Super Chunky Citrus Bites

November 11, 2011

When I went to the Foodbuzz Festival this last weekend and was lucky enough to room with Christin. Since she’s a fellow food blogger, I knew I had to bring some goodies for her to try.

Not really sure what to make, I went with what I had an abundance: citrus fruit.

I had a huge bag of what I thought was limes and was excited to make some lime bites. As I combined all of the ingredients together and tasted the batch, I realized these little limes are not limes… In actuality, I don’t have a clue (still) what they were but I do know they look like limes, taste like lemons, and the middle is orange like little tangerines.

Since this recipe could use either a lemon, lime, or tangerine, we’ll go with citrus so you can use whichever you have on hand.

Fair warning, these little bites are amazing and eating just one may be a challenge. Crunchy from the cashews and sour from the leminerines with a tiny bit of salt to really make the sweetness from the dates pop.

This is a nutritious snack or dessert, loaded with flavor, healthy sweetness and fats, and energizing, too! My favorite part of these is the coconut sugar granules that I rolled them in. D E L I C I O U S. Rolling the bites in the coconut sugar is optional but definitely suggested.



Give these a try! And make them your own: What fun ingredient would you include to make these YOUR citrus bites?

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Alisa November 12, 2011 at 6:55 AM

Oh wow, a crunchy coconut sugar coating – what a good idea!

Glad you had fun! I looked at Christin’s pictures and it seemed to be a blast!


Pure2raw twins November 12, 2011 at 6:49 AM

yum! love the sound of this recipe


Kris November 11, 2011 at 2:47 PM

Mmm, I’d make them JUST like this – maybe no coconut. I love citrus, and you know me, I’d probably add beans. 😉


Ela November 11, 2011 at 2:24 PM

Sounds delectable. Citrus and mesquite are really good together, I think. Actually, carob and lemon is delicious to my taste, but I know not everyone likes it…


Christin@purplebirdblog November 11, 2011 at 8:38 AM

They were SO FREAKIN’ DELICIOUS! And yes, I highly recommend the coconut sugar, it tied in so well with the leminerin-iness (love the word leminerine!). I am sad they are all gone!


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