If you have followed our adventures for any time, you will know we love making Protein Balls for our family and friends.
Well, hold onto your seats, because we have another beauty today.
We are always looking for great ways of making healthy protein powder peanut butter balls to have on hand as healthy snack recipes for kids and work, and today’s recipe fits the bill perfectly.
Keep reading to find out more.
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If you love your peanut butter, honey, chia seeds, oats, hazelnut spread, and a little bit of protein powder, you will love this recipe we have for you today.
No cooking is involved, and you don’t even need a food processor. Just a large bowl, a wooden mixing spoon (or even your hands if desperate), a tray to go into the fridge, and some non stick baking paper to place on the tray if you want to keep the mess off the tray.
And yes mum in case you were wondering, this a great recipe to make with the kids.
They LOVE getting in and helping out, and it is a lovely time to bond with them, and just listen to them talk (just clean their hands first, lol).
So, check out today’s yummy recipe and let us know what you think below.
- 1 cup of peanut butter
- 1 cup of rolled oats
- 3 tbsp of honey
- 3 tbsp of hazelnut spread (or Nutella)
- 2 tbsp of shredded coconut
- 2 tbsp of chia seeds
- 2 scoops of chocolate protein powder
- A little water if needed
- Note: half a cup of choc chips or dried chopped fruit can be added for variation.
- Place a sheet of non stick baking paper on a tray to go in the fridge afterwards
- Place all the ingredients to be included in the recipe into a large bowl and combine
- You want a mixture thick enough to handle and roll into balls, so add a little water if too dry and crumbly, or some more oats if too wet (you can also try placing the mixture in the fridge for 30 minutes to set it slightly)
- Once ready, roll the mixture into one inch balls and place on the baking paper
- Place the tray and finished balls into the fridge for an hour to set
- Eat and enjoy or place the balls into an airtight container in the fridge
You can make this recipe as healthy (or not) as you wish. By choosing wisely when buying your ingredients, you are able to purchase natural peanut butter, and make or buy your own healthy hazelnut spread.
If you enjoyed today’s recipe:’How To Make Healthy Peanut Butter And Coconut Protein Balls‘, take a look at ‘How to make fruit, nut and coconut protein balls‘. You will love them.
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