Pumpkin Energy Balls


Pumpkin Spice Energy Bites

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Pumpkin Pie Energy Balls

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NO BAKE Pumpkin Spice Energy Bites

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Pumpkin Energy Balls | No Bake

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10 Minute HEALTHY Pumpkin Spice Energy Balls | Fitness Vlog

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Pumpkin Spice Energy Balls Clean & Delicious®

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Here’s how ridiculously easy it is to make these pumpkin energy balls. Place pecan halves, pepitas, rolled oats, chia seeds, hemp hearts, flax seed meal, kosher salt, and pumpkin pie spice into the bowl of your food processor. Pulse several times until everything is incorporated and crumbly. What are pumpkin energy balls? They are bite size snacks made of dates, pumpkin puree, seeds, nuts and pumpkin spices.

They are delicious vegan snacks or bite size desserts with delicious fall spices flavors. Also, they contains lots of nutrients, fiber and protein to keep you full and energized. My pumpkin protein energy balls take just minutes to put together, have only 6 ingredients and are are sure to give you an energy boost. They’re loaded with warm pumpkin flavors, rich, creamy peanut butter, a background of sweetness from the maple syrup and a hint of vanilla and cinnamon spice.

It’s are a well-balanced snack to fuel your day!Pumpkin Energy Bites Place on a cookie sheet and chill in the refrigerator for 15 minutes. Store in a ziplock bag or container with a lid in the refrigerator. We love these healthy no-bake pumpkin and oatmeal energy balls and I think you will too.

Combine pumpkin, honey, pumpkin pie spice, salt, and cayenne in a large bowl. Stir in the toasted oat mixture. Step 4 Shape the mixture into 20 balls, about 2 teaspoons each. It has pumpkin, oats, maple, chia seeds, almond butter, pumpkin seeds, sea salt, and cinnamon all packed together in a densely-textured nutritional powerhouse bomb.

It’s just sweet enough, and it slightly resembles cookie dough, but with more of a fall cookie flavor and more of a feel-good healthy body buzz. Directions In a large bowl, mix together oats, coconut, almond butter, pumpkin puree, raisins, maple syrup, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, and pumpkin pie. These No-Bake Pumpkin Spice Energy Balls are a vegan, healthy snack with just 10 minutes of prep. You’ll love the combination of sweet pumpkin, warm spices, chewy oats, tart cranberries and crunchy pecans for a grab-and-go treat that will put a pep in your step!

These Pumpkin Energy Balls are packed with fiber, protein and healthy fats for energy. The perfect addition to a quick lunch or to serve for an afternoon snack. Your new favorite snack is here: Pumpkin Energy Balls.

Satisfying, energizing, and tasty! They are gluten-free, grain-free, and vegan. The coolest thing about this recipe is that it uses tahini.

Tahini is a paste made from sesame seeds with a smooth consistency.

List of related literature:

They are ubiquitous in pumpkin seeds, but the question of whether they are significant in the relief from BHP-associated discomfort remains unanswered.

“Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention” by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson
from Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention
by Victor R. Preedy, Ronald Ross Watson
Elsevier Science, 2011

They are simply “packets” of energy directed by your will.

“Instant Magick: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Spellcraft” by Christopher Penczak
from Instant Magick: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Spellcraft
by Christopher Penczak
Llewellyn, 2006

In the fall we introduced pumpkin ones and they were a big hit.

“A Taste of Upstate New York: The People and the Stories Behind 40 Food Favorites” by Chuck D'imperio
from A Taste of Upstate New York: The People and the Stories Behind 40 Food Favorites
by Chuck D’imperio
Syracuse University Press, 2015

Styrian pumpkin seeds.

“Loving Yourself to Great Health” by Louise Hay, Ahlea Khadro, Heather Dane
from Loving Yourself to Great Health
by Louise Hay, Ahlea Khadro, Heather Dane
Hay House, 2014

The next year our whole unit dined on these exceptional pumpkins!

“The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Literature” by Joseph S. M. Lau, Howard Goldblatt
from The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Literature
by Joseph S. M. Lau, Howard Goldblatt
Columbia University Press, 2007

They are inexpensive and were handy for holding popcorn balls, apples, and other Halloween treats when my kids still wanted large Halloween parties held at our home.

“The Magickal Family: Pagan Living in Harmony with Nature” by Monica Crosson
from The Magickal Family: Pagan Living in Harmony with Nature
by Monica Crosson
Llewellyn Worldwide, Limited, 2017

But they also contain only ‘empty’ energy and just raise the sugar level in your blood for a short time.

“Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation” by Andreas Moritz
from Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation
by Andreas Moritz
Ener-Chi Wellness Press, 2007

Unlike intense sweeteners, they can be used in manufacture of jam, sweets, and other foods, where they provide the same bulk and have the same osmotic preservative effect as sugars, but at half the energy yield.

“Introduction to Nutrition and Metabolism, Fourth Edition” by David A. Bender
from Introduction to Nutrition and Metabolism, Fourth Edition
by David A. Bender
CRC Press, 2007

You can also use pumpkin seeds for Raw Chocolate Balls.

“The Earth Diet: Your Complete Guide to Living Using Earth's Natural Ingredients” by Liana Werner-Gray
from The Earth Diet: Your Complete Guide to Living Using Earth’s Natural Ingredients
by Liana Werner-Gray
Hay House, 2014

Made into small portions with healthy ingredients and no refined sugar, these energy balls hit the spot.

“Little Foodie: Recipes for Babies and Toddlers with Taste” by Michele Olivier, Sara Peternell
from Little Foodie: Recipes for Babies and Toddlers with Taste
by Michele Olivier, Sara Peternell
Arcas Publishing, 2014

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  • I wonder how much sugar these have….

    Edit: And if I had looked on the website first, I would know it.. HA! Thanks Dani. Great recipe.

  • The colour of your shirt looks amazing on you!!! I love that color! And these balls look amazing, I do have to try! I believe I found out about your site from “fitandfabulousmama”, so so glad she shared. Your Golden milk is amazing and you have so many other recipes I want to try. Keep up the great work!

  • https://www.gofundme.com/4itoywg if anyone can help donate please do! A classmate of mine was a victim and needs our help as well with many others��

  • Hi Dani! I have absolutely enjoyed your channel and all you have to offer. It has helped me and my family eat better and loose weight!!!! i have a request. As an Black American woman i am looking forward to our cultures holiday food. I am especially excited about having my mother’s famous Cornbread Dressing, but Dani i do not want to leave this “clean and delicious” lifestyle we have come to love. Is there a way you can make a vid on how to clean up Cornbread Dressing for me? thx so much. 

  • Dani, I just try this, it is absolutely delicious! Who’d thought pumpkin! Keeping them in the freezer is brilliant! I use ice cream scooper to scoop them, keep them in the freezer a bit before rolling into a ball; its easier in my opinion. Instead of regular dark chocolate, I substitute with unsweeten dark chocolate with powdered Xylitol for low carb option.

  • Dani i made these today. I had all the right ingredients just had to buy almond flour because im new to all the clean ingredients.

    Omg dani these taste like pumpkin pie.♡♡♡ I still have pumpkin leftover and i think im going to eat these for a while. Thanks for the great recipe. These are the best!!!

  • Dani, I made these today using coconut flour and it came out great! I took your advise about using less coconut flour, so instead of using 1/2 almond flour I use 1/3 coconut flour. They even smell delish… Love your videos. Keep the recipes coming.

  • omg i’m the same when leaving a drive thru! i feel like i have no time to get all my stuff together bc the worker in the window i just like staring at you to leave lol

  • Those look fabulous.  In our stores, canned pumpkin has gotten so expensive that I’ve been using sweet potatoesthe orange variety.  Would there be a big difference nutritionally?

  • It’s crazy how you talk about senseless deaths but you eat innocent animals that don’t want to die and chicken periods, come on tori

  • Yummy! But I think ill just put a sprinkle of coconut shaving instead of the salt.:)  Thanks for this easy great recipe. Time to buy a glass bowl. 

  • I followed the recipe but the texture was not dough like. It was mushy. I had to put it in the freezer before rolling and it’s still a little mushy. Any ideas what I could have done wrong?

  • Long black with a dash of almond milk… Sarah’s. Day is that you? Do you do it in purpose? You must not be trying to do this on purpose…you’re too sweet and it’s too obvious

  • Dani, those look delicious, however almonds are an extremely water intensive crop and 99 percent of the country’s almonds come from California, which is in its driest year on record. I know you said we could use other nut butters, but what other flours would work here?

  • Ahhh your hair and nails!! Love you ❤️ Schilly is awesome. Ever since you first played one of his songs in a video I can’t stop listening to him��

  • Thank you very much for sharing this. I have been watching your videos and it is a blessing. I was diagnosed with diabetes and I have incorporated some of your recipes in my diet.

  • maybe you should use a toothpick, or a fork to dip the pumpkin balls in the chocolate, so your fingers will not get messy. just a suggestion

  • I love your channel Dani! In Portugal its hard to find Pumpkin spice so i tried to make it, problem is i ended up putting more ginger than i should:P
    Nevertheless, your channel is amazing keep up the good work!
    Best regards from Portugal:)

  • Thank you. I appreciate everyone’s prayers and love. I live in vegas and I’m 13. I was at a different festival that night. I love you all and please stay safe❤️ my hometown is in devastation and a few people I know are gone. I’m very sad and upset. I’m learning to spread love, joy, and positivity. I love you all❤️

  • Have you ever substituted oat flour? I hope i’m calling that by the correct name. I’ve taken old fashioned oats or even quick oats and tossed them in the food processor to create a flour like consistancy. Do you think that would work in place of almond flour? Just kinda curous, wondering if you’ve tried it. Thanks for the great recipe my kids will love this!

  • Man it’s such a great way to enjoy pumpkin flavor! Pumpkin pie is delicious, but there’s so many reasons why to love these energy balls even more: no bake, easy to make, so nutritious, perfect as snack on the go (sorry pumpkin pie:)) Making these as soon as possible. Thanks for sharing!

  • Yum! I just need to get some chia and I’ll be on my way. Do you have any savory pumpkin recipes? I was thinking about experimenting with pumpkin and quinoa. Do you think that would be terrible?

  • What can you use instead of almonds (I’m intolerant to almonds), and I have noticed that you have a lot of nice-looking recipes, but, sadly, a lot of them are with almonds.

  • Hi Dani. Great recipe! But since I don’t particularly like the taste of pumpkin, do you have any suggestions on what to substitute it with? I would really like to make them, but just the thought of the pumpkin is putting me off making them. Thanks.

  • Made these last night with 1/3 coconut flour and eliminated the maple syrup! They still turned out so good and I love your suggestion of using left over chocolate to make chocolate covered nuts.

  • I literally just cooked these yesterday lol. Except mine were pumpkin oatmeal and I made like 20, you can find the recipe on pinterest.

  • Nice, basic recipe, but I personally could have done without the tough decisions on when, where or how to workout. Thank god for Mom’s house ��

  • I know you used to be vegan. And I’m really inspired by you and how you just have been listening to your body and what it needs so you can be healthy! My mom always tells me that it’s all things in moderation. ��

  • Hi Dani,
    This is the perfect recipe for me to make for my daughter who eats grain-free, dairy-free,  and refined sugar and honey free!
    She can enjoy this along with anyone else with no diet restrictions.
    Thank you!

  • yess I totally agree that it really isn’t that healthy to count every calory you eat!! and also wow I need to try those energyballs

  • Always a better day whenever Tori uploads! And yes what happened in Vegas was incredibly sad and heartbreaking. My thoughts and prayers are with everybody thats being affected!

  • I love the recipe you use. I ran out of the walnuts though because my husband got into them. So, I substituted natural peanut butter, and it still tasted good!!

  • wowww Dani.. i really like your delicious recipes…
    I was just wandering.. In our part of the world there is no chia seeds nor pumpkins in this season…
    any substitutions????

  • Made this and it turned out amazing! One of my favorites. I was so excited afterwards that I made everyone I know try this lol. Thank you so much for this recipe!

  • thank you for your message at the end!!! so glad you are using your platform to talk about things like this!! much love and respect

  • Def trying those balls! The fact that this is my first time spending fall in summer (just moved to Australia) is making me miss all the yummy fall recipes…. ��

  • I seriously love your videos!! Keep them going please! And thank you for caring about your viewers so much, you’re honestly so inspiring. Continue to be real please ��

  • I wish I had this much time to just work out. but having a real person job makes that impossible. Also the point of counting calories is to keep yourself accountable and being extremely specific. Then you actually know what you are putting into your body. I use the app Lose It and it’s changed the way I eat.

  • I dropped excess weight in addition to my dear cousin Grace. I lost 23 pounds and plenty of body fat and my cousin slimmed 20 pounds. The dietary plan we followed is on this site here http://bit.ly/2hDk0er

  • Tori, I live here in Las Vegas and I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for you kind message of spreading love and how it’s times like these where spreading love is the most important. Keep on rockin it girl friend!!!

  • tori you should try orange theory!! your first class is free I am sure there is some near you it is seriously amazing! I was a die hard for spin till I did this!! haha just a fun way to change it up!

  • yum! those look like truffles. This plus your pumpkin latte would be an amazing pair. btw, I enjoy how you put the outtakes at the end..way to make eating healthier easier and accessible to anyone.

  • I just watched the video and I’m from Vegas and just want to say thank you for the sweet words!! New subscriber and love you already!! ��

  • Tried this recipe last night and exchanged almond butter with peanut butter instead. SO delicious! This will be part of my go-to snack recipes in the future!

  • Looks great, Dani.  I know you can only make so many videos a month, but hopefully, you can produce a few extra pumpkin inspired recipes this October.  One can never have too much of your recipes.  Thanks for this treat. 

  • Can’t wait to try these, but the printable recipe calls for maple Syrup but I see that in this video it wasn’t used! So now I. Confused! Help

  • Oh my gosh those are so simple! My energy balls require a food processor and i hate dragging it out and the cleaning it after, so I will definitely be giving your version a try!!!

  • #pinchofyum can you change the almond butter for something else. It’s the only thing I don’t like too much. I’d love to try them as I love pumpkin. Could you do other variations too?