There’s this stuff at the supermarkets here called Apricot Delight.
It’s like these little squares of apricot and coconut, well, delight. They’re coated in coconut and I secretly really like them.
Secretly because they’re processed, full of sugar and are not good for me at all. But there’s just something about them that seems perfect for a snack.
So when I saw a recipe for them recently (and then read the ingredients list, which had only three things on it!) I made them as soon as I could.
They’re really easy to make. All you do is process everything together and just roll the mixture into balls, coat it in coconut and you’re done!
They make me feel much better about snacking than the store-bought version does, and they’re much better for me too.
I’ve been sharing lots of super easy, three-ingredient recipes lately. It hasn’t been on purpose! I’ve just been a little time poor and they’ve been kind of perfect. But I’ll make you something that’s actually baked soon, I promise!
In the meantime, enjoy these little snacks! X
P.S. They’re also gluten free, no-bake, sugar free, and all-round awesome.
- 1½ cups dried apricot
- 1½ cups shredded coconut
- 1 tbsp honey
- Process together the apricots, ½ cup coconut and honey.
- Using wet hands, roll teaspoons of mixture into balls and coat in coconut.
- Refrigerate for 30 minutes to set,
- Makes 24 small balls.
- Happy baking!
Recipe adapted from Donna Hay.