No Bake Oatmeal Energy Bites
If you are looking for a healthy on-the-go snack that will boost your energy in between classes and satisfy your sweet tooth, try out these no bake oatmeal energy bites. These bite-sized snacks are super quick to make, customizable to your preferences, and packed with protein, fiber, and healthy fats.
These energy oatmeal bites are delicious, nutritious, and super easy to make with minimal ingredients.
Combine oatmeal, mashed banana, honey, peanut butter, flaxseed, chocolate chips, and coconut flakes.
Cover with plastic wrap and chill in the freezer for 15 minutes. This will help the oatmeal mixture to firm up and make it easier to roll into balls.
Roll into small balls, about the size of a golf ball. You should be able to make roughly 14-18 oatmeal energy balls.
Place oatmeal bites back in the freezer for another 5 minutes to set up and enjoy!
I love this recipe for a few different reasons. First, it is a very easy and quick recipe, especially if you’re in a dorm or college-living situation. All you really need is a mixing bowl and a plate. Second, I love how versatile this recipe is. You can add chopped nuts or seeds, swap out the chocolate chips for dried fruit, or even use a different nut butter or sweetener to customize the recipe to your preferences.
These make such a great snack choice as they are packed with awesome nutrients for our bodies. The oats are a great source of fiber which will help you feel full as you rush from one class to another. The nut butter will provide some protein and healthy fats, which will help keep you energized. And the honey provides a sweetness without the added sugar that is found in so many processed snacks if we’re not careful.
These no bake oatmeal energy bites are a great recipe to hold onto as they are delicious, nutritious, and customizable to fit your tastes and dietary preferences. With just a few simple ingredients, you can make a yummy oatmeal ball snack that will help keep you feeling full and satisfied throughout your busy day of classes.
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