Vegan Energy Balls: just 3 ingredients for easy vegan energy balls that are soft, satisfying and delicious. Made with healthy, simple ingredients.
Happy 1st weekend of September! How did that happen so quickly?? How’s the weather where you’re at? Cool and crisp, or totally hot like where Erik and I are right now?
Either way, I hope you’re enjoying the last bits of summer and getting hyped for the beginning of fall. 🙂
Today, I thought I’d share a delightfully, unbelievably easy vegan energy ball recipe that’s made with just 3 ingredients! We’re gonna bust out the food processor, a few dates and our favorite whole ingredients for a super easy snack.
Ready? Let’s do this!
How to Make Vegan Energy Balls
Follow these super simple steps to make the easiest vegan energy balls ever!
Add & Blend
Add dates and your favorite nut butter to a food processor (here’s the one that I use). Blend until you get a sticky and crumbly mixture, similar to wet sand. Be sure to scrape down the bin of the food processor periodically.
Add & Blend Some More
Now, add in 1 cup of nuts. Blend until the nuts are fully incorporated into the sticky mixture. Once you can pinch this mixture between your fingers and it holds together, you’re ready for the next step.
Add in the remaining ½ cup of nuts. Pulse until you get small but tastily significant bits of nuts. Now your energy ball mixture is ready!
Pour your energy ball mixture into a bowl and press it down until it becomes a tightly-packed dough.
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3 Ingredients for Easy Vegan Energy Balls
Medjool Dates [buy here]
Medjool dates are a wonderfully, naturally sweet source of fiber and stickiness to keep these vegan energy balls together. You can also use raisins or a similar type of dried fruit. Just make sure they’re not too dry.
Unsalted, Natural Nut Butter
Feel free to use your favorite nut butter in these vegan energy balls! I love using unsalted, natural almond butter or peanut butter. You can even use sunflower seed butter.
My favorite nut to use in these energy balls is pecans, but you can use almonds, walnuts, peanuts, etc.
How to Store These Energy Balls
Store your energy balls at room temperature for about 1 week.
You can keep your energy balls longer if they’re stored in the refrigerator. Keep for up to 2 weeks.
Soft ‘n delicious vegan energy balls made with 3 simple, healthy ingredients.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing in a few sweet kitchen moments with me. I can’t wait to hear what you think of today’s recipe. Leave a comment below—I love hearing from you! Looking forward to our next tasty adventure…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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