Energy Balls | Banane - Cranberry

Energy Balls | Banana - Cranberry

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What better time than the one we are currently experiencing to take the time to change our eating habits? What if we switched to healthy, 100% natural snacking... and of course Delicious?!

Energy Balls, cousins ​​of cereal bars (much more delicious 😋) are a perfect snack for snack time... or to fill a little hunger pangs throughout the day! And did you know that they are super easy to make yourself?!?

You don't have all the ingredients in your cupboards? No stress, be creative! Use this recipe for inspiration and adapt it with what you have at home and according to your desires! The most important thing is to have fun!

Genius idea! No chocolates for Passover this year? And why not a hunt for energy balls? :) Your children will be delighted, the “eggs” will not melt in the sun and the whole family will be able to devour them as much as they want!

So, grab your aprons!

Energy Balls | Banana - Cranberry

Preparation time: 30 minutes
Servings: ~ 30 balls

Ingredients :

  • 1 banana
  • 4 medjool dates
  • 70g cranberries
  • 100g raw almonds
  • 70g almond puree
  • 30g flax seeds (preferably crushed)
  • 110g oat flakes

Preparation :

  1. Place the flax seeds, almonds and oatmeal in your food processor and blend to break up and mix the dry ingredients well.

    Nüt'tips : If you don't have a coffee grinder to grind the flax seeds, use them whole...they will still help with digestion. By grinding them, the body better benefits from all their properties (omega-3, antioxidants, nutrients, etc.). Also, don’t hesitate to use gluten-free oatmeal or other grains if you have food allergies or intolerances. Same for almonds!

  2. Add the banana, dates, cranberries and almond puree then mix until you obtain a thick and homogeneous mixture.

    Nüt'tips : Depending on the size of the banana and dates, your dough will be more or less moist. Adjust with more dry ingredients if it's too sticky. If you don't have almond puree, don't panic, you can either replace it with another puree (peanut, hazelnut, sesame), or add a little more fruit to the recipe (a larger banana or 2 dates in addition).

  3. Transfer the dough to a bowl. If it's very sticky, you can put it in the fridge for 20 to 30 minutes to set a little.

  4. Separate the dough into small pieces then roll them into balls. Here they are ready to be devoured! They can be kept refrigerated for 3 weeks.


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