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Unicorn Protein Nut Balls

Almond butter with chocolate nibs in Los Angeles by Vitalistfood

An easy-to-make, high protein energy bite filled with gluten-free granola, creamy almond butter, and cacao nibs. This healthy energy ball recipe is sweetened with Blackberry honey and a pinch of Celtic sea salt. This delicious recipe will satisfy your sweet tooth and keep you on track with your healthy eating goals. One bowl and less than 15 minutes to make this energy-packed snack!

Oh my goodness folks!! You are going to LOVE this recipe for healthy, energy bites. I’m not sure about you, but I always find myself poking through the refrigerator, looking for something to snack on. I also have a major sweet tooth! This high-protein recipe will satisfy all of your cravings and leave you feeling satisfied and full for hours. You can mix this recipe up in one bowl in under 15 minutes. Store finished balls in the refrigerator and you’ve got a healthy, protein-packed snack anytime you feel a rumble in your tummy. In this post, I’ll take you through how to mix up and store this healthy snack!

WHAT YOU’LL LIKE ABOUT THIS RECIPE:

  • Absolutely delicious and packed with protein – a recipe made with almond butter and protein powder
  • Made with 15 simple ingredients
  • One bowl – not sure about you but I get tired of doing the dishes ūüôā
  • Low sugar – naturally sweetened with blackberry honey
  • Clean eating approved – no gluten, no dairy, no refined sugars

INGREDIENTS

This is truly the easiest recipe to make. You’re going to grab your favorite large mixing bowl and combine the Gluten-free granola, ground almonds, buckwheat, Celtic sea salt, cinnamon, raw cacao nibs, Sun Warrior classic protein powder, black chia seeds. Mix gently to combine. Next, you’ll add in the almond butter, maple syrup, blackberry honey, golden flax, cocoa powder raw, quinoa crispies, quinoa flakes, and mix until well combined. You’ll use your 1.5 tablespoon cookie scoop to make the balls. Move balls to the refrigerator for an hour before enjoying. Refrigerate any leftover balls in an airtight container for up to a week.

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. In a large mixing bowl and combine the Gluten-free granola, ground almonds, buckwheat, Celtic sea salt, cinnamon, raw cacao nibs, Sun Warrior classic protein powder, black chia seeds.
  2. Add the almond butter, maple syrup, blackberry honey, golden flax, cocoa powder raw, quinoa crispies, quinoa flakes, and mix until well-combined.
  3. Use your 1.5 tablespoon cookie scoop to scoop the dough. Use your hands to make them into balls.
  4. Move balls to the refrigerator for an hour before enjoying. Refrigerate any leftover balls in an airtight container for up to a week.

 

Almond Butter Cacao Energy Bites

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Unicorn Protein Nut Balls

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Super easy to digest, assimilate and enjoy workout buddy, hot liquid addition, quick fix for hunger pain, a sweet craving but a healthy snack that just makes life easier and better.

HOW TO USE IT

Just pair with any nut milk.

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