1/2cupof sunflower seeds or I have also used almonds or walnuts and it tasted fine that way too.
1 1/2cupsof shredded coconut
Almondcoconut, or regular milk, enough to help the mixture form into a ball.
For a sweeter flavor you can add in a couple tablespoons of sweetened cocoa powder.
In a food processor with your metal cutting blade, place the dates, raisins, sunflower and sesame seeds in the bowl and chop finely. Add the peanut butter and 1/2 cup of shredded coconut, and mix thoroughly. You could need to add a small amount of milk to help the mixture roll into balls easier. Use the remaining coconut to coat the outside of the energy ball. Place them into a bowl and refrigerate for 1 hour to harden.
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