Here's a great recipe for Energy Balls or some refer to them as Bliss Balls or Protein Balls.
Energy Balls are a perfect "Grab N Go" quick snack for that morning or afternoon need of energy boost. What a nice replacement from that caffeinated coffee or Coca-Cola.
These Energy Balls are loaded with nutrients to keep you focused and going strong no matter what life throws at you. Plus, they are so easy to make. Just throw your favorite healthy energy balls ingredients like dried fruit, nuts, and seeds into a high-speed food processor, blend, form into a ball, and enjoy!
INGREDIENTS FOR ENERGY BALLS
1 cup of nuts
4 dried figs
1/2 peanut butter or cashews whatever you like it
1/4 cup of coconut flour
1 tbsp cacao nibs
1/2 cup of butter
4 tbsp of rice syrup or honey
1/2 cup of cacao powder
1/3 cup of linseed seeds
SUBSTITUTES AND ADDITIONS
Try using My Blue Tea Powders
Blend nuts and fig till crumbly and feels like a cookie dough.
Place into a bowl then add the remaining ingredients.
Make sure is not to crumbled, if it is you may need to add sometimes a little bit of butter.
If it feels too wet then add a little bit more coconut flour.
Leave to sit for about 10 min.
Roll the balls the size you like, you can use cacao or linseed seeds just use your creativity 🙂
ABOUT RAFAELA BAIA OF YUMMY RAW
Rafaela grew up in Brazil with a family surrounded by cooking. Rafaela uses wholesome, healthy, nutrient-packed ingredients such as cashew, almonds, dates to give her Yummy Raw cakes sweetness, texture and body. For food to be qualified as "raw", it cannot be cooked over 40 degrees so the nutrients and vitamins do not get destroyed in a typical cooking process.
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ENERGY BALLS QUICK Q&A
** How do you make an energy ball?
Energy balls are made with dried fruit, nuts, seeds, and other mix-ins. You’ll likely need a high-speed food processor in order to pulverize everything into a dough in order to form your energy balls.
** Are energy bites healthy?
Energy balls are typically packed with healthy fats, fiber, and protein, making them an excellent, healthy on-the-go snack!
** How do you store energy balls?
Store energy balls in a freezer-safe bag in the freezer for up to 3 months or, in an air-tight container in your refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.