These amazing matcha balls are nearly fail-proof, even if you have never stepped foot in the kitchen before.
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Matcha Energy Balls
Energy bites are a favorite of mine, and I’ve decided to give the classic recipe a very interesting twist.
Matcha powder is packed with antioxidants and caffeine that will give you a boost of energy, improve brain functions, and will keep you full for hours.
Matcha date balls are the perfect midday snack when you need a healthy pick-me-up.
Why You'll Love Matcha Protein Balls
- Energy boosting with a caffeine hit
- Loaded with antioxidants
- Incredibly easy to make
Matcha Balls Ingredients
To make these delicious matcha balls, you'll only need 9 ingredients:
- Oats (gluten-free)
- Shredded coconut
- Matcha powder - Matcha green tea powder is a great supplement to add to your diet. My favorite is the MATCHA DNA brand which is certified organic with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
- Coconut butter or cream cheese
- Maple syrup (sugar-free) - I recommend Lankanto Sugar Free Maple Syrup which is sweetened with monk fruit. It only contains 1 gram of net carbs per serving and is great in coffee, tea, pancakes, and loads of other keto recipes!
- Vanilla extract
- Sea salt
How To Make Green Tea Matcha Balls
You don't need any skills or special equipment to make these delicious matcha balls. All that's required is a blender or food processor! Follow the steps below to make them:
Add the oats, shredded coconut, matcha powder, cranberries, butter, maple syrup, vanilla extract, nutmeg, and salt to your blender or food processor. Blend all the ingredients together until they're well combined.
Take a serving plate and shape the mixture into bite-sized balls. This recipe makes 20 match balls, but you can easily adjust the recipe if you'd like to make a larger batch.
You can optionally roll the matcha energy balls in extra matcha powder or shredded coconut to garnish.
- In the fridge: Store your matcha balls in an airtight container in the fridge, where they'll keep for up to 2 weeks.
- In the freezer: If you want to make a larger batch and store them in the freezer (a great idea for meal preppers), these matcha balls freeze great! Simply store them in a freezer-proof container, and when you're ready to enjoy them, let them thaw (you can pop them in the fridge the day before).
More Keto Energy Bites
- No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Balls
- No Bake Raspberry Cheesecake Bites
- Cream Cheese Lemon Fat Bombs
- Easy Cheesecake Fat Bombs
Matcha Energy Balls Recipe
- Place the oats, coconut, matcha powder, cranberries, butter, syrup, vanilla extract, nutmeg, and salt in a blender or food processor and process until well combined.
- Shape into bite-sized balls and place on a serving plate.
- Optionally roll the energy balls into matcha powder or coconut flakes to garnish.