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Protein Balls

  • Paleo

When you're on Paleo you're always looking for a good snack. That mid afternoon or pre-WOD snack. Buying healthy snacks can get expensive. Well here is one recipe you may like. It's tasty, healthy and has protein and most importantly, simple and easy to make. Homemade Protein Balls. Note: Technically Protein Supplements are not Paleo. See our Protein Post.

  • Makes
    20-25  Servings
  • Hands-on Time
    15  mins
  • Total Time
    15  mins
  • 8 x 50g scoops of 180 protein supplement. See Cooking Tips for an alternative to 180.
  • 2 tablespoons of carob powder
  • 2 handful of diced prunes
  • Approximately 3/4-1 cup of coconut oil
  • 3-4 tablespoons almond butter

Note: 20-25 servings relates to the number of balls. The amount depends on how large you make them.

  • Step 1: Preparation

    Paleo recipe: Cauliflower Fried Rice | Wodnut
    1. If the weather is cold and your coconut oil is solid place it in a warm bath to allow the coconut oil to melt.
    2. Dice up your Prunes.
  • Step 2: Combine all ingredients

    Paleo recipe: Cauliflower Fried Rice | Wodnut
    1. Use your hands to combine all the ingredients. Mold into balls. The trick is to only add enough coconut oil for them to bind. Don't add too much coconut oil as they balls will be super solid when placed in the fridge to set.
    2. Place and store in fridge until required.
  • Once again be adventurous. Replace the prunes with different ingredients. Dates, goji berries, cranberries... the options are endless.
  • Also if you don't have 180 Nutrition, make you own version. Ground up your preferences of nuts and seeds. Then add a few scoops of Mirrabooka protein

Homemade Protein Balls | Wodnut

Homemade Protein Balls | Wodnut


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