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  • Preparation
    15 min

  • Cooking
    Without cooking

  • Power
    350°F (180°C)

  • Quantity
    About 25 monkey poos

Monkey Poos(Puffed cereal, peanut butter or WowButter and mixed berries)

Who wants to try some yummy Monkey poo? Hahaha! Here’s my recipe for the finger-licking good Monkey Poo snacks that Mini Labriski eats on her diabolically sweet adventures in Sucrabolique!, the first volume in my new collection of children’s books (Available only in French for the time being). What are you eating? It’s monkey poo! Hilarious, right? As well as being super easy to make, these no-cook snacks are also vegan (egg-free and dairy-free), gluten-free, nut-free (and also peanut-free if you choose to make them with WowButter instead of peanut butter). YUM-YUMMSKI! At the end of the recipe, I talk about Mini Labriski and explain her mission which, just like Madame Labriski, is to help reduce the consumption of refined sugar.

SOURCE OF POCKET-SIZED FIBRE AND ENERGY!

AND THEN WHAT?

  1. Grab some cheerfulness and your sense of humour.

  2. Put all the ingredients into a bowl and stir thoroughly.

  3. Using your hands (nice and clean), shape them into… little pieces of poo.

  4. Share them with all your friends.

  5. Use your imagination every day and believe in yourself.

Storage (in a airtight container)

Monkey Poos can be stored easily for a week in an airtight container in the fridge.

You can also freeze them.

Please note: coconuts are not nuts and if you make these Poos using WowButter, they are allergen free.

Do you have a peanut allergy but haven’t quite fallen in love with WowButter? Ever thought about trying sesame seed butter? Yup… it’s delish. (And yes, you can also make Monkey Poos using sesame seed butter. ;-)

MADAME’S TOP TIP: If you like caramel, try these monkey poo snacks using my caramel-flavoured date puree. Yum yum…

Why Mini Labrisiki? Because I believe anything is possible in life and I’ve always dreamed of writing children’s books. Seeing the sparkle in children’s eyes during my culinary presentations made me understand that I needed to mentor them to believe in themselves and their infinite possibilities… as much as I can.

Video showing  Mini Labriski

Synopsis of Sucrabolique!, Mini Labriski, Volume 01:

Mini Labriski is nine years old and bursting with energy. She loves doing culinary experiments and organizing all kinds of activities. One bright afternoon while she’s decorating cupcakes, her favourite dessert that she makes using a box of cake mix, zouuuuuuupe! she’s sucked up by the powers of Extra-Top-Strength Imagination. She suddenly finds herself in a make-believe yet much too “sweet” fantasy world where she meets Mr. Fiasco-de-la-Fatigue, Paulette les-Palettes-Carrier and Obésine Bedon-Rond. Her mission: to prevent the masters of Infinite Kingdom from putting their diabolically sweet plan into action. Armed with just her magic spoon and energized by her delicious monkey poos, will Mini be able to save the world?

Once the names of the characters have been translated into English, I’m sure you’ll think they’re hilarious.

Mr. Fiasco-de-la-Fatiguqe is like « Mr. Fiasco De La Fatigue »

Paulette les-Palettes-Carrier is like « Paula Rottenchoppers »

and Gourmandine BedonRond is like « Sweet Tooth Chubbybelly »

 

Where do I get my copy?

Ingredients

  • 150 g (½ cup) date puree

     

  • 150 g (½ cup) natural peanut butter or WowButter

     

  • 40 g (2 cups) puffed rice or quinoa (or a mixture of both)

  • 20 g (¼ cup) unsweetened grated coconut. Optional, but it’ll make them tastier!

     

  • 30 g (¼ cup) unsweetened dried cranberries. Optional, but it’ll make them tastier!

     

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