Recipe By Hiedi Heaton
Rating
Published Apr 2nd
Prep 15m Cook - Additional 1h Ready In 1h 15m
Servings 2 dozen bites Calories 93.8

This is a healthy take on the traditional no bake cookies. So good and good for you! I am always asked for this recipe every time I make them. They are a hit with the kids and the adults, and always go quick! I store them in the freezer because I think they taste best frozen, but not necessary.

Recipe Ingredients

  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • ½ cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • ½ cup ground flax seed
  • ½ cup crunchy peanut butter
  • ⅓ cup honey
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Cooking Directions

  1. 1 Combine oats, chocolate chips, flax seed, peanut butter, honey, and vanilla extract together in a bowl; form into balls using your hands. Arrange energy bites on a baking sheet and freeze until set, about 1 hour.

Nutrition Facts

  • Calories 93.8
  • Carbohydrate 10.6 g
  • Fat 5.3 g
  • Fiber 1.9 g
  • Protein 2.5 g
  • Saturated Fat 1.2 g
  • Sodium 27.9 mg
  • Sugar 6.4 g

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Reviews

  1. I have three athletic middle schoolers who eat like a hoarde of ravenous locusts. I followed a reviewer's suggestion, doubled the batch, processed it in my food processor, and then spread it in an 8x8" silicone baking "pan" and refrigerated it, slicing it after an hour or so (because ain't nobody got time to roll - Read more ...
  2. Made these today and they are delicious! Only thing I changed was how I prepared them, I made these changes based on a few other reviews that had great tips! Here's how I made mine: Used a food processor or blender to grind up the oatmeal and chocolate chips in to a powder. Pour this - Read more ...
  3. To help keep the mix from sticking to my hands, I refrigerate it for about 30 minutes before making into balls. This really helps! These are also very good with toasted coconut mixed in.
  4. I haven't made them yet but I want to. I don't like flax seed. Can I substitute or just leave out.
  5. Made these few weeks ago, keep in fridge for when I need-yes need;) easy, yummy & health conscious. I added some dark chocolate nut butter, as well peanut butter, added some cinnamon, & didn't have enough vanilla so augmented with almond. They were tiny bit sweet for me so I'll use less honey next time. - Read more ...
  6. I followed the recipe exactly and it made 11 medium size balls (not too big or too small). Use natural PB so the wet and dry stick together better. You can also heat the wet (honey & PB) up before mixing (balls will be darker, but same taste).
  7. Easy to make and oh so good!!! I didn't have crunchy peanut butter and used creamy and it was great! My kids (me too) really enjoyed eating this energy balls.The key is the mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. They give it that extra chocolately crunch and it is a perfect compliment with the peanut butter. Can't - Read more ...
  8. I was super impressed with this recipe!! My husband's #1 hobby is body building... I am always in search of a good recipe that fits into his eating plan. These are perfect! I have made them several times with different nuts and fruits even pumpkin is good. Serve them COLD it makes all the difference!
  9. This is great as is but I added ground Chia seeds and dried cranberries. Nom Nom!
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