Power Bites with Soya Flakes and Almonds

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Pop a couple of these delicious power balls before workout and you’ll get some protein, fiber, and magnesium along with omega-3 essential fatty acids and a load of antioxidants to fuel you but not fill you. They are great as on-the-go breakfast or for afternoon snack. Soya flakes can be replaced with oat or spelt flakes.

  • 100 g Soya flakes
  • 150 g Almonds, toasted
  • 3 tbsp Golden flaxseed
  • 2 tbsp Vanilla protein powder
  • 100 g Raisins
  • 4 tbsp Mango puree
  • Blanched almonds, chopped for coating
  • Dried coconut flakes for coating
  • Golden flaxseed for coating
  1. Place soya flakes, toasted almonds, flaxseed, protein powder and raisins in a food processor or blender. Pulse until well ground, then add in mango puree, stir until the mixture is well combined.
  2. Cover with a plastic wrap and chill for 2-3 hours. Remove and shape into balls. Coat the power bites with almonds, coconut flakes and flaxseed. Store in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.

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Raji 20/3/13 06:31

Ooh..yum ! loving these energy bites..and so pretty pictures too.

kitchen flavours 20/3/13 06:38

Hi Angie,
I'm learning lots of ingredients from you! I have not heard of soya flakes!
I need some power right now! Can you roll over a couple of these? :)

Chelsea Marrs 20/3/13 07:01

Darling blog! These power bites look so fun & delish.

Follow back if you can :)


Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today 20/3/13 07:30

I love the name power balls. I run over 6 km today, so I deserve a nice treat :)

Rosa's Yummy Yums 20/3/13 07:52

A wonderful and original treat!



lucy 20/3/13 07:55

veramente bellissime, complimenti!

Ely 20/3/13 08:22

You're amazing my friend! Really, these power bites are marvellous and healty!! :D With love, kisses!

Mich Piece of Cake 20/3/13 09:07

Looks really healthy and delicious. I love the different types of coating... almonds, coconut and flaxseed, all sound great!

Rita Bose 20/3/13 09:23

Lovely dish! Awesome pictures!!

Ann@Anncoo Journal 20/3/13 09:31

Lovely! Lovely! I must look around for soya flakes :)

Katerina 20/3/13 10:01

I would love to have some of these little treats right now!

Anne Regalado 20/3/13 11:59

These nibbles look pretty yummy and nutritious as well !

Asmita 20/3/13 13:46

This looks incredibly delicious!

My Little Space 20/3/13 14:13

This such an awesome recipe, Angie. Love it and it's simple & easy to prepare as well. Thanks for sharing it.
Hope you're enjoying your day dear.

vrinda 20/3/13 14:29

Very healthy n delicious balls..looks pretty too...

http://platanosmangoes.com 20/3/13 15:16

Pretty yummy indeed. I was just given some soya flakes.

Kitcheninspirations 20/3/13 15:19

They do look tasty and so pretty too, healthy truffles!

Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 20/3/13 15:48

Oh the addition of mango puree is so smart and sounds wonderful. These are lovely and I could eat some (several) right now!

Finla 20/3/13 16:34

Wowo they indeed gives really a power punch.

Koko 20/3/13 16:36

Whoa, sounds great! Mango puree....mmm!

ahu 20/3/13 16:52

these look delicious and hearty!

Susan 20/3/13 17:15

I've heard of soya flakes, but will have to search them out where to buy them. The power balls look amazing and what a great way to get a boost with spring clean up! XOXO

Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 20/3/13 17:36

I could so use a little energy boost today. I wish I had a bowl of these in front of me right now!

Hema 20/3/13 17:54

Nicely named, power bites, simply packed with energy, looks awesome..

Priya Suresh 20/3/13 18:29

Wow feel like gobbing some,very attractive balls.

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 20/3/13 18:38

Oh mango puree as a glue to hold all of these delicious treats together, brilliant and beautiful.

Bread and Companatico 20/3/13 20:47

can I pop some chocolate in it? :) they look so cute and sound so healthy! ciao, barbara

Guru Uru 20/3/13 20:52

Delicious and healthy :D


teresa 20/3/13 21:01

what delightful little treats, and they look so pretty!

Rosita Vargas 20/3/13 21:45

Me encanta tus pelotas saludables …Delicioso y fotos muy linda…abrazos y abrazos.

Amy 20/3/13 22:03

What a delicious and healthy treat! I haven't try soya flakes before but seems like something I would love. :)

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 20/3/13 23:38

Better than any store-bought power bar, by far! These look so welcoming and delicious packed with all of those wonderful ingredients.

The Yum List 21/3/13 00:43

These look like the perfect "anytime" bite.

Liz Berg 21/3/13 02:04

Beautiful, healthy and delicious! This is the kind of mid-day snack I need to have on hand. If I eat anything high in carbs, I just feel like taking a nap. LOVE this idea!

motherrimmy 21/3/13 02:23

I google soy flakes and there appears to be a wide variety. Do you think quinoa flakes would work? I have those already in my pantry. I'll give it a try and see what happens.

Claudia 21/3/13 03:03

I'm printing this now. My workouts are not terribly stressful (tee hee) but oh my - I think my husband would go mad for these - and still feel virtuous with this delectable treat.

Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 21/3/13 04:37

I've never had soya flakes before, but that power bites is definitely tasty looking :)

Abbe@This is How I Cook 21/3/13 04:56

Power bites. I need these right now! Perfect!

mjskit 21/3/13 05:03

With the week I'm having I could definitely use some of these delicious power bites! I have to admit that I don't have even half of those ingredients in my pantry and never have had - but... things change. :)

Angie's Recipes 21/3/13 05:38

@motherrimmy Yes, I have even thought about making some more using popped quinoa or amaranth.

Shirley Tay 21/3/13 07:08

These balls are so fun. I love how u coat with the different types of ingredients! I want them all, Angie! Hahaha!

Jasna Varcakovic 21/3/13 09:46

These are perfect for my boys' lunch boxes...thanks for recipe!

Barbara 21/3/13 12:44

Love the looks and idea of your power bites, Angie! Such a stunning way to display them too, all with different toppings.

Gourmantine 21/3/13 13:10

They look so cute, more like a dessert than a healthy snack.

ramya 21/3/13 13:19

My god, I wish I could get all the ingredients here in India to try all your recipes!

Lite Home Bake 21/3/13 14:18

How i wish i can pop a few into my mouth now, they look so much fun and i love that there's mango in them too!

Gloria Baker 21/3/13 14:43

These look delicious and tempting Angie:)

Pam 21/3/13 15:44

They look like tasty little bites.

Sanjeeta kk 21/3/13 18:03

You are a real angle in food world, Angie...wondering if I will ever be able to make at least half of the recipes bookmarked from your blog :)

Belinda 21/3/13 19:06

These are great to make sure to have in the pockets when out for long hikes.

Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 21/3/13 22:49

These energy balls are what we need for breakfast to welcome the day! Cute!

Velva 21/3/13 23:54

The problem is... I could not just pop a couple of these power balls (smile).

As always, delicious Angie!


Medeja 22/3/13 00:00

Soya flakes? that is something new to me :)

Julia | JuliasAlbum.com 22/3/13 00:34

I like these bite-sized snacks! So convenient if you're in a hurry!

Reeni Pisano 22/3/13 01:36

These are so pretty and tasty sounding! They look like dessert! Love that their healthy!

Dawn Yucuis 22/3/13 03:50

These sound wonderful. I can always use a little more energy.

Anonymous 22/3/13 05:23

These are perfect for before or after exercise! I will so be making these Angie...thank you! xoxo

lena 22/3/13 12:50

the mango puree got me excited here! It's like a surprise! guess it is a brilliant combination of such!

Debra Eliotseats 22/3/13 14:46

I need some energy now. Could you send some over? :)

Joanne 22/3/13 16:11

I need to get some of these power bites as midday snacks into my day! Delicious!

GG 22/3/13 16:22

Great power bites they look so tempting. I love your photos. GG

Elisabeth Foodandthrift 22/3/13 22:35

Pop a couple?...no way can you stop at just a couple of these yummy and most amazing cute little power balls; how about half a dozen, or more. Just be careful that someone out there doesn't 'market' these most FAB power balls. They would be a winner for sure:)

Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 22/3/13 23:03

These would be amazing as a post-workout snack. Delish recipe, Angie!

Rosita Vargas 23/3/13 02:22

Se ven muy deliciosos Angie y saludables,hugs,hugs.

Betty 23/3/13 04:53

Packed so full of goodness, we need these at work! :)

the food dude 23/3/13 13:52

Great idea, I need one of these right about now...

Mary 23/3/13 15:40

These sound wonderful and I love how easy they are to make. I hope your weekend is off to a great start. Blessings...Mary

Jeannie Tay 23/3/13 16:07

These balls look so fun to make and so delicious!

grace 23/3/13 19:55

chewy and crunchy and healthful and filling--these are pretty spectacular little treats!

The Café Sucré Farine 23/3/13 21:41

These are so fun Angie but I'm not sure if I would want to eat them or put them in a bowl for decoration on my coffee table as they're so pretty! :)

Balvinder Ubi 24/3/13 01:51

Love these! I have to look for soya flakes.

Anonymous 24/3/13 15:17

Gosh, i can barely feel the crunch.....
btw, what possibly became the glue except the mango puree???

Alida 25/3/13 22:31

These look wonderful Angie. They would look great on the table at a dinner party. Very elegant and inviting little bites ;-)

Patty 25/3/13 23:31

Beautiful healthy snack -would love a few of these in my golf bag this weekend;-)

Cass @foodmyfriend 27/3/13 03:20

They sell something similar at my gym for $4.95 a ball. These look heaps better and I'm sure are much more natural Might have to make myself a batch!

Amelia 27/3/13 15:05

Hi Angie,this power bites very interesting. Something new to me, thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.

Best regards.

Rachel O. 29/3/13 00:18

Thank you thank you for sharing!!! I've been looking for some good power bites like this!

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 1/4/13 02:25

These power bites are so intriguing to me... I wonder if you still pick up any of the texture from the soy flakes once ground? I love the use of the mango puree here - it must add beautifully to the flavour. Wonderful recipe Angie.

Norma Chang 15/4/13 16:33

Love these power bites and best of all no cooking.


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