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These Oreo Protein + Energy balls only have 6 ingredients in it, all of them are gluten free, and they're ready to eat in just a few minutes.
Great for after school or even for an after sports snack. Perfect for that mid day sweet craving and packed with protein.
These are as healthy as protein balls come, and they’ll be a great ace to have up your sleeve. Keep these in the fridge and pop one when you need it. Get energized while giving your body the protein it needs!
This recipe mega healthy, but it's also filling and satisfying. It can be made to be gluten free, and it's nut free. This recipe takes 2 mins to prep and make and then a simple 15 minutes in the oven. It contains rolled oats, banana, honey, nut milk, an amazing protein powder that has digestive enzymes, prebiotics, and probiotics built right into it, vanilla, baking powder, and maple syrup for sweetness. You can also add as many sprinkles as your heart desires - or if you don't want to, don't. This tastes amazing even without the sprinkles.
These pumpkin protein bars take about 30 minutes to make and that’s including the 25 minute bake time. I decided to use oat flour in this recipe. I found that when using the oat flour that it helped provide that slightly nutty taste that works well with the pumpkin flavoring.