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    This is a really handy easy to read book It provides a lot of information around how to make energy balls and what the benefits are of each ingredient you may choose There are recipes to follow but there are instructions on how to inspire the reader to come up with their own recipes too Really great and I can't wait to try some of the recipes


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    Energy Bites features bite sized high protein snack recipes Each of the recipes contain good for you ingredients for increased vitality and wellness This is such a great book It's small in size and only contains 15 recipes but it's filled with nutritional information and suggestions for recipe variations The possibilities seem almost endless I love the contemporary layout The book starts off with an ingredients section It's not just a list however It explains the nutritional importance of the ingredients used in the recipes Next there are general directions on how to make the no bake and bakedpan fried balls In addition there are directions on how to prep soaking boiling roasting etc some of the ingredients before the ball making can begin For each of the recipes there's a list of ingredients directions for making the balls some nutritional information as well as a gorgeous photograph of the finished product All of the recipes sound great and I've already made a list of ones I have to make for sure There's really only one that doesn't appeal to me Carrot Red Beet Buckwheat Balls page 24 I adore beets but I don't like buckwheatat all I'm sure if I substitute another grain though they'll be yummy Because the recipes look so good I immediately had to try a couple of them Both the Peanut Butter Banana Balls page 44 and Sweet Potato Spicy Bites page 34 turned out great We ate the sweet ones for a snack and the savoury ones with chicken and Brussels sprouts for supper My husband thought the sweet potato bites needed a little something and since they are a bit spicy I uickly made a dip out of Greek yogurt Yum My only complaint is that the recipe called for one sweet potato No size or measurement mentioned If you've ever bought sweet potatoes you know they come in varying sizesfrom those that fit neatly in the palm of your hand to others about half the size of a football see Superstore for these ones Most of the recipes call for a food processor to chop up or incorporate the ingredients However if you don't have one the book provides some alternatives so that the balls can be made by hand I like this idea because cleaning out a food processor isn't my favourite job and sometimes mixing by hand is just easier There's one other thing I should mention about the book It contains some ingredients that might be a little hard to find Things like acai powder bee pollen moringa powder and spirulina probably won't be on your grocer's shelves A health food store or online might be the a good place to find these Don't worry though those ingredients don't make up the bulk of the balls In fact for one of the recipes I tried I just omitted the ingredient As an added bonus DK the publisher has a page on their website dedicated to one of these delicious sounding bites Tropical Immune Boosters page 42 Click here for a video and PDF download of the recipe These look so delicious and are definitely on my list to try The only reason I haven't made them yet is because I didn't have all of the ingredients on hand The book also contains a table of contents glossary and index I really like the table of contents a lot It starts with a list of general items then uses pictures and page numbers for the recipes Cool idea Highly recommended For information about this book please visit 's website To take a uick peek inside click on the book cover I'd like to thank Chris at DK Canada for this review copy Energy Bites by DK Publishing Dorling Kindersley DK ©2016 ISBN 9781465451538Hardcover 61pThis review is also available on my blog Daisy's Book Journal


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Energy Bites

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Althy midday pick me up or a nutritious on the go treat for kids Energy Bites has a super snack that will help you achieve your goal without having to compromise on flavorAuthor BioKate Turner is a biodynamic gardener forager home chef author of the popular blog Homegrown Kate and mother of three Annie Nichols is a respected culinary writer home economist photographer and stylis.