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Protein ball meets oatmeal raisin cookie, these cinnamon raisin cookie protein balls are loaded with cookie taste and are tremendous satisfying. Ingredients 2 tablespoons shredded coconut 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon ginger 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1⁄2 cup protein powder. No bake oatmeal raisin {cookie} protein balls are going to rock your snacking game. The combination of almond butter, rolled oats, a dash of cinnamon, a bit of honey, raisins and chia seeds come together to make a simple, filling and high-energy snack. Great for a quick breakfast or on-the-go snack.

Instructions Combine all of the ingredients in a medium sized bowl. Mix to combine. Roll into 1-1 ½ inch size balls. * Place the energy bites on a baking sheet or plate, and freeze or refrigerate until fully set, about 20-30 minutes. Store in.

Home Recipes Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough Protein Balls Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough Protein Balls Kristine June 17, 2014 Gluten Free, Kid Friendly, Protein. Prepare the raisins: Add the butter to a medium-sized sauce pot and place it over low-medium heat. Once the butter has melted, turn the heat to low. Add the raisins, vanilla and cinnamon and stir to blend. Cover and let this gently simmer for 10.

Rinse the raisins and almonds with some water. Toss them in a food processor with the cinnamon. Whirl away! When sufficiently mixed, form into ball or bar shapes.

Enjoy! Makes about 12 balls. In a large bowl, mix together peanut butter, coconut oil, brown sugar, and molasses until somewhat smooth.

Add in oatmeal, raisins, and cinnamon, stirring well to combine. Using a medium-sized cookie scoop, scoop out dough, then rolling into balls with hands. Line on parchment-lined cookie sheet. In a large bowl, stir together the almond butter, protein powder, 1/3 cup coconut flour, honey, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and 2 tablespoons almondmilk.

Stir until the mixture forms a dough that is soft enough to roll into balls, but not overly sticky. Add additional coconut flour or almondmilk as needed to make the mixture more or less dry. Six ingredients make up these homemade Apple Cinnamon Protein Cookies to make a low fat and high protein snack, pre-workout or post-workout option, or healthy breakfast or dessert. Each homemade protein cookie has 4g of protein and they are gluten free and dairy free. Last updated on September 20, 2019.

Check out the video to see how easy they come together!

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Each serving: About 335 calories, 9g protein, 63g carbohydrate, Punch down dough; turn onto surface lightly floured: 6g total fat (1g saturated), 18mg cholesterol, 275mg sodium with whole-wheat flour.

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Immediately stir in 1½ tablespoons unsweetened whey protein powder, 1 tablespoon water, and 1 tablespoon each raisins and dry rolled oats.

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Made into small portions with healthy ingredients and no refined sugar, these energy balls hit the spot.

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  • Thanks for sharing the recepie. I don’t have maple syrup (is not common around here) so i replaced it by honey and i hate rasins so i replace them by chocolate chips. Love it, �������� the perfect snack before workout ������. ☺️☺️ bye, have a wonderful day

  • Is there anything I can sub for the banana? I’m deathly allergic to it. (The oatmeal cookie recipe). What can I sub out for the nut butter…Also allergic to sunflower butter. For WW, how much chickpea salad do you put on a sandwich? I tend to eat the whole thing in one sitting…and that’s not good lol.

  • I love recipes like this, the ingredient combinations are endless! Love the you use an ice-cream scoop to make them even size!! xx

  • i couldn’t make these without “Squishing” them. hahaha..glad your back on track and things going well and moving forward for all on the island. God bless.

  • I’m watching this on my computer, otherwise, you’d see a bunch of cookie emoji’s!!! Can I just say for the umpteenth time (lol)….you have the most visually pleasing videos. You do such a beautiful job with your editing and graphics. LOVE LOVE LOVE your videos!

  • At the risk of sounding like an idiot… what are quick oats? I wish I could have seen the package. What words should I look for on the packaging? Raw? Dry? Sorry… and could you recommend a brand?

  • So what would happen if we’d bake these in a pan or oven? I get that there’s no egg and stuff in them but will they just burn or might they get some sort of crisp?

  • I’ve tried soooo many protein cookies and they usually don’t have great macros and to top it off they taste worse than garbage but you sir have cracked the protein cookie code. Crazy macros and they taste great… Seriously, this is next level protein cookie.

  • Recipe. Aren’t they suppose to have amounts. Seems like you raced through the protein ball concept without measuring ideas for ingredients to get to a sales pitch for Ideal protein ��.

  • These look delicious! I can’t wait to try! I made your thin mint cookies over the weekend and WOW! I want to make more already but this is probably a better, healthier choice to snack on! Thanks for sharing Brittany!

  • Thanks Angela for the great recipe! i made them right away cause i had all the ingredients. yummy! i enjoy your channel so much. thankful St. croix is recovering and you are in good spirits! I’m coming in April for 10 days with my husband and our 3 girls. We are considering a move to St. Croix! Can’t wait to get your ebook and thanks ahead for all your hard work and research! i’m sure it will be a blessing!

  • Hi.Miranda..GOOD

  • As a new subscriber from India,love your recipes!
    We don’t have Hemp hearts available here.. but all ingredients in this recipe are easily available…
    Excited to try these,lots of love to you and Matt❤️

  • I made these yesterday, and they are absolutely delicious! I ground all the dry ingredients to a powder, so mine ended up like a cookie dough consistency! So yummy!

  • To begin, that sweater color is so flattering on you! When I make these Bites I plan to put them in an icet ray (the soft plastic kind) so I can just pop them out. Thanks for a great healthy snack recipe!!!

  • Hi! I came across your channel a few months ago while researching some videos on YouTube to see what it’s like to live on USVI. So happy I found you! Anyways, I have a strong interest of relocating to st croix. Even if just for a few years. From hurricane Maria, I saw you lost power for a while but was your Home heavily damaged at all? How did the homes on the island make out? I can imagine a lot of homes were damaged:( but was it mostly homes on the shore? The only thing that’s really stopping me from moving there is the hurricanes. I am scared to spend my life savings on a home, only for the roof to fly off and the inside get flooded. Any feedback would be appreciated:) love your channel!!! Keep making vids

  • Welcome back! You have overcome a lot and are an inspiration to keep moving forward no matter the circumstances. I enjoy your videos and recipes!! ��

  • Angie. So wonderful you and your husband are back home in your island paradise! You seem so happy! So Angie! God bless you guys and may everything get better by the minute! Also that looks so delicious!!