Energy ball recipes

Energy ball recipes

MAY (The Coffee and Walnut One)

As Vic was making these energy balls for her Father's Birthday, she thought it wise to share the recipe with you all too. Her Dad is a big fan of coffee and walnut cake, so these are inspired by that traditional cake recipe. The good news is there's no...

APRIL (Hot Cross Energy Balls)

Nothing says Easter quite like hot cross buns, so Vic set to work on this special Easter themed recipe. They look really cute, like mini hot cross buns, but without the flour in a traditional recipe, which means these are gluten free. The twist with the...

MARCH (The Apricot and Coconut One)

We thought we'd fill your palate with fresh aromas in March before all those Easter eggs start to creep in and demand to be eaten! This one has a little more work than usual, but the surprise apricot in the middle works a treat to keep them moist and have...

FEBRUARY (The Rose and Beetroot One)

Whilst browsing her local deli, Vic came across a bottle of rose water and wondered how she could add this to an energy ball recipe. So she spoke to a couple of friends in the aromatherapy world and concocted this recipe to highlight the subtle aromas of...

Carrot Cake Energy Bites

Sometimes things happen for a reason, serendipity occurs and with it brings a nice big smile. That's how I came to make these delicious carrot cake energy bites! Whilst working on another project, I was talking to Clare Coleman about her blog; Wild Mama...

Evie and Poppy’s PINK POWER Energy Balls

Evie (aged 8) and Poppy (aged 7) from Staffordshire, are the first to send in their very own energy ball recipe, with a PINK POWER twist! These balls of energy help the girls with a mid afternoon boost, after school and before gymnastics classes. No-one...

Deliciously Ella’s Almond and Chia Energy Bites

Unbeknown to Ella Woodward (now Mills), she introduced Victoria to the concept of the energy ball with these Energy Bites from her first book entitled 'Deliciously Ella' back in 2015. Ella's success rose from her blog with healthy raw recipes. They were...

JANUARY (The Mean Green One)

The only thing greener than this gloriously fresh energy ball? Your friends when they eat them and realise how delish they are. Spirulina is a superfood, grown in ponds in China. Yep, it sounds a bit gross, but it's really high in nutrients, so we figure...

Averie Cooks – Chocolate Peanut Butter Mocha Powerballs

These fabulous energy balls, or Powerballs as they are referred to, are the creation of Averie Sunshine, a food blogger from San Diego, with the website Averie Cooks. How I made Averie's Chocolate Peanut Butter Mocha Powerballs: I followed this recipe and...

Fabulous Fudge Chocolate Indulgence

Say hello to your new favourite (and totally healthy) dessert. With tasty cranberries, a heap of hemp protein and pumpkin seeds, it tricks you into thinking it's naughty like chocolate fudge, but it's actually jam-packed with nutrients! How to make...

Chia Up! All the seeds you need

Ok, there are a lot of chia seeds here. And that does make this one of the more expensive recipes that we've made but oh so tasty! It all started when Vic tipped in a few too many seeds and hey presto! A scrummy energy ball recipe - aka a happy accident!...

Canadian Kisses

The name Canadian Kisses comes from the main ingredient of maple syrup which binds this recipe well. The combination of walnuts and oats make these energy balls very filling - you only need one! Preparation time: 10 minutes Servings: 6 energy balls Ingredients 45g...