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Paleo Pumpkin Power Balls

Michelle Alley

TOTAL TIME:10 min

These energy bites remind me of pumpkin pie! I love making power balls to have on hand for a quick snack or to satisfy my sweet tooth. These are no-bake, little bites of deliciousness. You can make a batch really quickly, then keep them in the fridge for when a craving hits. If you are struggling to roll the pumpkin power balls, just chill them prior to rolling.

PREP TIME:10 min
COOK TIME:0 min
TOTAL TIME:10 min
SERVES:24
Ingredients

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          Nutrition per serving
          60 CALS
          2 G
          4 G
          4.5 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          60
          from Fat
          40
          Total Fat
          4.5g
          Saturated Fat
          0g
          Cholesterol
          0mg
          Sodium
          10mg
          Carbohydrate
          4g
          Dietary Fiber
          2g
          Sugar
          2g
          Protein
          2g
          Directions
          1. In a food processor combine all ingredient and blend until a dough forms. 
          2. Roll the dough into tight, small balls.
          3. Refrigerate or freeze, if desired.
          Nutrition per serving
          60 CALS
          2 G
          4 G
          4.5 G
          SEE MORE
          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          60
          from Fat
          40
          Total Fat
          4.5g
          Saturated Fat
          0g
          Cholesterol
          0mg
          Sodium
          10mg
          Carbohydrate
          4g
          Dietary Fiber
          2g
          Sugar
          2g
          Protein
          2g

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