Apple Nutmeg Bites


Prep time: 5 minutes
Container: Nutri Ninja Bowl™
Makes: 12 bites

1 1/2 cups dried apples
1/2 cup Medjool dates, cut in half, pits removed
1/2 tablespoon agave nectar
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1/2 cup toasted walnuts

Place all ingredients into the Nutri Ninja Bowl in the order listed.
Roll mixture into evenly sized bites, about 1 inch round.

Note: if you do not have a Nutri Ninja Bowl Duo machine you can pulse all the ingredients in a food processor or blender



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12 Responses to Apple Nutmeg Bites

  1. Joan says:

    Your apple nutmeg bites is excellent. Is there a substitute for agave for a diabetic?

  2. Elizabeth Sochacki says:

    I love this recipe so delicious and easy and my 7 year loves his new treat!!

  3. Margo says:

    can you use almonds or pistachios instead of walnuts?

  4. Devan says:

    Instead of dried dates, could any dried fruit work? Also, instead of toasted Walnuts could any toasted nuts work as well? After you evenly make the bite sized balls, do you let them rest room temperature or do you put them in the refrigerator?

    • moulton says:

      Yes you could use other dried fruit and other dried nuts in place of the dates and walnuts. And you don’t have to refrigerate them unless they are going to be out for a long time.

  5. So excited to take these to dinner for the hostess tomorrow! Easy for me, looks delicious! I’m not a nut person so may have to forgo the tasting. Bummer.

  6. Mary MacGregor says:

    Hi Sara, Your apple nutmeg bites sound great. I would like to make them as a stocking stuffer. What is their shelf life and suggested storage? Thanks so much! Mary M

    • moulton says:

      Mary, so sorry I did not get back sooner. But here is the answer anyway – since they are composed of dried fruit and nuts I would think they have a shelf life of at least a month. The only thing that could happen is that the nuts could become rancid so store them in the fridge.

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