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Do those two little words ‘no bake’ get anyone else super excited?!

Don’t get me wrong, I love nothing more than a good old cooking and baking session in the kitchen when time is on my side.
But let’s face it, those times can be few and far between for us working Mamas, so I’m always on the lookout for short cuts in the kitchen.

When you can throw a handful of ingredients into a bowl, mix it around, roll it into balls, and stick it in the fridge, life starts to feel easier.

The inspo for these delicious balls of goodness came because my gal oh so does love ‘licking the bowl’.
Always proclaiming how much more she loves my Anzac Biscuits, before they go into the oven.
So why don’t I knock out an entire cooking step I thought, and do the raw thang using a few of our favourite ingredients?
From this, the No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball recipe was born. They make a perfect little after-school energy snack or mama afternoon snack and when you’re in the heat of summer and it’s too hot to turn the oven on!

This recipe makes roughly 17 balls & takes just 5 minutes to prep! 

Ingredients

2 cups rolled oats
¼ cup shredded coconut
⅓ cup raw honey
½ cup peanut butter
2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
¼ cup dark choc chips or chopped 70% dark chocolate
pinch sea salt

Method

1. Mix everything together in a medium bowl.

2. Pop a tablespoon of the mixture into the palm of your hand.

3. Squish it all together

4. Then roll it into ball shape and pop it into a container.

5. Once you have rolled all the mixture store the balls in the fridge


About The Author

Brenda Janschek

Brenda understands the onerous demands that modern life places on women. So she aims to keep things real and simple as she connects through her blog, personal coaching, presentations, popular online programs and delicious recipe eBooks. Brenda is super passionate about helping other busy mums develop and implement healthy nutrition and lifestyle habits that can be easily shared with their families and friends.

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