Apricot, Prune and Walnut Energy Bites

Dr. Angela Seabright
Sarah Basile

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Apricot Prune and Walnut Energy Bites
Dried apricots and prunes are low in calories and a fantastic source of energy and fiber, plus they’re naturally sweet. Apricots are also a good source of Vitamin A, which is necessary for your vision and immune system and also helps maintain healthy skin, teeth and bones.
These sweet fruits, paired with heart-healthy fat from walnuts, is a great alternative to processed granola and cereal bars for a quick pick-me-up any time of the day.

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