Raw Protein Power Chocolate Truffles

 

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Raw Protein Power Chocolate Truffles. Hard work at the gym requires quality protein to restore the muscle fiber. While lean meat or a quality plant protein combination (such as legumes with rice) are a great choice if you’re having a meal after workout, these protein power chocolate truffles are the perfect post workout snacks, especially if your workout is in the afternoon, because they give you energy for.

Chocolatey, protein packed snacks. Protein power chocolate truffles, made with pumpkin seeds, dates, + chia, and the perfect grab-n-go, healthy treat. Hemp Seeds: Hemp seeds offer high amounts of plant protein, phytonutrients, omega 3 fats, and contain 20 amino acids.

Raw Cacao: This recipe uses raw cacao powder and nibs. Raw. Chocolate always sounds good and these Raw Chocolate Truffles certainly satisfy with deep, dark velvety chocolate and a rich creamy center. Just 2 tablespoons provides 5g of protein, 6g of fiber, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, and selenium. Definitely a power food I like to keep around.

This post may contain affiliate. What Gives Chocolate Truffle Balls Their Unique Flavour And Texture One of the key ingredients for this recipe is almond meal. Its flavour is subtle, it’s not fatty and buttery like cashew meal, and it’s very fine in texture. The next one that plays its own role in a very smooth and velvety texture of these protein balls is desiccated.

Keep in mind this does not include any toppings you roll your truffles in, and will vary depending on the size you make them: Per truffle: 44 Cal // 3.5g. Sugar // 1g. Protein // 2.5g.

Fat // 1g. Fiber If you’d like a bigger boost of protein, feel free to add a scoop of your favorite protein powder (preferably chocolate. Ingredients 1/2 cup natural, unsweetened nut or seed butter (e.g., peanut, cashew, sunflower, or tahini) 3 tablespoons honey, agave 1/2 cup natural, unsweetened nut or seed butter (e.g., peanut, cashew. Raw Protein Power Chocolate Truffles?

6. Exercising and getting that #workoutcomplete feel absolutely amazing, but our bodies also require quality protein to restore muscle fiber after a workout. In fact, post-workout meals are critical in aiding your body in decreasing muscle protein breakdown, increasing muscle protein growth, restoring. Organic Chocolate Power Protein Cookie $ 3.99 – $ 45.00 Select options; Organic Mint Chocolate Chip Superfood Macaroon $ 3.99 – $ 45.00 Select options; Organic White Chocolate Truffle $ 7.99 – $ 45.00 Select options; Organic Triple G Chocolate Truffle $ 7.99 – $ 45.00 Select options; Organic Superfood Supreme Truffle $ 7.99 – $ 45.00. In a small to medium bowl, add the almond butter, protein powder and cocoa powder; mix until combined. Drizzle in the honey and salt; mix once more until thick.

To a few plates, spread out the black and white sesame seeds, bee pollen and coconut flakes.

List of related literature:

They inferred from this that the absorption of fat in the chocolate manufacturing process was not altered by denaturation of whey protein at the milk powder particle surface.

“Industrial Chocolate Manufacture and Use” by Steve T. Beckett
from Industrial Chocolate Manufacture and Use
by Steve T. Beckett
Wiley, 2011

If you have another favorite chocolate protein powder you would like to add—go for it.

“Plant-Powered Families: Over 100 Kid-Tested, Whole-Foods Vegan Recipes” by Dreena Burton
from Plant-Powered Families: Over 100 Kid-Tested, Whole-Foods Vegan Recipes
by Dreena Burton
BenBella Books, Incorporated, 2015

In a different context, Keck-Gassenmeier and colleagues (1999) found very low recoveries (2–3%) of peanut protein added to chocolate products, but were able to improve this to near-quantitative recovery by the addition of fish gelatin to the extraction buffer.

“Handbook of Hygiene Control in the Food Industry” by H. L. M. Lelieveld, John Holah, Domagoj Gabric
from Handbook of Hygiene Control in the Food Industry
by H. L. M. Lelieveld, John Holah, Domagoj Gabric
Elsevier Science, 2016

Therefore, the use of whey protein coating is feasible in food products based on chocolates or nuts (Lee et al., 2002).

“Edible Food Packaging: Materials and Processing Technologies” by Miquel Angelo Parente Ribeiro Cerqueira, Ricardo Nuno Correia Pereira, Oscar Leandro da Silva Ramos, Jose Antonio Couto Teixeira, Antonio Augusto Vicente
from Edible Food Packaging: Materials and Processing Technologies
by Miquel Angelo Parente Ribeiro Cerqueira, Ricardo Nuno Correia Pereira, et. al.
CRC Press, 2017

If they’re processed without first being soaked, sprouted, or fermented, it may have an impact on the protein bioavailability— and it could do harm to your gut over the long term.

“The Keto Diet: The Complete Guide to a High-Fat Diet, with More Than 125 Delectable Recipes and 5 Meal Plans to Shed Weight, Heal Your Body, and Regain Confidence” by Leanne Vogel
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by Leanne Vogel
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

Gloss stability of whey-protein/plasticizer coating formulations for chocolate.

“Innovations in Food Packaging” by Jung H. Han
from Innovations in Food Packaging
by Jung H. Han
Elsevier Science, 2005

If you want the recipe to be 100 percent raw, use cacao nibs (also called raw chocolate) if you can find them.

“Thrive, 10th Anniversary Edition: The Plant-Based Whole Foods Way to Staying Healthy for Life” by Brendan Brazier
from Thrive, 10th Anniversary Edition: The Plant-Based Whole Foods Way to Staying Healthy for Life
by Brendan Brazier
Hachette Books, 2017

• Posttranslational modifications are easily possible and achievable for purified protein product (Hoss et al., 1990; Klocet al., 1991; Kuroda et al., 1991).

“Nano-Biopesticides Today and Future Perspectives” by Opender Koul
from Nano-Biopesticides Today and Future Perspectives
by Opender Koul
Elsevier Science, 2019

The stability of vitamin B, in dry products is generally excellent; e.g., losses in cocoa powder containing added vitamins B, C, D, and iron were 13% and 21% after 12 months at 75°F and 98°F, respectively.

“CRC Handbook of Food Additives, Second Edition” by Thomas E. Furia
from CRC Handbook of Food Additives, Second Edition
by Thomas E. Furia
Taylor & Francis, 1973

19.6.4 Dietary and regulatory restrictions Potential applications of edible protein-based packaging materials should carefully consider any implications arising from allergic reactions, intolerances, or religion-based dietary restrictions that may be linked to proteins.

“Proteins in Food Processing” by Rickey Y. Yada
from Proteins in Food Processing
by Rickey Y. Yada
Elsevier Science, 2004

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  • Kalnmera Irene! Thank you for the recipe! I buy dates in an 1 kg paste box.
    Would you know how many grams is 1 & 1/2 cups dates? Thanx!

  • Wonderful. I love the idea of lovingly displaying them in a glass jar. How long would they last and would they have to be stored in the fridge throughout? xxx

  • Hey Petra, I do love your channel very much:) Really professional, best ingredients, top results & easy to make.
    Your taster (husband?) must be the luckiest man on earth! beloved greetings from germany

  • Hi, you didn’t say how much coconut oil you was useing in quantity to the cacao butter. Also I noticed the coconut oil was liquid, you didn’t say anything about melting it beforehand or what temperature the coconut oil might be when you put it in the blender. Thank you.

  • I am definitely going to try these in a couple weeks. I was planning to make Raw Brownies. Maybe I’ll vary it up with your truffles too. I hope they look as pretty as yours! Love your videography style too.

  • Sooo… I may be a little too precise about it, but I often find it hard to eyeball from a video: how much is a scoop? Something like a heaping tablespoon?

  • I love how you make healthy sweets. There’s no reason to eat garbage and processed foods when you can eat healthy good treats yourself.

  • Hello I am happy because I find you,I love everything you make,I hope I can make also this Cours
    But now I want to ask where you store the truffles and how long can be good in the fridge or freezer ‘?I order maple syrup but come next week,and I want try this recipe today and I want ask if I can use honey,because is 200 ml liquid sweetener the recipe.Thank you

  • Olga, as always, great recipe! Thank you for sharing it. Do they need to be stored in the fridge? How long do they stay fresh if stored in the fridge or freezer? Thank you again!

  • Maybe you can also make a video how we can make pralines filled in polycarbonate or silicone forms with tempered chocolate.I will be happy and grateful:* Thank you

  • Yes, I did enjoy your recipe video. I needed a good healthy sweet snack to share with some friends who are transitioning into the healthy raw WFPB/Vegan lifestyle. Thank you, Shalom and G-d bless!

  • Hi what can I use instead of the protein powder? I don’t really like using that stuff anything else I can use? Or will it hurt if I leave it out and put in coco powder instead? I’m from Aussie so we say ‘coco’

  • Thank you so much for this recipe �� do not have vanilla bean powder but do have vanilla essence so will be trying it with that. Also am gonna use some almonds as I don’t have enough walnuts. Am about to try this out though ��

  • Vegan Raw Almond Milk… https://youtu.be/RdX6ERFEJDk …Vegan Raw Brownies… https://youtu.be/lorTgny9Ros …my daughters reaction to the brownies… https://youtu.be/FhlUzxb8uYo

  • Her tempered chocolate is so easy! But please do your best to stick to cocoa butter instead of coconut oil. The one I made with coconut oil is not bad got it honestly only tastes great when it’s frozen and not at room temperature.

  • Just found your channel! Glad I did!!! Thank you for sharing all of these amazing vegan recipes��I’ll make these balls and will gift them as Christmas cookies. Spread the Veganism������

  • For whatever reason mine didn’t form a dough in the food processor, more of a crumble. It might have been because since I have a mini processor, I roughly chop my dates before putting them in or else it’ll take forever for it to evenly distribute. Maybe the distribution of the stickiness is different but all I did was add a bit of water to the bowl, massaged it with my hands, and popped the fridge for 15-30 minutes and it was great! So that’s for anyone having a similar problem or fellow mini users:)

  • If I keep these in my bag for 4 hours, will they melt?? I really want to make these delicious deserts to bring to my sister’s house, but I don’t want them to melt if unrefrigerated!!

  • Just found the channel….the thing that pops up each time you use an ingredient with the sound is really distracting. Maybe just have the list show up on the side without sound/image effects?

  • What kind of protein powder you suggest? Because it makes a word of difference whether you use neutral flavor or vanilla or others.

  • Mmmmmm… Coconut flavour taste sooo good!! I like your coconut protein bars soo much!! That taste soo delicious and crewy dish! Great dish!! See u anytime!!

  • How big are your protein powder scoops? Like every brand has different sizes… Actually, some brands might even have different portion scoops for their different formulas �� Just grams or mls could really help…

  • I’m finding it to be dry and clumping together. I tried adding in more yogurt to get it more wet, but I’m having to add twice as much as your recipe. Which makes them taste more like yogurt balls than anything else. It’s a pretty simple recipe, so maybe my ingredients are too cold or something while I’m mixing?

  • gluten-free/sugar-free…. you think this turns it more healthier? You should think about to not using any animal products. THAT’S healthy!

  • Hi! I was wondering if I could use vanilla powder and add some cocoa?
    Thank you for your great videos!
    Pre-op for gastric bypass,
    Tracy in ����

  • Personal tip from implementing the video, add the peanut butter in multiple smaller portions else might get lumps while making the oats and almond balls.

  • In Australia Oats are considered part of gluten family as its cross contaminated so its big No for someone like me on strict gluten free diet �� i feel need some safe snack ideas

  • Just found your youtube channel today and glad i did. I had bariatric weight loss surgery and cant wait 2 try some of your recipies.I dont like greek yogurt could you use fat free cream cheese instead?

  • I just made the Cocoa & Almond and the Walnut & Cranberry date balls ☺️ they are delicious, great flavour combinations! Great recipe ����