2 Minute Almond Bites. (keto /diabetic)

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When I really need a sweet snack I make these. Just four ingredients and two minutes in the microwave. You can make them in any quantity. The ratio remains the same. I have made them using a silicone chocolate mould but if you don’t have one just line a small tray with baking paper and when the mix is set slice into squares with a sharp knife.

Note: Because of the high oil content you will need to keep these in the fridge or freezer.

Ingredients

1/2 Cup of Almond Paste (or any other nut paste)
1/4 Cup of Coconut Oil
1/4 Cup of sweetener (I use xylitol because its the only sweetener my body likes but any sweetener will do. You can use more or less according to your taste.
1 teaspoon of almond essence (optional)

Put all ingredients into a bowl and microwave until the oil is melted. In my nuker this takes 2 minutes. Stir to combine and pour into moulds or tray. Set in the fridge or freezer.

Try not to eat them all in one day as I do.

Author: Robbi Neal

I am the Author of Sunday best, After Before Time, The Art Of Preserving Love (published under the pen name Ada Langton) and Connie in the Clouds due out July 2021.

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