These five ingredient no bake peanut butter chocolate chip bites are easy to throw together and make such a perfectly healthy snack in a snap! These dough bites take less than 2 minutes to make and are packed with healthy fats and protein. Plus made with stevia for the sweetness making them a low sugar snack option. If you love peanut butter with a little chocolate and a touch of sweetness you’ll love these.
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We couldn’t wait to share these AMAZING peanut butter protein balls (that taste like a a mix between cookie dough and a peanut butter cup) since sharing our oat-free almond butter energy bites a few weeks ago.
We had to have a peanut butter version too, right? This recipe is for all peanut butter lovers.
You only need 5 ingredients to make these super quick peanut butter bites. Loaded with peanut butter flavor.
This recipe has our mom’s name written all over it.
- Chocolate. Check.
- Peanut butter. Check.
- Easy to make. Check.
5 ingredient no bake low sugar protein peanut butter chocolate chip bites
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We know a lot of you like more stevia based recipes so we created this just for you. It is sweetened with stevia!
Healthy protein-packed peanut butter balls that taste like a peanut butter cup cookie dough. No sugar added, low carb, full of healthy fats, grain free and gluten free.
Using stevia allowed this recipe to be low in sugar as we can’t say sugar free due to the chocolate chips.
Best of all this is a raw bite recipe without a food processor or blender involved in the process. All you need is a bowl, a spoon or spatula and some arm strength for stirring.
No bake gluten-free, vegan, low sugar peanut butter chocolate chip energy bites
Few notes about the ingredients.
You can use any nut or seed butter of your liking.
You can use any protein powder of your liking, just note make sure it is one you like the flavor as you will taste it. Or do all coconut flakes or gelatin if not a fan of protein power.
You can use any milk or non-dairy alternative of your liking to replace coconut milk. Also about the coconut milk, we usually use canned coconut milk but had cartoon coconut milk on hand.
If you are in the market for a low sugar snack make sure to give this recipe a try.
Happy peanut butter ball making.
Let us know if you give it a try. Snap a photo and sure to tag @purelytwins #purelytwins on Instagram or leave a comment. We love seeing your creations!
Do you like stevia based recipes? Do you like chocolate with peanut butter?
Lori and Michelle
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