Recipes high in protein
Gluten-free, Sugar-Free, Dairy-Free

Power Balls, Fibermania

196 Calories • Servings 24
Prep 5 Min - Chill 2 Hours - Active 7 Min
This rich and fulfilling morsel is less than 200 healthy calories and are the perfect substitute for a candy craving. Fibermania is also the right amount of energy and fiber to get you through a workout or to hold you between meals. Made to be high in fiber and protein and rich in chocolate these Power Balls are disguised as a treat and are highly good for your body and state of mind. You know that chocolate makes you feel like you're in love? Taste the love babe.
2 cups almonds, or macadamia
1/2 cup flax meal
1/2 cup shredded coconut, unsweetened
1/2 cup unsalted almond butter
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 cup coconut oil
4 drops stevia
1 tablespoon agave
1 tablespoon orange flavoring
1 cup cocoa, 73 percent
1/4 cup sesame seeds, for 24 2-ounce pieces
Skill Level
Sugar-Free Recipes
• In a food processor pulse the almonds until they're like sand.
Add the flax meal, the coconut and the almond butter and pulse about 5 times.

• In a measuring cup for liquids mix the soft coconut oil, stevia, agave, vanilla. Pour into the food processor while it's running until it becomes a paste.

• Add the powdered cocoa and pulse until it's well blended and place in a bowl, glass or metal will help it chill faster and cover with a plate or plastic wrap.

• Chill for 1-2 hours until firm.

• Coat your hands with a little almond oil and shape the mixture into walnut sized balls which should weigh one ounce, get 24 balls out of this recipe.

• Fill a saucer or half fill a tea cup with sesame seed and roll the balls around on the sesame seeds until they're covered.

• Store in the freezer.
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Power Balls Recipe

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