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Posted on: July 2, 2015 at 2:04 pm
Last updated: September 21, 2017 at 10:55 pm

Energy balls are an awesome way to pack a lot of energizing nutrients into a tiny little bite-sized snack. They’re usually super simple to make and store, and are a fast way to curb your hunger after a workout, or treat yourself to a sweet snack after a meal. Although a lot of these taste as good as a dessert, they pack health benefits that your friends and family will have a hard time believing.

These 8 recipes are some of our favorites, ranging in tastes from sweet to the more savory, and filled with every kind of health food that you can think of.

8 Incredible Vegan No-Bake Energy Ball Recipes

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Energy Snacks

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For a spike of energy that’s sweet, rich in flavour and seriously delicious, try out these amazing dessert peanut butter balls. They’ve got chia seeds, dates, and oats hidden in them for a snack with a little substance to fill you right up.

Apricot-Coconut Balls

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You’ll never believe it, but these snack balls have only 2 ingredients! If you love the taste of the tropics, these energy balls are made with apricots and coconut, and all it takes is a food processor to make them. The apricots are so sweet that they don’t need any sugar additives, and after putting them in the fridge, they firm right up!

Coconut-Chocolate Truffle Balls

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These amazing dessert balls are made so sweet with the help of nature’s best natural candy; the date. Dates are a great source of B vitamins, fiber, iron, and potassium, and they help to hold these tasty treats together.

Apple Pie Energy Bites

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While these energy balls pack the taste of apples and pecans, the ingredients that really make these treat shine are the spices. Nutmeg and cinnamon mix together to bring out the taste of a warm apple pie on a cool fall day, and are guaranteed to make you feel good.

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If you enjoyed these recipes as much as we did, check out this Vegan Chocolate Mousse and this Dairy Free Cashew Ice Cream, too!

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