Delicious Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls

No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls


It can be challenging to resist sweets & get in enough healthy calories!

This recipe is the perfect solution for both busy people who need to eat on-the-go and lovers of peanut butter (okay and chocolate)!



For many women in particular, eating can feel like a chore – especially for fit, active women. Why? Well, women tend to take on the world and condition themselves (subconsciously) to do so on minimal energy. I say – it’s a woman thing.

As a Nutritionist, Personal Trainer and Lifestyle Coach, I see many women that would eat properly if only they had time and guidance. That is why we search for recipes right? We all want a little guidance and stamp of approval.

So without further ado – here are HEALTHY, DELICIOUS no-guilt Chocolate Protein Peanut Butter Balls that are both taste tested and nutritionist approved!


No Bake Chocolate Protein Peanut butter balls are a fantastic way to calm your sweet tooth, help you enjoy eating and get in your calories (especially if you’re currently Chronically Undereating). Try these for a sweet treat or use as a supplement to help you achieve optimal results and eat yummy stuff – guilt-free!




2 c Rolled Oats

1/2 c Peanut Butter of Choice (you can also use almond, cashew or sunflower butter)

1/2 c  Ground Flax Seeds

1 tsp Chia Seeds

1-2 tsp Vanilla Extract (I like more)

1/4 c Water

1/2 c Dark Chocolate Chips or Cocoa Nibs

1 tsp Cinnamon or Pumpkin Pie Spice

Optional: Add 1/2 sc Nutrifitt Whey Chocolate or Vanilla Protein Powder

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  1. Mix together oats, chia seeds, flax seed, protein powder and cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice into a food processor or mixer until all ingredients are finely mixed or chopped down. It is okay to use a mixer and keep your oats rolled (my personal favorite way when I`m short on time)
  2.  Add water slowly until all ingredients are mixed.
  3.  Mix in chocolate chips
  4.  Roll final product into 1″ energy balls.
  5.  Eat!
  6.  Refrigerate or Freeze



Per Ball

Calories ~ 120

Sugar 3g

Fat 8g

Carbs 14g

Fiber 4g

Protein 5g

I recommend eating 2-3 balls for energy and to get in your nutrition and calories when you’re unable to eat.




Nutritionist, Lifestyle Coach, CPT




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