BM #94 Week 2 Day 2 - 

For the second day of sweets without refined ingredients, I have here some healthy bites made with pumpkin, almonds, dates and coconut. 

These bites made a delightful snack and a treat for friends on the eve of Diwali.

Keep in mind that these were very addictive and they were made on a cold day and might have survived for a couple days more in the wintry climate we are experiencing right now.

Ingredients - 

Pumpkin peeled, cubed 1/2 cup
Fresh Dates 8
Almonds 1/2 cup
Dry Coconut powder 1/2 cup + more for rolling


Method Of Preparation -


Boil the pumpkin cubes and mash them (or 1/4 cup of store bought pumpkin puree can also be used).

In a chopper, coarsely grind almonds and set aside.

Make a coarse paste of the dates .

Combine the pumpkin puree, coarsely crushed almonds, coarsely ground dates and coconut powder.

Min well and pinch bite sized portions of the mixture and roll into any shape desired.

Roll these bites in dry coconut powder and arrange them on a platter. Serve immediately.

These bites stayed fresh for 2 days on the countertop. 


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Preparation Time 15 minutes
Makes 10
Posted by Harini R on Sunday, November 11, 2018

9 comments

  1. Usha Rao Says:
  2. Wow, pumpkin bites is very creative. Reading the title was curious how you used pumpkin. Nice recipe.

     
  3. Pavani N Says:
  4. Wow, these are such a perfect seasonal treat. Using pumpkin to make these energy bites sounds absolutely delicious.

     
  5. sushma Says:
  6. Pumpkin almond bites looks so good. I have never used pumpkin in my cooking till date, your picture are forcing me to try soon. Thanks for the recipe.

     
  7. Priya Suresh Says:
  8. Am just wowwing here, adding pumpkin in making almond bites looks terrific and seriously droolworthy. Feel like munching some pumpkin almond bites.

     
  9. Wow, these pumpkin bites look incredible Harini. Withiut any refined ingredients this is a highly nutritious treat to have without any guilt.

     
  10. These pumpkin almond bites look so good...beautiful yellow color. Never thought that something like this could be made with pumpkin puree

     
  11. Srivalli Says:
  12. What a fantastic Idea Harini, too good!..and those ladoos look sinful!

     
  13. That's an easy healthy bite and kids will love it

     
  14. Code2cook Says:
  15. yum, such a nutritious and healthy pumpkin almond bites you have made. Just have 1-2 in a day and you are energy packed.

     
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