Gluten Free Cocos-Rolls

Baking I find a hassle. Still I want to fill up my kid’s lunch boxes with good type of goodies every day of the week. This has become much more difficult since we realised that my son is gluten sensitive. Since then my daughter ‘s eating low gluten as well, and she feels so much better. This made me end up baking a lot on school days. Because this cocos-roll you just need to mix, it became my favourite this year.

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Ingredients for 2 lunch boxes as afternoon snack and a bite for the mom: 1/2 cup finely ground flax seed, 1/2 cup ground almond, 1/2 cup grated dried coconut; 1/4 cup cocos blossom sugar, 1 tee spoon cinnamon powder, 4 tbs cacao powder, 100 grams butter, 2-3 tbs milk.

Mix all ingredients together, roll the balls in graded coconut and pack.

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