Healthy Honey Milk Balls

Jar of Honey

No Bake Honey Milk Balls

These sweet, crunchy milk balls make a great treat to have on hand! Peanut butter can be a very nutritious part of your diet as can honey. Honey is a rich source of carbohydrates, providing 17 grams per tablespoon, making it ideal for your muscles since carbohydrates are the primary fuel the body uses for energy. And milk…well, we all know the benefits of milk for calcium and other nutrients! If you are lactose intolerant, purchase lactaid, or soy milk. Any form of lactose free milk you prefer will work in this recipe. You can purchase soy milk in an Instant Non-Genetically Engineered Soy Milk Powder to replace regular milk powder. This milk powder is put out by Now Foods. Soy Milk has no cholesterol and is extremely low in saturated fat. Since it has no lactose, it is a great alternative for lactose intolerant individuals.

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Ingredients for Honey Milk Balls:

1/4 cup honeyJar of Honey
1/4 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup dry milk, nonfat
1/2 cup crushed cornflakes


Mix honey and peanut butter. Gradually add dry milk and mix well.

Chill mixture for about an hour for easier handling.

With greased hands, form into small balls. Roll in crushed cereal flakes. Chill until firm.

Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours.

Serving Size: Serving Size: 2 honey milk balls

Recipe yields 20 servings.

Nutrition Information Per Serving:  carton-and-bottle-of-milk

  • Calories 40
  • Total fat 1.5 grams
  • Saturated fat 0 grams
  • Trans fat 0 grams
  • Cholesterol 0 milligrams
  • Sodium 15 milligrams
  • Total Carbohydrate 6 grams
  • Dietary Fiber 0 grams
  • Sugars 5 grams
  • Protein 1 gram

Notes: Honey should not be given to children less than one year of age.

Honey tastes sweeter than sugar. When substituting honey for sugar (other than in baked goods),  start by using half as much honey as sugar; then adjust to taste.

See also: Sweet Choice of Honey

Author: Jeni

Certified by the Professional School of Fitness and Nutrition in March, 1995; honored for exemplary grades. Practicing fitness and nutrition for over 20 years. Featured in the Feb. 1994 issue of "Shape" magazine. Featured in Collage in the spring issue of 1995 Low fat recipe's published in Taste of Home, Quick Cooking, and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, among others. September, 2001: Featured in "Winning The War on Cholesterol" By Rodale Publishing

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