Peanut Butter Energy Balls – The perfect midday snack (no baking!)

The peanut butter energy balls require very little effort to make, taste amazing, are filled with healthy ingredients, and you don’t have to bake them. They are an excellent way to fuel your day and are the perfect back to school treats so it won’t be difficult to treat your kids into eating something good.

These energy balls are the perfect mix of good ingredients and have the perfect size. If someone as a nut allergy, then they can swap the peanut butter for sunflower butter.

What’s in these peanut butter energy bites:

  • Old Fashioned Oats
  • Peanut Butter
  • Coconut Flakes
  • Banana
  • Mini Chocolate Chips
  • Ground Flax Seed
  • In the Raw Sweetener


The combination of these amazing ingredients brings the perfect flavor and a great tasting energy balls. You’ll easily eliminate the hunger in the middle of the day at work or at school, and you’ll have the energy to carry on with whatever you were doing.

How to make Banana Peanut Butter Energy Balls:

  1. Add all the ingredients in a mixing bowl.
  2. Mash everything together with a fork until it gets the desired consistency
  3. Place the mixture in the fridge and let it stay there for 30 minutes
  4. Take the mixture out of the fridge and make the bites ( roll them into 1-inch balls)

As you can see the peanut butter energy balls are easy and quick to make. They won’t take precious time out of your day but will give you the energy to go through it. You can make more all at once and store them in the fridge.

These bites of energy are not baked, they are super easy to make and take less than 10 minutes to put together. Loaded with protein, fiber and healthy fats to keep you full and full of energy all day long. Made with just 5 ingredients: peanut butter, old fashioned oats, seeds of flax, chips of honey and chocolate. All is combined in one bowl. You never have to turn the oven on the best of everything. Those 5 ingredient peanut butter bites are hard to believe to be healthy. They taste like a dessert rather than a healthy bite of protein.

They’re the perfect snack on the go.It’s super versatile, the best things about this recipe. If you don’t have on hand flax seed replace wheat germ. Instead of semi – sweet, try dark chocolate chips. Add coconut shredded, cranberries or powdered cocoa.

They could easily pass these Peanut Butter Energy Bites as dessert. My batch took less than 24 hours to complete. They are the perfect mix between a cookie dough and a granola bar.

Great to curb the mummy afternoon and the dreaded energy slump in the middle of the afternoon.If you don’t eat them all in a week, you can even freeze these Peanut Butter Bites.

Simply combine all 5 ingredients in a medium bowl to make these Peanut Butter Bites. Remove to combine. Place 15 – 30 minutes in the refrigerator to make it easier to roll. Roll in 12 bites and store for up to a week in the refrigerator.A lot of nutrition is packed by these Peanut Butter Bites.

The breakdown here is: flax seed: just 1 tablespoon of flax seed provides approximately 8 grams of fiber. Healthy fats, fiber and nutrients are also loaded with flax seeds.

  1. Peanut Butter: Filled with fat and fiber that is healthy. There is 7 grams of protein in one serving of peanut butter! Perfect for fast boosting energy and keeping you full all day long.
  2. Old Fashioned Oats: Rich in nutrients, protein and fiber.
  3.  Old fashioned oats in extra nutrients are a great way to sneak. Cholesterol is also known to be reduced.



  •  2⁄3 cup of creamy peanut butter,
  • 1⁄2 cup of semi – sweet chocolate chips,
  •  1 cup of old fashioned oats,
  • 1⁄2 cup of ground flax seeds,
  • 2 cups of honey.


In a medium bowl, combine all 5 ingredients. Remove to combine. Place 15 – 30 minutes in the refrigerator to make it easier to roll. Roll in 12 bites and store for up to a week in the refrigerator.

NUTRITION INFORMATION for 1 Serving size contain: Calories: 185 ; Saturated fat: 2,2 g ; Carbohydrates: 17,6 g ; Sugar: 6,1 g ; Sodium: 69 mg ; Fiber: 3,6 g ; Protein: 6,3 g ;



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