If mixture is too thick, add more melted coconut butter or tahini (or nut butter). If mixture is too thin, add more almond flour or shredded coconut and pulse. It should be thick and scoopable.
*See my full vegan vanilla protein powder review here. I actually used Tropeaka Lean Vanilla Protein Powder here.
*Tahini that is more dense and scoopable may yield drier bites. You're looking for tahini (or nut butter) that is smooth and creamy. If your tahini is too dry or thick, I recommend substituting another nut butter (such as peanut or almond) that is fresh, smooth and creamy in consistency for best results.
*For best results, make sure your coconut butter is melted and scoopable, rather than hardened and difficult to scoop. Otherwise it will have a hard time blending and the bites will likely turn out too dry.
*These bites aren't overly sweet, so if you're looking for a sweeter snack bites, add more dates (up to 6-8 as original recipe is written).
*Nutrition is a rough estimate calculated with protein powder and lesser amount of dates.
*Recipe adapted from the lovely Lee From America.