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Cricket Energy Bars

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May 28, 2016

Here's how to make Cricket Energy Bars. Crickets are nutritionally dense and very high in protein and can quite delicious. They're high in omega fatty acids, iron, zinc and other micro-nutrients.


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Directions

1In a food processor, combine all ingredients and blend 1-2 minutes on high, tills semi-fine consistency of a paste with small nutty chunks.

2Use saran wrap and hands to compress and mold mixture into rectangle shape. If it's a bit crumbly, you may need to add a bit of water, and re-mix, or add a few more dates. Refrigerate wrapped mold.

3After a minimum of 20 minutes in the fridge, you can chop/mold into individual pieces. Each batch should make about 7 bars. Refrigerate for up to 2 weeks, or a few months in the freezer.

Ingredients

1 Cup of Roasted Crickets or 1/2 Cup or Cricket Flour

1 Cup of Nuts (Cashes, Penuts, and/or almonds)

2 tsp of Coconut oil

1/3 Cup of Chia Seeds

2 Cups of Pitted Dates


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