I have a feeling that my readers will love this Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Energy Balls recipe that I am sharing with you today! Bet you can’t eat just one of these. I will admit that I probably had too many but they were so dang good I couldn’t stop popping these energy balls in my mouth! If you are looking for a delicious gluten-free snack then look no further. I have you covered with this energy ball recipe!
Today I have compiled this list of gluten-free food that I am just dying to try! I searched high and low on Amazon to bring you a list of my top 10 favorites that are on my wishlist. Many of these items are also paleo and keto-friendly and you can easily incorporate these gluten-free items into your healthy diet and lifestyle.
Wondering how I naturally obtained this lovely shade of hot pink in my bowl of nice-cream (vegan ice-cream)?? Easy! I owe it all to the cactus pear. The flesh of a cactus pear, when combined with a banana, will give you this gorgeous magenta hue. This is a healthy dessert that will most definitely make your child excited for a yummy treat that is naturally sweet from nature with no added sugars. Other ingredients in this frozen treat are frozen pomegranate, two frozen bananas, and some coconut milk. This is a much healthier alternative to tradtional ice-cream and I always enjoy creating this and serving it at home. Super simple and easy to do too!
I am so happy to be an Ambassador to this great company Thunderbird Bars. Now is the time for me to spread the word about these amazing bars to my readers. I want to let you in on a little secret... these bars are amazeballs! The best thing about them is that they are all natural and made with REAL FOOD ingredients: fruits, nuts, seeds, and spices. If you are vegan, following a paleo diet, and are looking for a no-added-sugar treat, Thunderbird Bars are for you! You have to trust me on this, these bars are an excellent snack and they are especially great while on-the-go and the hunger hits you. I have been eating these for the past month now and I feel the need to encourage you to give them a whirl!
There are so many ways you can make your own granola bars at home. Making my own is a fun, rewarding experience for me. I ask my 8-year-old daughter, Chloe, to help with the stirring because she has some good muscles for her age and you really have to give them a big stir with the spatula.
For these granola bites I used gluten-free ingredients and also paleo-friendly ingredients. No sugar was added to these, they are naturally sweet from the Medjool dates and raw honey. These are a great snack that you can just grab and go.
Ingredients for the oats:
1 cup of gluten-free oats (I used Bob's Red Mill Quick Cooking Oats) 1 cup of dairy-free milk (I used Pacific OrganicsÂ Unsweetened Vanilla Hemp Milk) 1 tablespoon of pure maple syrup Ingredients for the jam:
1 1/2 cups fresh berries (I used raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries) 2 tablespoons of chia seeds 1 tablespoon of raw honey splash of fresh lemon juice Ingredients for the almond butter:
1 1/2 cup raw almonds Tablespoon ofÂ coconut oilÂ Tablespoon of raw honey A teaspoon of pure vanilla extract