Cake Batter Protein Balls RecipeJanuary 21, 2022
Made with protein powder, these Cake Batter Protein Balls are a treat any time of day! Each ball has more than 8 grams of protein!
Protein powder has come a long way in the past decade. I remember trying protein powder in the late ’90s and you really had to choke it down. Now, not only is it delicious, but there are some brands that might as well be dessert!
I’ve made cake batter chaffles, these protein balls, and soon to publish cake batter protein pudding.
For these cake batter protein balls, I used vanilla protein powder. I also used almond butter. The almond butter has a taste that goes so well with cake batter flavoring. At least, I think it’s better than peanut butter.
I used oats, in order to keep them gluten-free and give them the structure to turn them into balls. I also used a touch of almond milk to make the dough.
Cake Batter Protein Balls
Recipe by: Amy Roskelley of Health Beet
Makes 4 protein balls
Prep: 5 minutes; Total: 5 minutes
- 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
- 1/3 cup oats
- 2 tablespoons almond butter
- 1/2 teaspoon cake batter extract
- 1 tablespoon Almond milk (vanilla unsweetened)
- 1 dash sprinkles
- Mix all ingredients together and form into four balls. Chill until ready to eat.
Nutritional Info: 1 Protein Ball
Calories 101; Carbohydrates 6 grams; Fat 5 grams; Protein 9 grams
ABOUT THE AUTHORAmy Roskelley is a health & fitness professional with a Bachelors of Science in Community Health from BYU. She is a Certified Personal Trainer (ACE), Certified Personal Chef (IAP), and Certified as a Nutrition & Wellness Consultant (AFPA). She is the founder of the health and fitness blog, Health Beet and the creator of many low calorie recipes author of weight loss books. Read more articles by Amy!
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