3 Ingredient Energy Bites (Vegan)

3 Ingredient Energy Bites.  I am a fan of all things no bake.

You probably already guessed that from the large amount of no bake recipes in my recipe index.  I am also a big fan of 3 ingredient recipes.

Homemade snacks do not have to be hard or time consuming.  In fact, these healthy vegan energy bites take only minutes to make!  You are probably wondering what is in these 3 Ingredient Energy Bites right?

 

3 Ingredient Energy Bites - My Whole Food Life

 

This healthy vegan energy bites are very adaptable to add in whatever other flavors you may like.  These little bites of goodness are vegan, gluten free and grain free.

If you need a nut free version, you can always use sunflower seeds instead of peanuts.  These would also work with almonds.

Need more energy bite recipes?

3 Ingredient Energy Bites

Yields 12-15 balls

3 Ingredient Energy Bites

A super easy snack idea!

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a food processor , combine all the ingredients except for the water.
  2. Blend for a minute or two.
  3. Slowly, 1 tablespoon at a time, add the water and pulse until the dough starts to get sticky.
  4. The dough will look a little loose, but I promise it firms up nicely in the fridge.

Notes

These bites should last a couple weeks in the fridge. You can also freeze them.

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3 Ingredient Energy Bites

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61 thoughts on “3 Ingredient Energy Bites (Vegan)

  1. A wonderful way to start the New Year. Is your book available at Barnes and Noble? Good luck with it. I'm looking forward to getting a copy. thank you and Happy New Year. GSP
  2. Do you have to use coconut? I'm not a huge fan, and I was wondering if I could substitute it for something else. Thanks!
  3. I have a silly question...Do you roll them into balls prior to putting the dough into the refrigerator or put it into the refrigerator and roll into balls after the dough firms up?
  4. I am looking for something like this to take on a trip with me that does not require refrigeration. Would these be ok? I am allergic to oats and wheat, among other things so it's not so easy to find bars that work.
  5. These look great! Am wondering, has anyone subbed cocoa powder for the choco chips? Looking to get it as low carb pad possiblev. Maybe add a tablespoon of maple syrup? That would be roughly 33g net carb per batch?

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