How to make No Bake Protein Chocolate and Mint Balls By Honest Mum

I know you guys will love these vegan, no bake protein balls as much as we all do. Easy, tasty and so quick which hit the spot, say hello to these ‘No Bake Protein Chocolate and Mint Balls’

No Bake Protein Chocolate and Mint Balls

Step away from the oven, because this super simple, super tasty snack require no baking.

no bake protein balls

In fact these protein balls were so easy to make we even had time to make these fun GIFs

 

Here is the recipe to make small 16 balls

Ingredients

  • 120 grams small oats (gluten free if you like)
  • 120 grams unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 120 grams unflavoured/ vanilla plant based protein powder.
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup (optional)
  • Handful of fresh mint, finally chopped or use a tbsp mint extract)
  • 60 grams dairy-free dark chocolate
  • 60 grams virgin, raw coconut oil
  • 120 millilitres unsweetened coconut milk (you can use oat/ almond milk if you prefer)

Method

Add, shredded coconut and powder into a medium mixing bowl and mix.

Melt the chocolate and coconut oil over a bowl under a boiling pan of water until melted.

Pour through the oat mixture, gently stirring until all the oats are covered in chocolate.

Add the coconut milk and process until the mixture binds.

Take handfuls of the mixture and roll into small balls using the palm of your hands.

Place on a tray, cover and refrigerate until firm.

And here’s another quick cheat! Pop these into the freezer for 30 minutes so they set quicker!

Enjoy!

 

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14 Responses

  1. Julia

    Oh wow, these look so good! I’ve never come across a recipe for these or anything similar that doesn’t include either dates, nuts of both, so this is so interesting!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

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    […] wonderful Vicki from Honest Mum posted this a while back and I can tell you, these were scrummy. Honest Mum’s No Bake Protein Chocolate & Mint Balls. The reason these are so good is because we need protein and these are a quick and tasty way of […]

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  3. Angela Milnes

    Fab looking recipe. We are making some date and almond protein balls to help me with my progress after weight loss. I’ll have to give these ones a try in future. The mint and honey sounds good.
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  4. Mandi

    Wow what a great idea and I’ve been looking at ways to consume more protein.
    I’m allergic to chocolate with Cocoa in and wonder if they would work with white chocolate?
    I might try White chocolate and dried raspberries with the coconut and see how they come out.
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    • honestmum

      Thanks, I get mine in Holland & Barrett, not seen it in the supermarket but sure they stock it, go for raw, virgin coconut oil if you can x

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  5. Michelle Reeves (The Essex Barn)

    Ooo these look yummy and so easy to make. I love anything that I can use my new favourite coconut oil for too! Thanks for making the GIF – made me chuckle 🙂 xx
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  6. Emma T

    These look great. Not keen on protein powders after seeing part of a documentary the others day and increase in kidney stones in users, but reckon I could adapt. I do love mint and chocolate flavours.
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