Nut-Free Coco Choc Date Lamington Balls

Nut free choc coconut Lamington balls
Today I’m continuing my series of easy allergy friendly treat recipes that your kids will love.

When I think of Coconut and Chocolate I automatically think, Lamingtons! So I’ve named these Coco Choc Date treats, Lamington Balls, because who doesn’t like a Lamington! If you are in the camp of ‘Lamingtons must have a raspberry jam filling’, go with the optional freeze dried raspberry center.

These freeze really well so you can make a big batch, pop one or two into a lunch box and they’ll defrost by morning tea time. The kids will think they are a treat, so don’t tell them they are healthy.
If you need some allergy friendly party snacks, pop them on a stick to make them look extra fancy.

Choc Coco Date, Nut-Free Lamington Balls
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These delicious choc coconut date balls are a healthy treat. Perfect to add to a lunchbox or just for a sweet treat to get you through the day.
Recipe type: Treat
Cuisine: Allergy Friendly
Serves: 18
  • 2 cups (280g) Medjool Dates pitted (these are more moist than regular dried dates)
  • ½ cup (45g) moist coconut flakes (or dessicated coconut) - plus extra for coating
  • 2 tbsp (heaped) Cocoa Powder
  • 18 freeze dried raspberries (optional)
  1. Roughly chop dates
  2. In a food processor combine Dates, cocoa powder and ½ cup coconut, and process until a smooth paste has formed.
  3. Roll into 18 walnut sized balls.
  4. If adding raspberries, make a little hole in the centre of ball and add raspberry then push paste back over hole.
  5. Roll in extra coconut.
  6. Refrigerate till firm.

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