Made with only five simple ingredients, these one bowl Coconut Flour Apple Pie Bites are the perfect kid-friendly treat. Perfect to take to school or work, or store in the freezer when you need a quick sweet-tooth fix!

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Made with only five simple ingredients, these one bowl Coconut Flour Apple Pie Bites are the perfect kid-friendly treat. Perfect to take to school or work, or store in the freezer when you need a quick sweet-tooth fix!

Hi friends! I hope everyone had a lovely Labour Day weekend. I’m excited to be back to a routine today, especially since it’s officially back to school where I live!

I spent this past weekend in Toronto with my best friend Kels. We only went down for a night but had the chance to see a Jays game and visit Ripley’s Aquarium. Anyone that’s following baseball right now knows the Jays are doing awesome and Kels scored us some wicked seats. Although I spent the entire four hours sweating profusely in the sun while I enjoyed my $7 ice cream cone, it was a perfect day. Mid way through Alex and I went to buy water bottles, and it cost me ten dollars. TEN DOLLARS. Criminals.

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Made with only five simple ingredients, these one bowl Coconut Flour Apple Pie Bites are the perfect kid-friendly treat. Perfect to take to school or work, or store in the freezer when you need a quick sweet-tooth fix!

I can actually buy 150 water bottles at Costco for ten dollars. Seriously.

Assuming we were going to spend this type of money at the game, I packed food to bring on the trip, which included these Coconut Flour Apple Pie Bites.

These little balls of goodness are seriously GOOD you guys. They’re free from any refined sugars and with a touch of cinnamon, literally taste like apple pie. I love the addition of coconut flour too, which give them a punch of protein, healthy fats and fibre! Coconut flour is also gluten-free. It’s a super tricky flour to bake with since it’s really absorbent, but when balanced well, it’s a great alternative to traditional flour! It’s tha bomb in these Cocout Flour Apple Pie Bites.

I have a very large food processor, but you can get away with making this in a mini food processor. Although I love having a large one, having a small one would be SO much easier to clean! (You can check out the one I have now here!)

Made with only five simple ingredients, these one bowl Coconut Flour Apple Pie Bites are the perfect kid-friendly treat. Perfect to take to school or work, or store in the freezer when you need a quick sweet-tooth fix!

These bites on the softer site which give them a cake-like texture, but if you’d like, you can store them in the freezer. I love storing these snacks in the freezer because they aren’t always in front of my face in the fridge.

The best part? Two of these fit perfectly in a little 4 oz mason jar (get them here!), which make the cutest back to school snack for your child’s lunch box!

Made with only five simple ingredients, these one bowl Coconut Flour Apple Pie Bites are the perfect kid-friendly treat. Perfect to take to school or work, or store in the freezer when you need a quick sweet-tooth fix!

Coconut Flour Apple Pie Bites

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings 10 balls

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of pitted Medjool dates - soaked
  • ½ cup of dried apple rings the only ingredient should be apples
  • cup of organic no sugar added apple juice
  • 3 tablespoons of coconut flour
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Soak your dates in warm water for at least 30 minutes
  2. Combine all your ingredients in a food processor.
  3. Blend the ingredients until a ball of dough forms in the food processor, approximately 2-3 minutes. Stop to scrape the sides down as needed.
  4. Roll the dough into balls, using approximately a heaping tablespoon for each.
  5. Place balls on a baking sheet and put them in the freezer for 20 minutes.
  6. Store in a mason jar in the fridge or the freezer!

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