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Dates & peanut butter – probably one of my all-time favorite combos!
Since I’ve been dipping dates in peanut butter for a long time, I decided to make energy balls by blending them together.
These Date And Peanut Butter Energy Balls are so good! They are peanut buttery, juicy, naturally sweetened, wholesome, and super easy to make.
Let’s jump right into it.
Ingredients for the Date And Peanut Butter Energy Balls:
Dates: An excellent natural sweetener, high in fiber and antioxidants.
Raisins: Rich in vitamins C, K, E, B6, and Iron, and are also a good source of potassium.
Peanuts & peanut butter: Packed with healthy fats and a fantastic source of protein, vitamins, and minerals.
These Date & Peanut Butter energy balls are great because they are:
Not a fan of raisins? No worries, just skip them, and add more dates!
You are craving chocolate? Dip each energy ball in melted chocolate and put it in the freezer for 20 minutes. Then try not to eat all of them at once.
Wanna make them more nutritious? Add a tablespoon of hemp or chia seeds, for some Omega 3!
Is the mixture too sticky? Add more peanuts. Or what if it’s too dry? Then, you should add more peanut butter.
Easy to make: The Dates & Peanut Butter energy balls are no-bake and made in a matter of minutes, with a couple of simple ingredients.
Great snack for any time: You can make a batch of these energy balls, and keep them in the freezer. In that way, you will always have a delicious & healthy treat.
- 100g dates
- 50g raisins (OR 50g more dates!)
- 100g peanuts
- 50g peanut butter
- Blend the dates, raisins, and peanuts together. If the dates are too hard, pre-soak them for 10-20 minutes, then drain very well.
- Add the peanut butter, and blend again. The mixture should be thick enough to form into balls without being too sticky.
- Once everything is well combined, roll into small balls. You can enjoy the energy balls right away, or place them in the fridge for a little bit, to get more firm.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 11 Serving Size: 1 energy ball
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 120Total Fat: 7gCarbohydrates: 12,5gFiber: 2gSugar: 6,5gProtein: 3,9g
Will you give this super simple recipe a try? Don’t underestimate it due to its simplicity, it is seriously delicious. 🙂