#TBT 10

Happy #Throwback Thursday :)

I’m bringing back up this nutrient-dense little recipe because I’m ready to make another batch this weekend! I have never tried a batch with powdered peanut butter replacing regular peanut butter so I think we’ll be doing some experimenting in the kitchen this weekend after my long run.

Update on the group fitness classes from Tuesday…LOVE the Body Works + Abs class on Tuesday nights & I’ll definitely go back. (The yoga class on the other hand was not life-changing.)

Kelly’s Famous Energy Bites

Originally posted on August 14, 2014

You don’t know how tempted I was to call these “Boss Lady Balls.” But then I reconsidered, unsure of what kind of questionable Google search results that would show up in ;)
Kellys Famous Energy Bite Recipe (Stronglikemycoffee.com)

Kelly (AKA my mom…) whips this recipe up at least once a month now, and I asked her for the measurements so I could share with you! They are so versatile, you really just need a rough guide to start with. Then let you’re creativity take over. (My favorite version includes dried tart cherries and dried apricots, though she has made some butterscotch chip balls that are melt-in-yo-mouth drool-worthy).

There’s nothing too earth-shattering in these. They are simple to throw together and they require no baking (AKA you can make them in your dorm room!) But they are such a hit! Everyone we share them with asks for the recipe to make their own.

Kelly's Famous Energy Bites Recipe on Stronglikemycoffee.com

The Recipe:

(Makes 40-ish bites)

  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • 1 cup ground flaxseed
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup almond butter
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1/3 cup mini dark chocolate chips
  • 1/3 cup dried fruit
  • 1/3 cup crushed pecans
  • 2 tsp vanilla

Kellys Famous Energy Bite Recipe Ingredients (Stronglikemycoffee.com)

Combine ingredients and roll onto parchment paper in 1″ balls. Pop them into the freezer and try not to eat the whole batch in one day.

Kelly's Famous Energy Bite Ingredients (stronglikemycoffee.com)

I’m dying to recreate these on my own pretty soon, using pumpkin to replace some of the peanut butter, and smashed banana to replace some of the honey. I’m thinking they’d be pretty great with some crushed pistachios or even a little bit of toasted coconut.


It has the texture of raw cookie dough. Probably the reason why it’s so dang delicious. It feels wrong ;)

And now I’ve shared TWO dessert-y recipes in a row, so I guess we’re due for a little fitness post next, huh?

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College student-athlete committed to living healthy and happy. I want to share my recipes, fitness tips and silly stories with YOU! There's nothing like crushing goals and becoming stronger than you ever knew you could be.

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