These no bake matcha energy bites taste like a sweet treat that pack a
powerful nutritional punch for a perfect amount of energy.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know that I’m forever trying to beat the 3pm slump.
My body has come to expect some sort of jolt back to reality with a quick fix of caffeine.
On most days, I settle for microwaved coffee.
On other days, I make a delicious matcha latte, but lately I’ve been making matcha
energy bites and let me tell you these little bites not only help me
feel energized, they also pack a pretty powerful nutritional punch.
That, and they taste like a sweet heavenly treat!
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The dates make these bites sweet, while not overpowering the matcha flavor.
If you’re looking for something yummy and on the go, make these delicious matcha energy bites,
and keep them in the fridge for when the slump hour strikes.
How to Make Protein Energy Balls with Matcha
Add dates, peanut butter, chia and flaxseed mix, coconut oil and 1 Kiwami Greens packet
or 2 tbsp of matcha powder in a food processor.
Blend until the mixture is relatively blended. Take out the blade.
Then gather small bites of “batter” by hand and roll into a ball.
If the mixture falls apart, refrigerate for 15 minutes and try again.
Empty another packet of Kiwami Greens or pour a tablespoon of matcha powder into a bowl
and roll each bite in the powder, and then top with extra coconut shavings.
Eat immediately or store in the fridge to enjoy later!
Matcha Green Tea Energy Bites
- 6 pitted dates
- 1/2 cup peanut or almond butter
- 1/4 cup chia seeds
- 1 tbsp coconut oil
- 2 tbsp matcha green tea powder
- 1/4 cup finely shredded coconut flakes
- Add dates, peanut butter, chia seed, coconut oil
and 2 tablespoons of green tea powder to a food processor. Mix until the mixture is relatively blended. Take out the blade. Then gather small bites of "batter" by hand and roll into a ball. If the mixture falls apart, refrigerate for 15 minutes and try again.Roll the bites in a mix of green tea matcha powder and coconut flakes to finish. Eat immediately or store in the fridge to enjoy later!
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Thank you Kiwami Greens for sponsoring this post. (visit here for more information)
Kiwami Greens is inspired by Aojiru, a traditional Japanese greens blend made of young barley leaf,
ashitaba and matcha—an incredible powerhouse of vitamins and nutrition.
This Japanese vegetable powder is packed with calcium, vitamins B, C, and E, iron, fiber, and folic and amino acids.