4 Ingredients Only: Super Simple Healthy Protein Ball Snacks

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4 Ingredients Only: Super Simple Healthy Protein Ball Snacks

Super Simple Healthy Protein Ball Snacks

By Guy Lawrence

You will learn how simple it is to make these healthy protein ball snacks in this 20 second video from the lovely fitness model Angeline Norton.

You can also watch me make these healthy protein snacks here in this more in-depth 4 minute video.

This seriously doesn’t get any easier! You can easily tweak the ingredients to make them a paleo snack if you follow a strict paleo diet too.

  • 4 healthy ingredients
  • 5 minutes to prepare
  • Super healthy & delicious

Angeline: I purposely only used 4 ingredients to show how easy it is to make them (but you can be as creative as you like with these). They are an ideal snack in between meals and help curb the 3pm sugar cravings.

We use rice malt as it is fructose free (very important).

Ingredients

  • 5 x 50g scoops of chocolate 180 protein powder
  • 3 x melted dessert spoons coconut oil
  • 2-4 dessert spoons rice malt syrup
  • 80g puffed amaranth (it’s grain free & gluten free)

Makes 10-12 protein balls

Method:

Mix the dry ingredients in a large bowl, then pour the melted coconut oil and rice syrup and roll into small balls. Place in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes to harden.

You can also keep in the freezer and take them out as you need them for your lunch box through the week.

Foodie Fitness GirlBig thanks to Foodie Fitness Girl for the recipe!

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