5 minute NO Bake Protein Balls

An easy healthy snack or on-the-go breakfast option! Filled with healthy ingredients.

Having tasty snacks available that are healthy and can give you energy during the day are important in helping staying fit and healthy. When you have these healthy options on hand, you will not be
tempted to just munch on a chocolate bar or some biscuits that would give you a sugar rush for a littl
fit and healthy. When you have these healthy options on hand, you will not be tempted to just munch on a chocolate bar or some biscuits that would give you a sugar rush for a little while but would leave you feeling fatigued and hungry in an hour.

These energy balls are sweet enough to pass as dessert, but they also make a great on-the-go .Honestly, they’re perfect for ANY time of day! It will only take you about 5 minutes to prepare, although you will have to leave them to chill in the fridge to a couple of hours.

     It doesn’t require baking or any special skills!

 

 

 

This recipe was shared from by Elaine King our Diploma 2017 one of our students based inDonegal to see more from Elaine and get more great recipes join her facebook page –  https://www.facebook.com/elaineking.kinesiology/

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Add rolled oats, cashew nuts, pitted dates, cacao nibs, coconut oil, vanilla essence, and coconut milk to food processor. Pulse until ingredients are blended. (about 10-12 times) Dust over lightly with cacao powder to finish. Form energy bite mixture into 1" balls and place on parchment paper lined baking sheet. Cover and place in refrigerator for 2 hours. Serve!
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Chocolate Coconut Cashew Bars

Chocolate Coconut Cashew Bars

by Elaine King

Just 5 simple ingredients with no baking required. These are wheat free, dairy-free and sugar-free, a perfect alternative to those with diet restrictions and looking for a healthier option. Who said chocolate bars cant be delicious yet healthy!

Coconut cashew bar - KinesiologyZone recipe

The base is a blended concoction of raw cashews, oats and coconut oil that seriously resembles cookie dough, both in taste and texture.

The divine chocolate topping is simply a mix of cacao powder, honey and a few pinches of sea salt. Coconut flakes are optional but can add an extra layer of decadence.

This recipe was shared from by Elaine King our Diploma 2017 student based in Donegal to see more from Elaine join her facebook page –  https://www.facebook.com/elaineking.kinesiology/


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