Candy Corn Energy Bites

I feel like people are either lovers of candy corn or haters. Where do you fall? I am definitely a lover but my favorite way to eat candy corn is to pair it with peanuts. Then it taste like a payday! I suppose I could just eat a payday but I like the munchy element of a mix!

I make energy bites probably once or twice a month. I tend to have all of the various ingredients on hand and find them helpful to eat on busy days when I need some thing fast and tasty. I have a few other recipes on my blog if you’re interested here they are!

Other energy bites to try:

One Measuring Cup Energy Bites

Low-Sugar Oreo Peanut Butter Energy Bites

Pumpkin Maple Energy Bites

Puppy Chow Energy Bites

Almond Butter Date Energy Bites

But you’re here for the candy corn recipe! The only thing I will say is that when you mix all of these ingredients together in your mixer, it feels a little bit dry. I was able to scoop out portions and roll it into bites but it took a little bit more rolling. It made 14 small energy bites so I am freezing seven of them and left seven of them in the fridge which last for about seven days.

Candy Corn Energy Bites

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Keyword energy bite

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup candy corn
  • 1/2 cup unsalted peanuts *can use salted or roasted instead
  • 1/3 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup rolled or quick oats
  • 1/3 cup flax meal

Instructions

  1. Put all ingredients in your food processor and blend until the consistency is moist.

    I did notice it was a little dry but using your hands to roll it into bites still worked just fine. If it's too dry for you, add a little more peanut butter.

Recipe Notes

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I enjoyed these as is and also crumbled up an added to plain yogurt as a sort of granola. I hope you will try them! If you do let me know. See you in the kitchen!

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