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recipe: no-bake gluten free energy bites.

recipe: no-bake gluten free energy bites.

what with all the running i’ve been doing lately, i’ve been looking for healthy and tasty energy sources and the no-bake energy bite recipe from the smashed peas and carrots blog definitely fits the bill. and as an added bonus, if made them with non-contaminated oats then they fit right in with my (mostly) gluten free lifestyle.

and they’re super simple to make! it’s win-win-win.

ingredients

1 cup oatmeal
1/2 cup peanut butter (or other nut butter)
1/3 cup honey
1 cup coconut flakes
1/2 cup ground flaxseed
1/2 cup mini chocolate chips
1 tsp vanilla

mix all the stuff up in a bowl real good, refrigerate for a time, then roll up into little balls and enjoy.


3 Comments

eric -give this one a try too – one of my favorites!

WHOLE FOODS POWER COOKIES – http://activelifemultisport.blogspot.com/2010/09/power-cookie-recipe.html

Posted by angela garrett on 19 February 2012 @ 11pm

thanks for the tip angela! definitely going to try that recipe.

Posted by admin on 19 February 2012 @ 11pm

[...] readers may recall my recipe for no-bake gluten free energy bites which are a super tasty source of energy but aren’t particularly packed with protein ( maybe [...]

Posted by snowdeal.org - recipe: peanut butter power balls. on 20 January 2013 @ 4pm

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