Lemon coconut bites

Lately I have been experimenting trying to make simple snacks. Last week I was able to come up with a recipe requiring just 3 ingredients and today I came up with these lemon coconut bites that are also very simple to make and delicious.

Lemon coconut bites | Eat Good 4 Life

I like making simple and easy treats that my kids can help and while these bites required one more ingredient than the bites I made last week you only need a total of 4, how awesome is that?

These are delicious but also healthier than other version I have seen. I pack these bites for school for my kids and myself and they keep us full longer. The almonds are high in protein so that helps curve our hunger cravings. One thing you can do as well is incorporate vanilla protein powder to increase the protein content if you like. I think it will work just fine. I might actually do that next time I make them.

You can make endless variations and flavors when it comes to these little bites. I love the fact that these are gluten free and vegan and require no baking, which means you can make them in a flash. Even my kids are able to help when making them, which is fun for them.

I used Truvia Nectar to sweetened these little bites so the sugar content is very low, just 2.5 grams per serving. For my diabetic readers and those not wanting to have much sugar in their diet this is perfect for you.

I have also thought of making an orange flavor after making these so if you like add orange juice instead of the lemon. I know I am going to be coming up with more variations but for now these lemon coconut bites will do. I actually wish I doubled the batch because these were gone in no time. They are delicious, healthy and super convenient to have on the go so I hope you like them.


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This recipe is sponsored by Truvia. The opinions and text are all mine. The end.


Lemon coconut bites

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 20 bites

Total Time: 30 minutes



Place all the ingredients in your food processor and pulse until the mixture comes together.

Roll little balls with small portions of the mixture between your hands and store in the fridge in a glass storage container until ready to eat.


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  1. this smoothie sounds absolutely delicious! and the pictures are beautiful :)

  2. I want one of these! I am living in Hawaii for 8 months and this seems like the perfect drink for here!

    Jenny @ savourthesensesblog.com

  3. I don’t like papaya or coconut but I love your pictures. And they’ve put me in the mood for a smoothie! So job well done. :)

  4. Ooooh so pretty! I love the color! Plus papaya and coconut sound so good together :)

  5. Jenn, Thanks for the positive remarks.

    Texanerin, you don’t like papaya or coconut? I couldn’t live without coconut, especially coconut milk which I use for Thai recipes and smoothies, one of my favs.

    Heidi, thanks!

  6. Hi!

    These look amazing! What blender do you use? I’m looking for one to start making smoothies like these!


  7. What a beautiful combination of flavors, and a lovely color! Lovely recipe. I would love to try this for breakfast some time! Thank you for sharing!

  8. This sounds amazing! Do you mind if I feature you in my new series 100 recipes from 100 blogs? You can read more about it here: http://www.theforeigndomestic.com/2012/01/from-your-kitchen-to-mine-100-recipes.html

  9. Kristen,

    Not at all. Thanks for considering me :-)

  10. nice idea..thanks for sharing....

  11. Thanks for sharing

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