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Energy Balls Recipe
Energy Balls make great snacks, especially those you make yourself. We make large batches and store them in the fridge where they can last for up to 7 days. They are a particularly useful source of vitamins if you are on high-protein, low sugar and carbohydrate diets.
An easy way to vary your diet and still have exciting treats is to join the Energy Balls Recipe Kits subscription service. Their recipes include walnuts, almonds, dates, maple syrup, hazelnut butter and chai seeds. They are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Each month you get all the ingredients and directions to make 30 energy balls and regular subscribers get a new recipe every month.
Use discount code YUMmY20 to get 20% off.
As a sample recipe see their coffee and walnut energy balls recipe.
They use eco-friendly packaging and postage is included in their energy balls recipe subscription service. They are packed so that they fit into most letter boxes, which is useful for busy folk.
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