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vegan energy bite

No-Bake Vegan Energy Ball Recipes - For Hectic Lifestyle

Most of the no-bake vegan energy balls or energy bites are made from oats, nuts, coconut, honey, and many other ingredients. These recipes are simple, can be prepared in a short time, and are just perfect for all diet-conscious people.  

The energy bites or balls offer you an undeniable combination of proteins, healthy fats, proteins, and high-fiber content. Often time, vegan energy bites are dairy-free and gluten-free, which makes it a healthy snack for all time.

You can prepare these energy balls at home from simple ingredients with a food processor's help, which suits our hectic lifestyle.

No-Bake Vegan Energy Bite Recipes

The following are simple and easy to prepare recipes of no-bake vegan energy bites:

1. No-Bake Vegan Energy Ball

The first vegan energy bite is based on old-fashioned oats, together with flaxseed, which is one of the great plant-based omega-3 fatty acid sources. Check out this recipe and make a vegan energy bite in 20 minutes.

No-bake Vegan Energy Ball from loveandlemons
Photo credit to loveandlemons.com

2. No-Bake Oat Meal Energy Ball (with six flavor)

Bored with one flavor? The next recipe is also an oat-based vegan energy bite but comes with six different flavors for you to choose from. Note that vegan can replace honey with maple syrup or nut butter, and still find it tasty.

I bet your snack time would not be the same once you have tried these no-bake oatmeal energy balls. So, click here for the delicious recipe from wellplated.com.

No-bake Oat-based Energy Ball
Photo credit to wellplated.com

3. 5-Ingredient No-Bake Cookie Energy Bites

Another oat-based energy bite but with lesser ingredients needed: rolled oat, dates, cacao powder, peanut butter, and vanilla extract, that’s all.

This vegan no-bake recipe replaced sugar with dates, gives you another taste of sweet with the nutrition of dates, including iron, calcium, vitamin B, and many more.

To check the recipe, click here:

5 ingredients no-bake vegan energy ball
Photo credit to minimalistbaker.com

4.  Salted Cashew Caramel Energy Bites

Are you tired of oat and want to try something new? 5 ingredients is still a lot to prepare? Check out this 4-ingredient vegan no-bake energy bite recipe.

This gluten-free, dairy-free, and grain-free vegan recipe contains dates as a natural sweetener, along with caramel and cashews, which make the sweet and salty taste well-blended.  Prepare it in 10 minutes and you won’t regret it.

4 ingredients no bake quick recipe
Photo credit to minimalistbaker.com

5. Vegan Lemon Quinoa Energy Bites

Quinoa gives a savory taste to these bites, but these balls are versatile enough to be used for sweet treats as well.

The bites have a very different ingredient, "lemon," which makes them unique and gives a very refreshing taste.

Check out the recipe here.

vegan lemon quinoa flavour
Photo credit to Jackie Sabon

Final Words

Everyone searches for a yummy, healthy, and easy to prepare snack which can keep us full for a long time. So, energy bites appear to be an ideal option. They are made from different healthy ingredients, easy to make, and stored for a long time.

Hopefully, you would love the above-described vegan energy balls recipes.

 


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