Matcha & Beet Root Energy Bites
These no bake, quick-n-easy delectable bites are a perfect mid-afternoon snack to keep you going without the jittery side effects.
Beet Root Powder, for garnishing
½ cup raw organic honey
3 Tbsp. water
1 cup protein powder
1 cup oatmeal
½ cup chocolate chips, cranberries, or your favorite mix-in.
COMBINE all ingredients except for Beet Root Powder into a large mixing bowl, then spoon out small amounts and roll into bite-sized balls on wax paper.
EMPTY remaining Green Tea Matcha Single into a shallow bowl, and add Beet Root Powder to a separate bowl.
LIGHTLY roll matcha bites in both bowls to create a colorful garnish!
FREEZE 3-4 bites together in small wax paper segments for easy grab-and-go snacking! Thaws in mins.
Spice Fun Fact: In addition to culinary uses, ginger is used for fragrance in soaps and cosmetics, as well as in laxatives, anti-gas, and antacids.
Spice Fun Fact: Because the flower grows close to the ground and smells like apple, the word ʺchamomileʺ derives from the Greek words ʺchamosʺ meaning ground and ʺmilosʺ meaning apple.
Spice Fun Fact: Ceylon cinnamon is known as true cinnamon, whereas most of the other ʺcinnamonsʺ on the market are actually the closely related, but very different, cassia.
Green tea leaves are finely ground, resulting in high-quality matcha that’s perfect for preparing traditional matcha, cold-brewed matcha, green tea lattes, and smoothies. Comes in a 20g travel-sized gunmetal tin. Recommend 1/2 tsp for an estimated 14 servings.
Spice Fun Fact: These tightly-rolled quills are very delicate and can break apart with your fingertips. Ceylon cinnamon is less spicy and more complex than cassia cinnamon.
Spice Fun Fact: As a result of being one of the world's largest producers of nutmeg, Grenada (a Caribbean Island) has a symbol on their flag representing the popular spice.
Spice Fun Fact: Native to India, Southeast Asia, and Oceania, this genus includes over 45 species of grasses that are used to attract honey bees.
Spice Fun Fact: Due to its unique fruity flavor, hibiscus is used in hot and cold beverages worldwide. Some popular options include: agua de Jamaica, sorrel, and many types of tea.
Get more beauty sleep with this relaxing blend of botanicals. Calming valerian root, warming cardamom, and sweet spearmint make this an ideal tea to sip before turning in to catch some zzz's.