Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites

September 12, 2014 by Jenny Melrose
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I’ve had a ton of people ask me why, you would want to give kids energy bites because they have enough energy as it is.  My favorite part about energy bites is that they’re not just meant for kids and an energy bite is not like giving someone a sip of red bull.  It’s just a healthy snack that has ingredients that will keep you going.  After the success of Brianne’s Caramel Apple Energy Balls with both of my girls, I knew I had to create a new one.  These Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites are the perfect healthy snack to get you in the Fall mood for pumpkin picking and cold weather.

Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites

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  • Jayleen Zotti

    These look delicious! I have pureed pumpkin in my freezer pre-measured into one cup bags … how perfect is that?!

  • Kim

    Is there a way I can make these without the almonds? Nut allergies over here.

  • Keri

    Could you substitute dates for the died plums?

  • Lizzie

    How long can these be stored in the fridge?

  • Amy@theidearoom

    I am always looking for ways to get more energy! Trying these out! Thanks for sharing! Pinned!

  • Carrie Perrins

    I just found your site through google+. I am your newest follower. I think these pumpkin energy bites… sound delicious!
    Pinned them to my pumpkin everything board.

  • A.M.

    These were not good. I made them using sunflower seeds instead of almonds as a sub for nut allergy. They tasted bland and I could not pick up much of the pumpkin taste.

  • Miki

    Well, tried the pumpkin energy balls. Recipe failed miserably! It was too dry for the food processor, so had to add water. Not enough honey, nor spices, which I added more of…because it was bland otherwise. And, tried to roll the balls. Ha! Much too sticky. Had to use a spoon to drop onto parchment paper. Let’s see if it actually stays put and can be eating once it gets cold. Not recommended at all!

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