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Honey Milk Balls

I love that this is a great high protein snack with ingredients from several of the basic food groups. It is easy to make and tastes good too. Be careful not to over mix the peanut butter and honey or it may get stiff. I like to use organic peanut butter for this because adding a tiny bit of extra peanut oil helps avoid the stiff mixture problem. Organic or natural peanut butter is often lower in sugar than most national brand peanut butters which is also good for my diet.

Ingredients

 1/2 cup peanut butter
 1/2 cup honey
 3/4 cup nonfat dry milk
 3 Tablespoons dry orange instant breakfast drink
 1 cup uncooked quick rolled oats

Directions

It helps if you start with all ingredients at room tempreture. Mix honey and peanut butter just until combined but not so much that it turns stiff. Add a very tiny bit of extra peanut oil if the mixture is too stiff. Stir in powdered milk and powdered orange drink. Stir in oats until well coated and shape into small bite-sized balls. No refrigeration is needed.

I prefer low or no sugar versions of the peanut butter and orange breakfast drink to help keep this out of the dessert category but feel free to use the full sugar versions if you want something sweeter.


Serves: 4
Oats Honey Peanut_Butter Dry_Milk No-Cook

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