No-Bake Omega 3 Mint Brownie Energy Bites

These delicious energy bites are rich with Omega 3 and are made with 5 ingredients only. The energy bites taste like a brownie. Believe me; it's the best healthy treat to keep in your freezer for late-night cravings. If you have not made energy bites before, it is time to make it now.

Ingredients in Brownie Energy bites

5 simple and wholesome ingredients are used in the recipe. You will be amazed to know that not a single of them is sugar. The ingredients are raw walnuts, dates, vanilla and mint extract, and Skinny Bunny AM Chocolate Tea. You can also add a little salt if you want.

The natural sweetener in these brownie energy bites is Medjool dates. Dates are full of vitamins and fiber. The natural sweetness is perfect for healthy snacks and treats.

Why is Omega 3s good?

The recipe is rich in Omega 3s, and these are healthy fatty acids essential for brain, immune system, and heart health. We usually fail to get enough omega 3s in our diet because we do not eat enough fish, walnuts, or veggies with omega 3s fats. Apart from Omega 3s, walnuts are rich in copper, vitamin E, and anti-inflammatory properties. 

The base of this recipe is walnut and dates rich in omega 3s and Skinny Bunny AM chocolate tea to add an indulgent taste that is healthy and nourishing for the body. 

So here is the yummy and healthy recipe for energy bites.

Ingredients:

  •   4 ounces or 1 cup of raw walnut halves
  •   1 cup of Medjool dates
  •   3 tablespoons Skinny Bunny AM Chocolate tea
  •   1/4 teaspoon mint extract
  •   1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  •   A little salt (optional)

Instructions:

Step 1:

Put dates and walnuts into a blender. Blend these for at least 1 minute or until walnut and dates blend well together. 

Step 2:

Now add the remaining ingredients: Skinny Bunny AM chocolate tea, mint and vanilla extract, and salt. Blend them together until it comes in the shape of the dough. The texture of the dough should be clumpy and thick. You can check it by taking some quantity and making a ball from it. If it does not make a ball, you can add 1 or 2 tablespoons of warm water.

Step 3:

Take a cookie dough scoop if you have and grab 1 tablespoon of mixture. Then roll the dough to make a ball. Place the ball onto the baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Make the balls from the mixture and put them onto the baking sheet. Place it in the fridge for 30 minutes to make them chill and a little bit hard. 

Step 4:

After chilling, transfer these balls into an airtight container or bag. You can store these balls for one week in the fridge and for 3 months in the freezer.  

Ways to make energy bites of your choice

There are many other creative ways to make your own choice of energy bites. Here are few options that you can try:

  •   Add 1 tablespoon of chia seeds or hemp seeds for additional nutritional energy.
  •   Skip the mint extract to make them just chocolate brownie bite.
  •   Skip mint extract and add 1/3 cup of shredded coconut powder to make chocolate coconut energy bites.
  •   Add a scoop of Skinny Bunny Collagen Peptides Powder