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No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls

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These No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls are a delicious and healthy snack when you burst of energy! They’re also peanut-free and allergy friendly. And best of all, they only take about 10 minutes to make- start to finish.
No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls
*This post is sponsored by Barleans. All opinions are mine.*

No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls

Are you a snacker? I tend to eat little bits of food throughout the day instead of eating three square meals, so I was happy when Barlean’s sent me a few of their healthy products to healthify my snacking game. They also sent me a cute little LunchBots container to carry my snacks in and I’ve had to hide it from my kids!

While the LunchBots container is perfect for snacks of all types, these no-bake honey sunflower butter energy balls are especially good in it! Have you made no-bake energy balls before? I have to admit that it’s my first time trying. I guess I’m pretty slow to jump on most bandwagons. And then I wonder why. ?

No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls w chocolate

If you need a quick pick me up, this recipe is perfect! It really does take under 10 minutes to make. Simply pull out the ingredients, mix and roll. Then they’re ready to eat. I will definitely make no-bake energy balls again.

To make these energy balls, I used alergy friendly honey sunflower butter, whole oats, whole sunflower seeds, Barlean’s Energy Blend (a mix of flax, chia, coconut, and panax ginseng), and a few chocolate chips. Mini chocolate chips are probably the best, but I used regular sized because that’s what I had on hand.

No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls + @Barleans Giveaway

If you’ve never tried Barlean’s Energy Blend before, let me tell you that it’s really good. It’s organic and vegan, caffeine free, gluten free, and of course, non-GMO. The panax ginseng is a caffeine-free way to support physical endurance and mental acuity. Chia seeds are a natural appetite suppressant, and flax, coconut, and chia are a good sources of fiber and essential fatty acids.

No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls


  • 1 cup oats
  • 3/4 cup honey Sunflower butter
  • 1/4 cup Sunflower seeds
  • 1/3 cup Barlean's Energy Blend
  • 1/3 cup chocolate chips


  1. Simply put all ingredients in a large bowl and mix until combined. Roll into 1" balls and enjoy!

Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 618Total Fat: 21gCarbohydrates: 96gProtein: 13g

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snack mix No-Bake Honey Sunflower Butter Energy Balls

Barlean’s Energy Blend Giveaway

Working with Barlean’s is always fun because of their generosity. They’d like to give one lucky winner a bag of their Energy Blend and a LunchBots container too! The LunchBots Trio1 has three sections with a 2.5 cup capacity. It’s made of lightweight stainless steel, is dishwasher-safe, and perfect for transporting dry snack foods when you’re on the go!

To enter, just use the Rafflecopter form below. Giveaway is open to residents of the US and ends at midnight on Sunday, October 8. Good luck!
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About Michelle Marine

Michelle Marine is the author of How to Raise Chickens for Meat, a long time green living enthusiast and rural Iowa mom of four. An avid traveler, Michelle has lived on three different continents and has driven all four kids across the entire USA (by herself!). She loves sharing farm-to-table recipes, their family travel adventures, and gardening and homesteading tips on her popular lifestyle blog, SimplifyLiveLove.com.


  1. blankDeb E says

    I love your recipe but a flatter bar, rather than a ball would make them a bit more portable for my purse and pocket. What a cute container though and great for your energy balls. I would use almond butter but love the oats in your recipe, so it’s near perfect! The Barleans product looks awesome and I’d love to give it a try–thanks for the chance.

  2. blankIrene Lirette says

    I would make them and use them for a morning snack with my coffee! I’d probably make them flat squared.

  3. blankMaryann D. says

    I would use the Barlean’s Energy Blend in a fruit smoothie and I would also love to try these energy balls.

  4. blankKayla Klontz says

    I would use it in these energy bites, I have my own energy bites I make so I’d use my recipe and add those.

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