No Bake Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Balls (Keto, Low Carb)

Easy no bake paleo vegan pumpkin spice latte energy bites made with just 4 ingredients and ready in minutes! Soft and chewy balls to satisfy the sweet tooth, which tastes like pumpkin pie- It’s keto, low carb and sugar-free! 

No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Bites

No Bake Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Balls

Energy balls and energy bites are a snack I make weekly. I’ve found that they are the quick and easy fuel between meals, or when I have a training session but don’t have time for a meal.

This week, when I went to make a new batch to have on hand, I noticed an almost empty can of pumpkin puree in my fridge. There was barely enough to make flourless pumpkin brownies, but adapted into one of my no bake energy bite recipes? I could make that work!

Starbucks has just announced that everyone’s favorite Pumpkin Spice Latte is now officially being served, and I wanted to give my energy balls a healthy pumpkin spice latte twist! 

I’ll wholeheartedly admit that I have tried the pumpkin spice latte, but wasn’t a huge fan of it. It was incredibly sweet, lacked any real punch of coffee (which ironically, was a good thing) and the pumpkin taste was barely evident. 

Luckily, it was easy to combine the best bits of the pumpkin spice latte into a healthy no bake energy ball recipe. Not only are these bite-sized balls completely paleo and vegan, but because they are chock full of healthy fats and protein packed, they are also keto friendly and low carb!

So far, we’ve had chocolate coconut fat bombs, coconut energy balls, peanut butter energy balls and nut-free energy bites

Pumpkin spice fat bombs, anyone? 

No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Bites

What are the spices in a pumpkin spice latte?

A traditional pumpkin spice latte contains a mixture of pumpkin pie spice and apparently, a dash of black pepper. I (luckily) couldn’t taste the latter. 

How to make homemade pumpkin spice

Homemade pumpkin pie spice is so easy to make, and something I’m so grateful to have on hand. For my friends outside of America, finding pumpkin pie spice at the supermarket is almost impossible. 

As such, here is how to make your own homemade pumpkin pie spice

  • 1/3 cup ground cinnamon (I love using Saigon cinnamon, as the flavor is much more evident)
  • 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1 tablespoon ground cloves
  • 1 tablespoon ground allspice (sometimes referred to as mixed spice)

Simply combine all the ingredients in a small bowl and store in a sealed container or jar!

No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Bites stacked on top of one another

Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Bites Ingredients

  • Nut or seed butter of choice
  • Coconut Flour
  • Pumpkin puree
  • Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • Sweetener of choice (optional, but highly recommended!)

The nut or seed butter of choice-

I’m a huge fan of using almond butter, as the flavor isn’t overpowering and it is drippy enough (more liquid than stiff) to ensure it can easily be mixed. You can use peanut butter, but this isn’t paleo-friendly or suitable for those with nut allergies.

Sunflower seed butter and soy nut butter are both nut-free alternatives, which are still keto AND vegan-friendly. 

Coconut Flour-

Please do not substitute the coconut flour for another type of flour on a 1: 1 swap- It just won’t work. Coconut flour is like a sponge and absorbs liquids unlike any other. 

For those with a coconut allergy, you CAN substitute it for almond meal or almond flour, but ensure you double the amount, and continually add more until the desired consistency is achieved.

For a non-keto, non-paleo flour, oat flour (rolled oats ground to a flour) can also be substituted. Like almond flour, you’ll need to double the amount. 

Pumpkin Puree-

Only a small amount of pumpkin puree is needed, so either use a leftover portion of canned pumpkin or even make your own!

Simply steam pumpkin until soft and tender. Using a fork, mash the pumpkin until it is smooth. You can also blend it up for an even superior consistency. 

Sweetener of choice-

There are several sweetener options you can use for these pumpkin spice latte no bake bites. 

I used liquid stevia and added several drops (around 2 servings for the entire recipe). It provided ample sweetness, and there was no bitter aftertaste. 

If you don’t follow a ketogenic diet, you can use paleo and vegan-friendly sticky sweeteners, like pure maple syrup or agave. Start with 2-3 tablespoons, and taste to make sure it is sweet enough.

No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Bites stacked on top of one another.

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No Bake Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Bites (Paleo, Vegan, Keto, Low Carb, Sugar Free)- An easy 4-ingredient recipe for pumpkin spice latte energy bites which are soft, chewy and protein-packed! A delicious pumpkin snack which tastes like a Pumpkin Spice Latte! #pumpkinspicelatte #ketosnack #energyballs #fatbombs | Recipe on

No Bake Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Balls (Keto, Low Carb)

Easy no bake paleo vegan pumpkin spice latte energy bites made with just 4 ingredients and ready in minutes! Soft and chewy balls to satisfy the sweet tooth, which tastes like pumpkin pie- It's keto, low carb and sugar-free! 
4.94 from 79 votes
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Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 18 Balls
Calories: 97kcal
Author: Arman



  • In a large mixing bowl, combine your almond butter with pumpkin puree and mix well. 
  • Add your coconut flour, pumpkin pie spice and liquid sweetener and mix until fully incorporated, and a thick batter remains. If the batter is too thin, add a little extra coconut flour. 
  • Line a large plate with parchment paper. Using your hands, form 18 small balls and place in the plate. Refrigerate until firm. 


* Check the batter and if the batter is too thin, add extra coconut flour. Too thick or crumbly? Add some extra liquid/milk.
** For a non-keto option, use pure maple syrup or agave nectar.
No Bake Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Balls (Keto, Low Carb) should be kept refrigerated at all times. They are freezer friendly too. 


Serving: 1Bite | Calories: 97kcal | Carbohydrates: 3g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 8g | Fiber: 2g | Vitamin A: 100IU | Vitamin C: 0.8mg | Calcium: 20mg | Iron: 0.5mg | NET CARBS: 1g
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    38 thoughts on “No Bake Paleo Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Balls (Keto, Low Carb)

    1. These are a lifesaver. I can stay on any kind of food program, but, only if I can have a bit of sweets. As I am a sugar addict. Someday maybe be able to kick the sugar addiction.

    2. Ok, so I finally made these. They’re almost gone. Mine came a lot darker in color… probably because I added more pumpkin spice, but they are so good! My 3 year old son has been eating them on me. He calls them chocolate because of how dark they look. He loves pumpkin! I will definitely be making these again soon! And blogging about them! Or at least instagramming them. Thanks for the recipe!

    3. Hi there! Quick question…my pumpkin balls turned out a chocolate color and were much too “spicy” to eat more than a tsp of it. Any idea what went wrong? I keep looking over the recipe and I input all the ingredients as directed.

      Also, your picture shows some type of crystal like substance on the pumpkin balls. What is this?


    4. Hi Arman, these look awesome! What do you mean by 1 serving of liquid sweetener? How do you define a serving? Thank you!

    5. Would I be able to use a granulated sweetener like Swerve in place of the liquid? I don’t have any liquid sweetener unfortunately ?

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