Mouth-Watering Peanut Butter Protein Ball Recipe

peanut butter protein ball

This is a simple peanut butter protein ball recipe that involves no baking at all, and it combines peanut butter with oatmeal. There are several other types of no-bake recipes that call for cornflakes. I prefer the ones with oatmeal, it is all based on preference, and I like the texture of the oatmeal best. If you want healthy snacks and avoid junk food in snacks, then this peanut protein ball is the ultimate option for you. Well, here is the entire recipe of peanut butter protein ball. 


Ingredients are the main part of any recipe. If you want to make a delicious recipe, then it is important to take the ingredients in the perfect quantities. Well, suppose you want to prepare this protein ball. In that case, you have to take the ingredients like one cup Peanut butter (salted, thick & creamy, sugar-free, not runny), 3/4 cup Besti Powdered Monk Fruit Allulose Blend, 3/4 cup Collagen protein powder, 1/2 cup Peanuts (chopped), and two tsp Vanilla extract. 

Process Of Making

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  • At first, take a bowl and combine peanut butter, protein powder, vanilla, and sweetener in a powerful blender or food processor. Process until it turns uniform, scraping down the sides as necessary. Well, the mixture should be very dense and able to press together. If the consistency is thin, you may add more protein powder or sweetener according to the taste. 
  • Then you should freeze the dough for 20 minutes to make the mixture firmer and less sticky. 
  • Now, use a small cookie scoop, take out the dough, and roll it into a ball by hand. However, you can use water frequently while making the protein balls. 
  • Roll the protein balls into the chopped peanut and coat the peanut over the balls. Then refrigerate it for more than 20 minutes before eating. Thus the balls are ready to serve. You can enjoy these healthy and delicious balls in snacks. 

Nutrition Facts 

The protein balls contain 96 calories, 6.8 g fat, 6.3g protein per serving. It contains 2.5 g total carbs and 1.5 g net carbs. Apart from that, it has 1 g fiber and 0.4 g sugar per serving in the peanut butter protein balls. 


Apart from the peanut coating, you can make the balls with the oatmeal coating too. Oatmeal balls are also very delicious and tasty that you would love to eat. Apart from that, the recipe is super nutritious, like the peanut butter balls. So, if you want to change your taste, then you can use oatmeal as well. 

Bottom Line

This is an easy recipe to make, and of course, it is a no-bake recipe. So if it is during the winter months, and your children are stirring about the house. There is inclement weather outside. This is a great recipe for you to do something together and for you to both be rewarded at the end.

If you are into protein bars and are an avid athlete, this will be a bar for you as well. Add some fruit and nuts to this recipe, and you will have a bar that is great tasting, good for you, and will provide you energy for your fun-filled adventure as well. Enjoy!

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