No Bake Blueberry Muffin Energy Bites (Paleo, Vegan, Keto)

No Bake Blueberry Muffin Energy Bites are a quick and easy snack recipe made with wholesome ingredients! Protein-packed, low carb and ready in minutes, they are the best grab and go energy balls!

No Bake Blueberry Energy Bites Recipe

Blueberry Energy Bites

Energy bites, protein balls, bliss balls- Whatever you call them, they are one of the easiest and portable snacks to have on hand. It’s no secret that I am a snacker and energy bites are my go-to. I’ve recently shared my whole30 energy bites and brownie no bake bites. These blueberry muffin energy bites are similar, but a little different.

The other week, my friend gifted me a bunch of dried blueberries. Unlike other dried fruits, blueberries aren’t particularly flavorful. They aren’t the kind of dried fruit that tastes good on its own. However, when made into energy balls, it is another story.

These raw blueberry energy bites taste like a doughy blueberry muffin. They are sweet, tangy and chewy, and perfect to prep in advance. Blueberry energy bites make the perfect snack between meals, and unlike most energy bites and balls- They contain no dates and are secretly low carb- Perfect for those following a paleo, keto, gluten-free and vegan diet. 

Healthy No Bake Blueberry Muffin Energy Balls

Blueberry Muffin Energy Bites Ingredients

  • Coconut Flour
  • Blanched Almond Flour
  • Monk Fruit Sweetener
  • Vanilla Extract
  • Dried Blueberries
  • Coconut Oil
  • Milk of choice 

How to make Blueberry Muffin Energy Bites

Step 1: Prepare your ingredients and sift your coconut flour, to ensure no lumps remain.

Step 2: Add all your ingredients into a food processor or high-speed blender. Blend very well, regularly scraping down the sides. The energy bite batter is done once a thick batter remains. 

Step 3: Transfer the blueberry muffin energy bites batter into a large mixing bowl. Using your hands, form into 12-16 small balls. 

Step 4: Refrigerate your blueberry muffin energy balls until they firm up. 

NOTE- If you don’t have a food processor/high-speed blender, you can use just a mixing bowl. The only changes I’d recommend is to ensure your coconut oil is melted and to fold in the blueberries at the end. You will likely need to add some coconut milk, as the batter will be crumbly. 

Healthy No Bake Blueberry Muffin Energy Bites recipe

Tips and Tricks to Perfect Blueberry Energy Bites 

Taste your energy bites batter before forming into balls. If it isn’t sweet enough, add a little extra sweetener or even a drop of two or liquid stevia. 

If your energy bites batter is too thin, add a little extra coconut flour. If it is too thick, add some coconut milk or water, until it is less crumbly. 

You can use fresh blueberries, but ensure you pat out any excess moisture from them. Your energy bites will be darker in color. 

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No Bake Blueberry Energy Bites (Keto, Paleo, Vegan)

No Bake Blueberry Muffin Energy Bites are a quick and easy snack recipe made with wholesome ingredients! Protein-packed, low carb and ready in minutes, they are the best grab and go energy balls! Paleo, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Keto. 
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Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: blueberry, energy balls
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 12 Bites
Calories: 116kcal
Author: Arman



  • In a high-speed blender or food processor, add all your ingredients. Blend until fully immersed. If the batter is too thick, add a little extra milk of choice.
  • Transfer the batter into a large mixing bowl. Using your hands, shape 12 small balls of dough and place on a plate.
  • Refrigerate for 30 minutes, or until it has firmed up. 


* Depending on how thick your batter is, you may need to add extra liquid. If your batter is too thin, add a little extra coconut flour. 
No Bake Blueberry Energy Bites (Keto, Paleo, Vegan) should be stored in the fridge and will keep fresh for up to 1 month.
Energy balls are freezer friendly and will keep well frozen for up to 6 months. 


Serving: 1Bite | Calories: 116kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 10g | Fiber: 4g | Vitamin A: 200IU | Vitamin C: 2.5mg | Calcium: 20mg | Iron: 0.9mg | NET CARBS: 2g
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128 thoughts on “No Bake Blueberry Muffin Energy Bites (Paleo, Vegan, Keto)

  1. Mmm blueberry muffin is my favroite kind, right next to apple cinnamon, banana walnut & lemon poppyseed…ah how can you make me choose just one favourite ! It’s funny, I always buy raisins, dried apricots & dried cranberries but never even thought to look out for dried blueberries. As soon as I get my hands on a packet, I know what I’ll be making- these look great buddy!

    PS I think I’m going to hang on to the ‘Blueberry Muffin’ nickname- it’s rather endearing ;)!

  2. Not going to lie, it is kind of badass to read in Chinese. And maybe she called you Humpty Dumpty because she knew you would be a) such a stud and b) a foodie and c) you were egg-cellent.
    Blueberry muffins have to be one of the most nostalgic American foods, period. Especially with the crumb topping. gah. sooooo good.

  3. You are definitely a creative genius!! I looove blueberry muffins..think I’ll make these today. Travel safely!!!

  4. My aunt also had nicknames for me and my cousins…I was Cupcake (often shortened to Cups), one cousin was Punky, and the other was Sweet Pea. And actually she’ll still sometimes call us by those nails. I don’t really think too much of it until someone unfamiliar is nearby and then I realize it’s kinda weird to call a 25-year-old Cupcake. Haha.

  5. Haha I’ve decided I’m going to be the crazy aunt for my 5-year old niece. Once she’s old enough I can’t wait to put her to work in my garden!
    My last name is Scallion, so all my friends in college used to call me Onion. Not a flattering nickname at all, but I couldn’t get them to stop.

  6. Woohooo! This means that I won the Facebook contest! #Right …or was it #Left? Either way, I’m all about the blueberries, too. Blueberry muffins have long been a morning favorite of mine…and I’m digging the energy ball version you created here. Hmmm…collecting dust in my pantry right now? I’d say several spice blends that I picked up along the way. I love spice blends, but they’re difficult to use when trying to write up a recipe since I don’t know the exact proportions of spices that went into said blends. Also, my nickname in college was Diggity. Not sure exactly why. It just was. Glad that one fell by the wayside.

  7. My grandpa used to call me, “Bridget Gidget”…
    My mom STILL calls me “Little Bridget”
    I have canned green chilies collecting dust in my pantry. I haven’t needed them in a while, and it’s kind of driving me crazy.
    My favorite muffin is definitely banana nut!

  8. These look delicious! Your photos always make me drool, it’s not very attractive haha. Aww I feel your pain with that aunt of yours, my nana is like that too! For Christmas one time she gave me women’s weeklys from the year dot…. the usual no present situation was preferable!

  9. These look awesome and the fact that they’re no bake is amazing! I just want to pop and handful of these bad boys in my mouth. On a side note, your auntie reminds of character out of a Roald Dahl story 🙂

  10. Blueberry is my favorite Muffin <3 I am going to try these for our "road trip" on Friday. I guess it sweetens the 7+ hours in the car 😛 As a child I had all kinds of silly nicknames but luckily not one of them stuck.

  11. hahaha so whenever someone is complaining to me about something, my response is usually “awww, muffin!” Maybe I need to start throwing ‘blueberry’ in there too?

    As for something collecting dust in my pantry – my almond flour. I haven’t used it in forever! I guess I just haven’t been baking much lately?

  12. You know I’m a fan of anything with fruit in it. I love the sound of these balls, er I mean bites.

    I need to tackle my pantry items before the CSA season kicks off and I’ll about produce. I just so happen to have like 20 bottles of oils and vinegars, not to mention all those grains. 🙂

      1. 1) Lettuce smoothies happened out of sheer desperation. You get that much lettuce; you’ll try anything.

        2) I’ve been making and guzzling smoothies since I’ve been blogging, long before it was cool to do so. The chocolate ones and sharing a recipe is new though. I’ll give you that.

  13. Blueberry muffin is seriously my favorite flavor of anything! Like to the point where i would have my dad drop off a bakery blueberry muffin for me practically every morning before school =l probably not the best choice for a daily occurrence. Andddddd I’ve had to change my schedule to be able to workout in the mornings and searching for something quick (yet still delicious and breakfasty) that i can grab at 530 AM and hold me over 😉 Aka I think i need to make these this weekend.. as well as some rice pudding.. and oatmeals.. and no bake cookies. p.s. how did you get your balls to stand on top of each other.. NO PUNS INTENDED. I’m mesmerized.

  14. Haha lame nicknames? Well my last name is Lehocky so so many people said things like “LeBasketball” and “LeSoccer” and dumb stuff like that. My dad called me pumpkin head because my head is so big 🙂 I love blueberry muffins! And as we’re getting into summer (kinda?) blueberries are getting in season and I can’t wait.

  15. THEEEESE look so good. I need to get some dried blueberries asap! I’ve been wanting to try them, but have been a little worried that the entire would just “mysteriously disappear” in a short amount of time.
    My aunt used to make big long nicknames for me like “Loua Leah Hucka Lucka” then add on like ten more rhymes. I also got “Leah Leah Ballerina” a lot even though I don’t dance and couldn’t if I tried.

  16. The nickname my mum used/uses still will stay a secret for as long as possible. It was embarrassing enough when she called me that way in front of my whole class in 6th grade.
    Dried blueberries are one of the few kinds of dried fruit I actually enjoy so safe to say you created a balling recipe here 😉 .
    My favourite kind of muffin is worth mentioning because it’s still the most requested in my family: chocolate with a sweet cream cheese filling and obviously covered in chocolate.

  17. I think you should thank your aunt for teaching you to read in Chinese! That’s very cool. But the making you pick weeds, not cool at all.

    These look really good. Dried blueberries must be in right now because I just drooled over another recipe with them.

  18. These look fantastic! I’m thinking I might try making a batch with the dried cranberries in the cupboard that I can’t seem to use up elsewhere. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  19. Humpty dumpty LOL. Wouldn’t have been my favorite nickname either. I ran xc and track in college and one year one of my teammates and I came back with a few extra pounds (mind you, we definitely were still plenty skinny) and our coach called us the Double Bubble Twins. My teammate was quite offended, I laughed. It was kind of funny. Anyway, your muffin energy balls look fabulous!

  20. What?!! To make children work in the garden during their summer vacations? It’s…it’s….it’s outrageously cruel! I’m that impressed with this fact that I’m speechless now:) Needless to mention, the muffin bolls look great (even though I don’t like protein powder). Good job!

  21. My mom used to call me sausage if that makes you feel any better.
    My friend just told me that he hates blueberry muffins, so we’re not friends anymore. Just kidding, but seriously, how could you hate them!? I’m a fan of blueberry, corn, pumpkin, and banana muffins. So any muffin except chocolate chip.

  22. YUM’d! This looks delicious. A definite must try! Please come share your blog posts over at the Home Matters Linky Party! We’d love to have you for a visit. The Door OPENS tonight at 9pm Pacific Time. 🙂

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  23. How many balls does this recipe make?!
    and to answer your question my nickname growing up from my dad was pumpkin.. don’t ask me why but I still to this day get called it! Favorite muffin has to be the Tim Hortons fruit explosion, so much fruit in one muffins, amazing.

  24. Looks great, especially for foodies like myself who don’t have easy access to an oven. Is it possible to use banana in this recipe without making the mixture too moist or crumbly?

  25. These look great! And I Will probably make them, and I love your art and photography. But I had to close three different pop-ups and an autoplay video with sound. I know you want to monetize, but that’s too much! I probably won’t be back. I’m sorry, but that’s too much trouble to go through.

  26. I love that you have a paleo option for this recipe! That is where my question comes in though…should there be nut butter in the paleo recipe?
    Love your site 🙂

      1. Thanks Arman. I realize that and would not have made it this far in my paleo journey had it not been for nut butters! Cashew is my personal fav. Your paleo version of this recipe doesn’t list nut butter and I didn’t know if that was just a slip or intentional. Thanks for all these wonderful recipes! Happy Eating 🙂

  27. Do you know the nutrition information and serving size for these? I’m a big meal prep person so this would help me to portion for the week

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