Our Top 5 Tastiest Protein Ball Recipes
Never be at a loss for snack ideas with our top 5 tastiest recipes. We love any excuse to get in the kitchen and make protein balls, adding our favourite ingredients, then later on savouring every taste.
Protein balls are oh-so-easy to prepare and can be taken to work or when you're on the go. There are many varieties of protein balls, so get creative and try something new each time!
Below are our five top picks. Which one will you try first?
Coffee Protein Balls
Swap your morning latte with a coffee protein ball! They're rich in that coffee scent and flavour we know you love. And best of all, they're easy to make with just six ingredients; it's no wonder this is one of our favourite protein ball recipes!
Here's what you'll need: two scoops of Happy Way's coffee flavoured whey protein powder, half a cup of almond butter, half a cup of rice malt syrup or honey, and one cup of instant oats (flakes oats). You'll also need one espresso shot and half a cup of crushed almonds.
To make these protein balls, add all of the ingredients into a bowl. Then, mix it with a spoon. Once combined, roll the mixture into bite-sized balls. Then, roll the balls into the crushed almonds and set them all aside. Next, place them into the fridge for one hour. Now all you need to do is eat and enjoy them!
Berry Protein Balls
This berry amazing recipe always has us wanting more! It reminds us of summer, and we adore the ingredients used! If you're looking for new protein ball recipes, then give this one a go.
Have prepared one cup of dates, soaked and one cup of almonds. You'll also need two tablespoons of berry flavoured whey protein powder, one tablespoon of honey or rice malt syrup, juice of half a lemon, and a third of a cup of Goji Berries. Lastly, you'll need two tablespoons of melted coconut oil, and half a cup of desiccated coconut plus extra to roll!
Let's make these protein balls!
To begin with, soak the dates in warm water for 15 minutes. Then, strain them and set them aside. Next, add the almonds to a food processor and blend them for one to two minutes until almond meal consistency.
Once you've done that, add all the remaining ingredients and blend until it is well-formed. Then, roll the mixture into individual balls and coat them in desiccated coconut. Place the protein balls into the fridge to set for around 20-30 minutes. Then, sit back and enjoy your wonderful creation!
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Raw Salted Caramel Protein Powder Balls
Salted caramel - is there a better combo? Well, it's high on our list of favourite pairings, and we're super excited to share this recipe with you.
This one needs eight ingredients, some of which you may have in your pantry. Here's what you'll need: one cup of chocolate whey protein powder, one cup of peanut butter (or your favourite nut/seed butter), one cup of desiccated coconut, and one tablespoon of chia seeds. You'll also need half a cup of rolled oats, one tablespoon of maple syrup or honey, two tablespoons of water, and a pinch of salt. We love these ingredients; it’s no wonder it’s one of our favourite protein ball recipes!
Okay, let's make these protein balls! So, if you want to make around 18 protein balls, begin by mixing the peanut butter and maple syrup in a big bowl or your food processor until it's all combined.
Then, add the oats, chia seeds, three-quarters of the desiccated coconut and the protein powder to the bowl.
If you're using a large wooden spoon instead of a food processor, combine all of the ingredients well until a sticky and dough-like consistency forms.
If the mixture is too wet, add a touch more protein power, or a bit of water if it's too dry and not sticking together.
Next, roll the dough into balls. Then, pour the remainder of the desiccated coconut into a bowl and roll and coat the protein balls in it.
Lastly, place the protein balls in the fridge, allowing them to firm up.
Once they're set, enjoy every delicious mouthful!
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We hope you love these protein ball recipes!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls
OMG! Chocolate and peanut butter! Another one of our favourite combos. Let's get straight to it.
Have ready two tablespoons of peanut butter, two tablespoons of honey, and one teaspoon of vanilla extract. You'll also need half a cup of peanut butter protein powder, two tablespoons of cacao or cocoa, and one pinch of salt.
To make these protein balls, place the peanut butter, vanilla, honey, and salt into a bowl, mixing it to combine. Then, add the protein powder and cacao or cocoa to the bowl and mix it. Using your hands, work the mixture until it looks like cookie dough consistency. Shape one tablespoon mixtures into balls, then place them in the fridge to set for 30 minutes. All that's left is to enjoy them!
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We love these protein ball recipes and have one more to share with you that we think is super tasty!
Vanilla, Coconut & Lime Protein Balls
You're going to want to try these. We can't get enough!
This recipe needs one cup of raw cashew nuts, one cup of desiccated coconut plus extra to roll, and half a cup of dates. You'll also need one juiced lime, two tablespoons of melted coconut oil, two teaspoons of rice malt syrup, and one tablespoon of vanilla flavoured protein powder.
First up, soak the dates in warm water for 20 minutes until they're soft. Then, add the cashew nuts into your food processor and blend them until cashew meal consistency. Next, add the remaining ingredients into the food processor and blend them until they're all well combined.
Using your hands, roll tablespoon amounts of the mixture into balls and coat them in desiccated coconut. Once you're done, place the protein balls into the fridge to set for around 30 minutes before eating them. All there's left now is to enjoy them!
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What do you think of our top 5 tastiest protein ball recipes? We can't wait to get in the kitchen and prepare them!