I don't have a food scale, and so I estimated the volume I'd need of each ingredient.
To make *one* serving, I used 1 1/2 tbsp almonds, 1tbsp large Virginia peanuts, and 1 tbsp dried cranberries along with the 1/2 tbsp dates and 3/4 tsp chocolate.
This snack was perfectly satisfying, but I was worried that I had overestimated the volumes. It turns out, I had.
1 1/2 tbsp almonds is about 1/2 an oz. 1 tbsp peanuts is about 2/3 of an oz, and 1 tbsp of dried cranberries is about 1/3 of an oz.
The nutritional content of what I ate comes to:
170 calories, 11g carbs, 12g fat, 6g protein.
What the recipe calls for (1 serving):
1/4 oz almonds = 2 tsp
1/8 oz peanuts = 1 tsp
1/8 oz cranberries = 1 tsp
1/2 tbsp dates
3/4 tsp chocolate chips
Has anyone eaten one serving according to the recipe? Was it satisfying? It works out to being about two tbsp of gorp which seems like a small amount to me.
What are your thoughts?