Spirulina Energy Balls. However, one of our favorite ways to get a daily dose is to make these Spirulina Energy Balls! They are a super easy, on-the-go snack, plus the dates and peanut butter help reduce the "green" taste. We make sure to buy non-irradiated, non-GMO spirulina, like the one from Nuts.com.
Today's recipe contains an over-the-top amount of super-healthy 'superfoods'. Sometimes, I just can't help it.. Made with matcha green tea, ground nuts, dates, coconut oil and the new 'superfood' of the future that was eaten by the Aztecs, spirulina. You can cook Spirulina Energy Balls using 7 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Spirulina Energy Balls
- You need 1 tsp of spirulina.
- You need 1 of dried fruit.
- You need 1 of chopped nuts.
- It’s 1 of raw honey.
- It’s 1 of any type seeds….pumpkin, sunflower, etc.
- Prepare 1 of optional…..crunchy flax cereal for more benefit and texture.
- You need 1 of flax seeds/meal.
Feeling a bit tired at the kitchen stove, the bus stop, or in the disco? Spirulina Protein Energy Balls with Ragi Recipe is a quick way to consume dry fruits in one bite. These energy bites have a good amount of ingredients that are bound together to make delicious sweet that can be had any time of the day. You can use any kind of dried nuts like walnuts, almonds, pistachios etc.
Spirulina Energy Balls step by step
- Mix all ingredients.
- Roll into balls.
- Optional…..roll in cacao/cocoa or coconut or spirulina or anything you would like..
In the recipe we have used dates but you can be free to add in dried fruits like figs. Entirely vegan and gluten free, these superfood green energy balls are the perfect healthy snack on the go. Drizzle melted dark chocolate on top for extra taste. It's been a while since I last posted an energy ball recipe. Lyndsay Wareham, ND Leave a Comment These energy balls as great as part of breakfast, as a snack on-the-go, or dessert!