These Blueberry Energy Bites need just 5 simple ingredients and 10 minutes to whip up. With dried blueberries and coconut oil, these energy bites are a protein-packed, high-fat satisfying snack that’s naturally low in sugar and so tasty!
In my house, we love energy bites. Sometimes we call them snack balls or energy balls. Whatever you call them, we make them often because they’re easy, no-bake snacks and everyone loves them!
Our Blueberry Energy Bites are naturally gluten-free and dairy-free. Technically they’re considered vegan too.
I love whipping up a batch or two of these Blueberry Energy Balls and storing them in the refrigerator for my kids to grab as they pack their school lunches each week. Not that they ever last long!
This energy bites recipe is easy enough that my 8-year-old son can make a batch all by himself! He loves helping in the kitchen!
How to Make Easy Blueberry Energy Bites
You’ll need: oats, sun butter, honey, coconut oil, and dried blueberries.
You can use a mixer or food processor for this recipe. I prefer the food processor because it whips up these snack balls in SECONDS, but a mixer works well too.
Mix or process the oats, sun butter, honey, and coconut oil together.
Stir in the dried blueberries.
Roll your energy bites into small balls.
This recipe makes about 18-24 blueberry energy bites, depending on how much your helpers “taste-test” and the size of your snack balls.
Refrigerate your blueberry energy balls for up to 7 days in a sealed container or ziploc bag.
Whip up a batch of these delicious raw blueberry energy bites in just 10 minutes.
Stir together or use your food processor to process the oats, sun butter, honey, and coconut oil together. Stir in the dried blueberries. Roll into small balls and enjoy.
Refrigerate for up to 7 days in a sealed container or ziploc bag.
Keywords: energy bites, energy balls, dried blueberries, coconut, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free