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Most weekends, I make some sort of protein ball to store in my fridge for  when I need a quick snack (they also come in handy if you're craving  something extra after dinner). I've been getting a lot of requests for a  vegan protein ball that is also nut-free, so I came up with these!

Choc-Mint Protein Balls

Most weekends, I make some sort of protein ball to store in my fridge for when I need a quick snack (they also come in handy if you're craving something extra after dinner). I've been getting a lot of requests for a vegan protein ball that is also nut-free, so I came up with these!

DIY Protein Bars -- Great for snacking and dessert #HealthyEating #CleanEating #ShermanFinancialGroup

Protein Bars: DIY Protein Bars Cookbook – Jessica Stier of Desserts with Benefits (Haven't read the recipes but want them and will tweak for low carb as needed.

Paleo Energy Bites (Nut Free) - terrible. Don't stick together. Needed to add peanut butter and agave.

Paleo Energy Bites (Nut Free)

Nutrient rich seeds, coconut flakes, and dates make up the base of this delicious paleo energy bite, and the dried cranberries and chocolate just bring it to the next level! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

Hazelnut Mocha Protein Balls - gluten free and a delicious way to hold you over between meals!

Hazelnut Mocha Protein Balls - gluten free and a delicious way to hold you over between meals!

10 minutes and 5 ingredients are all you need to whip up these healthy Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Energy Bites! They’re nut-free, gluten-free, vegan, and taste like soft and doughy poppable bites of

No-Bake Banana Bread Energy Bites

These no-bake Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Energy Bites are nut-free, gluten-free, vegan, and taste just like poppable bites of banana bread! Pin this clean eating energy bite recipe for later.

Apricot, almond and orange bliss balls recipe - By FOOD TO LOVE, Prepare healthy lunches for school or work with this simple recipe by Sophie Gray

Apricot, almond and orange bliss balls recipe - By FOOD TO LOVE, Prepare healthy lunches for school or work with this simple recipe by Sophie Gray

Nut free protein balls are chock-a-block full of nourishing seeds, cacao and coconut. They use only 8 ingredients and take less than 15 minutes to make.

Nut Free Protein Balls

Nut free protein balls are chock-a-block full of nourishing seeds, cacao and coconut. They use only 8 ingredients and take less than 15 minutes to make.

Peanut butter Protein balls  (makes 12-15 balls) 1 cup quick cooking oats  1/2 cup flaxseed  1 cup peanut butter  1/3 cup honey  1 tsp vanilla  1 tsp cinnamon  1/2 cup coconut  1/2 cup pecan pieces Combine all of the ingredients together. Chill in the refrigerator for 15 minutes. Roll into bite sized balls. Pop one in your mouth when you’re in need of a healthy pick-me-up snack!

28 Powerhouse Post-Workout Snacks

Peanut butter Protein balls (makes balls) 1 cup quick cooking oats cup flaxseed 1 cup peanut butter cup honey 1 tsp vanilla 1 tsp cinnamon cup coconut cup pecan pieces Combine all of the ingredients together. Chill in the refrigerator for 15 minutes.

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