- Nut butter (e.g. almond, peanut butter)
- Mixed seeds (e.g. sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds)
- Medjool dates
Step by Step Instructions
Use an empty glass jar.
Add the nut butter (2/3rd jar), then the seeds (1/3rd jar).
Combine using a spoon.
Using a knife, make a lengthwise slit into the dates, remove the pits, then stuff the dates with the nut and seeds butter.
You can leave the leftover nut butter with mixed seeds in the fridge for later use. It’s a nice way to boost the nutrient content of your regular nut butter. Perfect on toast or added to porridge for a plant-powered breakfast.
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