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|Calories160Calories from Fat80|
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|Calories from Fat80|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
T. S. L. 2 months ago
I added raisins to half the batch and half the coconut to the other half. It’s an awesome snack and lasts the week. I share it with coworkers and everyone who has tried them, love them.
Eunice Wheeler-Williams 4 months ago
Amazing! I added less honey and omitted the chocolate chips, but added some organic dark chocolate. This made it much less sweet and more to my taste.
bj 5 months ago
This is an excellent recipe. I tweeked it a bit by adding bee pollen, crunchy pb, Mexican vanilla, tiny nestles choc chips, some bagged dried fruit cubes and some dried tiny blueberries, currents and loganberries. I also increased the pb and honey a little. I also added some bee pollen. These freeze great! Place balls on a sheet tray and freeze, then bag. Overall one of the best recipes I have found!
Kristy G. 7 months ago
Very good and easy to make! I agree with using crunchy peanut butter. It was what I had, tasted great, think it would be easier to roll with creamy pb. Will definitely make them again!
Kathy Edgar 10 months ago
Very good and filling!
Tara Meow a year ago
i love these! and have made them twice so far! i made them with chunky peanut butter both times because it was what i had, which ended up being delicious! However i feel like they would have been easier to roll if i had used smooth...
Suzanne Shultz 2 years ago
Loved these energy bites and my kids loved them too! I used dairy free chocolate chips and they were delicious!
Leann P. 2 years ago
Perfect! May try with crunchy peanut butter next time
Kim 3 years ago
Super yummy! I love how it turned out. It is a small batch but easy to double. These are great for busy days with the kids! Definitely making again
Beth D. 4 years ago
Really really good!!. Would be great with some dried cranberries or cherries. Doesn't make very many, next time I will be doubling the recipe.