Carrot Cake Nourish Bites

March 25, 2018



Nourish bites AKA the new energy balls, because let’s be honest, nourish bites just sounds so much more glamorous. And they do exactly that; they nourish due to their abundance of healthy fats (nuts and coconut oil) and when combined with ground cinnamon – become an unstoppable force for balanced hormones. They’re also packed full of fibre (chia seeds and dates), ensuring you’ll stay full until supper whilst aiding with healthy digestion at the same time.


All that goodness and we haven’t even got onto the best bit! As Easter is fast approaching, these nourish bites are carrot cake flavoured, incorporating carrots and walnuts to mimic what is in my opinion, one of the best cakes out there. I top mine with a dollop of creamy coconut yogurt, the perfect healthy replacement for cream cheese, along with a dollop of almond butter. They’re perfect on the go, or enjoyed as an Easter treat when you want a break from all the chocolate eggs.




1 cup of almonds

12 medjool dates, pitted

½ tbsp of coconut oil

1 tbsp of chia seeds

1 tbsp of cinnamon cinnamon

½ tsp of mixed spice

1 medium carrot

½ cup of walnuts



1 Place the almond into a food processor and blitz until fine and crumbly. Add in the pitted medjool dates, coconut oil, chia seeds and spices and blend further until a sticky dough forms.


2 Grate in the carrot and add the walnuts, blitzing gently until everything is combined. Roll the dough into small balls and place into the fridge to set slightly until ready to eat.


  • Buy yourself a set of measuring cups – All my recipes are created this way as it makes life a lot easier. So when I say 1 tbsp, I mean an actual tablespoon measured out, not just a regular spoonful.

  • The mix should be a little sticky/ gooey – that’s what makes them so delicious.


Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Please reload



I'm Megan, nutrition coach and wellness enthusiast, recipe developer, content creator and avid nut butter addict. 

Welcome to my blog, where you'll find a selection of nourishing yet oh so indulgent recipes, recommendations on the most amazing places to eat in the capital (and across the globe) + endless nutritional information, tips and advice. 

Feel free to get in touch with any content writing requests,  food photography queries or blog collaborations. If you have any questions regarding nutrition coaching, send me an email at to talk all things food! 


  • Instagram - Grey Circle


Please reload

Women's Health blog Nutrition Wellbeing Wellness Nutritionist
Recipes healthy women's health nutrition wellbeing women's health
healthy recipes wellbeing nutrition women's health nutritionist
Megan Hallett Women's Health and Nutrition Coach Nutritionist hormone health

Megan Hallett is a London-based women's health expert and nutrition Coach and trainee nutritionist. Cookbook AUTHOR.

Email me for any women's health and nutrition coaching enquires or visit the work with me page for more information

Whilst I am London-based, the majority of my work is carried out remotely, over the phone or via Zoom.


cookbook pcos women's health nutrition plant-based recipes