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I’m clinging onto Fall with these tasty Fall inspired Easy Pumpkin Pie Energy Balls. They’re slightly sweet and packed full of spice. They’re perfect for snacking or use them as a topping on your oatmeal or smoothie bowl.
TGIF!!! And I really mean it! This week has been absolutely INSANE! Work life + blog life + social life + Thanksgiving = 1 stressed woman.
I hope you had an amazing Thanksgiving! I went over to my parent’s house for a nice quiet Thanksgiving dinner. It was just the fam and I didn’t have to cook anything…I just brought wine LOL.
Sometimes A lot of the times after a day full of cooking/videoing, I’m just too tired to cook anything else and I just end up eating cereal or a PB&J sandwich for dinner. Does this sound like you too?
On another note, I was so proud of myself. I ran 2.5 miles on Saturday, ran/walk 3.5 miles on Sunday, I lifted weights and did cardio on Tuesday and then I power walked ~4 miles (including 2 bridges) on Thanksgiving morning. And believe it or not, I was most sore after the power walk session LOL. I guess I used a bunch of muscles that I don’t normally use. I’m finally kicking my butt into high gear for this Disney half marathon. I’ll definitely be able to finish it, but with the way things are looking it’ll be more of a run/walk race, but at least I’m out there moving!
How awesome is my mug? I love food puns hahaha. I actually won it in my first ever Instagram giveaway entry from Gabrielle of Eat Drink Shrink. Her feed is awesome and she has a ton of tasty recipes that are drool worthy. You should definitely check her out.
Easy Pumpkin Pie Energy Balls
I'm clinging onto Fall with these tasty Fall inspired Easy Pumpkin Pie Energy Balls. They're slightly sweet and packed full of spice. They're perfect for snacking or use them as a topping on your oatmeal or smoothie bowl.
- 1 cup canned pumpkin
- 8 pitted dates
- 1/4 cup coconut flour
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp ground cloves
- 1 tsp nutmeg
- 1/4 Nescafe Taster's Choice Coffee
In a food processor blend dates.
Add canned pumpkin and dry ingredients.
Blend until combined.
Optional-refridgerate for 15 minutes for ease of making.
Form into balls.
Optional: Spread out chocolate chips and coconut flakes and roll pumpkin energy bites over toppings.
Refrigerate remaining bites.
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Don’t have time to make the recipe today? That’s okay, you can pin the picture below and come back later.