Healthy Maven Pecan Pie Energy Balls Calories

Healthy Maven Pecan Pie Energy Balls Calories, Carbs

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Healthy Maven - Pecan Pie Energy Balls calories, carbs & nutrition facts MyFitnessPal Healthy Maven Healthy Maven - Pecan Pie Energy Balls Serving Size : 1 ball 67 Cal 40% 6g Carbs 60% 4g Fat 0% -- Protein Track macros, calories, and more with MyFitnessPal. Join for free! Daily Goals How does this food fit into your daily goals?

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Pecan Pie Energy Balls (No Bake Fit Foodie Finds

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Add the pitted dates to the food processor and process them until they turn into a paste. Combine ingredients. Add the rest of the ingredients to the food processor and pulse the ingredients together. Form balls. When the ingredients begin to form a ball in the food processor they are ready to be formed.

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Pecan Pie Energy Balls Up And Alive

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These pecan pie energy balls are made with only five ingredients and are a healthier choice than the real thing. Cook Time 0 minutes Total …

1. First, drain the dates. Reserve the water in case it’s needed.
2. In a small food processor, combine the dates, vanilla, and coconut cream.
3. Process until smooth paste forms. Scrape the paste into a bowl. Add the pecans into the food processor and pulse until mostly ground or ground into a fine powder (depending on your preferences and how smooth you want the balls).
4. Add the pecans and remaining ingredients into the bowl with the date paste.

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Pecan Pie Energy Balls (Vegan & GlutenFree) Lindsay …

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Add 1 cup pecans, dates, cinnamon, vanilla and salt to a food processor and blend into a paste, stopping throughout to scrape down the sides as needed.

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Cake Batter Energy Balls The Healthy Maven

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Instructions. Add coconut to food processor and process for 5 mins, scraping down the sides as needed. Alternatively, skip this step and use a 1/4 cup of coconut butter – not coconut oil. Add in dates in process until broken up …

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Pecan Pie Energy Bites Running On Real Food

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Step by Step Instructions. Step 1. Add all the ingredients to food processor. Step 2. Blend everything into a thick, sticky dough you can easily press together between your fingers. Quick Tip: If the mixture is too crumbly to …

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Pecan Pie Energy Balls The Healthy Maven Energy Ball Recipe

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Try these healthy 3-ingredient Pecan Pie Energy Balls that are ready in minutes and perfect for healthy snacking on the run. Oct 5, 2015 - Want the delicious taste of Pecan Pie without having to turn on your oven? Try these healthy 3-ingredient Pecan Pie Energy Balls that are ready in minutes and perfect for healthy snacking on the run. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When the auto …

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Pecan Pie Energy Balls Recipe – Ancient Nutrition Dr. Axe

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Pecan Pie Energy Balls Ancient Nutrition Share Watch on Nutrition Calories 130, Carbs 10.4 grams, Fiber 1.7 grams, Sugar 8.3 grams, Fat 7.4 grams, Unsaturated Fat 5.5 grams, Saturated Fat 1.4 grams, Protein 6.7 grams, Sodium 90 milligrams pdp-recipe recipes Featured Product Bone Broth Protein Powder Vanilla (20 Servings) $49.95 Shop

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Healthy Maven (Blog Recipe) Matcha Energy Balls Calories, Carbs

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Healthy Maven (Blog Recipe) - Matcha Energy Balls calories, carbs & nutrition facts MyFitnessPal Healthy Maven (Blog Recipe) Healthy Maven (Blog Recipe) - Matcha Energy Balls Serving Size : 1 batch 880 Cal 55% 136g Carbs 36% 40g Fat 9% 23g Protein Track macros, calories, and more with MyFitnessPal. Join for free! Daily Goals

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Pecan Pie Energy Balls Live Naturally Magazine

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Instructions. Place pecans in a food processor and pulse until in fine pieces. Add protein powder and sea salt, pulsing until well combined. Add dates, honey, oil and vanilla, and process until combined and sticky. Form into ball shapes and refrigerate for 1 hour.

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Vegan Pecan Pie Protein Balls Made With Pecan Butter (No Bake)

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Calories 93 kcal Ingredients 2 T Pecan Butter 1 T Coconut Flour 2 T Protein Powder 1 T Molasses 1-2 T Chopped Pecans Instructions Mix all ingredients together. Add more coconut flour (only a teaspoon at a time) if the dough is too soft, add a teaspoon or more of water, or almond milk if the dough is too thick***

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The Healthy Maven No Bake Almond Joy Energy Balls Calories, …

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the Healthy Maven - No Bake Almond Joy Energy Balls calories, carbs & nutrition facts MyFitnessPal the Healthy Maven the Healthy Maven - No Bake Almond Joy Energy Balls Serving Size : 1 Tbsp 58 Cal 47% 7g Carbs 46% 3g Fat 7% 1g Protein Track macros, calories, and more with MyFitnessPal. Join for free! Daily Goals

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Can you freeze pecan pie balls for energy?

Form 15 balls with the dough then chill the balls in a freezer for an hour before eating. 7. Pecan Pie Energy Balls Although it’s hard for us, we know it’s not always about protein, so here’s a recipe to top up on those all-important healthy carbs for an extra burst of energy.

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