Cannellini Cake with Apricots - Whenever I eat this cake, I find it hard to believe it started out as a can of beans. This nutritious, flourless confection is a great way to satisfy the craving for sweets, which are sometimes necessary to combat chemo fatigue. Since it’s made from beans, and walnuts, this cake is packed with protein. It’s also low on refined sugar, getting its sweetness from dried apricots and a little honey. Sweet as it tastes, the nutrition boost that comes from t…
Diabetic Friendly Snack: Dried Apricots. Dried apricots are a great tasting snack. This snack is a as grown, whole food which makes it very healthy option. Dried apricots do come with a warning. Click through to read all of the health benefits and to understand the warning.
Apricot, coconut and chocolate bliss balls. Great for the lunchbox or after school treat. Being nut free they are lunchbox friendly and are packed full of nutrition including: iron from the dried apricots, protein, iron and zinc from the pepitas (pumpkin seeds), carbohydrates, protein and fibre from the rolled oats, minerals and antioxidants from the raw cacao powder. Find PVC & BPA free reusable lunch boxes online at www.biome.com.au.
Apricot Flaky Scones - These not-too-sweet scones have a crispy exterior and a fluffy, buttery interior studded with dried apricots and pistachios. Nutritional Information Makes: 1 dozen Serving Size: 1 scone Calories254 Carbohydrates31.7 g Dietary fiber1.4 g Cholesterol27 mg Fat12.4 g Saturated fat6.6 g Sodium260 mg
How to Dry Apricots - Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. & another site said (with oven) can use 175 degrees F and wait at least 10 hours, then check. Apricots should have most of the moisture removed, but still be pliable.