Protein “Truffles”

I feel like it’s been ions since I posted a recipe of some sort. Today marks week two of our no spend month.

And while there were a couple of hiccups along the way (unexpected costs arise, it happens), we’ve been doing pretty darn good.

I really liked the Enjoy Life protein bites I had during my Bear Mountain trip. I was going to buy them again but then I remembered; “no spend month.”20190705_1216349036474577401370582.jpgI also remembered, I used to make my own chocolate bites or protein “truffles” as I’d like to call them.

Your average dark chocolate truffle has a bit over half a gram of protein.

My protein “truffles” have almost FOUR grams of protein each (this may vary depending on the protein powder you use) for about the same calories.20190713_2315205137279441942519992.jpgFor me, two to three of these are super satisfying. I would stick to a million three as a serving size to get you that chocolate fix but also give you an energy boost too during your afternoon slump. 😉

With this recipe, be sure to use a “runny” nut butter.

If you’re nut butter is too thick in consistency, you will have to add a ton of  extra almond milk. The recipe still works well (as I’ve tried it), it will just take more time to find the right consistency.20190713_2317556332990221821260941.jpgChocolate Protein “Truffles”

  • ¼ Cup of Dark Chocolate Chips (Semi-Sweet work too)
  • ¼ Cup of Natural Peanut Butter (Almond Butter works too)
  • 1 Scoop Vanilla Protein Powder (¼ Cup)
  • 2 Tbsps Rolled Oats
  • 2 Tbsps of Chopped Almonds (or other nut)
  • 1 Tbsp Hemp Seeds (optional)
  • 3+ Tbsps Unsweetened Almond Milk*

Melt the chocolate chips in a small microwave safe bowl with one tablespoon of almond milk for about 30-45 seconds. Add in the peanut butter to the melted chocolate and stir well.

Add the rest of the ingredients slowly, except the almond milk.

The mixture may be crumbly, so add a little almond milk* at a time til you reach a “cookie dough like” consistency. Then, using a ½ tablespoon, measure out the mixture and form into your “truffles.”


You can top with hemp seeds, crushed almonds or leave as is.  Store in the fridge for up to a week, but trust me it won’t last that long. 😛20190713_2317151556673843901136447.jpg[It came out to about 14 truffles total on my end.] 

Yes, I ate two pre “photo shoot.” 


Plus, it wasn’t going to fit on the cutting board anyways.

Hope y’all try out this recipe!

It’s super easy to make and they are delicious. Feel free to personalize them to your liking.

Have a great week! ❤

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