We are obsessed with all things lemon in our family, so when Young Living asked me to create a summer recipe using their vitality line of essential oils… I knew exactly what vitality oil I would be using!! Lemon of course!! I knew immediately I wanted to create Lushious Lemon Powerballs!!
Young Living’s line of vitality essential oils were created to be used in the kitchen. Amazing right? I’ve used cilantro in our salsa, basil in our marinara, ginger in our stir-fry and now lemon in our powerballs!!
Lemon Vitality Essential Oil
Lemon Vitality oil has a bright taste you’ll want to keep on hand for almost anything you whip up. Its versatility in sweet and savory recipes is what makes this fruit a popular item in kitchens around the world. Use Young Living’s Lemon Vitality™ essential oil to add flavor to savory dishes like pasta and chicken or sweet foods like cookies, cakes and powerballs.
Lemon vitality comes in your starter kit and is one of my most used oils. I love to add a few drops to a cup of hot water in the am, in my dressings and marinades and to perk up my plain greek yogurt when I don’t have fresh lemons on hand.
Lushious Lemon Powerball Ingredients
- OLD FASHIONED OATS
- COCONUT BUTTER
- RAW HONEY
- PROTEIN POWDER
- SHREDDED COCONUT
- VANILLA EXTRACT
- LEMON ZEST
- LEMON VITALITY OIL
- SEA SALT
HOW TO MAKE LUSHIOUS LEMON POWERBALLS
Are you ready to make Luscious Lemon Powerballs? You most likely already have all the ingredients on hand. Here’s a few tips to make the perfect powerballs I’ve learned over the years.
Step 1. Grind your oats
I like to use my blendtec bender for this. You want an almost flour consistency. If your oats are too course your ingredients won’t stick together making for a very crumbly “dough”. Its better to over blend than it is to under blend.
Mix all dry ingredients together in a bowl. I like to use a kitchen aid mixer with a paddle attachment but you can easily make this recipe by hand with little extra elbow grease.
Melt coconut butter in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir. You want a natural peanut butter consistency. Melted but not runny I that makes sense? Add the remaining wet ingredients to coconut butter and stir.
Add your wet ingredients to your dry ingredients and mix on low speed of your kitchen aid mixer with the the paddle attachment until a “dough forms.
Scoop the “dough” with a medium cookie scoop onto a parchment lined cookie sheet. Freeze for a minimum of 20 minutes to set the coconut butter. Powerballs will be hard. Enjoy!!
Want more Powerball recipes?
- Classic Powerballs
- Strawberry Lemonade Powerballs
- Almond Joyous Powerballs
- Gingerbread Oh Snap Powerballs
- Candy Cane Cocoa Powerballs
- Sunbutter Powerballs (nut free)
Lushious Lemon Powerballs
Lushious Lemon Powerballs are a healthy snack that tastes like a treat!! Freeze them for an easy grab and go snack to fuel your work out or your work day
- 2 cups Old Fashioned Oats ground fine
- 1 cup Coconut Butter
- 2/3 cup Honey
- 1/3 cup Unsweetened Shredded Cocout
- 1 scoop Vanilla Spice Pure Complete Protien
- 2 tbsp Lemon Zest
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 10-15 drops Lemon Viatlaity Essential oil
- dash Sea Salt
Pulse oats in a blender until fine.
Melt coconut butter in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir.
Add all dry ingredients to the bowl of a kitchen aid mixer. Mix well.
Add vanilla, lemon zest, lemon oil, honey and melted coconut butter to dry ingredients.
Mix until a dough forms. Scoop into balls with a medium sized cookie scoop or a tbsp sized measuring spoon onto a metal tray.
Pop in the fridge or freezer for 30 minutes to set.
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Recipe is all the way to the bottom of the page friend!!
While attending the Virtual Young Living convention, I saw you demonstrate making this recipe and had to find you. These are awesome! I love anything lemon. I didn’t have coconut butter, but it was easy enough to make during some of the convention breaks. I can’t wait to explore more of your website and recipes. Thanks!
I’m so happy you are here!! You will LOVE These!!!
Hi, I too saw you at the virtua Young Livingl convention and decided to check out your blog. I love to cook and bake as well as anything lemon, so you had me interested right away!! Ive been with Young Living since last year and haven’t really tried the vitality oils but I’m definitely trying this recipe this week yet. Thank you!!
Hi Agatha! I am so happy you found me!! Welcome!! I LOVE he vitality line. I use it daily!! I hope you love it!!
Hi Shannon! These sound perfect but I have a friend that I’m encouraging to use YL oils that can’t do coconut. Do you have a substitution for that? Thanks so much!!!`
Hi becky!! You could try cashew butter? It has a more mild taste. I would have to play around with it though!! Not for sure on the swaps for quantity!!