From the hummingbird kitchens to yours
My hubby has been trying to eat clean for a couple of years now, which means I’ve become very familiar with all things nutritious. As a result, my fridge is always stocked with flax seeds and chia seeds, which are packed with anti-inflammatory omega-3’s. This recipe for energy balls contains both “superfoods” and is easy to make and surprisingly tasty. They make for a great portable snack or can be an option for breakfast on the go. My kids even like them, thanks to the chocolate chips. I actually make an even healthier (although much more bland) version for my hubby by leaving out the honey and chocolate. If you choose to do this, just know that you won’t be able to shape the “dough” into balls because the mixture won’t be sticky enough, but you can eat it with a spoon.
Tell me, have you ever tried flax seeds or chia seeds? If so, what recipes do you use them in?
No-Bake Energy Balls
About the author: Married to the first man she ever kissed, Liwen Y. Ho had no idea how to be a wife when she got married in 2001. The first thing she realized she needed to learn to do? Cook! Determined to provide her family with healthier meals (in as little time as possible!), she’s always on the hunt for easy, affordable, and delicious recipes. Liwen looks forward to sharing what she finds with you.