Protein Balls Overview
Protein Balls or Bliss Balls are always a massive hit with the lifter, the fit and the healthy alike; Super convenient for a protein hit on the run or as a sweet treat whilst on a tight Marco/Calorie count, they not only kill a craving, they’re super healthy for you as well.
However, having all the ingredients on hand to achieve the perfect “high protein” ball with a complete nutritional profile can be very inconvenient; so we’ve done all the hard work for you.
Our Protein Ball Mix is low in sugar and super high in protein containing a whopping 56%, they’re loaded with only quality fats from almonds, hazelnut, flaxseed, coconut and cocoa.
Made using all natural ingredients, flavours and sweeteners; these awesome treats are not only guilt free they’re also 100% gluten free, ticking all the boxes.
It’s as simple as Scoop. Mix. Roll. Freeze & Enjoy!
Mixing Directions By Hand
First add 3 x flat 30ml scoops of Protein Ball Mix to a bowl; next add only 3 x 5ml scoops of water (do not over wet the mixture). Using the back of a table spoon press and massage the mixture into a large clump (be extra patient when mixing this way). Next using your hands form, press and roll into 3 Protein Balls. Allow to set in the freezer or fridge for 20+ minutes and enjoy (consume within 4 days).
Mixing Directions Using Small Kitchen Food Processor
First add 9 x flat 30ml scoops of Protein Ball Mix to the mixer; next add only 9 x 5ml scoops of water (do not over wet the mixture). Mix until the dry mixture fully changes into a darkened chocolate colour and starts to clump. Next using your hands form, press and roll into 9 Protein Balls. Allow to set in the freezer or fridge for 20+ minutes and enjoy (consume within 4 days).
Like Your Protein Balls Extra Sweet?
If using a small kitchen food processor; try adding a few medjool dates or dried apricots and enjoy the extra natural flavour (if it fits your Macros).
The ideal texture to achieve the perfect Protein Ball means the mixture can easily be moulded into balls without displaying surface cracks or without sticking to your hands. Cracks in the balls surface means your mixture needs more mixing or moisture added, whereas if the balls are sticking to your hands there’s too much moisture in the mixture. When this happens, allow the mix to sit for 10 minutes, remix and try again. If that fails try adding in something dry such as coconut or oat flour.
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|I love these balls and I’ve been waiting for something like this these to come out. Hands down the highest protein content I ever seen for a Protein Ball. I used to pay $3.50 at the gym for something similar but not as clean in the macros area. I wish I could kiss you BP these are just delicious. XX|