Peanut Butter Protein Balls RecipeJune 12, 2020
Peanut Butter Protein Balls Recipe
These Peanut Butter Protein Balls bring together a favorite combination of peanut butter and chocolate. The bonus to these is that they have protein as one of the ingredients which are a great choice for bariatric surgery patients and anyone health-minded. They are a quick and easy snack or dessert.
You can keep these on hand when you want a little something that's healthy and satisfying. The Peanut Butter Protein Balls are simple to make and taste delicious!
Peanut Butter Protein Balls
Recipe by: Ashley Justice of Bariatric Women
Makes 24 Servings
- 4 scoops vanilla protein powder
- 1 cup natural peanut butter
- 2 tbsp truvia nectar or sugar free maple syrup
- ¼ cup Splenda
- 2 to 4 tsp unsweetened almond milk
- 1 oz sugar free chocolate chips
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- Combine your protein powder, peanut butter, truvia nectar, Splenda, and vanilla in a bowl. Mixture will be thick and somewhat dry.
- Start to incorporate the almond milk 1 tsp at a time until the mixture is no longer crumbly and will still form a soft ball.
- Form 24 balls and place them in the fridge to chill.
- Melt your chocolate in the microwave, heating it 20 seconds at a time and stirring well in between. Drizzle the chocolate over the balls and serve once the chocolate has hardened.
Nutritional Info Per Serving
Calories 81; Carbohydrates 5 grams; Fat 6 grams; Protein 6 grams
ABOUT THE AUTHORAshley Justice is the Co-Founder of Bariatric Women which is an online support community of over 66,000. She also is a certified Nutrition Coach who specializes in bariatric nutrition. As a RNY patient herself, with a 198 pound weight loss, she enjoys creating healthy versions of her favorite meals.
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