It is so easy to buy a kilo of protein in the supermarket, but what if you can make your own with a fraction of the cost? You can save a lot of money when you buy your protein in bulk. Yes, you can buy premium protein powder at the supermarket, but how much would this cost if you make your own? Why not make your own protein balls at home?

Keto is emerging as the latest fad diet, and (as with many other fads) it is difficult to determine whether or not it will be successful. On one hand, it seems to have tapped into peoples desire for low-carb, high-protein diets, as the ketogenic diet is often made of high-fat foods. However, keto is also an extremely restrictive diet that requires most people to cut out carbohydrates entirely.

Keto snacks to take away – the best!

Looking for a delicious low-carb snack that’s ready in less than 10 minutes? These keto protein balls are so easy to make and are a delicious treat for the whole family. I don’t know about you, but I love desserts that can be made quickly. You can even put them in your pocket and take them with you when you travel!

I even made a video to show you how easy it is to make these keto protein balls:

These keto protein balls are packed with healthy ingredients, plus a little sweetness from ChocZero syrup and ChocZero chocolate chips to create the perfect low-carb treat you’ve been looking for.

With only 1 net carbohydrate per serving and no added sugars, you can satisfy your cravings for sugar without having a bad conscience.

Here are some tips for making these no-bake protein balls:

  • If the keto protein ball mixture doesn’t seem to stick, add another teaspoon of vanilla extract.

.. : 24 SERIES

Preparation time: 10 MINUTES

Total time : 10 MINUTES

A high protein snack with hemp hearts, seeds, peanut butter and sweet chocolate chips.


Mix all ingredients in a large bowl until combined.


Cut out a tablespoon-sized ball from the mixture and place on a baking sheet.


Put them in the freezer for an hour to harden.


Store the protein balls in an airtight container in the freezer or refrigerator. Have fun!

Yield: 24, serving size: 1 Protein Scoop
Quantity per serving:
128 calories | 10 g fat | 5 g total carbohydrates | 4 g fiber | 0 sugar | 5 g protein | 1 g net carbs

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Filling and delicious!

Even your kids will love these low-carb protein balls, I suggest saving a few for yourself so they don’t get eaten right away.

Make a batch today and you can enjoy delicious snacks all week long!

Try our Keto Trail Mix for an on-the-go snack.

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