Date and nut energy balls might be the easiest snack out there to whip up. They’re no-bake, require only a few ingredients, and are totally delicious. Plus, they’re an easy snack to grab on the go when you need a quick burst of energy.
Sure, you can buy them pre-made from the grocery store- but they’re not nearly a good as when you make them yourself. And if you want to go above and beyond the basic date and nut balls, here are ten recipes on how you can bring your energy balls to the next level:
For those who want something in between fruity and sweet, these lemon cake energy balls are for you. It’s like cake, but healthy.
Who said you can’t have candy and still be healthy? With these Almond Joy energy bites, you definitely can have both.
If you can’t be on a tropical island drinking a Pina Colada… these energy balls are the next best thing.
Dark Chocolate Cherry Energy Bites
Dark chocolate + cherry is the most superior food combo. Just saying. Especially when it’s in bite form.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Energy Balls
Everyone’s favorite childhood snack leveled up. Peanut butter and jelly anything never disappoints.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Balls
A classic combo, these chocolate peanut butter energy balls will have you mistaking them for Reese’s.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Energy Bites
It’s edible cookie dough, that’s high in protein, and actually good for you. Need I say more?
Because pumpkin pie can absolutely be enjoyed all year long, especially when it’s in the form of an energy ball.
High-Protein Mint Chip Energy Balls
Thin mints- except good for you and loaded with protein.
If you’re really trying to level up your energy balls and impress your friends, these cherry pistachio energy balls are IT.