I’ve partnered with At Health Australia to come up with some recipes that help deliver the protein punch you want after a workout that actually taste yummy.
And I’m not sure if there is a yummier way to do it than with these little balls of juicy lemony goodness.
Made with all natural ingredients and super easy to put together, if you’re anything like me, you won’t be able to wait until after a workout to devour one or two!
1/2 cup oats
1/2 cup almonds
1/2 cup cashews
1/2 cup shredded coconut
1 heaped scoop of At Health ‘naturally naked’ protein powder
Juice and rind of 2 lemons
6 fresh medjool dates
3-4 tablespoons coconut oil, melted
pinch of salt
Put all the ingredients in the food processor, just holding back some of the juice and coconut oil for the moment.
Blitz it all together – if the mixture is looking too dry, add the rest of the wet ingredients (because the size and juiciness of your lemons will make a difference) and blitz again.
I like to leave the mixture with a bit of texture rather than processing until smooth, so keep an eye on it.
Roll into balls and then cover in desiccated coconut.
Pop in the fridge or freezer to set and store them there too.
Makes about 12-15, depending on how big you like your balls and how much mixture you eat whilst rolling!
At Health Naturally Naked Protein Powder
Why do I like At Health ‘naturally naked’?
Well, I love that it’s not flavoured, so in this recipe, for example, it’s the lemon that shines through.
It’s also a high quality WPI from grass-fed cows grazing in lush pastures across the Tasman in New Zealand. Remember, all protein powders are not created equal. At Health Australia WPI is 100% natural, high protein (might sound silly but protein powders don’t all have the same amount of protein in them), low sugar, low carb, low fat and gluten free.
It’s really yummy too, not sickly sweet and no dodgy aftertaste that some powders have. Go check it out, you can even buy a little sampler pack if you want to try before you buy the big bag. x