Energy Balls

Balls. Serious Balls.

This is an easy snack recipe, stripped from anything unnecessary – feel free to add anything extra you like. You will need oatmeal and nut butter for the base, berries for the flavour and a binding ingredient, we use banana for binding and flavour but you can use milk or water.

It’s really easy to make: just mix everything together and chill in the fridge for a few hours. The high protein, high fat content makes them a high satiety snack but a few of these ball with coffee will work as breakfast, too.  Keep chilled in the fridge at all times.

Nutrition Facts


15 balls / 30g per ball
90 Calories
per ball
4g protein
4g fat
10g carbohydrates
+ No cholesterol
+ Low in sodium
+ High in manganese
+ Very high in vitamin B6

Ingredients

1/2 cup ( 125g ) peanut butter
1 1/2 cups ( 125g ) uncooked oatmeal (quick oats)
3.5oz ( 100g ) dried cranberries
1 semi ripe banana

Instructions

1 Add oats, peanut butter and cranberries to a bowl.

2 Mix everything together.

3 Add banana - the binding ingredient, and mix well.

4 Make 15 ballz and chill in the fridge for 1hr minimum or overnight.

No-Bake Energy Ballz

No-Bake Energy Ballz

No-Bake Energy Ballz

No-Bake Energy Ballz

No-Bake Energy Ballz

Energy Ballz

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