These energy balls are really something special: a concentrated charge of energy combined with a chocolaty note. The small balls are now available in many supermarkets and drugstores. But they are also easy and quick to make at home, so you can better save money!
Delicious Chocolate Energy Balls – the Perfect Snack for In Between
The small energy balls are full of healthy nutrients and give you a good and fast energy boost. The dates provide a nice sweetness, the oats give the energy and the baking cocoa makes the whole thing chocolaty.
Energy Balls Made in a Flash – With Only Six Ingredients, Which Probably Almost Everyone Has at Home!
The chocolate energy balls are made in no time at all. They can also be modified to suit your mood. For example, you can leave out the baking cocoa if you don’t like it chocolaty, or add a few sunflower seeds for an extra boost of magnesium. So just take a look and see what else you can find!
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What Is the Best Way To Store the Chocolate Energy Balls and How Long Do They Last?
I personally always keep them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. There they last for about 1 week. Of course you can also freeze them. There they will last for about 4 weeks.
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The Instructions for Delicious Chocolate Energy Balls
Just put all ingredients in the blender and mix until creamy. It is important here that you use soft dates. If the dates are too hard you have to soak them in hot water for about 30 minutes!
If the dough is a bit too dry, you can add some more water. Start with a little water first, otherwise it will become too liquid afterwards!
The dough is then used to form the little balls. I have sprinkled some coconut flakes on them.
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Vegan Chocolate Energy Balls Without Sugar
- 3/4 cup oats 70 g
- 1/2 cup soft dates 70 g
- 1 1/2 tbsp. baking cocoa
- 1 tbsp. coconut oil
- 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
- 1.7 fl. oz. water 50 ml
- Put everything in the blender and blend until creamy. (For "hard" dates you have to soak them in hot water for about 30 minutes before. That's why I recommend to use soft dates to avoid this step)
- The dough is then formed into small balls.
- You can also sprinkle them with coconut flakes.
- And done! The chocolate energy balls can be eaten immediately.
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