Antioxidant Energy Bites
Fun fact: I’ve had this recipe since June. This is the last recipe I have saved so hopefully my kitchen things come soon. Also I really miss all of my kitchen things and I’m craving a green smoothie so my heart is pretty broken right about now.
Where do you find antioxidant mix or what even is antioxidant mix, you ask. Well, I found it at Costco. It’s from Made in Nature Brand and technically it’s super berry mix or something, but you can find it on Amazon, too. They also make amazing unsweetened dried bananas, too. Pick up a bag of each and I promise I’ll make and photograph a recipe with them… because I’ve made it twice but devoured it before photographing it.
Starting over in an apartment with absolutely nothing except some clothes is so exhausting. The past 5 days have been shopping, shopping, shopping, but not for fun things like clothes and shoes but instead for exhausting things like dishes and towels and restocking my entire kitchen. Luckily, I did have a little break and hung out with Gina and Kay, both of who I am so excited to see more of, but more on that later in the week.
Anyway, so make these guys. They are gluten free, vegan, paleo, whatever. If you haven’t tired of energy bites, check out my other energy bite recipes, like chocolate coconut pistachio and vanilla fig.
- 1 cup cashews
- ½ cup dates, soaked
- ½ cup antioxidant mix
- 2 tbsp cacao powder
- Pinch pink Himalayan sea salt
- Soak dates in filtered water for at least 30 minutes.
- Pour out water and place dates in food processor.
- Add all other ingredients to food processor.
- Process until a ball begins to form. You may have to scrape down sides a few times.
- Place mixture in a bowl and put in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.
- Once mixture has cooled, roll into 1" balls.
Chat with me:
Have I hit my energy bite recipe quota? What recipes should I start making in my new kitchen? Will you come help me unpack? I’ll provide the wine and Taylor Swift’s new album.