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Chocolate Chip Cookie Energy Bites

Healthy chocolate chip cookie dough? Count me IN! These Chocolate Chip Cookie Energy Bites are so chocolate-y, delicious and are a great recipe to make with the kiddos!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Energy Bites

 Chocolate Chip Cookie Energy Bites

Loaded with fiber, protein, and natural sugars, these bites make for a great energy-boosting on-the-go snack! 

 

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Energy Bites

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Energy Bites

 

 

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Energy Bites


Yields 4
Prep Time 5 min

Total Time 5 minutes



Author: Lexi
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Directions

  • In a food processor, pulse dates, almonds, protein powder, flax, chai, vanilla, and 1 tablespoon chocolate chips until a ball forms. Should take about 2-3 minutes.
  • Remove food processor bowl. Mix in the rest of the chocolate chips with a spatula.
  • Form mixture into equal sized balls and store in the fridge.
  • Optional: Melt additional 3 tablespoons of chocolate chips until smooth. Drizzle melted chocolate over protein bites.

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    May 24, 2013

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    12 responses to “Chocolate Chip Cookie Energy Bites”

    1. Jen says:

      These are delicious! I made these and a couple other treats the other day.. The Chocolate Chip Cookie Protein Bites and the Chocolate Almond Fudge Bites are definitely my favorite! Highly reccommend! I made these as a healthier version of cake pops – half dipped in dark chocolate with some sprinkles and voila! Big hit with everyone.

    2. I love all things no bake. These look amazing and I can’t wait to try them!

    3. Sonia suarez says:

      Hii! I would like to do this recipe but im from dominican republic and i dont know what is medjool dates!? And if i can substitute that with anthing else, here is really hard to find ingredients if they are complicated! Thanks! And i love your page! It has helped me a lot

    4. Beth says:

      Made a batch of these cookie dough bites tonight. Yum!

      Just like with other homemade Lara Bar recipes (since these are essentially Lara Bar Bites), I find that you really have to let them process in the food processor for a good 5 minutes. It is ready when it forms a “dough” and sticks together in one big shiny ball! Since these have the added protein powder (which is an added dry element), I did have to process a bit longer than regular Lara Bars to get it to form a dough.

      I used 1 scoop of protein powder and that was fine for my tastes. Did not drizzle additional chocolate because I didn’t want to dirty a saucepan or bowl, but if I made these for company I would go the extra step for the drizzle because it really takes them up a notch in presentation.

    5. Sheila Rixon says:

      Just made a batch of these! They are fantastic! I only had deglet dates, which are a lot dryer, so I added about 2TBS melted coconut oil. I also used the vanilla protein powder! Will be a popular snack in the house.

    6. When are the flax and chia seeds added? Did not see that in the written directions.

    7. Beverly Cook says:

      I’m confused…how is this Paleo with the Enjoy Life’s mini chocolate chips? The first ingredient on the chips is ‘cane sugar’?

    8. DIana says:

      can other nuts be used in place of almonds, and in same amounts? Thanks, love your recipes 🙂

    9. Kris says:

      What is the serving size for this?

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