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Tropical Carrot Energy Balls

The history of energy balls is as rich and varied as their ingredients. Born from the need for nutritious and convenient snacks, they found their roots in various cultures, where mixtures of dried fruits, nuts and grains were used for a quick energy boost. From the East to the West, these mixtures evolved into what we know today as energy balls.

Over the years, these little nutritional spheres have grown in popularity, particularly thanks to the emergence of health and wellness trends. They have become the preferred choice for active people, athletes, and anyone looking for a healthy alternative to traditional snacks. Easy to carry and delicious, they offer the perfect combination of convenience and nutrition.

Our Tropical Carrot Energy Balls are part of this tradition, while bringing a modern touch and a unique taste. They are designed for those looking to not only nourish their body, but also delight their taste buds, with a blend of flavors that are both sweet and exotic. Whether you're an athlete looking for a pre-workout snack, a busy professional looking for a healthy indulgent break, or simply someone who enjoys snacking without feeling guilty, these energy balls are for you.

🔍 Information Details
⏱️ Preparation time 15 minutes
🍳 Cooking time 0 minutes (no cooking)
⏲️ Total time 1 hour 15 minutes (including refrigeration time)
Difficulty level Easy
🍽️ Servings About 20 balls
🔥 Calories (approximate) 100-120 calories per scoop


  • 1 cup finely grated carrots
  • 1/2 cup ground flax seeds
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1/2 cup dried pineapple (or other dried fruit of your choice: dates, grapes, apricots, mangoes, cranberries), finely chopped
  • 1 C. teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1 C. teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 cup quick-cooking oatmeal
  • 1/2 cup almond butter
  • 1 C. teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 1/2 cup crushed nuts (for example, almonds, pecans, or walnuts)


Q&A for Tropical Carrot Energy Balls

Q: What are the main benefits of this energy ball recipe? A: These energy balls are nutrient-rich with carrots, nuts and dried fruit. They provide a good source of fiber, vitamins and long-lasting energy, ideal for a healthy snack or a boost before physical activity.

Q: Can you use other types of dried fruit besides pineapple? A: Absolutely! You can use other dried fruits like mangoes, apricots, dates, cranberries or grapes. The choice depends on your tastes and what you have on hand.

Q: Is this recipe suitable for vegetarian or vegan diets? A: Yes, this recipe is naturally vegetarian. To make it vegan, make sure the maple syrup and almond butter you use are certified vegan.

Q: How long can these energy balls be stored? A: You can store them in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to a week, or freeze them for longer, up to a month.

Q: Is it possible to make these nut-free energy balls for allergy sufferers? A: Yes, you can omit the nuts or replace them with seeds like sunflower or pumpkin seeds to maintain the crunchy texture without the nut allergens.

Q: If I don't have almond butter, what can I substitute it with in this recipe? A: You can substitute other types of nut or seed butters for the almond butter, such as peanut butter, cashew butter, or sunflower butter. Each option will bring a unique flavor to your energy balls. If you're looking for a nut-free option, sunflower seed butter is a great choice.

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Bonjour Lucille, environ 3g de protéines par boule d’énergie. Merci :)


Bonsoir François, j’aimerais avoir le nombre de protéines qu’il y a dans les boules d’énergie
Tropicale aux carottes. Merci

Lucille Dionne

Superbe la recette.


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