Strawberry Shortcake Protein Bites
Strawberry Shortcake Protein Bites are delicious for eating and are sweet (but without processed sugar!). They’ll be adored by the entire family!
These delightful little morsels are easily adaptable to varied diets and are bursting with strawberry flavor (use gluten-free flours if needed, for example). They have been taste-tested by children as well as adults, and youngsters enjoy them too!
They are produced with nutritious ingredients, require only a little period of assembly, and are then ready to be chilled in the refrigerator.
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Strawberry Shortcake Protein Bites Ingredients
- rolled oats, 1 cup
- 1/2 cup oat or coconut flour
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 scoop of protein powder in vanilla
- Greek yogurt, half a cup
- Vanilla or almond extract, 1/2 teaspoon
- 1 TBSP vanilla almond milk without added sugar
- up to five fresh strawberries
- 1 ounce of frozen strawberries (measures to a little more than a cup)
- Melted 1/4 cup coconut oil
- Oats, flour, salt, and protein powder are mixed together in less than a minute in a food processor.
- In the food processor, add yogurt, unsweetened almond milk, fresh strawberries, vanilla or almond extract, and almond butter. Mix thoroughly (about a minute). Blend one last time before adding the coconut oil, just long enough to evenly distribute it.
- Pulse the freeze-dried strawberries a few times before adding them. Avoid over-blending. The dried strawberries ought to be in chunks.
- Roll a small amount of the batter into a ball with a spoon. Repeat until the batter is gone (about 20 bites).
- Before eating, chill in the refrigerator.
- This recipe should yield around twenty bites. These should be kept in the refrigerator when not in use because they contain Greek yogurt and will spoil if left out on the counter.
- To keep them from sticking, sandwich wax paper or parchment paper between each layer when putting them in an airtight container.