Peanut Butter Energy Bites

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Are you looking for that perfect snack that will surly give you an energy boost! This has everything good in it and more! So many amazing super foods out there that do wonders for you without you even knowing it. This quick and easy snack recipe is sure to have your holding strong! Whether that is during lunch duty at your youngest child’s school right when that “I need coffee now” moment hits. Even the hiking trip up a few mile long trail, these snacks will have you satisfied.

This includes Flaxseed and Chia seeds. Some of my favorites!


This recipe you can easily add more or take away from it. If you do not have a favorite. Just don’t include it. Add some more of your favorites.

You Need

1 TBSP cup of chopped dried Gogi Berries

1 TBSP cup of chia seeds

1 TBSP cup of sun flower seeds

1 TBSP chopped peanuts

1 TBSP of flaxseed grinded up

2 TBSP of coconut

2 TBSP of coconut flour(can add more if it is too wet)

1 Cup of peanut butter

1/2 cup of Rolled Oats

-Can add 3 TBSP of honey is you want it more sweet

You add in the peanut butter and coconut flour. Mix up and then add in all your other yummy ingredients. Once everything is mixed well to your liking. You just roll and press them into balls. I like to place mine in the fridge for a cold snack to pop in when I need a natural energy boost. These are awesome for the kids and because of all the yummy nuts and peanut butter. They are always calling for a nice glass of water. Mom win all around! I can’t wait to brings these on our many adventures this spring and summer!!




  1. Melissa Marinho says:

    This looks absolutely delicious! Healthy, filling, and a great treat! I’ll definitely be making these yummy bites for the fam! Thanks so much for the recipe and pics.

  2. Devchenka says:

    I always look for healthy snacks, this gives me another idea, only i would use almond butter, sense no one in our family likes peanut butter.

  3. Erin K. says:

    These look so good. My 3 year old has a severe peanut allergy so I would have to substitute the peanut butter for sunbutter. Yummy!

  4. These look yummy and packed with protein and fiber. Thanks for sharing.

  5. i love these so much & so do my grandkids, thanks

  6. Oh these sound good. The peanut butter makes it so the other ingredients don’t taste dry. I might add some chocolate to it!

  7. Marti Tabora says:

    I know I would love these, I’m a big fan of all the ingredients. I will definitely try these.

  8. Christina Strapp says:

    These sound so good. I think my whole family would love these since they love peanut butter!

  9. Stephanie says:

    This combination looks great! I also like to add cacao nibs and almond butter (instead of peanut butter to my energy balls). I also try to add some berry powders (like acai, maqui, and camu camu berries) for added nutritional benefit. Thanks for the recipe!

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