- 2/3 cup creamy peanut butter
- 1/2 cup chocolate chips (semi-sweet)
- 1 cup old fashioned oats
- 1/2 cup ground flax seeds
- 2 tablespoons honey
|Calories210Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Stepfanie Hess 2 days ago
It was good. I'm just so used to honey peanut butter. I think I will try it with honey peanut butter next time.
Bree Woodman 5 days ago
These little balls of goodness are the most wonderful things ever! It does the trick when my husband and I are craving something sweet and a great snack throughout the day.
Bella B. 6 days ago
turned out great and very "yummy"
Vera 10 days ago
I love these!! I replaced the cho. chips with walnut pcs. and the flax seeds with Chia seeds. They came out perfect using the measurements in the recipe.
Teresa M. 17 days ago
They turned out pretty good. i ground my own flax seed so I needed to add a little more peanut butter and honey and I used dried cranberries instead of chocolate chips because I thought I had chips but didn't (kids). I think any dried fruit would work well for a substitute. It was good but my son didn't like the taste of the flax seed. Next time I might try using chia seeds instead of flax seed. Just have to play with it because I have a picky eater.
Kerry Beth Johnson 25 days ago
Easy and delicious! I definitely recommend refrigerating before rolling to get the right consistency, but they’re addictive!
danielle a month ago
very yummy and satisfying
Ruby Miller a month ago
Tastes great! The perfect amount of each ingredient, although more chocolate chips is always a must!
Nikki Brown a month ago
Easy and delicious! Satisfies my sweet tooth!
Meredyth a month ago
Pretty good snack. Quick and easy to make.
Blad a month ago
yum its so healthy and nutty
Tiffani C. 2 months ago
delicious! mixed with some cashew butter and a scoop of collagen powder
Stefanie C. 2 months ago
I loved it, my daughter didn't care for the oats but she still ate them. lol
Julie 2 months ago
Easy to make. Satisfying.
Lauren V. 2 months ago
Husband asked me to start making these regularly so I'll take that was a win! he ate 5 in one sitting lol. SUPER simple to make and easy to customize. i added chia seeds to mine
H. 2 months ago
tasty, but didnt stay together. more like eneegy crumbles
Dominique McKillop 3 months ago
Turned out very well the boys loved the treats at lunch time!
Eric Schmidlapp 3 months ago
super tasty! super easy!
Jphili 3 months ago
I used chia seeds instead of the ground flax and it was still great!
hofeling 3 months ago
I love maKing these energy bites! It's easy to make, gluten free and delicious!!
Stacey N 3 months ago
so good, i think will be in my fridge quite often 😄
Doug V. 3 months ago
absolutely delicious. my new fast, go-to breakfast! goes amazing with coffee.
Mary Claire Meehan 3 months ago
Great! I pureed the oats to blend better with the peanut butter for my kids. They love it, so passed the picky eater test. Will definitely include in the after school snack rotation.
Philly sweets 4 months ago
They turned out pretty good instead of flaxseed I use chia seed and rolled the top with unsweetened coconut shreds
drenee124 4 months ago
Easy, yes but had troubles making them stick together. Needed to add more PB & honey
Kaitlyn 4 months ago
Taste great didn’t stick together great
Kara Sullivan 4 months ago
Was really good and easy
XQau 4 months ago
They were really delicious, but you couldn't take them with you as lunch, just as they fall apart without cooling.
Daniel Burke 4 months ago
It turned out amazing, you can taste every ingredient.
Kate Shiffer 4 months ago
Great recipe! I have already made two batches!