Recipe by Missty
"I love these as a quick energy snack. I keep them in the refrigerator almost all the time. They are sweet enough to make me feel like I am getting a treat, but they have enough good stuff to help with energy fixes and muscle recovery. Store in the refrigerator."
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1 (18 ounce) jar
crunchy peanut butter
Celtic sea salt
flax seed meal
2 1/2 cups
2 (12 ounce) bags
dark chocolate chips (such as Ghirardelli®)
Have made these three times and will make again today since they serve a few special purposes in our house; son uses them for grab and go energy before a workout; treat for my friend who's gluten-dairy sensitive when everyone else gets brownies for dessert; actually hide my mom's one medication in a room temperature ball since she won't swallow her pill.
These are an excellent snack. They really taste great. I had to substitute mint choc chips and I added some unsweetened coconut. Would make these again for sure!
I used more flax seed meal in place of some of the oats. I also used raw sunflower seeds instead of pecans. I call these squirrel cookies they are delicious, I eat them for a power burst at breakfast!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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