No need to say more than — easy and yummy! Oat Energy Balls 1 cup (dry) oats (I used quick cook variety) 1/2 cup chocolate chips (dark choco...
Oats Dates Energy Balls are no-bake snack bites. It is a crunchy, sweet, and extremely healthy. These balls are an excellent source of protein and energy.
These no-bake energy bites are the perfect snack for before or after a workout - or just as a mid-afternoon energy boost. That’s about the time that I can find myself in a slump, and be tempted to reach for the biscuits. These energy balls absolutely satisfy those afternoon cravings without making me turn to more processed and less healthy treats, like chocolate bars or biscuits. The slow-release energy from the oats combined with the high levels of protein and fat in the nuts and the pleasing sweetness of the dates and cranberries makes for a really tasty, energy-packed snack. Soft, chewy and naturally sweet, this recipe is so delicious that my kids devour them in minutes! It’s probably the one healthy habit I don’t have to teach them!
Imagine chewing a piece of chocolate meantime knowing you are eating superfood? DIY healthy chocolate-covered energy bites for a sweet tooth cravings. Dates are the perfect base chocolate substitution, then we add some rolled oats, coconut flakes, coconut oil and all-time winner companion of chocolate orange zest.
These healthy blueberry muffins are a must for my daughters’ packed lunch boxes, or for those rumbling tummies at around 4 pm when dinner still feels far off. The wholegrain flour and oats make them more sustaining and low GI compared to white flour-based cakes, so your blood glucose levels don’t crash and burn like after a quick sugary snack. You can even substitute the quick oats for steel-rolled oats for even better slow energy release, but the texture is a little chewier - try half and half to begin with to make sure you like the substitution! These wholewheat berry muffins also work as healthy muffins for breakfast. We’re constantly running out of time in the mornings, and so I do like to have something on hand to push into a Tupperware for myself for later, or to give my daughters as they rush out of the door. This way I can make sure they’ll be eating something with slow energy release, protein, and even some fruit in it. Sure, these are cakes - there’s no avoiding that - but I feel much happier giving them these than the processed, sugar-filled breakfast ‘cereal bars’ that are another popular option. They’re also great to sub-in for a refined sugar sweet treat, as the aforementioned wholegrain content (the oats and the wholewheat flour) work together to make sure this sweet treat is sustaining as well as satisfying for that sugar craving. Give them a go - they might become your new favourite!
No Bake Energising Peanut Butter Oat Balls for a healthy quick snack These peanut butter oat balls taste like peanut butter cake dough! I’ve been excited to share this recipe for no-bake energising peanut butter energy balls with you because they’re healthy, easy, and delicious! They’re so simple that I always have all of the ingredients […]
Multigrain Biscuits are Indian cookies which gives you nutrients of 5 main ingredients: oats, rice flour, corn flour,ragi flour(finger millet) and wheat flour. Replacing sugar with jaggery powder makes it more healthy choice.
These simple 5-ingredient chocolate coconut energy balls are the healthy treat you want to have at hand when a sugar craving strikes. You can store them in the fridge for more than a week, which means you can easily make a whole batch, and have these ready for busy mornings, road trips or midday sugar cravings.
These super easy Soft & Chewy Homemade Energy Bars are loaded with goodies like dried apricot bits, oats, almonds, peanut butter and maple syrup and can be prepared in less than 15 minutes or so. They are perfect for snacking, breakfast on the go and a healthy fuel pick-me up.
We all know that some slow-release energy in the morning can be the best way to keep those snack cravings at bay until lunch. However, it sometimes feels impossible to fit breakfast in amidst all the chaos of a morning routine! This overnight oats recipe is perfect for this - keep it in the fridge and serve up quickly, or even serve it out into a jam jar, grab a spoon and take your breakfast to go! Prepare these overnight oats the night before - or even make enough for several days, to make sure you have grab-and-go breakfast recipes all week long. I’ve listed two flavour ideas here, but know that you can switch it up to suit your tastes, with grated apple, cinnamon and raisins, banana and peanut butter, fresh summer berries and coconut yoghurt…the list goes on.
No Bake Chocolate Chip Energy Bites are a fun and easy allergy friendly snack for school or travel. These dairy free and peanut free energy bites are just like little cookie bites and are kid friendly and school safe. Make a batch of gluten free snack bites on the weekend for quick treats whenever you need them!Gluten free, dairy free; Free of: peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, dairy, soy.
Moringa Ladoo is a tasty and healthy energy ball packed with proteind and all micronutrients
These robust, hearty Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls are quick and easy to make. Made with ground oats, peanut butter, maple syrup and mini chocolate chips, these couldn’t be tastier and are definitely irresistible to the tastebuds!
Our German Chocolate Energy Bites make a super quick snack that's perfect for packing for lunches or travel. These snack bites combine the best parts of a German chocolate cake into a quick snack, and they're top 8 free!Gluten free, dairy free; Free of: eggs, dairy, soy, peanuts, tree nuts (except coconut, which is not considered a true tree nut)
These pumpkin pie energy bites are full of all the good stuff - plus they're vegan, no-bake and glute-free! Winning!
Best way to start your morning schedule is by having a bowl of freshly cooked oatmeal. But if you are also concerned about the taste, then go for Oats Energy Bar with excellent taste and no compromise on nutrition because oats are excellent source of fiber and keeps you energetic.
Celebrate seasonal strawberries the healthy way with these delicious Strawberry Oat Protein Bites that are gluten free, and peanut freeGluten free; Free of: dairy, eggs, soy, peanuts, cane sugar.