- 1 3/4 cups oats (old-fashioned or quick cooking)
- 3/4 cup natural peanut butter (all-, If your natural peanut butter has been refrigerated and is thick, try popping the measuring cup of peanut butter in the microwave for 10-15 seconds)
- 1/3 cup honey (or slightly more if needed to bind mixture together)
- 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips (or semisweet, I used mini)
- 1/4 cup wheat bran (hemp seeds, flax seeds, or chia seeds, I used hemp seeds)
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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.
Pompom a month ago
They were a bit sweet with the honey, even if I added half of what it called for. Next time I will add only a little, to see if that will make it better. Otherwise they were delicious!
Samantha Cohen 2 months ago
Delicious it was so easy end it was very filling I think as long as you’re not allergic to ingredients you should definitely try it
Kaylea 4 months ago
I had to add a lot more honey than the recipe required but they were delicious!
Wales 4 months ago
recipe is super easy and yummy. my tip would be don't include so much honey if you don't want them too sweet. Next time I make this I would put in maybe 1/6 instead. other than that the recipe is great and I would for sure recommend!
Meredith H. 5 months ago
Ok, seriously. The tip about microwaving the peanut butter catapulted these energy balls to #1 - so much easier!!! I used chia today, maybe flax next week! Such a great grab and go snack!
Nevi Z. 10 months ago
must be cold or it doesn't stick
JessicaHuck a year ago
these are always great and easy to make
Nicholas Magnusson a year ago
Like it should have because It worked
Marks a year ago
Bit messy but tasty. I would make it again though. I like the possibilities
erin cahall a year ago
love these energy bites! one of my favorite recipes
Jess a year ago
They are delicious!!! Doubled the recipe and added both wheat bran and flax seeds. Perfect snack.
Nicole D. a year ago
Very good. Easy! Added flax seed meal and carob powder.
Kim Evans 2 years ago
Yummy! And so quick and easy. I added oat bran and mixed seeds. The mixture got a little dry so i added a little water and coconut oil and that worked like a charm. I omitted the choc chips. Will definately make these regularly.
13d19e58-3359-4db1-af7a-b6cd9660c2c6 2 years ago
It was easy and simple. I would highly recommend.
Sarah E. 2 years ago
quick and easy, taste is good and great snack. though did find it difficult to roll together
nicole arter 3 years ago
Fantastic! Family favourite! I added different flavours of matcha to different batches. (Steeped Tea: www.mysteepedtea.com/cassidycollins) Vanilla, gingerbread and original green tea matcha. Super yummy!
Joan Ellen Marie M. 3 years ago
they are ok...nothing to write home about.... but made them as a quick snack for teacher's lounge before work one morning. easy to do and still a nice treat with coffee
Ashley M. 3 years ago
Delish! I made it as is and it was the perfect blend of sweet. I used the tip of placing in the freezer before rolling which was perfect.
shaena y. 3 years ago
Absolutely loved this recipe! Not a big peanut butter fan but boy this recipe got me rushing to the store to buy more peanut butter! Absolutely obsessed now
Soph L. 3 years ago
So great! I needed to add a lot more peanut butter though in order to be able to roll them into balls