When life gets busy, there’s less time for us to put thought and effort into eating nutritious, sustaining food. If you are rushing in the morning with dozens of things on your mind, the last thing you may do is allow yourself time to sit down and enjoy a healthy breakfast. Taking time to enjoy food is the ideal situation, but sometimes you just need to grab something and go. That’s where vegan energy bites come in. These snacks provide a burst of energy as well as several healthy ingredients to keep you going and fueled for your day. Vegan energy bites and balls are so easy to make and great to keep on hand just in case you don’t have time for a proper meal or need a snack. Check out these 10 vegan energy bites and balls from our Food Monster App!
These ginger energy bites are great choice as a post-workout snack or to help combat the afternoon work slump.
To make this recipe, you only need soft and juicy Mediterranean apricots and desiccated coconut. Two ingredients, and that’s all it takes to make some fruity energy balls.
With the combination of sweet and sour, these pistachio balls will give you an interesting mix of flavors such as white mulberries, dates, sour cherries, and pecans.
These goji energy bites are the perfect pick-me-up for a midmorning boost. Goji berries are considered a superfood because they are packed with antioxidants and phytochemicals that help give glowing skin and a brain boost.
Indulge in the flavor explosion that is coconut and lemon in these energy bombs. The cashews and dates give a sticky, creamy consistency that balances the texture of the oats.
These no-bake balls taste like a treat, so if you’re a dessert lover, try fooling yourself with this recipe. You probably wont notice the main ingredient here is plantains.
This healthy snack is very easy to make because it contains only five ingredients: almond butter, pistachios, sesame seeds, medjool dates, and organic coconut oil.
If you’re a chocolate lover, you must try these energy balls, which include cacao powder, cacao beans, coconut oil and cinnamon.
Peanuts and chocolate taste amazing together, and these energy bites will not disappoint. They’re packed with superfoods like chia seeds, hemp seeds, and flaxseed.
Coconut, walnuts and cashews, oh my! These balls are full of different nuts. When you’re finished making them, you can dip a part of each ball in chocolate or opt to leave it out.