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|Calories120Calories from Fat60|
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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.
Nancy S 7 months ago
They turned out great. I have made them many times and have altered the recipe a few different ways, using chia seed or almond butter and skinny maple syrup.
Bentley 7 months ago
The perfect little energy bite for on the go! No time for breakfast so Ive started taking these instead. Can mix and match so many variations of toppings!
V 9 months ago
Just perfect, not too sweet and super energizing!
Carlida 10 months ago
turned out well. Thinking if using pumpkin puree next time, instead of peanut butter
Meredith H. 10 months ago
I would use honey over maple syrup and ended up using much more nut butter
Shari F 10 months ago
These are delicious!
Sophie Phillips 10 months ago
Loved loved loved!! Added some chopped up almonds and substituted the maple syrup for honey, perfect pre-workout snack!
sophia 10 months ago
such a great breakfast, especially for my busy family on weekdays! i think if you follow the recipe it’s really good but this recipe is so easy to change to make different flavored balls.
Caitlin Smith a year ago
kids loved them! used what i had, so sweetened coconut and crunchy peanut butter, but still tasty
Skyler Vicknair a year ago
Yummy!! Definitely would make again
Adriana Kaul a year ago
very good. used peanut butter eith cia seed for a boost of protein. and milk chocolate to make it a bit more of a dessert.
Al a year ago
Great healthy snack! Will def make again! I added some cranberry’s and sliced almonds and they are delicious.
A Person a year ago
Wow! A new field in my “cooking”! Just next time I will limit chocolate!
Di a year ago
My son loves the energy balls ... delicious recipe.
Angela a year ago
Good, but I would only use a 1/3 cup of chocolate chips next time.
Sutherland a year ago
Pretty good, easy recipe. I used medjool syrup instead of maple syrup.
Lisa Baird a year ago
I substituted chopped pecans for the rolled oats and pumpkin for the nut butter. the maple flavor was more than I wanted.
V Knox a year ago
i tweaked these and made an oat meal blueberry bar that was delicious.