PEANUT BUTTER BALLS – 5 INGREDIENTS /AFTER SCHOOL SNACK

Peanut Butter Balls – 5 Ingredients /After school snack 

If you have jar of Peanut Butter and want to prepare Quick Dessert for After School Snack or for Lunch Box Dessert try this recipe prepared with 5 Ingredients.  The ingredients I added will supress the Peanut Butter flavor and Kids who doesn’t like Peanut Butter will not notice . Doesn’t need much Cooking except little roasting and grinding. Mix everything and enjoy a tasty Dessert. Just add a little Jaggery or Brown sugar or Coconut sugar if needed. Just add a pinch of Cardamom powder for unique sweet aroma and flavor it adds to Desserts. Pods should be ground well . You can take the help of a rolling pin. Cardamom is great for liver cleaning and used as a breath freshner . When buying cardamom buy green one as they are  the most aromatic . The seed is considered as an excellent source of limonene  a chemical typically found in the skin of citrus fruits . Limonene is an antioxidant and used to prevent and treat Cancer. Source : HM 

Recipe for 10 Medium  Peanut Butter Balls

Preparation time – 20 minutes

INGREDIENTS : One cup = One measuring cup

1. Peanut Butter – 1 cup ( Chunky Peanut Butter) 

2. Oats – 1/2 cup ( Roast and grind into fine powder )

3. Dry Coconut – 1/2 cup and 1/4 th cup ( Grind into fine powder for dusting at the end) 

4. Jaggery or Brown sugar – 4 tbsp

5. Ghee – 1/4 th tbsp ( Optional)

6. Cardamom powder – 5

METHOD:

1. Dry roast Oats . Cool and Grind with Cardamom . Transfer to a Bowl .

2. To this add Dry coconut, Jaggery ( Brown sugar) , Ghee , Peanut Butter and Chocolate Powder.

3. Mix well. Divide into 10 equal portions.

4. Shape them like balls . Roll in Powdered Dry coconut.

5. Store in a Glass Bowl . Note : If you like a little bite in between add some roasted Peanuts.

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