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Vegan Energy Balls for a Healthy Pre- or Post-Workout Snack
Vegan Energy Balls with Chocolate
Protein powder isn't just perfect for shakes, it can provide extra flavor and nutrition for energy balls, too. These treats have only seven ingredients and take just 15 minutes to prep and set before you can pop one in your mouth.
Get the recipe: Vegan Energy Balls with Chocolate
Mango Energy Bites
Get ready for a unique flavor that you haven't tried in a protein ball before. Mango and a hint of lime make these energy balls perfectly tart, while hemp seeds provide the protein and walnuts the healthy fats. (Get even more kitchen inspiration with these 7 irresistible recipes for protein and energy balls.)
Get the recipe: Mango Energy Bites
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Cherry Pistachio Energy Balls
Nuts are a common staple for vegan energy balls and a good source of fiber and omega-3s. Switch up the usual cashew or almond addition and use pistachios instead for a sweet and salty snack combo.
Get the recipe: Cherry Pistachio Energy Balls
Cupcakes and Kale Chips
Chunky Monkey Energy Balls
These balls are the perfect bite for a breakfast on the go, a snack, or a healthy treat to tame hunger pangs before a workout. They're packed with ingredients like dates, bananas, and oats, so you'll know you're eating a well-balanced treat.
Get the recipe: Chunky Monkey Energy Balls
Gluten Free with LB
No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Balls
Here's an equation we can get behind: 1 bowl + pumpkin spice - added sugars = one delicious fall vegan energy ball your taste buds will freak out over. (How easy it that? These other no-bake protein balls are just as simple, and they even taste like dessert!)
Get the recipe: No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Balls
This Rawsome Vegan Life
Raw Vegan Bliss Balls
The fun part of these vegan energy balls is that you can customize the toppings. Try sesame seeds, maca powder, or coconut flakes. These little guys are packed with cacao powder, so might we suggest something that goes well with chocolate?
Get the recipe: Raw Vegan Bliss Balls
Nutritionist in the Kitch
Apple Pie and Almond Butter Energy Balls
Apples and peanut butter are a go-to healthy snack. But admit it, sometimes you end up eating more peanut butter than you do apple—oops. This recipe is a bite-size, low-mess version of the classic snack and tastes like apple pie.
Get the recipe: Apple Pie and Almond Butter Energy Balls