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Time to Make: 15-20 minutes

Yields: 20 balls (~ 1.5’’ in diameter)


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Finding healthy and delicious snacks can be a challenge. We are all looking for something quick and easy in a snack, and this can be difficult when being health conscious. With this quick and easy protein ball recipe, you will find all of this and then some with endless possibilities. These protein balls are perfect to have sitting around the house, in the car on the go, or to throw in your pack on backcountry adventures!

Ingredients:

3 cups rolled oats

cup peanut butter powder

1 cup coconut (powder) or coconut flakes

1 tbsp. peanut butter

3/4 cup honey

2 tsp. vanilla extract

Directions:

  1. In a bowl, add rolled oats, peanut butter powder, coconut powder/flakes, and vanilla extract

  2. In a separate small bowl, combine peanut butter and honey and microwave for approx. 20 seconds or until mixture is soft and can be easily mixed

  3. Add peanut butter/honey mixture to other ingredients in bowl

  4. Thoroughly mix all ingredients

  5. Roll balls into desired size

  6. Enjoy!

Note: Experiment with this recipe! You may add chia seeds, flax seeds, dried fruit/berries, or anything else you have in mind for more nutritional value!

6 Comments

  • NC NE says:

    One cup pB powder?

  • Remington says:

    Have you used ground coffee and agave in this before? We made some similar to this recipe before but I can’t find it anywhere. Thanks for your help.

    • Kim says:

      I recall a recipe with coffee grounds and rolled in hemp hearts and am not finding it also. Guess I’ll wing it

  • Colin says:

    How much peanut butter powder do you use?

    • Colin says:

      Just to follow up. I tried 1/3 cup PB powder, and that did okay… but I had to add a lot more peanut butter! I probably added 2-3 more tablespoons of PB. I would also recommend that you blend the oats and coconut in a food processor to blend it up a bit finer than it is to start.

  • Robert R says:

    Made mine as directed but ended up with needing more peanut butter. I also added Dark Chocolate Chips and substituted regular coconut for toasted coconut. My wife loves them as well. Thanks for sharing your recipes!!!!