Healthy Muesli and Cranberry Energy Balls

These healthy no-bake muesli and cranberry energy balls is the perfect healthy treat you can gobble up for snacks or even a brekkie. 6-Ingredients, 10 minutes and you have these utterly delicious and filling energy balls ready to pack and pop-in. Oh guess what? The muesli has millets in it, so it’s even more easy to indulge!

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I love energy balls! I mean, it is so easy to throw in a few ingredients in a bowl, mix it and roll it into balls/bars and just pop it in. How simple is that? Also, the fact that I love muesli in energy balls makes it all the more delicious.

I’m constantly on the look out for improving and creating something new and fun with the ingredients in my kitchen and that fact that I love making simple treats excites the hell out of me. So when I stumbled on to Soulfull’s range of muesli, I instantly took a liking to them.

These energy balls were made using Soulfull’s Crunchy Millet Muesli and the best part is that they take minimal prep time. The crunchy rolled oats with toasted almonds, chewy green raisins and whole wheat flakes make it a perfect treat for breakfast as is. But when you end up making energy balls out of these muesli grains, you’ll know why it is the best thing to eat when hunger pangs strike you.

Back in 2013, at the food blogger’s meet, Soulfull had shared the Ragi choco fills as a giveaway to all the bloggers. Even now the taste remains the same are they’re super addictive! I almost emptied the packet just by popping in a few fills now and then. They’re perfect as a snack.

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These naturally sweetened, no bake treats takes all of 10 minutes to throw together the ingredients and mix it. Filled with nutrient rich stuff that nourishes your body, it is such a blessing when you’re travelling or pack it as a snack into your box at work, school or wherever. I call these Healthy Portable Snacks.

The cranberries add a slight tang while the gojiberries give it a chewy texture along with the coconut and other ingredients.

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What’s in store for you in these energy balls:

  • They’re super easy to make
  • Chewy and crunchy
  • Loaded with fiber
  • It is studded with cranberry and gojiberries
  • Has Chia seeds too!
  • Lasts for more than a week when packed in an airtight container
  • And most of all it is Super healthy and Vegan!

Whatever flavor you’re feeling, we’ve got you covered with more protein bite recipes than you’ll know what to do with.

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This post is made in collaboration with Soulfull Foods

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Muesli and Cranberry Energy Balls
These no-bake muesli and cranberry energy balls is the perfect healthy treat you can gobble up for snacks or even a brekkie. 6-Ingredients, 10 minutes and you have these utterly delicious and filling energy balls ready to pack and pop-in.
Muesli and Cranberry Energy Balls - slurpy platter-1
Muesli and Cranberry Energy Balls
These no-bake muesli and cranberry energy balls is the perfect healthy treat you can gobble up for snacks or even a brekkie. 6-Ingredients, 10 minutes and you have these utterly delicious and filling energy balls ready to pack and pop-in.
Servings Prep Time
12-15Balls 10Minutes
Servings Prep Time
12-15Balls 10Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. To begin making the muesli and cranberry energy balls, gather all the ingredients in a bowl and mix them together until you can hold them firmly with your palm (that's how you check the consistency of the mixture).
  2. Slightly grease your palms with coconut oil and start rolling them into bite sized balls. Leave them in the refrigerator for 20-30 minutes to firm up more. Enjoy once they are firm enough.
  3. Store them in an airtight container and you can leave it on the kitchen counter for up to a week or 10 days.
Recipe Notes
  • If the energy balls start to crumble add a tsp more of jaggery syrup and oil so that they bind together.
  • You could replace cranberries with dried and candied amla as well 🙂 But the cranberries give it a slight tang that makes this dish special.


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