With only 32 calories per Oreo, fudgey, protein-packed ball, you are surely to fall in love with this recipe and want to keep making!
Oreo lovers, meet your new favorite dessert! These balls are a straight up TREAT. Still so surprised at how these turn out so real (and naughty) tasting – especially with them being low-fat, protein-packed, and made from good-for-you ingredients. But we do not ask questions, we just say yes and enjoy the noms 😆
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE
- Protein Powder – I used PEScience protein powder. It blends so well in all recipes and this one is no exception! Zero protein powder or chalky-like taste – just smooth texture and delicious flavor!
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- Coconut flour – along with the protein powder, this is what makes up the bulk of protein ball. Coconut flour has different absorbent properties than all other flours, so for that reason, I wouldn’t recommend subbing – but if you do, know that the liquid in this recipe will likely need to be adjusted too. Most grocery stores sell it, but I always order Bob’s Red Mill off Amazon for connivence sake.
- Black Dutch Cocoa Powder – this is different than normal cocoa! If you are unfamiliar with black cocoa, it is cocoa powder that has been heavily dutch, making it very dark (pretty much black). It tastes different than normal cocoa powder and is the secret weapon in making these Oreo protein balls have that ‘cookies and cream’ flavor! You need this stuff in your life, trust me! I use HIIT Nutrition Jet Black Cocoa Powder that I order from their website. You can use the code LaurenFitFoodie to save 10%.
- Canned pumpkin
- Unsweetened applesauce
- Zero-calorie granulated sweetener
- Unsweetened almond milk
These balls are indulgent. Rich. Fudgy. Chocolately. And Oreo AF.
They taste amazing on top of yogurt bowls, normal or protein ice cream, with fruit or just straight up! Perfect for a afternoon snack or to curve that post-lunch sweet tooth. Perfect for breakfast or dessert or literally any other time since they are so tiny and cute and each ball is only 32 calories.
They also make a great dish to bring to a party. Especially when you add the white chocolate drizzle on top. Recipe for the White Chocolate Oreo Protein Balls is here.
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