Coconut Mojito Energy Bites (Vegan and Paleo)

Coconut Mojito Energy Bites.  I just LOVE mojitos in the summer.  I make them often and I always seem to have mint and limes in the house.   So I thought I would bring those flavors into an energy bite recipe for you.

I thought coconut would go really well with the flavors of mint and lime, so I added that in as well.  I hope you enjoy them!!


Coconut Mojito Energy Bites


If you need to make these nut free, you can use sunflower butter and another flour in place of the cashew butter and almond flour.   Most flour substitutes should work.  The only one I would not try to use is coconut flour.  It can be a very tricky thing to sub in recipes.

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Coconut Lime Meltaways

Do you love all things coconut and lime?  You will LOVE these Coconut Lime Meltaways! There are only 4 simple ingredients and they are super simple to whip up!

coconut lime meltaways

These meltaways are vegan, gluten free and paleo approved.  They are the perfect treat when you want a little taste of summer. Who doesn’t want a taste of summer right now? 😉  If you like key limes, you can use those too!  I think that would work out fine.

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Refreshing Watermelon Punch

I love my juicer.  Ever since I bought it, I have been juicing every morning.  I feel great.  The other day, I bought a huge watermelon from Sprouts.  So I decided to make this punch.  The taste of watermelon instantly takes me back to summer BBQs when I was a kid.  My parents used to have big summer parties and watermelon was always a staple.

watermelon 1 watermark

This is easy to make and very refreshing.  I loved that it is a “juice” I can give my kids.  They loved it too!  If you don’t have a juicer, you can do it in a Vitamix and strain, or even leave it chunky.  You could also make some yummy popsicles using these molds
as well!

Refreshing Watermelon Punch

Refreshing Watermelon Punch

Prep Time 10 min


  • 4 cups watermelon
  • 1-2 T lime juice
  • 1-2 cups mineral water (optional)
  • Garnish with thinly sliced limes


  1. Juice or blend the watermelon and then add in the lime.
  2. Add a little lime at a time until you get it to your liking.


Recipe Notes

My batch made a pretty small amount. About enough to fill a large mason jar with no ice. If you are making this for a party, I would suggest doubling the batch. It should keep in the fridge for at least 4 days. Enjoy!