Strawberry and Vanilla Protein Balls

Roslyn Yee | Accredited Sports Dietitian by Roslyn Yee | Accredited Sports Dietitian 18 April 2018

Change up your regular chocolate recipe with our scrumptious strawberry and vanilla protein balls packed with nutrients

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Strawberry and Vanilla Protein Balls

Makes approx. 10 balls

Ingredients

5 fresh dates, pitted

30g True WPI90 Strawberry & Cream

30g True WPI90 French Vanilla

1/2 cup oats

1/2 cup almonds or almond meal

1.5 tbsp coconut oil

1 tbsp maple syrup

4 tbsps True Protein Natural ABC Butter  

Method

1. Pour 1/4 cup boiling water over pitted dates and soak for 10min or until softened. Do not discard the liquid.

2. Add oats and almonds into food processor and blitz to a coarse texture.

3. Add all other wet and dry ingredients and process until the mixture forms together.

4. Roll mixture into balls about the size of a small golf ball. Store in the fridge. 

 

 Nutritional Analysis

 Per Serve (1 ball)

 Energy

 798kJ / 191Cal

 Protein

 8.8g

 Fat

 10.8g

 Carbohydrate

 15.3g

 Sodium

 12mg

 

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