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I normally recommend 2 per day. Remember – just because the protein balls are a healthy and nutritious snack doesn’t mean that you have free reign to eat as many of them as you like. Balance is key!

As you will see below, I have provided you with all the nutritional info based on the averages of the DRY ingredients. The reason being – depending on how big or small you make your protein balls at home, what type of coconut oil or nut butter you use, if you use honey/maple syrup/sweetener it will change the overall macros/calories per ball. Therefore, if I had to give you a calorie estimate it could be misleading. If you are into calorie counting then I suggest that you use an app like My Fitness Pal to enter the exact calories for your own information.

Cacao Crunch Protein Ball Mix – Ingredients & Nutritional Value

Makes approx 24 balls • Serving size = 21g (2 balls)

Ingredients

Oat flour (Non-GMO), organic cacao nibs, chocolate pea protein powder (GMO-free Pea Protein Isolate, Fair-trade African Cocoa, GMO-free Xylitol, Stevia, Himalayan crystal salt), GMO-free desiccated coconut & organic ground cinnamon.

Avg qty per serving

Avg qty per 100g

Energy

Total fat

– Saturated

Protein

Carbohydrate

– Sugars

Dietary Fiber

Sodium

292.88 kj

3g

2g

4g

6g

0g

4g

0g

1389 kj

12g

8g

18g

26g

0g

19g

0g

Vanilla Crunch Protein Ball Mix – Ingredients & Nutritional Value

Makes approx 24 balls • Serving size = 21g (2 balls)

Ingredients

Oat flour (Non-GMO), organic cacao nibs, GMO-free almond flour, vanilla pea protein powder (GMO-free Pea Protein Isolate, Raw Vanilla Bean Powder, GMO-free Xylitol, Stevia Rebaudiana Leaf Extract, Himalayan crystal salt), GMO-free desiccated coconut & organic ground cinnamon.

Avg qty per serving

Avg qty per 100g

Energy

Total fat

– Saturated

Protein

Carbohydrate

– Sugars

Dietary Fiber

Sodium

313.8 kj

4g

2g

4g

6g

0g

4g

0g

1485.32 kj

18g

7g

17g

27g

0g

15g

0g

Oats are known to be one of the healthiest foods that you can eat. They are unrefined whole grains which contain fibre, trace minerals, plant-based protein and even some fatty acids, but often people are confused as to whether oats contain gluten. The answer is not always simple. Strictly speaking, all oats are naturally gluten-free. Gluten, a type of protein, is found primarily in wheat, barley and rye grains. Unfortunately, due to cross-contamination during harvesting, storage, processing and packaging of oats, most oats are not safe for people with coeliac disease. To ensure that the oats that you are eating are indeed gluten-free you need to make sure that they are from a certified free source.

Since I launched my product range I have really struggled to find a certified gluten-free oat flour supplier which is why ‘gluten’ is stated as an allergen in my protein ball mixes. This is a work in progress and I am always on the hunt for the right supplier. My goal is to have the mixes certified gluten-free. Unless you are a coeliac or allergic to oats/gluten my mixes are perfectly healthy and safe for you to ENJOY!

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