Easy Protein Balls Low Carb No Bake Keto Recipe | Yummly

Easy Protein Balls Low Carb No Bake Keto

Katie: "Very, very dry, but tasty. I suppose if you’re lo…" Read More
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  • 3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 1 1/4 cups almond flour
  • 3 tablespoons erythritol (powdered)
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium5% DV125mg
    Fat20% DV13g
    Protein12% DV6g
    Carbs2% DV6g
    Fiber8% DV2g
    Calories160Calories from Fat120
    Total Fat13g20%
    Saturated Fat2g10%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat120
    Total Carbohydrate6g2%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A0%
    Vitamin C0%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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    Katie 4 months ago
    Very, very dry, but tasty. I suppose if you’re looking for protein balls though, I’d suggest you drink it with a like a fruit smoothie. Also goes pretty well with coffee or black teas.
    Deitz Deitz 6 months ago
    Yuck. Didn’t not enjoy. Super dry. Like sandpaper in your mouth dry.
    Casei Mizell 6 months ago
    Very tasty!! I filled up a ziplock bag with powdered erythritol and dropped the balls in. Completely covered and it was perfect
    Jammie T. 6 months ago
    So good! I used crunchy peanut butter from Wegmans - 1tspn Lacanto Monk fruit and cacao nibs!
    Hoppington 7 months ago
    I used crunchy peanut butter as it’s what I have in the cupboards and going by another reviewer I assumed it would be ok, but I found it made it harder for the “dough” to stay together at first. Though perhaps that’s my lack of skills and general ability to mess up the simplest of things in the kitchen!! However, after adding a tiny amount of water and then chilling in the fridge it all came out beautifully and so incredibly tasty that I ate the whole lot in one day!! Now I will be reducing the amount I make at a time as I simply cannot trust myself
    Patty 8 months ago
    So good!! I used crunchy peanut butter and gives it a good crunch
    Kiara 9 months ago
    These are really great! I used monkfruit sweetener instead of erythritol and it turned out delicious. I have already made these a handful of times and they are such a great snack. This last time I rolled them in some unsweetened coconut flake and I really added something extra! Next time maybe I will add a few keto friendly chocolate chips inside to see how that is. One of my favorite go to snacks!
    Bethany Vollmers 9 months ago
    They tasted ok. I added extra sugar and a bit of honey but it didn’t make much of a difference to the sweetness. The protein balls are really good for a quick meal before going to work out or if you just don’t have time to make something.
    C Scotticus 10 months ago
    Came out really soft... Might try adding oat flakes or something else to firm them up
    Sam Jackson 10 months ago
    Good snacks. incorporating it into my breakfast rotation
    Natalie W. 10 months ago
    My kids really liked them. It is a great snack option.
    TC Esat Comsu 10 months ago
    I covered them with coconut. just delicious!
    melissa 10 months ago
    These are tasty little no bake cookie balls. We arent doing low carb so i added some mini chocolate chips to mine, and substituted maple syrup for the sweetener. They do get soft in your hands so I will probably roll them in shredded coconut next time. I got 15 balls out of this recipe.
    Luci Fer a year ago
    Amazing, and took less than 10 minutes to make (not including chill time)
    TamHew a year ago
    Tasty and satisfies my sweet tooth.
    Becky R. a year ago
    i add a tbls of vanilla and 3 tbls of honey instead of powder of ethy i also add mini chocolate chips my kids love these!
    didnt travel well but what was left was tasty
    Townley a year ago
    Gross! So dry and did not mold well.
    Fei a year ago
    I used half of each ingredients, but I used truvia which is what I have in hand. Refrigerated the dough for 30 minutes, and was able to make 7 balls, rolled them in cinnamon and served for dessert.
    The taste is delicious but I just couldn't get the dough to roll into balls after I chilled it... maybe a human error on my part but I followed directions to a T.
    tamer reda a year ago
    great great great very simple recipe
    Walts Bamford a year ago
    I have made a few different fat Bombs and this is my favorite
    Wendy Burnett a year ago
    Added raw cacao, used almond butter and sprinkled with cinnamon on top for extra flavor. Great filling snack!
    Rebecca Tierney a year ago
    Just made these. SUPER easy. I ground up raw almonds to make almond flour since I didn't have any and really wanted to make them and also almond butter, since I cannot have peanut butter! I made them much smaller...and probably made 20ish. Skipped the erythitol (?) but did put a couple Stevia packets in and it's the perfect sweet balance. They are really filling...I don't think I could eat 4 of my smaller ones for a snack. Definitely needed something like this to grab on the go, though! Next time, I would like to add more cinnamon and possibly a pinch of vanilla. Wondering if anyone has tried with coconut flour and if it would be worth it???
    Gina a year ago
    Great! No notifications and yes I would make them again
    Roxy R. a year ago
    Super easy to make. I used almond butter instead. The protein balls are not as firm, but, tasty!

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