Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Healthy Kids Recipe: Dinosaur Eggs

Posted  By Kyle J. Norton 
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Recipe attributed to 4 ingredients Kids (Simple, healthy, fun in the kitchen) by Kim McCosker, the international bestselling author of 4 ingredients, one pot, one bowl. Published by Atria Smart Book. You can view her website at

Once upon a time when I was making these in my kitchen, my beautiful then 5 year-old came in, looked up quizzically at me and said, "Mum, they look like dinosaur eggs!" No longer were they Apricot Balls, but forevermore Dinosaur eggs!
Makes 40
21/2 cups finely shredded coconut
14 ounces dried apricots, finely chopped
1 can (1/4 ounces) condensed milk
Measure out its cup of coconut and set aside on a wide, flat plate.
Place the remaining coconut in a bowl and stir in the apricots and condensed milk. With wet hands, roll 2 teaspoons of mixture into a "dinosaur egg" and roll in the reserved coconut. Refrigerate or freeze.

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