I have baked plenty of goodies, salty or sweet, lately for the holidays and one of them is this power giving edibles, recipe of which I am sharing with you in this post. This energy bites can be eaten at any time of the day. These home made goodies are laden with nuts , seeds, oatmeal, raspberries and many more and baked them for the first time with the decarbed leaves that was mixed with finely ground almonds. Although mild in potency, they are far better than the brownies I brought from Amsterdam. I preferred baking these because they have less fat compared to the no-bake ones. You might just feel a bit dizziness but a relaxed afternoon would be lovely to munch this with coffee or tea.
And so, I hope you would try my recipe if you have plenty of decarbed cannabis sugar leaves at home. The decarbed stash I brought along with me is depleting and the rest could still be used for one more baking.
Notes: Tbsp = Tablespoon Tsp = Teaspoon Preheat the oven at 180°C/356°F
Makes about 30 Bites
1 1/2 Cups oatmeal, roasted 1 cup dried raspberry 1 1/2 cups crumbled pecan nuts 80 grams finely ground almond 2 tbsp sesame seeds 2 tbsp dried coconut flakes 4 tsp decarbed canna sugar leaves mixed with 2 tsp almond flour 4 tbsp sugar or 4 tbsp sugar substitute like - Kandisin or Stevia powder
4 egg yolks 4 egg whites 2 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoons melted butter
For the coating: chocolate bar + 2 tbsp milk coconut flakes, sesame seeds or ground orange peel
1.. In a pan with 1/2 tsp butter, roast oatmeal under low heat they become a bit brown and crispy. Remove from pan and place in a larger baking bowl. Add all dried ingredients to the oatmeal bowl and mix well.
2.. In a container, beat the yolks + 1 tsp sugar until sugar is dissolved. Add this together with the melted butter into the oatmeal bowl, mix well with a wooden spoon, set aside.
3.. In another container, beat the egg whites and add 1 tsp sugar, beat until whites are stiff. Pour the egg whites into the oatmeal bowl, add the honey and with a spatula carefully mix all ingredients until all are moist.
4.. Scoop-out a portion of the mixture, coat with sesame seeds, or coconut flakes, and carefully arrange the “bites” on the baking tray. Cover with an aluminum foil and bake in a pre-heated oven for 40-45 minutes. Remove from oven and let the bites cool down.
If you like to coat with chocolate… melt the 100 grams choco bar + 2 tbsp milk in the microwave oven for about 1 minute or until choco +milk are well blended. If the chocolate is too thick, add 1 more tbsp milk until a good caoting consistency is achieved. Can be frozen and could last for a week if stored in cookie jar.
Keep puffin´ for a high!