Learn how to make Simple Eats’ ‘No Bake’ Keto Energy Balls from Celebrity Chef Tito Dudley

Celebrity Chef Tito Dudley

Celebrity Chef Tito Dudley is passionate about teaching others how to live healthy lifestyles through organic and clean diets, supplements, and safe exercise. For Tito, the best thing he can do is inform everyone he comes across about the many benefits of clean living. And contrary to other people out there, Tito does not believe in dieting. Instead, he believes in living a healthier lifestyle. And that entails making sure to incorporate whole foods, plant-based foods, a substantial amount of animal protein, a minimal amount of dairy, and staying away from highly processed foods.

His passions include spending time in the kitchen and coming up with new dishes that are both healthy and delicious. As a chef, he only wants what’s best for his clients. And with that, he provides dietary eBooks specific to one’s needs because his ultimate goal is for visitors to become skillful eaters. He also runs the SEWCT Podcast, where you can learn the latest news on health, food, and plant culture.

Over the last few years, Tito has had the unique opportunity of cooking for amazing organizations. These include The JCC in Manhattan, First Descents, The Palette Foundation, a premier sushi restaurant, a Danish restaurant called Aamann Copenhagen, Tu Lu’s Bakery, and many clients in the entertainment and financial industry. These experiences have molded Tito into a well-rounded and experienced chef who cannot wait to share his knowledge with the world.

This week, he has come up with a new recipe that he would like to share with us.

Simple Eats’ ‘No Bake’ Keto Energy Balls


1 cup almond flour
3 cups unsweetened shredded coconut, set aside 1/2 cup to roll the dough
1/2 cup hemp seeds
1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
2/3 cup monk fruit sweetener
1/3 cup + 1 tbsp of unsweetened Coconut Milk

Place all the ingredients (except chocolate chips) in a food processor, and pulse a few times until the dough has begun to form. At this point, place the mixture in a medium size bowl. Using a rubber spatula continue forming the dough while adding the chocolate chips to the mix.

Use a 1.5 oz ice cream scooper, and your hands, to help form the dough into small ball shapes.

Roll the formed dough balls into the coconut flakes until all sides are thoroughly coated.

Place dough balls into an air tight food container, and place in the refrigerator for a minimum of 1 hour.


Store in the refrigerator until ready to eat, as these dough balls hold together better when chilled. These delicious treats can last for up to a week in the refrigerator, and are a great healthy snack option to have on hand when you’re craving something sweet.

You can follow his official Instagram handle or check out his website for more such delicious recipe.

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