Vegan, Gluten-Free Turmeric Coconut Energy Balls


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Filled with super healthy ingredients like coconut oil, turmeric, and freshly grated ginger that boost anti-inflammatory properties, improve your skin and your mood, and help protect against cancer, these sweet and spicy energy bites are vegan, gluten free, grain-free, refined sugar free and take just minutes to make. They are perfect for a pre-workout boost or for when you are on the go.

  • 80 g Coconut flour
  • 1 tbsp Turmeric powder
  • 1/2 tbsp Freshly grated ginger root
  • 1/4 tsp Freshly milled white peppercorn
  • 80 g Cashew butter
  • 60 g Coconut syrup
  • 3 tbsp Coconut oil, melted
  • Desiccated coconut for coating
  1. In a mixing bowl, add in coconut flour, turmeric powder, and freshly grated ginger root.
  2. In another bowl, mix cashew butter, coconut syrup and coconut oil. Heat over low heat until melted and combined.
  3. Pour the melted mixture into the coconut flour mixture. Mix until well combined. Cover with a plastic wrap and set aside and let sit for 30 minutes.
  4. Shape the mixture into 18-20 balls and coat with desiccated coconut. Chill in an airtight container for a week, or freeze up to 3 months.

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42 comments:

Motions and Emotions 8/4/19 09:13

love this energy balls and what a good way to turmeric into our diet...

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Evelyne CulturEatz 8/4/19 14:09

I have been making the same recipe lately and I was just saying how bored I was with them, trying these this week! Thanks!

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natalia20041989 8/4/19 15:07

They look amazing,I haven't made them in a while, I should definitely try those☺ Love their color!

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Kitchen Riffs 8/4/19 15:26

Not only would these make me feel energetic, but their flavor looks wonderful! :-) Really good stuff -- thanks.

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gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com 8/4/19 15:53

What nice and delicious recipe Angie ! xo

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foodtravelandwine 8/4/19 16:39

Fantastic way to use turmeric for energy.....delicious and healthy!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Balvinder 8/4/19 18:03

Ahha, Angie,you are speaking my language with these turmeric coconut balls. They look just so addictive.

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Pame Recetas 9/4/19 03:01

I think Id love these! And the photos are gorgeous!! have a nice weekend dear!

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mjskit 9/4/19 03:56

I am so in need of some energy bites this week and your coconut bombs look fabulous, Bet that kick of tumeric gives your immune system a nice boost.

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Rosita Vargas 9/4/19 04:09

Se ven perfectas y deliciosas,tengo veganos en casa,abrazos

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Kelly | Foodtasia 9/4/19 07:11

Angie, I've been looking for ways to get in more tumeric. These are perfect!

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All That I'm Eating 9/4/19 12:27

Such a fantastic colour from the turmeric, would love to try these to stop me reaching for the biscuits!

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Pam 9/4/19 15:19

Looks great, Angie! Coconut and cashews on my latest post too as you know, good stuff for sure. I have to try this recipe now! Thanks!

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Enza 9/4/19 15:41

bella ricetta..
a presto

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tigerfish 9/4/19 16:14

Golden energy balls they are! Love that they are so portable too!

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Pam 9/4/19 17:29

Yum! They look and sound delicious.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 9/4/19 17:30

Ooooh, the cashew butter and coconut sound wonderful, Angie! What a delicious way to get some healthy turmeric added to the diet too. Wonderful recipe!

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Easyfoodsmith 9/4/19 18:52

They look good and sound so delicious. That color is really very pretty and tempting.

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Juliana 9/4/19 20:17

I have never made power/energy bars or balls and these sounds so tasty with the turmeric and ginger...I love it. Thanks for the recipe Angie!

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fimere 9/4/19 20:31

ils ont l'air bien gourmands à tester
bonne soirée

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Valentina 10/4/19 01:59

These sound too delicious and too healthy for not to make them -- and eat as many as I want, guilt-free. Seriously, they sound so yummy. I love the turmeric, but you had me at ginger. :-)

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Mindy 10/4/19 05:48

They look so delicious, I'm going to have to try these!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 10/4/19 05:50

I could use some energy about now Angie and these would be great!

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judee 11/4/19 00:35

I love this healthy looking bites! It's such a good idea .

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 11/4/19 13:35

My joints love turmeric and these coconut balls sound a lot more appealing than turmeric capsules, LOL. Very yummy!!

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 11/4/19 14:21

I love energy bites! They are the perfect little pick-me-up snack! The combination of turmeric and coconut sounds delicious! I could definitely gobble these up!

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James Cook 11/4/19 17:47

İts amazing idea. Thank for sharing :)

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Nancy Chan 12/4/19 10:16

I would like to try some of these turmeric balls to boost up my energy.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 12/4/19 15:46

I loveeee little energy balls like this! And these sound so so good with the turmeric and ginger. Such a good combo!

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kitchen flavours 12/4/19 16:39

Beautiful delicious healthy snack!

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Harriet Emily 12/4/19 19:55

These energy balls look so delicious Angie - such a vibrant, beautiful colour too!

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 13/4/19 15:53

You always introduce me to something new...I've not heard of coconut syrup.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 14/4/19 06:32

These would be perfect to keep in my bag to help fight the mid afternoon slump!

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Anca 14/4/19 13:01

Wow, these energy balls look so nice, with that intense yellowish colour. I had no idea you can eat raw coconut flour, is good to know. xx

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Iwona 15/4/19 07:10

Yummy! So delicious :)

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 15/4/19 15:08

everything is better to me with coconut, it's my favorite flavor and smell in the world!

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Marcelle 15/4/19 18:21

Turmeric has so many health benefits! I'm always looking for ways to get more into our diet. These look really tasty, Angie. Nice recipe!

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Merryn 16/4/19 05:07

How lovely and these are bursting with energy and goodness.

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Choclette 16/4/19 20:48

Ooh, turmeric energy bites. Now why didn't I think of that? They are such a gorgeous colour. I haven't made any of any kind for far too long.

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Rafeeda AR 17/4/19 14:11

These sound absolutely fantastic... a lovely mix of a little spice and sweetness... and the goodness of turmeric too!

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EL Mehdi 17/4/19 18:40

I love these! Creative idea. Not only looks good but tasty <3

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Evi 18/4/19 10:04

Love these healthy little golden balls :)

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