Blueberry Chia Energy Bites

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Preparation Time 10 minutes Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 8 (16 bites) Cost Per Serving $0.58
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1 1/2 cupLarge Flake or Quick Oats
1 cupFrozen Blueberries
1/4 cupChia Seeds
2 tbspAlmond Butter (or any nut butter)
6Dates (pits removed)
1/2 tspCinnamon


  1. Place the oats and chia seeds in a food processor and pulse until mostly ground.
  2. Add remaining ingredients and pulse until well combine. You may need to stop and scrap down the sides with a spoon a few times until it is well mixed together.
  3. Using a spoon, roll about 2 tbsp of the mixture into a ball and place on a tray lined with parchment paper.
  4. These will keep in the fridge about 3 days, or freeze for long storage.


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·         All cells in our body, including cancer cells, use sugar (glucose) from the bloodstream for fuel. That blood sugar comes from all carbohydrate containing foods. These include wholesome and healthful vegetables, fruit, whole grains, and low fat-dairy sources. Some glucose also comes from protein.

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