Foodista: Peanut Butter & Coconut Balls

Peanut Butter & Coconut Balls

I was browsing cupcakeMAG the other day and came across this amazing looking recipe for peanut butter and coconut balls. They look so delicious, easy to make and according to Casi, they give you an extra boost of protein.

Here’s what you need:


  • 1/3 cup flax seeds
  • ¼ cup chocolate chips
  • 1 1/3 cup oats
  • ½ cup peanut butter
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • ½ cup agave nectar
  • 1 cup shredded coconut


  1. Mix ingredients in a bowl and let sit in a fridge for 15 minutes
  2. Bring them out of the fridge, roll them into balls
  3. Serve!

They sound so good and definitely easy enough to make with the kids.

We’ll definitely be making a batch of these this weekend. What are your go-to weekend recipes?  Share them in the comments.


  • Jill

    Sounds delicious, peanut butter and coconut are two of my favorites things.

  • Yem

    Yum! I have to do these <3

  • Kat

    This recipe is just copied from another source? You should post some original ideas rather than continuing to steal things from other women. #UnTrueTori

    • Lena

      She has in the beginning of her blog, that you can see clearly in red where you can click and it takes you to where she got the recipe! That was rude and uncalled for #footinmouth

      • Brian

        I agree, Lena. It’s nothing that doesn’t happen on Pinterest… or any other blog for that matter. It’s OK to find something you like and share it with others you think may enjoy it too. Especially linking back to the original author (who, btw, used someone else’s recipe and tweaked it a little). I just made these minus the flax seeds cause our grocery was out of them and they were delicious. Very filling, thanks Tor!

        • Laurie

          I agree with Lena and Brian. It is not necessary to be rude.

  • Carl

    Divorce the jerk. If you want a man that cheats there are tons more in the world. They come a dime a dozen!

    • Laurie

      Really Carl???? Your comment has nothing to do with the recipe.

  • Emily

    @ Kat….I don’t think it’s stealing if she’s giving credit to where the recipe came from. People share recipes all the time, and why keep coming if you don’t like what she’s posting?

  • KatRn

    Thanks for sharing!! Sounds great!

  • Cafe Naki

    Delicious! I added 1 cup raisins, 1/3 cup honey instead of agave & tablespoon cinnamon!

  • Stacey Sparks

    We’ve been making these for about two years now, they are great right after a Zumba workout. Just enough of a boost to get you to where you can get a meal.

  • Bea Long

    I made Italian Florentine Cookies this week. I should have them posted on my blog soon!

  • Rebecca

    I’d get rid of the agave and use raw organic honey. Just make sure it’s actually honey. Surprising how many brands are sold in stores that are actually not honey or are cut with HFCS.