix well with a small whisk (or spoon)
  4. When well mixed, add peanut mixture to dry ingredients and mix well again by hand. Work fast, because molasse mixture cools down quickly
  5. Put into small silicone molds (I use two tea spoons for that) and refrigerate for at least 2 h

Ready tasty:))


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FESTIVE, SUGAR-FREE RECIPES FOR ALMOST VEGANS:
25 delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes including desserts, appetizers, mocktails, salads, soups and second meals by Dr. Alisa Palatronis.

Published December 2020

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