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Protein Balls

Protein balls are compact, convenient and quick sources of protein that are usually made from a mix of dry ingredients such as oats, nuts, and seeds, combined with sticky ingredients like honey or dates. These compact gems are power-packed with proteins, fiber, and healthy fats, designed to provide energy and stave off hunger. The appeal of protein balls extends beyond fitness enthusiasts. For those with busy lifestyles or those looking for healthier snack options, protein balls are the perfect companion. With a wide range of flavors and ingredient options available, from chocolate and peanut butter to cranberry and vanilla, these delightful nibbles cater to numerous taste preferences.
#19
IN BREAKFAST & NUTRITION BARS
450
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Protein Balls
57%
CARBS
29%
FAT
14%
PROTEIN
Protein Balls FAQ
What are Protein Balls?
What ingredients do I need to make Protein Balls?
Do I need any special equipment to make Protein Balls?
Can I substitute ingredients in the Protein Balls recipe?
How do I store leftover Protein Balls?
What are some common mistakes to avoid when making Protein Balls?
How can I adjust the consistency or texture of the Protein Balls?
Are there any tips or tricks for making the perfect Protein Balls?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Protein Balls expire?
Protein Balls typically have a shelf life of one week if refrigerated. When left at room temperature, they can last 2-3 days. The printed date on the package can be relied upon, however, it is important to always consume the balls before they start to show signs of spoilage. Once opened, protein balls should be consumed within its specific shelf life. For homemade protein balls, they should be used within one week if refrigerated, and within 2-3 days if left at room temperature. If you choose to freeze the protein balls, they can last up to 6 months.
How do you tell if Protein Balls is bad?
If you notice a change in color, texture or smell, those are early signs that the Protein Balls have expired. They may become soggy or overly dry, and might develop a mold. Also, if they have stayed beyond the prescribed duration in the package label or beyond the homemade storage limit, they're likely to be bad.
Tips for storing Protein Balls to extend shelf life
• Always keep Protein Balls in a sealable container or ziplock bag. • If you're not consuming them immediately, please refrigerate. • You can also keep them in the freezer if you're not planning to consume them within a week. Do not re-freeze once defrosted. • For homemade protein balls, consume within a week and store in the fridge or freezer. • Always wash your hands properly before preparing or eating protein balls.
Health Info
Macros
15g
CARBS
7g
FAT
3g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
MEDITERRANEAN
VEGAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
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