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CADA - Coconut, Almond, Date & Apple

by EricaL (follow)
Writer, blogger, Mum-of-two. Editor of melbourne.kidtown.com.au
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I've recently discovered CADA by following healthy eating blogs and similar Facebook pages; and discovered this easy recipe is not only delicious, but full of goodness, and without any processed or refined nasties either.

CADA stands for coconut, almond, date and apple; put simply, just four simple ingredients. Whizzed together, these four foods make a mixture of tiny morsels that you can either eat as is, sprinkle over cereal, or add to some Greek yoghurt for a super healthy breakfast.

CADA - Coconut, Almond, Date & Apple

If you would like to make your own CADA, I follow the recipe seen on thermofun, although I double mine because I get through my CADA super quick:


40g fresh or desiccated coconut
40g Almonds
40g pitted dates
1 green apple quartered

How to:

Whiz all ingredients together in a food processor, or 'turbo' in your Thermomix a few times until you reach your desired consistency.

You can use alternative dried fruit if you wish - try cranberry or apricot. Your almonds could be replaced with any other nut - cashews or pistachio might be good to try.

Your freshly prepared, sweet tasting and easy to digest concoction is packed with fibre, nutrients and natural goodness to kick start your day - what can be better than that.

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Hi Erica - Would the CADA recipe need refrigerating at all? Wondering if it could be good as a snack when on a 4 day hiking tri...p
by abdm
Yes I usually refrigerate mine. If it's cool weather while hiking, you might be ok though?
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