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Pumpkin Energy Bites





Let’s talk energy bites!

Believe it or not, I’ve been cooking since 2013 and I had never made an energy bite until recently. The thought of making one just didn’t capture my curiosity so I never tried one. Years passed and I saw endless recipes for them and I still didn’t see a reason to explore them, until 2022! lol

Why try making energy bites? 

Compared to an energy bite, health bars if you will can pack lots of nutrients, but they also pack lots of sugar and preservatives. Just like everything else, everything is better homemade! Bonus, bites are so easy, and they taste just as good as some store bought option you’d pick up.

The best part? 

The options are endless. You can mix  up the ingredients and tailor the add ins to the season or your liking leaving you never bored. You can throw in various chocolate, spices, dried fruit and the list goes on.




What do I love most? That they are just that good! All you need is a handful of ingredients, they pack protein, fiber, are so filling, affordable, I make mine with stevia sweetened chocolate, this recipe is perfect for the season, you can control how much pumpkin flavor you’d like to impart, it packs real pumpkin, they can be made vegan using something outside of honey, they are the perfect snack, can easily be made in bulk and the list goes on!



If you’re searching for the perfect fall energy bite or are captivated by all things pumpkin, you have to try these new Pumpkin Energy Bites!





Why this recipe is great: 





You can mix up the ingredients 

Perfect for any season

The chocolate is sugar free!





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Pumpkin Energy Bites

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  • Author: Gabrielle
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: 10 Bites or mote 1x


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  1. In a medium size mixing bowl, combine all ingredients and mix well.
  2. With slightly wet hands roll into balls and set on a baking sheet (use a silicone baking mat or wax paper to keep them from sticking.)
  3. Refrigerate for about an hour.
  4. Store in airtight container.
  • Prep Time: 10 mins




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  1. I found this recipe months ago and love it! I make sure I always have some in the freezer ready to go! They are so easy to make and my college aged kids (athletes) choose them over dessert.
    I’ve shared the recipe with others who also love them. I always follow the recipe but one time I didn’t have chocolate chips so I used white chocolate chips and dried cranberries and that worked too!

    1. Gabrielle says:

      Thanks for sharing! I loved this recipe!

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