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Easy Energy Balls

Rated as 4.71 out of 5 Stars
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"My friend showed me this recipe and I'm obsessed with them. These are quick easy to make, and they are delicious! Serve chilled, if desired."
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Ingredients

15 m servings 508
Original recipe yields 5 servings

Directions

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  1. Stir oats, coconut, peanut butter, flax seeds, chocolate chips, and honey together in a large bowl until well-combined. Roll into golf ball-size balls.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 508 calories; 33.6 47.8 13 0 171 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Easy Energy Balls Haiku: "Cinch & fun to make. (Wet your hands when rolling balls, cause it's so sticky!)" My daughter and I enjoyed making these together, and other than using 1/4 c. ground fla...

Most helpful critical review

Could one possibly forget to add the chocolate chips in this? Yup - that was me. Ugh! Didn't realize it until I was done rolling these little buggers up so I decided to roll them in more coconut...

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Easy Energy Balls Haiku: "Cinch & fun to make. (Wet your hands when rolling balls, cause it's so sticky!)" My daughter and I enjoyed making these together, and other than using 1/4 c. ground fla...

Good recipe and addicting. Changed a few things, used chunky natural peanut butter, mini dark chocolate chips and 1/3 cup of ground flax seeds ( that's what i had). Ate two while making them. WO...

Made with ingredients on hand like regular oats, and amaranth instead of flax seed. Still came out great! Yielded 12 balls.

I make these often. Instead of balls I press them into a brownie pan and cut into squares. Much easier in my opinion.

I brought this healthy treat to work, and everyone loved it, guilt free!!

I make these energy balls about every other week. I stick to the main ingredients, oatmeal, peanut butter, honey & mini dark chocolate chips. I change it up, sometimes substituting cut up app...

i made these yesterday. all i had were large flake oats. i put them in the food processor and pulsed two or three times to try and get them more instant like size. These taste great! i added chi...

Could one possibly forget to add the chocolate chips in this? Yup - that was me. Ugh! Didn't realize it until I was done rolling these little buggers up so I decided to roll them in more coconut...

I substituted Splenda with Xylitol and used egg whites instead of 2 whole eggs and added a few carob chips at the 10 minute mark. They are a nice little sweet treat! I will make these again.