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Christmas snowballs for Santa Claus

These no-bake snowballs are a delicious and healthy alternative that can give Santa Claus the energy he needs to do the great job of delivering all of these gifts tonight! Bonus: Make it less stressful on Christmas Eve!

Why traditions are important to children

You may not believe the impact small traditions and rituals have on your children. During the holidays, birthdays or even in everyday life, you can use traditions or rituals to get in touch with your children in a special way. New studies show that traditions (no matter how small) are of long use to children. 4 specific advantages are identified:

Predictability: Children look forward to rituals like bedtime stories. Bonding: Whether they bond with a parent or an extended family, rituals and traditions give children the opportunity to bond. Identity: Traditions make children feel like they belong to a family or group: Religious or other rituals and traditions provide an opportunity to teach family values.No snowball energy balls for Santa Claus in a bowl of coconut on a wooden board with a white star and a red Christmas cloth

While it may seem insignificant, there is a tradition as simple as leaving treats for Santa and his reindeer, something to look forward to for children, and a way to bond. It may seem difficult to make cookies in a day that you may have a million other things to cook. These no-bake snowballs are a delicious and healthy alternative that can give Santa Claus the energy he needs to do the great job of delivering all of these gifts tonight! This simple tradition is easy to get started with and fun to keep going!

Do you carry this tradition in your home? What are you leaving for Santa Claus?

no baked coconut snowball sitting on a white Christmas ornament starno bake snowball energy balls with coconut on a festive red Christmas kerchief and extra coconut scattered around

9 everyone Medjool dates1/3 Cup old fashioned oats3 tablespoon Cocoa powder1/2 Cup peanut butter Naturally1/2 TL vanilla1/3 Cup Coconut flakes

Put the oats in a food processor and mix until a fine, floury consistency is obtained (this may take a few minutes). Put in a mixing bowl.

Place the dates (without pits) in the food processor and mix until a sticky paste forms. Pour the sticky date paste into the mixing bowl.

Add cocoa powder, peanut butter, and vanilla to the mixing bowl. Use your hands to thoroughly combine all of the ingredients.

Carefully shape the dough into balls, using about two tablespoons of dough per ball.

Place the coconut in a shallow bowl. Roll each ball in the coconut.

Enjoy! Store leftovers in the refrigerator or freezer.

Calories: 92kcal | Carbohydrates: 11G | Protein: 2G | Fat: 5G | Saturated fatty acids: 1G | Sodium: 56mg | Fiber: 1G | Sugar: 6thG

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