This is a really healthy snack that you can keep for a longer period. Adding honey gives a sweetness as well as it works like a preservative. Instead of orange juice can add apple juice or or even Alcohol (then its not healthy…)

To keep longer leave them in fridge and rest can be packed in snack bags and freeze. Take a day before to thaw. You can make them in a larger batch and take when ever you want.

Instead of sesame seeds you can use nuts coconut or even chocolate for coating.



  • 250g Roasted Almonds
  • 100g Dried Plums
  • 200g Sultana
  • 250g Dates
  • 100g Apricot
  • 200g Dried Cranberries
  • Juice of 1 Orange
  • Enough Honey to sweeten
  • 1-11/2 cups Sesame roasted


  1. Add from hard  fruits to soft fruit  to a food processor and process until it combines together add orange juice and honey.
  2. Next make balls and dip in roasted sesame.
  3. store in air tight jars.



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