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|Calories160Calories from Fat80|
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|Calories from Fat80|
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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.
Maci 5 months ago
Seriously one of my favorite snacks... I work out a lot, and protein can be hard to get in a tasty treat. I put flax seeds and mixed nuts in the blender, and add that into my mixture to get more protein. Extra protein, but the same taste. Also, I did not use the rice.
Nikki McAllister 6 months ago
I made these without the rice and substituted Walden farms calorie free syrup for the honey, I also used peanut butter instead of almond butter. They’re very tasty and perfect for a post workout snack!
sasha 7 months ago
Were great couldn’t stop eating them! Will make again
Izabela 9 months ago
I added maple syrup instead of honey and it's great too.
Kathryn Nulty 9 months ago
Not a chocolate fan so I used vanilla protein powder and white chocolate chips. It was yummy!! Definitely will be making this often.
Chynna-Mai Munroe 9 months ago
Delicious. I made them for my coworker who’s big into protein bars, and he loves them! 10/10 will make again
Lauren Mulholland 10 months ago
Loved these! Replaced the almond butter with peanut butter and tastes amazing! Definitely a great addictive snack!
Katie Mariscal a year ago
Good. Filling. Next time I’ll do half the recipe though, too many
Meg 2 years ago
i was excited to make these until i noticed these have more sugar and fat than protein?
Hannah Kenyon 2 years ago
I changed the recipe a lot, I used peanut butter and i left out the rice puffs. I thought it was really good!
tisha 2 years ago
My son and his team mates loved these! They traveled with us to our wrestling tournament and I was asked to bring them every time....
Greg Pope 2 years ago
Amazing. My son love them. I told him that they were cookie dough treats that he could eat!
Tonya Dutton 2 years ago
My whole family loves these and it is so much better than cake or cookies for after school snack. I used mini chocolate chips to make it easier to mold into balls. Also used a mixer at very low speed.
Abigail S. 2 years ago
Nice after school snack / treat for the kiddos. Pretty forgiving recipe for substitutions - more or less oats, add in chopped almonds or dates, etc - if you just keep the dry to wet ingredients ratio constant.
Victoria B. 4 years ago
I made these for my boyfriend since enjoys my baked goods; however, he is very serious about working out. It's a good snack or to crush the sugar craving. I added Coconut Oil and Agave. Instead of using puffed rice, I added more oats. He LOVES them. I highly recommend them.
jackie b. 4 years ago
I really love this recipe and will make it again. I used vanilla protein powder, Agave and dairy-free semi-sweet chocolate chunks. I did not have the puffed brown rice but instead added a little bit of cooked barley. My friend and I are both very happy with the results. Yum!!