Low-Fat No Bake Energy Balls Recipe

energy balls

Low-Fat No Bake Energy Bites Recipe



energy balls



Hello sexy foxes. Today, I wanted to share a recipe that I’ve been making in bulk! I have seen a lot of no-bake energy balls recipes, but a lot of them contain a little too much fat for me. I’ve been dabbling with powdered peanut butter and I must say, I’m having a great experience! These tiny balls pack a huge punch of flavor and nutrients. My favorite thing about this low-fat no-bake snack is that it only calls for 7 ingredients. I love to pop 2 or 3 after a workout for a quick “pick me up.” But of course, you can eat them as a snack anytime. You can make a huge batch so that you and your family can enjoy them throughout the week. This recipe is ridiculously easy and fast to make, so let’s get started.


Serves: 8-10


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¼ cup peanut butter

½ cup rolled oats

½ tsp vanilla extract

¼ cup honey

Pinch of pink salt

¼ C flaxseed

¼ C chocolate chips


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1. I ended up mixing the powdered peanut butter with water (a ratio of 2:1) to have it ready to pour. I stirred together 6 tablespoons of water with a little more than 3 tablespoons because I wanted my consistency to be a little runny

2. To make it easy on myself I just measured everything out ahead of time. You can play with the ratios to see which works better. I like a little more liquids to help the oats mix well and stick to the other ingredients

3. I combined all the ingredients in one bowl (or pot). Then, I rolled the mixture in between the palm of my hands until I made a 1-inch ball. Caution: Your hands will be sticky as f#$%!

4. Finally, I put those bad boys in the fridge and waited 30-60 minutes for them to set

Feel free to double the recipe and play around with the ingredients. You can add raisins, dates, maple syrup, chia seeds… I think you get the picture. I hope you enjoy the recipe and let me know if you end up giving it a try.







What’s your go-to quick healthy snack?   

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