These salted caramel balls are made with dates,almond flour as main ingredients. I coated the balls with coconut flakes, you can use any nut powder of your choice or you can even coat them with chocolate to make them even more irresistible.
Salted Caramel Energy Balls | Date Energy Balls
These Salted Caramel Energy Bites look like a decadent dessert but they are actually very healthy and nutritious! They are perfect snack on the go.
They are pack-able and gives you little boost of energy while satisfying sweet tooth in a hearty way.
These rich and gooey salted caramel date energy balls are the best. Medjool dates are naturally sweet and provide the perfect caramel flavor in this salted caramel energy balls.
The dates aren’t just useful for their sweetness. Medjool dates are also nutrient-rich with their potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamin B6, and calcium content.
Here is the video tutorial of the recipe. If you have any queries ask me in the comments below, I would be happy to help!
- 15 Rounds
- Prep time: 30 Minutes|Cook time: 0 Minutes|Total time: 30 Minutes
- In a food processor add shredded coconut and pulse for 3-4 times until you get finer texture.
- Then add almond flour, Date,almond butter,ghee/coconut oil along with a good pinch of salt and blend everything well. I used regular salt you can any salt you prefer.
- Blend everything well, Give this mixture a taste if you need add a tbsp of honey to it and again blend well.
- Then take small portion out of the mixture and roll small rounds with greased hands. Coat each ball in grated coconut and store them in a airtight container in the fridge for 15 days.
- Nutrition Facts Serving size: rounds Servings: 15
- Amount per serving
- Calories 121
- % Daily Value*
- Total Fat 6.5g 8%
- Saturated Fat 2.4g 12%
- Cholesterol 5mg 2%
- Sodium 79mg 3%
- Total Carbohydrate 16.4g 6%
- Dietary Fiber 2.4g 9%
- Total Sugars 12.8g
- Protein 2g
- Vitamin D 0mcg 0%
- Calcium 19mg 1%
- Iron 1mg 5%
- Potassium 130mg 3%
- *The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calorie a day is used for general nutrition advice.