Making Balls

For the love of balls //

Not the Balls that Sue likes!

Balls in your hands. Balls on your face. Balls in your mouth. Balls on your plate.

Protein Coconut filled balls is what I am talking about.

If your love for balls is as big as Sue’s, you will need the following:

  • 2 Scoops of Vanilla Whey powder
  • 60 grams raw oats
  • 40 grams or less Coconut Flakes
  • 1 tsp Nut Butter
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Essence
  • 90 ml Water
  • 2 Rice Cakes (Blended to a finer powder form to act as the “cement”)

How to prepare raw balls:

  1. Mix all dry ingridients
  2. Add water bit by bit as mixing everything together
  3. Roll in leftover Coconut
  4. Leave in fridge

Nutritional Value: 630 Calories Total (6 Balls): 1 Ball – Just over 100 Calories

*Disclaimer: I am not a nutritional professional nor am I qualified in that field. I rely on Google and research.

PUMPKIN, SUNFLOWER SEED, CHOCOLATE SALTY BALLS

What is needed:

  1. Willpower not to eat all chocolate before it has been used for balls
  2. 300 gram cooked pumpkin
  3. 60 grams raw oats
  4. 40 grams Sunflower Seeds
  5. 30 grams Dark Chocolate
  6. 1 tsp Raw honey
  7. Sprinkle of cinnamon
  8. 2 Crushed up rice cakes if necessary to add substance

It is as simple as it sounds: Add everything together, mix well, roll in balls and let it set in the fridge!

Nutritional Value: 750 Calories (10 Balls): Approximately 75 Calories per ball

When you are looking for that extra bit of energy before that morning gym session or that afternoon running session, just pop 2 balls of protein or pumpkin in your mouth and getting going.

 

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