Maca Raisin Energy Bite Recipe - Tayler Silfverduk - Looking for a simple, easy and filling snack to prepare for the week! This energy bite recipe is the perfect thing to add to your weekly mealprep lineup. These make the perfect healthy snack that are promised to keep you full until your next meal!

Maca Raisin Energy Bite Recipe

This Maca Raisin Energy Bite recipe will not leave you disappointed! We’ve all been there, sometimes you are in a time crunch and you don’t have a lot of time to eat. Energy bites are a great option for when you’re short on time and need a filling snack to munch on. The fact that you only need a few bites to feel full makes this snack super portable and easy for busy days. Another thing that’s great about this Maca Raisin Energy Bite recipe is that you only need 6 ingredients and about 10 minutes of your time to make it. With such a small time investment for such a rewarding pay-out, there is no reason not make this recipe.

Not only does this Maca Raisin Energy Bite recipe have a simple ingredient list and short preparation time, but it’s also healthy. This recipe contains a good mix of complex carbohydrates, healthy fats, and protein. The variety of macronutrients found in this recipe makes it a nutritious and filling snack (or dessert) option. I especially love that the oats offer a great source of complex carbohydrates and soluble fiber. Soluble fiber is good for heart health and keeping you regular in the bathroom. Because they are so healthy, filling, and easy to make, I love preparing energy bites for the week. My whole family loves them, and they make packing a healthy lunch or snack a breeze. This Maca Raisin Energy Bite recipe is definitely a great option for people looking for easy, fast, and nutritious food to add to their snacks and lunches.

    • 1 cup gluten-free oats
    • 1/2 cup peanut butter
    • 1/4 cup agave
    • 1/4 cup raisins
    • 2 tbsp maca powder
    • 1 tsp cinnamon
    • Add all the ingredients into a bowl and mix well (you may need to use your hands)
    • Form the mixture into balls using a tbsp (or in my case I formed them into shapes cause even as an adult I enjoy my food being shaped) and place into an air-tight container
    • Store in the fridge for up to 1 week

*For a fun and chocolatey twist, try substituting cocoa powder out for the maca powder!


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