Energy Balls With Dates And Oats
Its a vegan gluten free paleo and high protein recipe.
Energy balls with dates and oats. Oat based many energy ball recipes have a base of oats. 2 cups rolled oats 3 cups pitted medjool dates 34 cup good quality cocoa powder 12 cup smooth peanut butter 12 cup salted peanuts 12 cup desiccated coconut pinch of salt flakes 2 3 tablespoons maple syrup 1 tablespoon coconut oil. Add oats chocolate chia seeds and peanut butter and pulse or mix until combined. Remove oats from the pan and keep it aside.
Transfer to a medium mixing bowl and stir in the flaxseed cinnamon and salt. My peanut butter no bake energy balls are oat based and so yummy. Pulse pitted dates in a food processor or blender until theyre in small pieces or it forms a ball see photo. This healthy recipe is made with peanut butter oats flaxseeds maple syrup and vanilla powder.
These energy balls are made with almond butter coconut flour chia seeds maple syrup and cinnamon. Place the vanilla extract sea salt honey and peanut butter into a microwave safe bowl. Place the chopped roasted almonds and the rolled oats into a bowl. Steps for oats energy balls take a pan add rolled oats and roast it for 2 minutes at low flame.
Add the chopped dates to the bowl. They are packed with fiber and healthy fats and the perfect on the go snack. These delicious and nutritious date and oat bliss balls are a perfect healthy snack. Cook stirring frequently until the oats turn slightly golden and fragrant about 5 minutes.
Add the craisins oats and cinnamon and pulse about 5 7 times or until everything is thoroughly mixed. For the date based balls you usually need a food processor or blender to pulse the nuts and dates together. These bliss balls taste great and will give you a boost when youre feeling peckish and low on energy and they wont ruin your healthy eating plan. Put the pitted dates in a food processor fitted with a steel blade and pulse about 20 times or until the dates are entirely chopped up into small pieces.
Place the medjool dates into a blender and chop for 30 seconds or until small chunks remain. Do not keep oats in the hot pan or else it will burn. You want there to be consistently small pieces but not overly processed. The mixture will be sticky and it should look like a paste.
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