Balls are the ultimate healthy snack. They are quick and easy to make, usually only contain a few ingredients, and most recipes freeze extremely well. Make a big batch, pop them in the freezer and you always have healthy snacks on hand. Some are so healthy they even make a great breakfast.
No bake oatmeal protein energy balls from The Healthy Maven
These tasty no bake balls have an added boost of protein thanks to the vanilla whey protein powder. You can add chocolate chips to make these balls even more delicious, or instead add raisins for healthier oatmeal balls.
Chocolate date balls from Cake Whizz
These chocolate date balls are much healthier than just eating squares of chocolate. They are extremely easy, with no baking involved, and look fun covered in sprinkles.
Heavenly coconut bliss balls from Danette May
These coconut balls are the perfect on the go snack. They are filled with healthy fats and filling fibre, making them great for an energy boost.
3 Ingredient apricot balls from Bargain Mums
It does not get any simpler than these 3 ingredient apricot balls. These are so good, you will find it impossible to stop at one.
These apple cinnamon balls use only 4 ingredients, that you might just already have sitting in your cupboard. They are great for those times you feel like something a little sweet, but healthy at the same time.
These raspberry zinger balls contain nothing but fruit and nuts; perfect for a quick energy boost.
Blueberry muffin energy bites from The Healthy Maven
Next time you crave a sugar filled muffin, try one of these blueberry muffin bites instead. They are made with healthy, raw and all-natural ingredients that will satisfy those cravings in an instant.
Cranberry vanilla energy bites from Recipe Runner
These tasty cranberry vanilla balls are perfect for curbing sugar cravings, and are also gluten-free, vegan and paleo.
Brownie cookie dough swirl protein balls from Fit Foodie Finds
These healthy treats include brownie and cookie dough flavor's swirled into one protein ball. Perfect for those times you can’t decide between vanilla and chocolate.
Fruit and nut trail mix energy bites from With Salt and Wit
These healthy no bake trail mix balls are filled with dried cranberries, oats and pistachio nuts. They make a great snack or even breakfast on the go when you are short on time.
Pink chocolate chip cookie dough balls from Super Healthy Kids
These pretty cookie dough balls get their pink colour naturally from beetroot, which also makes these balls super healthy.
Sea salt dark chocolate quinoa energy balls from Simply Quinoa
These simple quinoa energy bills are turned into something special by adding a layer of dark chocolate and sprinkling of sea salt.
Salted caramel snickerdoodle protein bites from Cotter Crunch
While these balls do contain caramel chips, the rest of the ingredients are completely healthy, making them a great healthy dessert.