No-bake energy bites recipes with simple ingredients

No-bake energy bites recipes with simple ingredients. Save time while preparing these energy bites with simple ingredients. Enjoy them between the meals, in the morning along with a cup of coffee or milk, or in the afternoon when your energy is running low.

No-bake energy bites recipes with simple ingredients
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No-bake energy bites are one of the favourite go-to snacks for most family members and gym enthusiasts. Whenever you need a boost of energy, popin’ two to three bites will help you move forward with your daily activities.

Apart from being delicious, these energy bites are made with natural ingredients and packed with proteins and fiber. When you crave for processed sweets or junk food, have a box with energy bites ready-made in the fridge and eat it along with a glass of milk or simply water.

There are two good reasons to include energy bites in your daily diet. First of all, your body needs extra proteins in order to build and sustain the muscles. And the second reason to consume energy bites is that they are full of fiber which is needed for digestion and for building good bacteria responsible for the health of your gut.

There are many varieties of how to prepare energy bites. Some people prefer to add milk, while others are choosing the vegan energy bites recipes, just as we listed further down to this article, ( except the chocolate which might contain milk and animal fat).

You can choose to make any shape these healthy snacks. We choose to make as balls since is easier and looks more appetising. At the bottom of this page you can find some more images of how creative you can become with these recipes.

Other than oats, almonds and coconut, you can choose to add pistachio flakes or roll the energy bites in pistachio flour (buy here from Walmart) to achieve a spectacular end result.

For making rectangular energy bites, you will need a silicone mould to press the dough in and come up with those beautiful shapes.


We have carefully selected four no-bake energy bites recipes that are healthy, irresistibly delicious, easy to prepare and require no cooking. They are made with healthy ingredients, so the energy bites are ideal for both kids and adults. Check out our list of no-bake energy bites recipes now!

Peanut Butter No-Bake Energy Bites Recipe – Video recipe here

Peanut Butter No-Bake Energy Bites Recipe

All you need to prepare the peanut butter no-bake energy bites is just a bowl and the eight ingredients listed below. It absolutely requires no cooking or baking, and you can get in it done in less than an hour.

The good news is that peanut energy bites are rich in protein and carbohydrates and contain zero cholesterol, which makes them super healthy even for diabetics.

Ingredients:

  • Natural peanut butter                          ½ cup
  • Old fashioned rolled oats                    1 cup
  • Chocolate chips                                   ¼ cup
  • Honey                                                 ¼ cup
  • Sea salt                                                1 pinch
  • Ground flaxseed                                 2 tbsp
  • Shredded coconut (unsweetened)       ¼ cup
  • Vanilla extract                                    1 tsp

How To Make Peanut Butter No-Bake Energy Bites:

Get a large bowl and pour all the ingredients into it. Stir well until combined and place the bowl in a fridge for about one hour. Then, bring the bowl out and roll the dough into balls. Place them on a plate, chill for about twenty minutes and serve.

Check the video tutorial for the energy bites


Oats And Dried Cherries No-Bake Energy Bites Recipe

Oats And Dried Cherries No-Bake Energy Bites Recipe

You will love the creamy texture and delicious taste of these no-bake energy bites with oats and dried cherries. It is one of our best road-trip and after-school snack.

Enjoy these oats and dried cherries energy bites in the morning before your breakfast, or after lunch to get extra power. Just as preview recipe, there is no need to cook or bake and the ingredients listed below will get about 20 energy balls.

Ingredients:

  • Old-fashioned oats                              1 cup
  • Coarsely chopped dried cherries         ¾ cup
  • Vanilla extract                                    1 teaspoon
  • Coconut flakes (unsweetened)           ½ cup
  • Kosher salt                                          ¼ teaspoon
  • Ground cinnamon                               1 teaspoon
  • Honey                                                 ¼ cup
  • Peanut butter                                       ½ cup

How To Prepare Oats And Dried Cherries No-Bake Energy Bites:

Get a medium-sized bowl and pour the cinnamon, kosher salt, vanilla extract, and honey. Add three tablespoon of hot water and stir until smooth and well combined. Then, stir in the coconut flakes and oats, and let it sit for about ten minutes.

After that, add the chopped dried cherries and almond butter, and stir the mixture thoroughly until incorporated. Roll the mixture into balls by rubbing it between your palms.

Each ball should be about the size of a tablespoon, and you should get 20 balls with these ingredients. Transfer the energy bites into a plate and chill for twenty-five minutes before serving. Enjoy!

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No-Bake Energy Bites With Chocolate Chips

Healthy chocolate snack

These no-bake energy bites with chocolate chips are great energy boosters for when you hit the gym, or have an exam and need to focus better.

When studying your brain is consuming most of the energy, therefore a healthy snack made by yourself is exactly what you need to boost your mood and stay sharp.

If you have kids you can invite them to join and make together this recipe. They will have so much fun rolling the energy balls in the palms and why not next time they can make it themselves. The ingredient list is short, and you will likely to have most of them in your cabinets already.

Ingredients:

  • Rolled oats                                          1½ cups
  • Mini chocolate chips                           1/3 cup
  • Whey protein                                      2 scoops
  • Water                                                  3 tbsp
  • Honey                                                 ¼ cup
  • Natural peanut butter                          ½ cup

If you don’t like Whey protein, you can substitute it with vanilla flavor extract.

How To Prepare No-Bake Energy Bites With Chocolate Chips:

In a large bowl place the rolled oats, honey, and peanut butter and add two tablespoons of water then stir well until it forms a dough. If you feel the mixture is too dry, add an extra teaspoon of water until you get the desired texture. Then, stir in the mini chocolate chips.

Scoop out a tablespoon-sized dough and roll it into balls with your palms. Placed the rolled balls on a plate and chill for about thirty minutes before serving.

No-Bake Energy Bites with nuts& vegan chocolate

No-bake recipes

Our list of no-bake energy bites recipe won’t be complete without adding our all-time favourite energy balls. Healthy, tasty and easy to prepare, the following recipe is also loaded with fibre and protein. It will give you enough energy for the day and keep you feeling full for several hours.

Ingredients:

  • Old fashioned oats                              1 cup
  • Honey                                                 1/3 cup
  • Toasted shredded coconut                  2/3 cup
  • Ground flaxseed                                 ½ cup
  • Vanilla extract                                    1 tsp
  • Chia seeds                                           1 tsp
  • Vegan chocolate chips                        ½ cup
  • Natural peanut butter                          ½ cup

How To Prepare No-Bake Energy Bites:

Stir all the ingredients in a large-sized bowl until thoroughly combined. Cover the bowl and chill it for about two hours to enable the mixture to stick together easily.

After two hours, bring the bowl out of the fridge and roll the dough into 1-inch balls. Place the balls on a plate, chill again for twenty minutes, and serve.

Alternatively, you can buy a rectangular kitchen mould and make different shape of energy bites, just as picture below.

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14 Responses

  1. Catherine says:

    I a quick and easy homemade snack. These sound great and a good source of energy!

  2. mcushing7 says:

    I am loving these energy bites and I most definitely would love to try them and make them for myself. I could even put a few in my husbands lunch to enjoy at work.Thanks for sharing and pinning this one to make soon.

  3. Mayuri says:

    These no-bake energy bites looks so delicious and healthy. I would love to try this recipe…it looks easy too.

  4. whyhrwhat says:

    I love making energy bites and always looking for new recipes! Thanks for sharing as its been awhile since I’ve made some so this is exactly what I needed to get back on the ball again!

  5. Nishtha says:

    Such yummy and healthy recipes! Energy bars are so helpful and so easy for on-the-go. Will def try a couple, thanks for sharing

  6. Yum this looks so good. I definitely need to try because I need the energy.

  7. Stephanie says:

    These look good and sound pretty easy, a great addition going into the holiday season. Thanks for sharing!

  8. Josephine says:

    I love this! Eating healthy should be easy and not complicated! Have pinned it for later so I can come back! Thanks for sharing!

  9. These look and sound yummy. For the ones with coconut, can you eliminate it or substitute it with something else? I love coconut but am allergic to it.

  10. Ohh these look delicious!

  11. Food Ways says:

    Just say the magic words. “No-bake”. That’s enough for me to be interested in the recipe. LOL. I love healthy snacks and seems like these days I can always use an energy boost. Love these!

  12. Donna says:

    These energy bites looks amazing and I bet they taste just as good. I will give it a try for some pre-workout snacks.

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