High Protein Snacks

Homemade Protein Chocolate Truffles Recipes

Are you looking for a last minute Christmas gift? Why not try making these homemade protein chocolate truffles for a loved one! These protein truffles are an ideal alternative to regular high sugar and high fat chocolate truffles with 5g of protein per truffle! So you can keep achieving your fitness goals, whilst enjoying the usual sweet sins this festive season. All you’ll need is some coloured foil and the ingredients listed below!

 

Also try Our festive Protein peppermint Bark Recipe for the perfect homemade gift!

 

Ingredients

 

1 1/2 scoops – Chocolate Whey protein (Alterative – any protein powder can be used with 2 tbsp – coco powder)

2 Tbsp – Crunchy peanut butter

50ml – Almond milk

2 Tbsp – Sweetener

10 whole Hazel Nuts

2 Tbsp – Desiccated coconut

 

Time: 10 Minutes

 

Method

 

Step One

To a bowl or food processor add the whey protein, sweetener and peanut butter and blend to make a thick mix.

 

Add the milk a little at a time to make a thick dough.
Step Two

 

Take a tea spoonful of the dough at a time and flatten into a disk.

 

Step Three

 

Place a hazel nut in the centre of the disk and roll the dough back into a ball leaving the nut in the middle.

 

Roll the truffle ball in some desiccated coconut and leave in the fridge for 10 minutes to set.

 

This mix will make 10 Truffles

 

Macros

 

Per Truffle:

Calories – 62

Fat – 4

Protein – 5

Sugar – 1

 

… Enjoy!

 

Homemade Protein Chocolate Truffles Recipes

 

 

Raspberry Protein Truffles

 

Ingredients

 

1 1/2 scoops – Chocolate Whey protein (Alterative – any protein powder can be used with 1 tbsp – coco powder)

2 Tbsp – Crunchy peanut butter

5 drops of raspberry flavdrops

50ml – Almond milk

2 Tbsp – Sweetener

10 Cranberries

 

Time: 10 Minutes

 

Method

 

Step One

 

To a bowl or food processor add the whey, sweetener, peanut butter and flavdrops mix together, to make a very think mix.
Step Two

 

Add the milk a little bit at a time (you may not need it all) to make a thick dough like mixture.

 

Take a tea spoonful of the dough, roll into a ball then flatten into a disk.

 

Step Three

 

Place a cranberry in the centre of the disk and roll the dough back into a ball leaving the cranberry in the middle.

 

Roll the truffle ball in some protein powder and leave in the fridge for 10 minutes to set.

 

Macros

 

Per Truffle:

Calories – 43

Fat – 2g

Protein – 12g

Sugar – 2g

 

 



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