Vegan Protein Bites

Vegan Sex Bites!

Sex Bites!

Wow, these little babies, aptly named vegan Sex Bites, really work!  The taste is amazing with the orange hit followed by a little chilli kick at the end of each bite.  After a couple of hours, you’ll start to get why they are named Sex Bites!

I’ve been seeking tasty and healthy vegan protein snacks for some time and haven’t been successful.  So, I decided to create my own recipes.

This recipe is for Sex Bites however, you may also like my other Bites recipes so please click on the links for details (Slim, Energy, Recovery, Brain, Strength).

I activate nuts and seeds before I use them in recipes.  This means bringing hibernated food back to life so it can share it’s full nutrition with you – nuts and seeds will release healthy enzymes and be easily digestible after activating.  To do this, I soak the nuts and seeds overnight, rinse them well and let them geminate for a couple of hours, rinse again and use.  If I’m not using them straight away, I tend to dehydrate them so I can use them another day.

This recipe creates 36 bite sized balls so perfect to last you a few weeks!



  1. Drain the water from the dates and raisins and set aside for later use.
  2. Place all the ingredients into a food processor and blend until the mixture sticks together when pinched.  You don’t want it too smooth though as you need to keep some texture.
  3. If the texture is too dry, add the filtered water you set aside earlier at a tablespoon at a time.
  4. Roll into small bite sized balls (20 grams) using the palms of your hands
  5. If you wish, you can coat these bites in desiccated coconut, chopped nuts for extra texture/crunch, cacao or simply leave plain.  If you decide to coat your bites, I recommend you do it straight away as coatings don’t stick very well once the bites have set in the fridge.
  6. Place your bites in the fridge in a sealed container until you are ready to eat them (they will last up to 3 weeks in the fridge). Alternatively, I find they freeze well for up to 3 months (allow up to an hour to defrost before consuming).


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