This recipe uses the delicious Protein Supplies Australia WPI chocolate protein. This fast to absorb, low fat, low carb, 99% lactose free, LEAN Whey Protein Isolate (WPI) can truly be called the King of Whey. Perfect for a fast post-workout recovery, returning your body from a muscle-wasting (catabolic) to muscle-building (anabolic) state.
Rich in amino acids, especially BCAA’s, this nutritionally superior protein is ideal for anyone aiming to reduce carbohydrate and fat intake while fuelling their active lifestyle with a quality lean protein source.
This bioavailable native whey is crafted under a low heat filtration, making it truly one of the purest WPIs on the planet! Free from banned nasties, GMOs and unwanted additives.
Completely pure, the pleasing and subtle flavouring in PSA WPI is 100% natural, with the chocolate flavour derived from organic cacao, and sweetened with organic stevia – perfect for quick post-workout shakes, smoothies, cooking and baking
If you’re a plant-based lover, you can easily swap out the WPI for a Pea or Rice protein however, add in 1 or 2 extra dates, as the WPI has a sweeter taste profile than our plant-based range.
These choc protein bliss balls are so good you’ll honestly think you’re eating a naughty treat!
Serves: 1-12 (depending on how big you make them).
Time: About ~10 minutes
- 1 cup of raw cashews
- 8-10 dates/prunes
- 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1/4 cup raw cacao
- 2 serves WPI chocolate protein
- 1/4 cup coconut oil
- 1/4 cup chia seeds (optional)
- Shredded Coconut
Throw all ingredients (except for the shredded coconut) into a food processor. Process until it clumps together and is nice and smooth.
If you don’t have a food processor, it is still possible to do it all by hand. It will take a little longer but the results are much the same.
In a tray/bowl, pour in some chia seeds (optional) and shredded coconut. Using you hands, roll balls into the sizes you want, and roll around in the chia/coconut mix.
Pop into a container and refrigerate until hard.
Try not to eat all at once!
- If you find the mixture isn’t sticky enough, add a small amount of almond or coconut milk.
- Although highly nutrional, the chia seeds do have a tendency to get stuck in your teeth. Some people may not particularly like this.
We hope you enjoy the recipe. Let us know in the comments below what you think or perhaps any variations you might have.