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5 minute Coffee Protein Energy Bites Beauty and the Beets

I remember being in junior high and making raw “cookie” dough for an after school snack. I would take eggs, flour, sugar and a little vanilla extract and mix it all together, then eat it with a big spoon. Raw. Sometimes if we had chocolate chips in the house I would add those. My brothers and I would eat this everyday, until the parental units caught on to why they never had eggs when they needed them. And one time, I tried to bake my dough mixture and it made for one nasty tasting cookie. But boy did we love the dough raw.

Fast forward to my college years when raw cookie dough really became a thing. Did anyone else buy that rolled cookie dough and just dig in? Dinner would be a roll of cookie dough and a glass of milk. Shhhh, don’t tell Mom. When they started making raw cookie dough ice cream I was hooked.

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Now, raw “cookie” dough has become grown up and healthy. Ever since I discovered how simple energy bites are to make, I have been on a bit of a kick. I have made Almond Butter Energy Bites, Matcha Tea and White Chocolate Energy Bites, Maple Blueberry Oatmeal Energy Bites and Pumpkin Spice Latte Energy Bites. These bites have developed a cult like following on the internet. Bloggers have been making versions of these for years and though I am late to jump on the bandwagon, I am certainly making up for lost time. I love to make a batch of energy bites and leave them in the fridge and Mr. Beet will grab one or two on his way out the door, or I will grab one in the afternoon when I am hitting that 3pm energy slump. Even the kids can get in on this fun. Think cookie dough, but without the raw eggs and insane amount of sugar.

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Vanilla Latte Click Coffee Protein Beauty and the Beets

This time I am incorporating coffee into my energy bites. I have partnered with Click
Coffee & Protein Drink Mix
 – they make a line of protein powders that
combine a real double shot of espresso coffee and protein all in one! Their
mixes come in 3 flavors – mocha, caramel, and vanilla latte.
Often times, when I am in a hurry for something quick in the morning, to get
the energy and nutrition I need, I will add CLICK Coffee Protein drink mix
to a glass of water and I am on my way.

Click Coffee Protein Powder Beauty and the Beets

I decided to up my coffee & protein powder game by adding some of this mix to my energy bites. For this recipe I used the Vanilla Latte flavor, though any of their delicious flavors would work.

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Coffee Protein Energy Bites

Coffee Protein Energy Bites

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Easy to make, easy to eat on the go.



  1. Add all the ingredients to a large bowl and mix well. Use your hand if desired to mix the dough really well.
  2. Scoop about 2 tablespoons of dough out and roll into a ball. Continue until all the dough is used, makes about 12 balls.
  3. Store in the refrigerator for up to a week.

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*I have been compensated for my recipe by Click Coffee and Protein drink mix. All opinions are my own. This post also contains affiliate links and your support is greatly appreciated. *

Jennifer Carroll

Tuesday 2nd of May 2017

I am trying to eat better and think this would be something cool to try!

Kim Naumann

Monday 1st of May 2017

Just started clean eating and love iced coffee and this has protein so sounds perfect!

Melissa Cunningham

Monday 1st of May 2017

I'd love to have more energy and ambition!

Tonya Flores

Monday 1st of May 2017

I need energy, I have NONE. It sucks!

wen budro

Monday 1st of May 2017

I would love to try this product because I'm looking for protein sources other than meat.

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