Peanut Butter Protein Balls

15 Minutes

super easy


Who doesn’t love a tasty snack that’s also packed with protein? That’s where peanut butter protein balls come in – the ultimate guilt-free treat. These little balls of goodness are easy to make and perfect for snacking on the go. They’re a great option for athletes looking for a quick and satisfying post-workout bite, or for anyone who wants to fuel their day with a healthy snack. In addition, peanut butter protein balls are also a great way to give your body the fuel it needs to power through your busy day. So go ahead, whip up a batch and enjoy these tasty little spheres of protein-packed goodness!

Not only are they filling and delicious, but they are also packed with protein, making them a great post-workout snack. Say goodbye to that mid-afternoon slump, because these little balls of goodness will keep you feeling full and satisfied for hours. Plus, they are super easy to make – all you need is a few simple ingredients and a food processor. So, next time you’re feeling snacky, whip up a batch of peanut butter protein balls and see just how much better you feel!

Why You’ll Love It 

Recipe Cost Breakdown

      8 tbsp. crunchy peanut butter: $1.73

      1 tbsp. flax or hemp seeds: $1.32

      ¼ cup organic non-GMO oats: $0.17

      2 tbsp. agave or honey: $0.72

      1 scoop vanilla protein powder: $2.24

      2 tbsp. almond powder: $0.24

      1 tsp. cocoa powder: $0.06

      2 tbsp. coconut oil: $0.05

      1 tsp. vanilla extract: $1.24

      ½ cup semisweet chocolate chips or vegan chocolate chips: $2.49

      Coconut flakes for coating: $0.31

      Total Cost: $10.57

What You’ll Need

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8 tbsp. crunchy peanut butter
1 tbsp. flax or hemp seeds
¼ cup organic non-GMO oats
2 tbsp. agave or honey
1 scoop vanilla protein powder
2 tbsp. almond powder
1 tsp. cocoa powder
2 tbsp. coconut oil
1 tsp. vanilla extract
½ cup semisweet chocolate chips or vegan chocolate chips
Coconut flakes for coating

Nutritional Information

200 Calories
14 g Total Fat
2 g Fiber
19 g Net Carbs
11 g Sugar
6 g Protein
55 mg Sodium



Put all ingredients (except chocolate and coconut flakes) in a Vitamix or high-speed blender and blended until smooth. Then add in chocolate pieces.
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Put in the freezer for 10 minutes to harden.
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Then, remove, roll into 1 inch balls store in the freezer. For maximum convenience: I like to double the recipe, individually portion out 3 balls per serving and freeze them in small zip-lock bags. They're perfect in a pinch on the go and are far more fulfilling than you think!
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