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Macros (per serving)

Fat

62%

(49 g)

Protein

10%

(19 g)

Carbs

28%

(50 g)

39 g Net,

11 g Fiber

714 Calories (per serving)

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Healthy snack balls

By Meal.com

Sometimes you just want something nice to eat after sports or during the break at work without having to succumb to a candy bar. These balls are easy to make and give you a healthy energy boost!

Ingredients

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Balls

25

Banana (ripe)

1 piece

Mixed Nut paste

120 g

Maple syrup

60 ml

Coconut flour

3 Tbsp

Cinnamon

12 tsp

Celtic sea salt

1 pinch

Sunflower seeds (roasted)

75 g

Almonds (roast)

200 g

Dried cranberries

50 g

Chocolate chips

50 g

Protein powder

2 Tbsp

Instructions

Difficulty

Easy

Prep time

20 min

1

Mix the banana, mixed nut butter and maple syrup in food processor.

2

Add the protein powder, coconut flour, cinnamon and salt and mix to a smooth, thick paste. (Note: the protein powder is used for if you require extra protein, you don't have to use it.)

3

Add the sunflower seeds, almonds, cranberries and, eventually, chocolate chips and blend.

4

Break off pieces of the paste (approximately 1.5 tablespoon per piece) and roll into balls.

5

The balls are also very suitable for freezing.

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Details

Allergens

Nuts, Fruit, Chocolate, Seeds

Diet

Paleo, Vegetarian, Sirtfood

Course

Snack

Cooking equipment

Food processor

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