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Peanut Butter Protein Balls

After a successful Menopause Awareness Workshop, where I might add, I made lots and lots of protein balls and I only came home with 3! ha ha

So you have asked for this recipe too and here it is, my latest creation. But be warned, they taste amazing!!!!!

lorraine mitchell fitness
peanut butter protein balls
  • 6 tbspn organic peanut butter

  • 2 scoops Vanilla Protein Powder (60g)

  • 1/2 cup rolled oats

  • 1 tbspn chia seeds

  • 2 tbspn organic honey

  • 25g dark chocolate chips

  • 4 tbspn water (for binding altogether)

Mix altogether in a bowl and bind with water. Use water sparingly as you don't want to remove the flavour, so add gradually, and if need be, don't add it all. It is very much personal choice and taste. Separate and roll into 18 balls. Job done and put them in the fridge. Easily last for a week in the fridge or you can also freeze them.

Like all protein ball recipes, you adapt to your personal taste. Choose a good quality protein powder, which has at least 25-30g per scoop. I used dark chocolate instead of milk chocolate to keep fats low and healthy. You can also change the type of peanut butter; e.g. thin and drippy instead of thick and crunchy and even be more creative and incorporate other ingredients if you wish. This is why I love making protein balls

This recipe will make 18 balls, each at approximately 73 calories and carries the following macros:

Carbs @ 5g, Protein @ 5g, healthy fats @ 4g and fibre @ 1g




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