Vegan Protein Balls with Raisins and Almond Recipe
Here’s another of our next level protein-packed recipes that tastes wicked and is super easy to whip up.
And because it’s made with MIGHTY Vegan Protein Powders, it packs a protein punch too. Go on, treat yourself.
Say hello to our scrumptious vegan protein balls with oats, raisins and almond.
They take just 15 minutes to make and are a no bake recipe, so there’s no waiting - you can plough straight in. Here’s our vegan protein balls recipe.
- 12 Protein Balls
- Prep Time
- 15 Mins
All you need to make 12 of these beauties are:
- 60g MIGHTY Chocolate Protein Powder
- 200g rolled oats
- 50g desiccated coconut
- 50g chopped dates
- 20g raisins
- 2 tbsp almond butter
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
How to make protein balls
It really couldn’t be simpler and it’s something kids would love to try.
In a mixing bowl add all of the ingredients apart from the maple syrup. Then slowly add the syrup to bring everything together. Note: If the mixture looks a little dry, they you might need to add some more.
Using clean hands, form the mixture into 12 balls slightly smaller than a golf ball.
Once you’ve used up all the mixture, store your no-bake plant-based protein balls in an airtight container in the fridge and enjoy within one month. Although, if you’re anything like us, they’ll probably be gone in a few days.
If your protein balls keep falling apart, don’t worry, that’s easy to put right. Just chuck in a bit more syrup, water or plant-based milk. This will help your mixture bind together better.
You can also switch out the raisins and almond for chocolate chips and tahini. Then you’ve created our Chocolate Protein Powder balls with tahini recipe. Check out the recipe here.
When can you enjoy your protein balls?
Just whenever the mood takes you…
How about as a tasty snack, a lunchbox treat, post workout, with your morning or afternoon tea or as a protein-packed dessert. Go on, indulge yourself.
But remember to enjoy our vegan protein balls with dates as part of a healthy balanced diet.
How many calories are in each protein ball?
You’ll be glad to hear that these scrummy vegan protein balls are pretty low in calories and high in protein obvs.
Each vegan protein ball has:
- 120 calories
- 5g of protein
- 8g of fibre
- 8g of fat
- 9g of saturated fat
- 8g of carbohydrate
- 6g of sugars
- 2g of salt
We’ve plenty more awesome protein-packed recipes where this one came from too.
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