Healthy Chocolate Nut-Butter Protein Bites

Healthy Chocolate Nut-Butter Protein Bites

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I have a couple of events this week where I am a vendor, so I wanted to make a yummy and healthy treat people could enjoy while stopping by my table to hear all about MJ Fit. It was tough to control myself when I was making these–they are so yummy and low in sugar that I was able to build it into my macros for the day even with how strict they are right now! I knew everyone was going to be asking for the recipe, so I went ahead and printed out recipe cards to hand out at my table! If you keep the bites at about 1″ per bite, this recipe should make 60-65 bites. Nutrition (per bite): 92kcal, fat-3g, carbs-12g (3g sugar), protein-4g.

Ingredients:

-2C Whole Grain Oat Flour

-2C Garbanzo & Fava Flour
-1.5C Nut Butter (my favorite is almond butter)
-3/4C honey or agave (my favorite is honey)
-1tbs vanilla extract
-1/2C dark chocolate chips/chunks (optional)
-1/4C unsweetened applesauce (just in case it’s too dry)

Directions:

-Line a baking sheet (that can fit in the freezer) with parchment paper

-Mix all ingredients together until a hard dough forms 
-Shape dough into 1” balls and place on baking sheet
-Cover (for freshness) and place in freezer for at least 20 minutes
-Enjoy!

Source: MJ Fitnatic

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