Fuel-Up Breakfast Bites

 

Fuel-Up Breakfast Bites

Getting out the door in the morning with a good breakfast on board can be tough! Try this recipe for Fuel-Up Breakfast Bites. This make-ahead recipe will become a family favorite, go-to recipe for its simplicity and deliciousness. Full of flavor and nutrition it will keep you fueled-up for those busy mornings.

   

Fuel-Up Breakfast Bites

Serves 16

 

Ingredients:

2 cups quick oats

1 cup peanut butter, smooth or chunky

½-1 cup honey

1 cup dark chocolate chips

1 cup dried cranberries, cherries or raisins

1 cup milled flaxseed

1 cup vanilla whey protein

 

Directions:

Mix all ingredients together and stir until blended. Spread mixture into an 8×8-inch pan and refrigerate until ready to serve. Cut into 2×2-inch squares. Or, mixture can be rolled into balls, placed in a baggie and stored in the refrigerator prior to serving.

 

 

 

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