Protein Snow Balls - Ross Edgley

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Protein Snow Balls

Christmas is a time of food, festivity and (possibly) not much fitness. Which is why (due to popular demand on social media) I’ve decided to put together some protein-packed Christmas recipes using THE PROTEIN WORKS™ whey protein chocolate protein powder. This one I call Protein Snowballs and is so easy to make. No cooking required, you just need to be prepared to get your hands dirty and wait long enough for them to freeze. I’ve been making these every night ready for the next day’s post-workout feed (often mixed with protein granola, chia seeds and nut butter) and although they take a little more time to make than TPW™’s pre-made protein balls, they are definitely worth the wait.

Recipe: For 12 Protein Snowballs 
• 50g whey protein 
• 30g Cocoa Powder
• 30g Coconut Flour
• 1 pinch of sweetener (I use Stevia)
• 75ml Almond Milk
• 15-20g Desiccated Coconut

How To Make: 12 Protein Snowballs 
1. Mix together the first 5 ingredients listed until incorporated
2. Shape into 12 balls in the palm of your hand
3. Spread dessicated coconut onto a plate and roll the balls in the coconut
4. Freeze until set, then pop in the fridge until you want to eat them!
How To Make: 12 Protein Snowballs 

  • Calories – 46
  • Protein – 4.25g
  • Carbohydrates – 2.7g
  • Fat – 1.8g
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Ross Edgley