Football Power Balls for the Big Game
These power balls are shaped like footballs just for the Big, Super Game. They’ll revive you after sitting on the couch for 8 hours and gorging on crap.
Or, you can just keep sitting on the couch for the rest of your life and eating these football power balls, because they have a ton of calories that will probably sustain your sedentary corpse for quite a while.
What the Big Game Means to Me and Why I Chose This Delectable Treat to Bake Year After Year
Nothing. The Big Game means nothing to me. And the real reason I bake these football power balls isn’t for football. It’s so I can have emergency survival rations if I get lost in the wilderness. But who’s to say they can’t work for sitting and expending no calories as well? At least all the fiber in them should help clear out the toxic pizza, wing, and beer sludge that’s been marinating in your colon for the past week.
Football Power Balls Recipe
Ingredients You’ll Need
- 12 dried Medjool dates
- ½c almonds
- ½c natural peanut butter
- ½c oats
- 3tblsp ground flax seeds
- 1tsp vanilla extract
- pinch of sea salt
Instructions to Follow
- Put the dates, rolled oats, and almonds in a food processor and blend until combined.
- Add the remaining ingredients and process for another minute.
- Check if the dough is sticky and able to keep its shape. Add extra water if it is too dry.
- Spoon out the mixture and form it into a football shape.
- Enjoy these football power balls!
Like This? Try My Other Recipes!
First of all, please explain how you could like this. Second, you can check out my rice pilaf recipe, quinoa stir fry recipe, and Valentine’s Day cookie recipe if you really want your kitchen to smell rank.