A Grab-and-Go Snack for your Busy Life
If there is one thing we could all use, it’s more healthy, simple snacks. When the day gets away from us and hunger strikes, it’s all too easy to reach for something quick and loaded with sugar, salt, and trans fats. Keep these protein balls in your refrigerator (either at home or work) or pack a few into a Tupperware container and toss it into your purse or gym bag. You will be prepared with a protein-packed, all-natural, balanced snack when your stomach begins to growl – they taste delicious too!
Preparation is the key to success when it comes to healthy eating. This recipe allows you to capitalize on that principle with minimal effort or time. A large batch of these bites comes together in minutes and you’ll be ready to snack smart all week after only a few moments of prep. You may find yourself reaching for one of these balls for dessert too since they taste like peanut butter cookie dough.
Whole Food Ingredients
These snack balls are made with simple, easy-to-find, whole food ingredients, including:
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