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No Bake Healthy Energy Bites

5 from 3 votes
Total: 15 minutes
Serves 15 BITES

No Bake Healthy Energy Bites are prepared with 4 basic ingredients and is prefect as a school snack or for breakfast. Vegan and gluten-free power packed protein snack!!

No Bake Healthy Energy BitesDon’t you just love energy bites? It takes minutes to prepare and are loaded with nutrients. I prefer to have these healthy energy bites on hand, it’s a great alternative to salty and sugary snacks. My stock of no bake apricot energy bites is coming to an end and before I run out of these healthy treats, I am all up for making a fresh batch of no bake healthy energy bites.

What I love about these bites:

  • No sugar added, naturally sweet
  • Easy to make and no cooking required
  • On-the-go – munchies
  • Healthy, nutritious and full of flavor
  • Freezes beautifully
  • And not to forgot, they are very addicting!

No Bake Healthy Energy Bites

My kids love almonds and this would be a perfect recipe for them to try. I believe that children learn through experiment and kitchen is an ideal place to do that. The best part they get to eat these sweet treats right away.  😉 

For this recipe, I have blanched the almonds. But feel free to use them as is, with skin. Every morning in the winters, my whole family eats soaked and peeled almonds. It is believed that overnight soaked almonds are good for brain. It improves memory and sharpen cognitive abilities. Soaked almonds are a good source of antioxidants too. 

Avery adaptive and straightforward recipe. Toss everything in a food processor and pulse until the ingredients breaks down into a dough like mixture. Roll them into balls and enjoy! It’s that simple. 

Give these healthy sweet treat a try and I am sure you are going to love them. If you happen to make this recipe, drop me a comment or share your pics with me on Facebook. I would love to see your creation and would be happy to answer any questions. Thanks!

No Bake Healthy Energy Bites

No Bake Healthy Energy Bites

5 from 3 votes
No bake healthy energy bites are prepared with 4 basic ingredients and is prefect as a school snack or for breakfast. Vegan and gluten-free power packed protein snack!!
Prep: 15 minutes
Total: 15 minutes
Servings: 15 BITES



  • Assemble: all the ingredients.
  • To blanch almonds - boil water in a pan. Once it starts boiling, take it off the flame.
  • Pour boiled hot water on almonds and let the almonds soak for 1-2 minutes. After the desired time, drain water and transfer almonds onto a clean cloth and pat them dry.
  • Almond skin will look all wrinkly and swelled. Peel the skin.
  • Blanched almonds.
  • Toss everything in a food processor along with blanched almonds.
  • Pulse on HIGH for 2-3 minutes until the mixture breaks down into a cookie dough-like mixture with small sized pieces of almonds.
  • Roll them like balls. Store it in the refrigerator in an airtight container and is good for 4-5 weeks.
  • Make a batch today and I am sure you’ll love it!
Disclaimer: The nutritional information provided above is approximate. Variations may exist due to the ingredients/brands used. These numbers should be considered estimates, as they are not calculated by a registered dietician.
Author: Ruchi

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  1. Reecha says:

    Yummy. I would like to try, but don’t have food processor. What is the alternative?

    • Ruchi says:

      Reecha, if you prefer chunkier pieces than use a blender/mixer. But if you like small pieces than use a grinder.

  2. astha mahajan says:

    Nice ..I made it .it come out perfect .
    I used mixer .
    Thanks for nice recipe ..

  3. sushil chauhan says:

    Very nice in taste, time saver and nutritious.

  4. Heather Saldanha says:

    I made these but my mixture was not doughy. I know my dates and raisins were rather dry, was this the reason? I plan to make them again in the near future.

    • Ruchi says:

      Thanks for trying the recipe Heather. Yes that could possibly be the reason.
      Mixture becomes quite sticky when blended and this helps in binding the energy bites. If you not vegan than adding a teaspoon of honey would solve the issue.

  5. Shweta says:

    Can I use overnight soaked almonds and then peeled?

  6. Mahak Miglani says:

    Can we used dry desicated cocunut instead of fresh one

  7. Lakshita says:

    What is the shelf life of this recipe

    • Ruchi says:

      Lakshita, it’s mentioned in the recipe – “Store it in the refrigerator in an airtight container and is good for 4-5 weeks.” 🙂

  8. Marcia says:

    Hey, I doubled the recipe and made these today for our camping trip. Must say very healthy and keep you full for a while. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Mette Tønder says:

    5 stars
    Easy made and very delicious.