Saturday, July 16, 2022

No Bake Energy Balls

These no bake energy balls are easy to make with, oatmeal, wheat germ, ground flax seed, peanut butter, honey and chocolate chips. 
Today I want to share a recipe for my new favorite snack! My daughter shared this recipe for these No Bake Energy Balls and I was instantly hooked. I think I've made this recipe three or four times over the last month. They're simple, require no baking and packed full of wholesome ingredients. 

These energy balls are perfect for a healthy snack, lunch box treat or grab and go breakfast. I like to pair mine with a fruit smoothie if I want something quick. This recipe is made with oatmeal, wheat germ, flax seed, peanut butter, honey and chocolate chips giving them a good mix of protein, fiber and omega - 3 fatty acids. 

I don't recommend using a natural peanut butter in this recipe because the consistency can be dry due to the lack of oils in the peanut butter. If you're allergic to peanuts, Sun butter is a good alternative. You can use old fashioned oats or quick oats for this recipe, I like to use old fashioned because they have a chewier texture. 

I love that everything mixes together in one bowl, I like to use my kitchen aid mixer (a hand mixer will also work) to combine all the ingredients. 

Roll into 1 inch balls and refrigerate for at least 1 hour before eating. Store leftovers in an air tight container in the refrigerate for up to one week. They never last that long at our house. 




Adapted from: Together as Family 



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3 comments:

Colleen said... #

These sound & look Fantastic. No heating up the oven on these triple digit day. Will be so happy when them Fall temperatures arrive
Thank you

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