Get ready for another delicious recipe to help you get the protein you need in a flash. Kasia Sitarz makes Nutty Protein Bites!
Kasia Sitarz, trainer, fitness expert, and owner of True Mentality, is at Sunwarrior’s headquarters in sunny Southern Utah once again to share with you all how to make her take-and-run protein snack and her protein nut bites. This snack or dessert recipe is full of antioxidants, great healthy fats, and plenty of protein too. Feel free to mix and match it a bit with your favorite ingredients as well.
Nutty Protein Bites
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- 1 tablespoon raw almond butter
- Small handful pumpkin seeds
- Small handful goji berries
- Small handful walnuts
- 1 scoop Classic Plus vanilla protein
- ½ tablespoon coconut oil
- Topping: hemp seeds, chia seeds, lakanto, diced almonds, or cacao powder
Start with the coconut oil in a mason jar so this snack can join you on-the-go. Almond butter joins the mix, followed by pumpkin seeds for more protein and good fats, goji berries for those aforementioned antioxidants, walnuts, and some vanilla protein powder. Kasia uses the new Classic Plus, but Warrior Blend would work great too and give the chocolate a try too! Top it off with a little more coconut oil.
Stir it up, put on a lid, shake, and go. It’s that easy.
You can also use this recipe to make the bites. It will get a little messy, so wash your hands well beforehand, break out the spoon, and then roll up little bite-sized balls that you can roll in different ingredients to make each one special.
Hemp seeds, chia seeds, lakanto (monk fruit), diced almonds, cacao, and many other options work to amp up each bite. Messy but delicious, and perfect for your active lifestyle. Enjoy.
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