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How To Make: Healthy No- Bake Energy Balls Recipe Without A Food Processor

Easy Energy Ball Recipe

Easy Energy Ball Recipe

HI, WELLNISTA!

Do you have a busy schedule? Do you want to eat healthy and delicious food?  I was chatting with a client recently about the importance of eating healthy meals that create satiation (feeling of satisfaction and fullness when eating). Then we talked about cravings and chocolate! This energy balls recipe was created from that conversation. And I'm already obsessed!

We all know the benefits of food prepping by now and this recipe meets us at go! Energy balls are a great breakfast on the go. You can also pack the energy balls as a snack for pre or post workout hunger and you can freeze energy balls in freezer-safe containers for later munching (for up to one month).

What is an Energy Ball?

An energy ball is a nutritionally dense portable combination of healthy protein, healthy fats, and healthy carbohydrates. The cool part is, you can also use the batter to make no-bake energy bars, which is healthier than most if not all store-bought traditional granola options. But if you're crunched for time, the article linked below will help you scan and shop store-bought granola opions like a pro.

How to Eat Energy Balls For Fat Loss:

Eat 1-2 energy balls as a single serving. Pair the energy balls with a serving of fresh fruit and a glass of fresh delicious water to eat well and keep your portions and hunger in check.

Watch the Video below to See the Recipe

 

Energy Ball Recipe

1 Cup Crunchy Peanut Butter (3 grams of sugar or less)

2 Cups Almond Flour

1/4 Cup Honey

1/2 Tsp. Sea Salt

1 Tsp Vanilla Extract

1/4 Cup Dark Chocolate Cocoa Powder

1/4 Cup Freeze Dried Raspberries (no sugar added)

Directions:

Pour all ingredients into a large mixing bowl. Use a spatula to blend the mixture until the batter is even and consistent. Place the batter in the fridge to set for 20-30 minutes. Next, use a spoon or small ice cream scoop to measure  2-3 tbsp. serving of batter. Form a ball shape from the batter. Mold the energy balls until no more dough remains. Place your energy balls in the refrigerator or freezer for storage.

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