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Peanut Butter Energy Balls

FODMAP foods - Low FODMAP Raw Energy Balls

One of the hardest aspects for me on the FODMAP diet is finding healthy grab and go snacks.  These are my favorite for just that reason plus they keep me full when I’m out and need a quick snack that I know will give me energy.

I know there are a TON of variations of energy ball recipes but the majority of them are not low FODMAP due to the high quantities of dried fruit or high FODMAP nuts like cashews. This is my basic recipe for energy balls that can be built on.  I think next time I’ll try unsweetened coconut flakes.  What should I try next?  Any other ideas?

I feel like this is a perfect time to go on a rant about the majority of packaged granola bars.  It’s shocking to me how consumers are tricked into thinking these bars are healthy when they are really bona fide candy bars.  Sometimes these actually have more sugar than candy bars!  Plus with all the processed ingredients and sugar your energy will crash and burn.  Who wants that? I know I don’t!  This is why I turn to healthier options like these peanut butter energy balls.

Ingredients Blended Together.

Ingredients Blended Together.

Peanut Butter Balls Hardened in the Refrigerator.

Peanut Butter Balls Hardened in the Refrigerator.

Feel energized yet?!? Enjoy!

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FODMAP foods - Low FODMAP Raw Energy Balls

Peanut Butter Energy Balls

  • Author: FitFabFODMAP
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 70 minutes
  • Total Time: 80 minutes
  • Category: Snacks

Description

Quick & easy recipe for a burst of energy and deliciousness!


Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. In a food processor pulse all of the ingredients except the raisins and chocolate chips. Pulsate until incorporated and add the raisins and chocolate chips and pulse until pulverized into a sticky texture.
  2. Roll small shaped balls with damp hands and place onto a wax paper covered baking sheet. Place in the refrigerator to harden for at least an hour. Store covered for up to a week.

Notes

Adapted by my wholefoods life

Keywords: energy balls, fodmap recipe balls, fodmap energy ball recipe

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  • Marisa
    September 19, 2018 at 5:04 pm

    In your book it says to use steal cut oats. This consistensy is super crunchy, is it supposed to be rolled oats instead? So it’s softer?

    • Fit Fab FODMAP
      September 19, 2018 at 5:54 pm

      Thanks, Marisa for your question! You’ll want to use rolled oats, my favorite are the gluten-free rolled oats that are a great price and large quantity!

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