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Energy Granola Bites

Earlier this week Adam was complaining that he didn’t have any snacks in the flat. Now I’d like to clarify, there’s always plenty of things to eat in our home. But what he really means is that there wasn’t any snack that he could grab and go. So this is how the recipe for these energy granola bites came about.

The problem is with him being lactose intolerant, this instantly eliminates most protein and energy bites on the market. With him being a power lifter he needs high energy foods throughout the day and especially before he hits the gym.

So I got thinking, and came up with these granola bites that are made up with store cupboard  staples.These bites are designed to be a replacement for the energy bars that are on the market. Its a quick and easy recipe that only takes 10 minutes to pull together and the reward for the the effort is crunchy, nutty, sweet bites that packed with cinnamon-ny goodness.

Check out our video below for a quick overview of how to create these yourself.

 


Pro Tip:

Dampen your hands slightly before you start rolling the energy granola bites, this will stop the mix from sticking to your hands.


Macros per energy granola bite

Calories Protein Carbs Fat Fibre
133 3g 17g 6g 1g

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 Disclaimer: Go Nutrition provided some ingredients for this recipe.

Ingredients

150g Go Nutrition Gluten Free Rolled Oats
50g Go Nutrition Fine Oats
50g Go Nutrition Peanut Flour
2 teaspoons Cinnamon Powder
40g Raisins
25g Go Nutrition Whey Isolate 90
50g Go Nutrition Brazil Nuts
40g Organic Coconut Oil
30g Go Nutrition Organic Coconut Sugar
180g Clear Honey

Instructions

1
Preheat an oven to 180°C.
2
Add all the ingredients to a large bowl and mix to combine.
3
Place some baking paper on a tray and set aside.
4
Dampen your hands just slightly (this stops the mixture sticking to your hands). Roll the mix into a ball and place on the prepared tray.
5
Repeat until you have used up the mixture. This recipe makes 20 bites.
6
Bake in the over for 5-7 minutes until they are lightly golden. The time will vary depending on your oven.
7
Cool on a rack then store in an airtight container.

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