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Banana choc-chip cake balls

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Banana choc-chip cake balls

Banana choc-chip cake balls

Ooo these are DE-licious. I can’t stop eating them! You don’t need to make balls out of these by the way. I also made a loaf tin which worked (albeit denser), and muffins will be fine too. But cake balls are fun if you have the ball mould 🙂

 

4 medium very ripe bananas

10 medjool dates, pitted and soaked in hot water briefly

3/4 cup tapioca flour (starch)

1/2 cup brown rice flour

1/2 cup buckwheat flour

1/2 cup non dairy milk (with 1 tsp vinegar added)

80 gm dark non dairy chocolate, roughly chopped

2 tsp baking powder

1 tsp bicarb soda

1 tsp vanilla extract

pinch salt

 

Mix dry ingredients in a bowl.

Blend dates, bananas, milk (and vinegar) and vanilla together until a smooth paste forms.

Combine mixtures and stir until mixed.

 

Spray an oven cake pop tin and spoon mixture in, add lid, and bake at 190 deg Celsius for 15-20 minutes (or alternatively, bake muffins in a muffin tray).

Test with a skewer and remove when cooked in the middle.

Enjoy!

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Author: Rah

www.plantbasedmunchies.wordpress.com

3 thoughts on “Banana choc-chip cake balls

  1. This looks delicious! 😉
    XOXO,
    Isabella

  2. Hello from Kitchen Rebellion HQ! 🙂 I have nominated you to join in the Liebster Awards! If you are keen or curious, check out the details in my own Liebster post here: http://thekitchenrebellion.com/2014/09/16/liebster-award-a-foodie-carousel-vegan-blog/

    Love your blog! ♥

    • Hi Kitchen Rebellion! 🙂 Thanks for the nomination 🙂 I will happily accept…probably tomorrow when I have more time! Lovely to “meet” you, stand by…!!

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