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Nut Butter Chocolate Protein Balls Recipe.

Nut Butter Chocolate Protein Balls

 

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15 MINUTES

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SERVES 4

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7  INGREDIENTS

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194 CAL/SERVE

 

INGREDIENTS AND DIRECTIONS

INGREDIENTS

  • 4-5 tablespoons salted smooth peanut butter (use a natural, drippy peanut butter for best results)
  • 1 serving (30g) of Go Good Whey Protein Powder + Organic Chocolate
  • 2 tablespoons brown rice syrup (other sticky liquid sweeteners should also work)
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoons cacao powder
  • 2 tablespoons rolled oats (quick or regular)
  • 1-3 teaspoons liquid sweetener, or stevia to taste (optional, add for more sweetness)
  • 2 teaspoons chia seeds (or sub hemp seeds)
Nut Butter Chocolate Protein Balls - Ingredients.

 

DIRECTIONS

  1. To start, stir together 4 tablespoons (¼ cup) peanut butter with the syrup and vanilla extract. Add in all of the dry ingredients, and use a spatula to fold them into the wet mixture– it may seem a little dry at first, but keep folding/pressing until fully incorporated.
  2. The resulting mixture will be a little sticky and should hold together when pressed into a large ball. If the dough is too crumbly and not sticking, add more peanut butter or syrup as needed until it becomes more cohesive.
  3. Shape 8 balls, and enjoy immediately or pop them in the fridge to firm up more. They should keep in a tightly-sealed container in the fridge for 1 to 2 weeks.
Nut Butter Chocolate Protein Balls - Suggested Presentation.

 

 

Go Good Organic Chocolate Whey Protein Powder.

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Whey Protein Powder + Organic Chocolate

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About the author: Meg Silsby - Whollyum

Meg is an avid runner and baker with a passion for making sweet treats with a healthy twist. She has a fondness for turning dates into caramel and slightly under-baking her brownies. When she's not baking up a storm in the kitchen, you'll probably find her writing about her healthier creations on her blog.

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