These almond butter protein balls are sure to become a new family favorite!
They come together in a snap and are great for an after-school or after-workout snack. The almond butter and almond extract are a great way to change up your typical protein balls, and the chia seeds pack in some extra fiber and omega-3 fatty acids.
Need even more motivation to whip them up? They’re high in protein, made with just a few ingredients, super portable, and can be made in a big batch to eat over the course of several weeks.
Basically, they’re everything you (or your kids) want in a snack!
These almond butter protein balls come together even more quickly when you the Home & Kind food scoops to portion them out. The food scoops come in a set of three, meaning you’ll have a perfectly sized food scoop for any occasion!
We love using the smallest size for these almond butter protein balls. The result is a filling protein ball that’s ideally sized for little ones and adults alike. And with the Home & Kind food scoops, you can ensure you get uniform sizing for every protein ball.
To make these almond butter protein balls, you just need five simple ingredients:
Here’s how to make these protein balls for any occasion:
1. Combine almond butter, honey, and almond extract in a bowl. Mix well.
2. Add Kodiak Cake mix and chia seeds. Mix well.
3. Portion out using the small Home and Kind food scoop. Roll into balls and store in the fridge for up to 7 days.
Hope you enjoy adding this recipe to your protein ball selection! They’re a fun change of pace from the peanut butter or chocolate protein balls that are often the go-to.
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