Date - Walnut Pralinées

 Date - Walnut Pralinées

I have to admit, I do not really have a sweet tooth and rather prefer fresh and hearty food.
But every now and then I'm also pleased with such delicacies as long as they are not super sweet.

Our children are very happy to have a little treat from time to time, that's why you will also find quite some snacks, desserts and something like today on our blog.

As our little energy balls found such a big audience, we thought we'd try another similar, but even simpler recipe.

Quite simple means fantastically easy and fast to make, with only a few ingredients and in addition in raw food quality.

Et voilà here it is - our happiness treat for a good beginning of the week.

With just two main ingredients and some spices, you can whip up the pralinées in no time.
They consist of dates and nuts - here you can of course vary as desired.
We decided to use walnuts today.


Nuts are so incredibly valuable for our health, that is why we like to mix them in our breakfast porridge, use them as a topping on our delicious chocolate pudding or we take them as a snack on the go.

They are rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamin E.


Now we wish you a wonderful start of the week!

Have fun preparing and if you have any further ideas, we would appreciate your comment!

Date - Walnut Pralinées

 Date - Walnut Pralinées
  • Author: go-healthy
  • Posted on: Jan. 11, 2016
  • Category: Snacks
  • Type: Vegan
  • Preparation time: 0:10:00
  • Servings: 15


  • 250g walnuts (soaked in water overnight)
  • 250g dates
  • 2tbsp cashew butter (please add more if you feel that the consistency is still too crumbly)
  • 1 pinch of cinnamon
  • 1 pinch of cardamom ( you can use shredded coconut, sesame or cocoa for coating)


  1. Put all the ingredients in the food processor with S-knife and mix everything until the dough holds together.
  2. Form small balls.
  3. If desired, you can roll the pralinées either in shredded coconut, sesame, orange zest or cocoa.


Try also other nuts such as macadamia, hazelnuts or almonds.

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