About five years ago I created a power ball recipe for the my TV show Body Fuel. It was a big hit as it was raw, gluten & dairy free, loaded with anti-oxidants and other skin and heat healthy ingredients. 

Power Balls Recipe

I wanted to do a power ball 2.0 to make it even yummier (if that’s even possible)..  lol… and… it was! The new power ball recipe has all the amazing skin healthy anti-oxidnat power as the first but with an extra punch of flavour and texture. Your taste buds are in for a treat!
I enjoy mine pre, or post workout or just when I am craving a sweet snack. You can easily fit these into your macros and your everyday with zero guilt.
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This ingredient yields 30 power balls are roughly 20 grams each. (*In the vid, I say 30 grams, but I’ve changed it to 20 grams since then to reduce calories per serving.)


1/2 cup ground pumpkin seeds (measure raw pumpkin seeds before grinding)power ball recipe youtube

¼ ground flax seedspower balls recipe video

1 tbls cinnamonpower ball recipe lyzabeth lopez

1 tsp ground maca rootpower balls recipe

¼ cup shredded coconutpower balls recipe

¼ cup unsweetened cacao nibspower balls recipe youtube

½ cup dried cherries (or other fave dried or fresh fruit i.e pomegranate seeds)power balls recipe video

1/2 cup semi sweet dark chocolate chipspower balls recipe youtube video

1/3 cup chia seedspower balls recipe lyzabeth lopez

1 cup organic peanut butter (or other nut butter if you prefer)power balls recipe lyzabeth lopez

4 Majool dates ground:

  • Side note make sure to get fresh gooey dates. If they are dry, you will not get the sweet taste or sticky texture necessary for the recipe. It’s best if you soak the dates in a small glass bowl overnight in room temperature with a breathable cloth or paper towel to cover them.

    power balls recipe how to make


power balls recipe

  1.  Add to food processor or magic bullet: Pumpkin seeds  and Majool dates. Once each is ground and blended, place in a bowl.
  2. Add all other ingredients and stir. After initial stir, ensure your hands are thoroughly washed and kneed the mixture together with your hands.
  3. Use an ice cream scoop, or just use your hands and create a ball of power ball with your hands and pack it together until it is round. Each power ball should measure out at roughly 20 grams.  Place in Tupperware and keep in the fridge.

Voila! Making these awesome power balls is as easy as that! If you do make em, please drop a comment below and give me some feedback! (ps. make sure to subscribe to my Youtube Channel for more fun recipes!)

xoxox, LL.

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