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Peanut Butter Engery Gels Recipe

Need a little extra boost to get through your workout? Try this easy energy gel recipe!

Combine brown rice syrup, malt, coconut oil, peanut butter and salt - add to a clean glass jar. Next, heat using a double boiler.

Don’t have a double boiler? No sweat. Make your own by placing your jar inside a tall saucepan. Fill the saucepan with enough water so that the jar is a bit more than halfway submersed. Heat the saucepan on medium-low, stirring the mixture in the jar frequently until it is well combined, approx. 10 minutes.

Remove from heat, then carefully remove jar from saucepan. Heat ¼ cup water and add it to the mixture in the jar, stir and shake vigorously until well combined and no separation occurs. Let cool.

Add to smaller, portable containers (squeeze tubes if you can find them!). Cover the jar with an air-tight lid and store leftover gel in a cool, dry place.

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