Blueberry ginger protein bites

This post has been sponsored by Santa Cruz Organic. I received product and compensation, but all opinions are my own.

I have just gotten done making these Blueberry Ginger Protein Bites for the kids that are starting school this coming Wednesday. I wanted to make something that would keep them satisfied for a while during the morning so since these are also easy to pack, I thought they would be the perfect snack.

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These Blueberry Ginger Protein Bites are also really easy to make. From start to finish you will be done in just 15 minutes since all the ingredients are added to the food processor and mixed until you obtain a mixture that holds together. No complicated baking skills required!

Besides these bites being easy, these are also gluten free and vegan. Making things of this nature allows me to have access to healthy items to have on the go. These are perfect to grab when I don’t have time to have breakfast, and I have to run out the door.

Instead of using eggs, I used Santa Cruz Organic Apple Sauce Cups. This way it keeps the bites vegan, and you don’t have to worry about keeping them out of the fridge when you store them. They will keep in the counter in an airtight container for up to one week.

You can also boost your kids’ lunch boxes this back-to-school season with delicious, easy-to-pack items like Santa Cruz Organic Apple Sauce Cups. They are available in classic Apple and Cinnamon Apple.

To also increase the protein content of these Blueberry Ginger Protein Bites, I used Santa Cruz Organic Dark Roasted Creamy Peanut Butter. You can also find inspiration for the perfect PB&J with Santa Cruz Organic Dark Roasted Peanut Butters. They taste great!

Take the stress out of after-school snacking with products your kids will love and ingredients you can feel good about from Santa Cruz Organic.

Another awesome thing about these Blueberry Ginger Protein Bites is that they are extremely versatile. You can substitute any type of dried fruit or nuts you like. I have made these before using other combo of ingredients and they work really well. Try your favorite mixes.

If you are looking for a new snack this back-to-school season look no further. These Blueberry Ginger Protein Bites are the perfect solution.

Enjoy!

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Blueberry ginger protein bites

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 12 bites

Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

Directions:

Preheat your oven to 350 F. Spray a muffin baking pan with oil. Set aside.

Add the nuts, coconut, and dried fruit in your food processor and pulse until they are fine. Add the remainder of the ingredients and pulse until the mixture starts to come together.

With your fingers, press about 3 tbsp firmly to pack and flatten each muffin space.

Bake for 18-20 minutes or until the sides begin to brown. Let the bites cool in the pan at least 10 minutes before releasing them from the pan. Store in an glass airtight container for up to 1 week.

 


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21 comments

  1. Okay, I have been saying I have wanted to make overnight oats for some time and I actually have all the ingredients on hand! I need to try this because I LOVE matcha (definitely an acquired taste but so good.)

  2. It would be helpful to revise the recipe for a more reasonable number of servings- max 3-4. Thanks!

  3. Which brand of Matcha Green tea powder is your favorite? And the safest to eat?

  4. This looks delicious! And I love the addition of maple syrup to make my kids happy without getting them too much on a sugar high.  :)

  5. Do you used canned coconut milk? 

  6. This sounds great and I love that you added maple syrup! And Silk – I just love Silk.

  7. This definitely looks like a great start to the day! I’m eager to try this – just bought some Matcha powder, so it won’t be long before I do :) 

  8. I’m so seriously late to the overnight oats party, but with a recipe like this waiting for me, I have to make it!

  9. Now you have me crave overnight oats for the dinner! I love the add of matcha here.

  10. I have been meaning to try overnight oats for eons now! I have to try this!

  11. I love the idea of putting green tea in overnight oats! Yum!!

  12. I made this last night and had it this morning. I heated mine up before eating and it was delicious!  Thanks for a great recipe!

  13. Great recipe! but what if you don’t have matcha powder and no way to acquire it?
    What then?

  14. Definitely going to try this, thanks for sharing! Where did you get those adorable jars? 

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