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Batty Recipes

Batty Recipes

A Gambian epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus gambianus) eats a fig on the go, thereby aiding seed dispersal.
Credit: MerlinTuttle.org — Bat Conservation International

Looking for a treat that honors our favorite nocturnal creature? To celebrate the positive contributions bats make to our foods we invite you to get involved with some cooking fun!

No bats were harmed in the making of these recipes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Gingered Fig & Cranberry Chutney with Walnuts

A perfect accompaniment for not just holiday cooking! This recipe has three batty related ingredients - figs, sugar and walnuts!

 

Read more: Gingered Fig & Cranberry Chutney with Walnuts

Glorious Guava Banana Pineapple Smoothie

 

To a fruit bat, this is liquid gold! Try this glorious smoothie with banana, pineapple and guava and get into the #BattyTreat spirit!

 

Read more: Glorious Guava Banana Pineapple Smoothie

Batty Balls

A great treat for kids and adults alike. No baking or heating involved!

Read more: Batty Balls

Chocolate dipped banana ghosts

Not all ghosts need to be scary...some can be yummy!

These amazing ghosty treats are sure to get a smile and an "mmmmm" from anyone who receives them. The best part: they're simple to make!

Read more: Chocolate dipped banana ghosts

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