Welcome to another delicious #SundaySupper, I’m so happy the you decide to join us for a light, easy and different recipes to make on the holidays.
We want for you to have options in all the meals, so your family can enjoy and also eat a little healthier this holiday season.
You know how difficult it is to say no to a delicious pie, baked ham with lots of gravy, or the most buttery, dripping and succulent meal.
And who can forget the most decadent desserts? Well for this one I have the perfect option, a delicious, sweet and salty in a tiny bite peanut butter and coconut mini bar, with all the things you can combine peanut butter, coconut is the most least expected.
And this little bite is just perfection, in like I said one bite.
It is better when served super cool or freeze, because the flavors are more intense. Packed in protein, and you will feel satisfied, no need to reach the leftover candy.
Let me know if you like it.
- 3/4 cup peanut butter
- 1 cup of quick cooking oats
- 1 cup dry coconut
- 1 tablespoon crystalized ginger, dice
- 1 cup mix nuts chopped
- 1 teaspoon oil
- 1 cup melted dark chocolate
- This is a very simple recipe, to a food processor add, peanut butter, oats, ginger and nuts, pulse until all is combine.
In a plastic container smear the oil, eliminating the excess.
- Place the yummy concoction to the container and form using your fingers, and just pour the melted chocolate on top.
- I put mine on the freezer for 1/2 hour, flip it to get it out of the container, cut in pieces and cover with plastic, and place it in the fridge this time, like I said, cool is even better to eat.
This recipe makes about 20 little bites.
|Preparation time:||10 minutes|
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|Level of the recipe:||Easy|
And of course we have more healthy, light delicious recommendations for you.
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Oats sound like a great idea in here!
Ooh, ginger- how surprising! Thank you for hosting! 🙂
Thanks for hosting! I love little bite sized desserts for portion control. I bet the ginger in these gives it a nice flavor too! Thanks!
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These look so rich, but the recipe is so guilt-free, I love that! And thank you so much for hosting this week!!
Oh, love the ginger in these, thanks for the fantastic looking recipe. YUM!
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Thanks for hosting this week! Your peanut butter coconut bars sound delicious. I could eat the whole batch!
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These look fantastic! Great flavor and texture. The only problem is they wouldn’t be healthy for me because I’d eat them all 🙂
Brilliant idea to introduce crystalized ginger to the traditional PB and chocolate, Kathia! Muchos gracias for your stellar job in hosting =)
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Thanks for hosting, Kathia! These PB bites look like a healthier version of buckeye candy…love them!!!
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I would totally go for these, delicious!
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These bring me back to my collage years when we would eat the not-so-light versions!
Wow, delicious, love the added ginger!!
Yummm peanut butter, coconut, and dark chocolate? No way you can go wrong with that combo!!!
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All your add ins make these bars better than Reese’s! I can’t wait to try them!!!
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How in the world can something so wonderfully sweet looking be lightened up? For realz? These look amazingly sinful…but I trust you 🙂 Nice job!
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These look like little bites of peanut butter and chocolate heaven, Kathia! Thank you so much for hosting this great event!