pinch of sea salt (if using a nut butter with no added salt)
1-2 tsp your favorite spices or spice combinations
1/2 C other add-ins (whole or roughly chopped nuts or seeds, dried fruit, chocolate chips...
In a large bowl add the nut butter, honey or
other sweetener, vanilla and salt if needed.
Use less vanilla if yours is very strong or
more if you really enjoy the vanilla flavor and
don't buy an alcohol based kind. If all your
ingredients are room temperature you should be
able to stir to combine. If this is difficult
you can warm in the microwave for a few seconds
or even place the bowl in an inch or two hot
water for a few minutes to soften everything.
Once this is combined add the remaining
In this case I used almond butter and for my
addins I used equal parts sesame seeds, poppy
seeds and mini chocolate chips. Mix well. Once
it's all combined place in the fridge for about
30 minutes. Then remove from the fridge, scoop
out some dough and roll into a ball. I find
it's much easier, and works better to squeeze
the handful together to compact it and then
roll it into a ball.
If yours are too sticky you can considering
adding more dry ingredients into them or
rolling them in something like ground nuts,
coconut, etc so they aren't as sticky. Place
the balls in an airtight container either in
the fridge or freezer for quick and easy
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