So good. Yield: 24 servings Total Time: 12 Minutes Print: 8.5x11 . I start with Simple Truth Organic Peanut Butter, oats, flaxseed, and strawberry jelly. These are the protein easiest, quickest snacks you’ll ever make and they are made with a classic combo! This is a vegan recipe. Dietary Interests: Vitamix Whole Food Differentiated Approved, Vegetarian, Vegan, No Added Sugar, Low Sodium, Low Cholesterol, Gluten-Free. Course: Snack. Submitted By: Vitamix. Peanut Butter + Jelly Energy Bites 1 cup rolled oats1/4 cup chia seeds1/4 cup ground flax seedspinch of kosher salt1/2 cup natural peanut butter1/4 cup maple syrup1/3 cup dried cherries (chopped) Combine all ingredients Sweet, chewy and creamy, and flecked with crunchy peanut pieces. Cuisine: Gluten-free, Vegan, Vegetarian. They were a little sticky at first, but placing the batter in the freezer for 20 minutes helps you mold into balls a lot more easily. Yep that’s right, you can make them with zero fancy equipment. Enjoy this fun twist on energy bites with a sweet and salty flavor combination. Peanut Butter & Jelly Energy Balls. Proteins – Osmosis . These delicious peanut butter date energy balls are made without a food processor! How to Make Peanut Butter Oatmeal Energy Balls. Very peanut buttery and filled with sweet strawberry jelly. This recipe uses amaranth instead of oats for the base. About Protein Balls. Peanut Butter & Jelly Energy Balls. These peanut butter and jelly protein balls kick your diet into high gear and deliver the amazing flavor you deserve! Feel free to use your favorite flavor of jelly. Here are my step-by-step instructions: STEP 1: In a large bowl combine rolled oats, chia seeds (or flaxseed), peanut butter, honey and optional chocolate chips. I used Simple Truth jelly, but Kroger store brand is also a great option. These energy balls taste exactly like the good old pb&j toasts locked into little bite-sized treats. Ingredients. Chilling Time 1 hr. I don’t think peanut butter and jelly will ever go out of style. Prep Time 10 mins. Total Time 1 hr 10 mins. Soft, chewy peanut butter balls with an explosion of strawberry jam inside—this is the perfect back-to-school snack for kids, or for you on a busy workday. Peanut butter: I used a creamy, natural peanut butter for this recipe. Add in 2 tablespoons of non-dairy milk and mix until batter is well coated. Author: Misia Ludwik. These peanut butter and jelly energy bites taste just like the classic you love! Jelly: I used a strawberry rhubarb jelly for this recipe and it was incredible! These no-bake energy balls are actually super easy to make and can be done entirely in one bowl! They’re loaded with crunchy peanut butter, swirls of jelly and healthy add ins like oats and chia seeds! This recipe was originally published in August 2018 – I’ve since updated the photos for a fresh look! Servings: 10 energy balls.