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Super Easy 5 Ingredient Banana Blueberry Protein Balls

Morning! I hate to say it, but after a week of non-stop baking, shooting, working, and very little sleep, I’m feeling a little under the weather. It probably doesn’t help that I’ve been eating tart for breakfast pretty much every day this week…Whoops. 

blueberry protein balls

So I’ve been craving something slightly more nutritious, but still tasty. And these healthy peanut butter banana protein balls are just what the doctor ordered.

And by doctor, I mean me.

blueberry protein balls

These gluten free energy balls are packed with vegan dark chocolate chips, chopped blackberries and blueberries – to give your daily antioxidant kick to start your morning right.

Consider this your prescription to munch on some delicious banana and peanut butter energy bites.

How to make these peanut butter banana protein balls

For these blueberry protein balls simply begin by mashing the bananas until a puree like consistency. Then add the oats and smooth or crunchy peanut butter and mix until combined.

blueberry protein balls mixture

Fold in the chocolate chips, blueberries and chopped blackberries.

Roll the banana oatmeal energy balls on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Top with a couple of extra vegan chocolate chips and bake for 10-12 mins until slightly firm.

Enjoy as your gluten free breakfast snack.

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Why these vegan protein cookies are so great

  • These blueberry protein balls are made in one bowl: AKA easy to make and easy to clean up.
  • They are the perfect healthy breakfast cookies for toddlers. Make this the night before or in the morning. Package them to take with you outside for a trip or even add it to your child’s lunch box as a filling energy snack.
  • These are vegan energy balls no dates – which means no faff to find soft dates, soak them, pitte them, blend them. Instead just whiz up 5 staple ingredients and fold in some berries and there you have it!
  • Can be easily made ahead of time: Perfect to bake the night before, store and have for breakfast or morning snack. 
  • They’re delicious AND healthy: A win-win! These basically taste like eating a peanut butter cookie, but are secretly packed full of nutrients and protein keeping you full all morning. Score!

So what are you waiting for, get baking – it’ll only take you 20mins to whip this up!

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blueberry protein balls ingredients

The easy peanut butter energy balls recipe

Super easy 5 ingredient protein balls

These gluten free energy balls are packed with vegan dark chocolate chips, chopped blackberries and blueberries – to give your daily antioxidant kick to start your morning right.
Course Snack
Cuisine Vegan
Keyword healthy
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes

Equipment

  • Bowl
  • Baking tray

Ingredients

  • 135 g Rolled Oats
  • 95 g Peanut Butter
  • 150 g Banana (approx 2 small)
  • 60 g Chocolate Chips (Vegan)
  • Handful Blackberries and Blueberries

Instructions

  • Mash the bananas and add the oats and peanut butter and mix until combined.
    135 g Rolled Oats, 95 g Peanut Butter, 150 g Banana
  • Fold in the chocolate chips, blueberries and chopped blackberries until combined.
    60 g Chocolate Chips, Handful Blackberries and Blueberries
  • Roll into balls and place on a baking tray. Top with a couple of extra vegan chocolate chips and bake for 10-12 mins until slightly firm.
  • Enjoy!!

No bake banana protein balls coming soon.

blueberry protein balls

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12 Comments

  1. My boyfriend recently started making protein balls, and I’m surprised how much I liked them! We’ll have to try your recipe!

  2. Hi…sound delicious…I’m gonna try them . Do you happen to know how many carbs are in them or are they keto friendly ?

    1. These protein balls are composed 50% from carbs with approx 10g per ball. So I wouldn’t necessarily label these as keto, as you’ll probably snack on 3 which exceeds the recommended percentage of carbs per meal for a keto diet. Hope that helps.

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