Energy bite being drizzled with dark chocolate syrup
Desserts and Snacks

15 minute No-Bake Energy Bites Recipe


What could be better than a no-bake recipe you ask, well how about one full of healthy fats, whole ingredients with no refined sugars. This keto fat bomb recipe is made with just 5 ingredients for a naturally vegan and gluten-free treat. The best keto dessert recipe for easy no-bake energy bites. And the best part is that they are always a kid favourite treat!

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Straight view of a no bake keto energy bite being drizzled with dark chocolate syrup. the best fat bomb recipe

A keto fat bomb recipe

If you have been here a while you know I don’t normally follow any kind of fad diet. We eat a well-balanced whole food diet without excluding food groups. However, getting a good amount of healthy fats, especially for children, is an essential part of a healthy diet. Fats are an important step in nutrient absorption. It is essential for hormone production, maintaining good cell membranes, brain development and so much more.

And NO I am not talking about eating fats from eggs and bacon! sorry..

Healthy fats come from eating whole food ingredients. Like the ones found in these no bake energy balls.! The perfect fat bomb recipe. Made with walnuts, avocado and hemp seeds. So please don’t fear fats, especially healthy ones. They should be a part of your everyday diet!

Just one quick thing. This is a great recipe for those who need a grain-free dessert. And especially if you need a gluten free dessert recipe. When my son first went gluten free I made it a point to try and only make things that were naturally gluten-free to eliminate the need to use fillers or gums while his gut was healing. If you are curious about that you can check out this post ” Discovering and healing gut damage“.

A nutricious kid-friendly snack recipe

While these no bake energy bites are decadent enough to be served as a truffle, they also make an easy healthy snack for the kiddos! Even my picky eater loved these! And they are naturally sweetened with dates and loaded with healthy fats.

I know I mentioned this above, but healthy fats are such an important part of a child’s diet. Not only are they essential for brain development, but they are key to nutrient absorption and so much more! But make sure you choose healthy fats from whole food ingredients. Not processed oils or fried foods. Like the fats found in this keto fat bomb recipe, lol. Like what I did there…

How to make these no-bake energy bites

OK enough convincing you these are healthy and stuff… if nothing else eat these no bake energy balls because they are frickin delicious! But how do you make these you ask, and how long will it take. Well read on!!

So the NO BAKE part of this recipe means you wont be baking anything. This recipe is made in 15 minutes using a food processor (yes NO MESSY BOWLS!!! So go ahead and call the kids because by the time they come these balls are made!

So first thing first just dump all your ingredients into the food processor..check!

a marble table with ingredients to make fat bomb keto energy balls. Bowls of walnuts, avocado, cocoa powder, dates and hemp seed
Energy bites ingredients
Top down view of energy bites dough in a food processor to make the best keto dessert recipe
Energy bites dough

Then process for about 3 minutes.

Then taking a spoon or small ice cream scooper roll them into balls with your hands. Drop them into a plate of cocoa powder and roll them around. And that is all she wrote! You now have the best keto dessert recipe EVER (sorry I got carried away, lol but they are pretty delicious)

You can eat them as but they are best after cooling in the fridge for about an hour. OR, you could freeze them for an extra special treat. They taste amazing cold! I mean I think so but my middle guy Avery likes them room temp (cue eye roll).

No bake keto energy balls being rolled out for the best fat bomb dessert recipe
Rolling the dough into bites
No bake energy bites being rolled in cocoa powder
Energy bites being rolled in cocoa powder
plate full of no bake keto fat bomb energy balls rolled in cocoa. the best keto dessert recipe
Balls all rolled out

Oh and the chocolate syrup photographed in this recipe was for effect. However, if you want to top your energy balls with them its super easy to make.

Warm up 1/4 cup of plant milk (oat works well) until it is almost boiling (30-60 ish sec in the microwave). Then add about 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips. Let it sit for a minute then stir. You can dip or drizzle them on top of your energy bites to make it extra fancy!

keto fat bomb energy balls being drizzled with chocolate syrup
cocoa energy balls covered with chocolate sauce

The best no bake keto dessert recipe

Like I mentioned before, I am not one for following fad diets or eliminating food groups. However, I can appreciate that some people need to follow a certain diet. We were on a grain-free diet for a long time after Jaden got diagnosed. And I appreciated food bloggers who pointed out recipes that were paleo or keto for me.

So yes these no bake energy bites are a keto friendly recipe. Mostly because of the fat bomb ingredients they have! But they are also whole 30 friendly too.

To make this recipe a whole 30 dessert just eliminating the maple syrup. I actually used to make them this way but then my kiddos became syrup fiends that is all she wrotet…. haha The maple syrup obsession is a real issue here actually! But seriously they are delicious even without the syrup! The dates add enough sweetness for this recipe to works well.

A bowl of the best keto fat bomb recipe with balls of vegan truffles and chocolate syrup

I hope you enjoyed the recipe for these no bake energy balls. If you are looking for more easy dessert recipe check out these:

And If you make this recipe please like and comment, that would mean a lot to me! And tag me ( with your re-creations so I can share it over on Instagram!

Until then, tchau

No bake keto energy bites recipe

No bake easy vegan truffle recipe. Loaded with healthy fats making this a keto friendly recipe. This gluten-free dessert comes together super easily and is a perfect kid approved and family snack idea. Pop into the fridge or freezer for an extra special treat.
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine Gluten-free, Vegan
Servings 12 balls
Calories 118 kcal


  • Food processor


  • 1 cup walnuts
  • 5 medjool dates pitted
  • ½ avocado
  • 1 tbsp hemp seeds
  • 1 tbsp cocoa powder (plus 1 cup for rolling)
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup


  • Into a food processor add in all the ingredients and process until a dough forms.
  • Remove the blade and then with a spoon scoop out about 2 tbs of the dough and roll it between your hands to form into a ball.
  • Place 1 cup of the cocoa powder into a shallow bowl or plate and roll each ball in the powder until it is coated. Then roll again and place on a clean plate. Once all the dough is rolled you can eat them right away or place in a airtight container in the fridge or freezer


* will last 5 days in the fridge and 1 month in the freezer. Enjoy!
Keyword energy balls, keto dessert, no bake dessert, no bake energy balls



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