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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ellen M. 4 months ago
Loved it I used chocolate isolate whey and removed the banana chips. Dimple snd easy to make. Great boost of energy...AMD the best... felt like I was "cheating".
Greg Lovell 7 months ago
I doubled the batch, used combo of chia/flax/hemp, 3 scoops chocolate protein, 3/4 cup honey, and 3/4 cup chocolate chips. Left out the banana chips. Made 15 balls at 268 cal. per ball. Going to try a vanilla and almond butter version using vanilla protein powder, almond butter, vanilla extract, and white chips. **Update:** I did the same as the recipe and my mods above but omitted the honey and used 2 mashed bananas and a little over a cup of unsweetened applesauce in place. Then put the balls on parchment lined baking sheet and baked about 25 min. at 350. Turned out great, tastes a lot like banana bread! Delicious.
Kayla Whiteman 8 months ago
Very yummy! I added some brewers yeast since I’m breastfeeding. I added that instead of the protein powder. So good and so easy!
leah marie 9 months ago
Great! I add more protein, but it is a great snack!
R Melenie A. 10 months ago
So delicious nice healthy snack for my kids and I. i teasted coating the balls with unsweeten cocoa powder but desided not to do all of them because of the caffine. tasted great though. I used sesame seeds instead of flax seeds i excluded the protein powder and added a 1/4 tsp or so of vanilla extract and used semi sweet dark chocolate chips.
Krystyna Bihun a year ago
Great healthy snack. I added honey and coconut on the outsides which worked really well!
Gentile a year ago
Awesome! Tastes great and easy to make.
AllisonYoder 2 years ago
Best protein balls yet!