No Bake Vegan Vanilla Spice Protein Bites

I’ve been dying to make some no bake protein bites with my favorite REBBL elixirs for the longest time. I was meal prepping about a week ago when I had the biggest craving for vanilla. That doesn’t usually happen often so I figured why not indulge, use one of my Vanilla Spice Protein REBBL Elixirs and get to work? no bake protein bites, no bake protein balls, no bake energy bites, no bake oatmeal bites, vegan no bake energy balls, meet the source, rebbl, essence eats, buzzfeed food, feed feed, feed feed vegan, food blogger, vegan food blogger, holistic, holistic nutrition, lupus, holistic health, adaptogens, adaptogenic dessert

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Health & Nutritional Benefits

Here are some of the nutrition & health benefits of the raw ingredients in this recipe:

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You can tweak the ingredients as you’re making these bites to your preference. I added extra cinnamon, coconut flakes and a pinch extra vanilla for a little more sweet than nutty flavor. These bites came out extremely moist due to the REBBL Vanilla Spice Protein Elixir. If you find your batch too wet, just add more ground rolled oats to soak up the excess moisture.no bake protein bites, no bake protein balls, no bake energy bites, no bake oatmeal bites, vegan no bake energy balls, meet the source, rebbl, essence eats, buzzfeed food, feed feed, feed feed vegan, food blogger, vegan food blogger, holistic, holistic nutrition, lupus, holistic health, adaptogens, adaptogenic dessertno bake protein bites, no bake protein balls, no bake energy bites, no bake oatmeal bites, vegan no bake energy balls, meet the source, rebbl, essence eats, buzzfeed food, feed feed, feed feed vegan, food blogger, vegan food blogger, holistic, holistic nutrition, lupus, holistic health, adaptogens, adaptogenic dessertno bake protein bites, no bake protein balls, no bake energy bites, no bake oatmeal bites, vegan no bake energy balls, meet the source, rebbl, essence eats, buzzfeed food, feed feed, feed feed vegan, food blogger, vegan food blogger, holistic, holistic nutrition, lupus, holistic health, adaptogens, adaptogenic dessert

If you’re in the mood for chocolate you can try my No Bake Dark Chocolate Energy Hemp Bites! Do you like pumpkin spice and everything nice? Then check out my girl @MyCandiShoppe’s Pumpkin Spice Energy Bites!  Let me know if you try this recipe!

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Instructions
  1. Add dates to a food processor and pulse/mix until small bites remain or a ball forms. Scoop out and set aside.
  2. Add walnuts to the food processor and pulse into a fine meal. Then add rolled oats, chia seeds, hemp seeds, flaxseed meal and sea salt. Pulse a few more times to combine. (Make sure you don't overmix or the walnuts will turn into butter.)
  3. Add the dates back in along with the nut butter & REBBL Vanilla Spice Protein elixir. Mix/pulse to combine. The result should be a moist dough-like mixture. If too wet, add a bit more rolled oats or hemp seeds. If too dry add more nut or seed butter.
  4. Refrigerate for 10 minutes. Then scoop out rounded tablespoon amounts and carefully form into balls. I used my hands and had no problem forming the balls. The amount of bites depends on how big or small you roll them.
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