No Bake Marie Biscuit Energy Bites Recipe
These no baked biscuit and peanut butter energy bites make the perfect snack for evening or when you are craving something sweet. Try this delicious recipe and it will become a family favourite.
No Bake Marie Biscuit Energy Bites is a tasty and healthy sweet that you would want to try. This way you can avoid buying those adulterated sweets as well. Other than being a great snack, this energy bites can also be made during the festival season as a healthy sweet.
This recipe is very simple to make and is very healthy too. If you want energy bites after your workout sessions, then this is the best one for you. This recipe can be made up in a jiffy with easily available ingredients.
They are a perfect after school kids snack. It gives energy and nutrition. You can even store them in the fridge and they stay good for a few days. Peanut butter with biscuits taste really good. Sesame seeds are a powerhouse of nutrients and No Bake Marie Biscuit Energy Bites are a good way to add sesame seeds in yours and your families diet.
Other similar recipes that you can try are:
- Healthy Oatmeal Energy Bar With Dates & Nuts Recipe
- No Bake Oats Energy Bites Recipe
- Millet Energy Bites With Almonds, Dates And Coconut Recipe
- 1 cup Marie Biscuit , powdered
- 1/2 cup Peanut Butter , melted
- 1/3 cup Honey
- 1 teaspoon Coconut Oil
- 1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Extract , (essence)
- 1/4 cup Sesame seeds (Til seeds) , dry roasted
How to make No Bake Marie Biscuit Energy Bites Recipe
To begin making the No Bake Marie Biscuit Energy Bites, in a mixing bowl, add marie biscuit powder, peanut butter, honey, coconut oil and vanilla essence.
Mix well to combine. Pinch small portions out of the biscuit and peanut mixture and roll to make small balls.
Put the sesame seeds onto a plate and roll the biscuit balls in the sesame seeds.
Keep the No Bake Marie Biscuit Energy Bites in the freezer for an hour.
After an hour take it out and serve the No Bake Marie Biscuit Energy Bites as a healthy snack.
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