Buckeye Protein Bites

Buckeye Protein Bites

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I wanted to share a better-for-you treat that has been taking care of my sweet tooth lately.  These protein-packed goodies have much less fat, sugar and calories than the originals but taste delicious!  As always, they contain AboutTime all-natural protein powder, which is by far my favorite on the market!  You can use my promo code HAPPILYHUGHES for 25% off your order!  Here are my Buckeye Protein Bites: 

Buckeye Protein Bites

Buckeye Protein Bites
Delicious and chocolate covered protein bites
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 Cup PB2
  2. 2 Scoops AboutTime Chocolate Peanut Butter protein powder
  3. 2 TBSP Flax Seed
  4. 1/3 Cup Almond Milk
  5. 2/3 Cup Water
  6. 1 TBSP Vanilla
  7. 2 Bars 72% Cacao Dark Chocolate
  8. Double Boiler
  9. Wax Paper
  10. Cookie Sheet
Instructions
  1. In a medium bowl mix PB2, AboutTime protein powder, and flax seed.
  2. Slowly add the almond milk, water, and then vanilla to mixture.
  3. Place mixture in the fridge for at least an hour to harden.
  4. Roll mixture into TBSP sized balls.
  5. Place back in fridge for another hour.
  6. Using a double boiler, melt the dark chocolate bars over the stove top.
  7. Once chocolate is melted, take mixture balls out of fridge and using a toothpick, dip each ball into chocolate mixture coating evenly. Place on wax paper on cookie sheet and place back in fridge.
  8. Once all chocolate is hardened you can put all of the buckeyes in a tupperware and store in the fridge.
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Buckeye Protein Bites

 

21 thoughts on “Buckeye Protein Bites

  1. Janelle @ Run With No Regrets

    This looks like a really tasty snack! I need to try using protein powder..I’m missing out!

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  2. Lex @ Flecksoflex

    These look and sound so good! My boyfriend is so proud to be from Ohio, so I might have to make him a batch of these just to see him get a kick out of it. I’m looking forward to trying a batch of these for my training runs, too! Have you tried freezing them? I’m just curious if they freeze well. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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  3. Brock Sides

    These look great! Chelsea had never heard of a buckeye so now I need to make these for her. Have you calculated the macros? I’d be interested to see the protein to calorie ratio.

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