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 

Made with wholesome ingredients like peanut butter, oats, and honey, they’re the perfect snack to enjoy on the go.

These little bites are jam-packed with the goodness of protein and peanut butter, making them the perfect fuel to power through your day. Not only do they taste amazing, but they also come with a host of benefits. The protein helps repair and rebuild muscles, making these snacks ideal for post-workout recovery. Plus, the healthy fats in peanut butter provide sustained energy without spiking your blood sugar. In short, Peanut Butter Protein Balls are a win-win, and we guarantee you’ll love them!

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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