My friend Hanni at www.hanniyoga.com posted a recipe for a Homemade Tumeric Snap Almond Milk. I could not wait to try it. Once I was able to make it I decided that the spiced almond pulp that was leftover after straining the liquid was so yummy smelling that I had to put it to use right away. So I created these spice bites that are absolutely scrumptious. They lasted less than 24 hours in my house! 

1 cup spices almond pulp

2 cups shredded, unsweetened coconut

2 vanilla beans (scrapped) or 2 tsp vanilla extract

3 TBL maple syrup or honey

4 TBL coconut oil

1 TBL hot water

Place all ingredients in a food processor. Mix until a dough has formed. Place contents in a bowl and refrigerate for 15 minutes. Take out of fridge and pack dough into 2 inch round bites and place on a cookie sheet. Bake at 200 degrees for about an hour until slightly dry on the outside. Let cool. Eat slowly and enjoy all the flavors! 

Options:

Vata people - Can add 2 dates to food processor before mixing. After baking, roll dehydrated spice Bite in melted chocolate, stick in freezer for 15 minutes, pull out for your own healthy version of a cake pop. 

Kapha people - use honey instead of maple syrup.

Pitta people - as is.

A Grounding and Nourishing Treat for all Doshas

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