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No bake peanut butter power balls, the best back-to-school treat to give a kid!

I came across a delicious back-to-school recipe for no bake peanut butter power balls a couple days ago and instantly jumped on finding out more about them. All the ingredients can usually be found in your refrigerator or you can just go to your local grocery store, and it only takes one bowl for putting it all together. Seriously, in just five minutes they will be all ready to go for your kids to go back-to-school!

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These peanut butter energy bites are no-bake, which is useful if you are short on time for packing your child’s lunch box or trying to stay away from making your house hot from baking with the oven. These are fantastic on-the-go treats or a deliciously sugary snack that is not exactly too generous.

I was especially excited that this recipe incorporated a lot of healthy ingredients like ground flaxseed. This seed is packed full of Omega-3′s which are extremely important and healthy for you!

These might just be words, but these no bake peanut butter power balls certainly were quite delicious! To those of you who may be gluten or lactose intolerant, these are gluten free and can be dairy free depending on what chocolate chips you purchase. Even though, these seem too healthy, peanut butter power energy bites are a delightful treat that children could enjoy as well when they are back-to-school!

Just take a glance at the ingredients list. You more than likely have all you need to whip up a batch right now. Go make them!

No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Balls


  • One cup of oats
  • Half a cup of ground flaxseed
  • Half a cup of peanut butter
  • Half a cup of chocolate chips
  • One-third cup of honey
  • One teaspoon of vanilla

1) Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.

2) Roll into balls and cool.

Servings: 26. Serving size: One ball. Nutritional Information per serving: Calories: 84 Carbohydrates: 10 grams Fat: Five grams Protein: Two grams Sugar: Six grams Fiber: One gram

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