No-bake, EASY, and healthy Energy Bites! You can use one bowl and whip these up in minutes. This recipe is kid friendly and super fun for them to help you make in the kitchen.
I have been making energy bites for years and years but usually used nuts as a base and it required using a food processor. I decided to create a new energy bite recipe using oats as the base instead of nuts and made sure you didn’t need a food processor! Sometimes it’s nice to not dirty an extra appliance and some people don’t have one in their kitchen.
This recipe is filled with good healthy ingredients and is literally the easiest recipe to make! You only need one bowl, no processor or mixer, and requires no baking. I love having these on hand in the fridge (or even the freezer!) for a quick snack to grab.
This is a perfect recipe to have kids help with! It doesn’t take long and is super straight forward – you literally pour every ingredient into one bowl and mix together. Then you roll them into balls and put them in the fridge. THAT’S IT – then you’re done!
How To Make:
Place all of the ingredients listed into one large mixing bowl!
You can play around with different ingredients if you don’t have certain ones, or there are allergies involved.
This recipe can be made nut free by substituting sunbutter for the peanut butter and using sunflower seeds instead of the walnuts!
After you add all of the ingredients, you can use a wooden spoon to incorporate it all! I’ve used my hands before to make sure everything was evenly incorporated, especially if the peanut butter you are using is thicker.
It will look like the picture just above and will be a bit sticky. Try taking a small amount in your hand and then squishing/rolling it into balls. If it’s too crumbly and isn’t sticking together well, you can just add a splash of water! If it’s too wet, you can add a bit more oats or coconut.
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