Introduction: Accidentally Vegan: Clean Energy Bites

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I used to be a raw foodist, due to GI issues. I was sort of accidentally vegan because of that, but aside from that was never really into vegan cooking.

Whether or not you are, this recipe will change how you think about vegan food -- seriously! Forget bland and lack-lustre "clean" eating -- these cookies/energy bites will have you gobbling them up and asking for more!

Step 1: Mix. Bake. Eat. Yes, It's That Easy.

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Tara, a talented, clean-cooking, glowing-skinned colleague, who spoils us all with her home-baked goods on a regular basis, made these and brought them into my work, where I promptly devoured them. She has kindly given me permission to share this with you (she rocks!).

Tara’s Awesome Clean Energy Bites

  • two bananas
  • 1 c. oats
  • 1/4 c. peanut butter (all-natural)
  • 1/4 c. chocolate chips (or berries)

Mix all together and spoon onto a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees and cool. (The energy bites will still look a bit damp. That’s ok.) Eat. Revel in your health!

See? Was that not easy? And, more importantly, tasty? Mmm...I want another one now!


DeandrasCrafts (author)2014-09-23

These do seem easy! We've been trying to incorporate "healthier" food into our home and these might satisfy my craving for cookies. Thanks for sharing!

Thanks! They really are easy. And tasty! The batch I made lasted less than 12 hours. :)

MsSweetSatisfaction (author)2014-09-22

Mmmm sounds so tasty, also probably packs a nice protein punch! Thanks for sharing!

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Bio: I’m a self-trained cook, cooking (and blogging about it!) for myself and my husband in our condo. Cue the cozy domesticity!
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