Nut Butter Oatmeal Protein Balls
Traveling around the country like I do, I snack a lot. Finding a snack that is healthy and tasty is sometimes really hard. I created these yummy nut butter oatmeal protein balls. They are gluten free, full of protein, and packed with yumminess.
Once Again Nut Butter
Once Again Nut Butter is amazing. They sent me the cutest lunch box filled with all their flavors, and boy do they have a lot. I love the sunflower seed butter. Once Again Nut Butter is 100% employee-owned. They are a company with an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). However, they govern themselves as a worker-owned cooperative. The biggest difference between a worker co-op and an ESOP is in the valuation of company stock. In their employee-owned company, all the employees are owners.
Add Some Healthy Chocolate To Your Life
The Once Again Organic Amore Almond Spread with Milk Chocolate was the highlight of the package. We dipped some strawberries in it and my son absolutely loved it.
Sharing With Your Friends
My friends came over to share this yummy treat and had toast with the peanut butter, and loved it, we even added some bananas and blueberries to the sandwich.
Sunflower Seed Butter Is Amazing
I created my gluten free protein balls with the sunflower seed butter. Can I just say, WOW, it is so good. It really added an amazing taste to my protein balls. One of the best things about these protein balls is they don’t have to be baked, or refrigerated. They were very easy to make, and you can add any of your favorite seeds, nuts, and fruits to your protein balls.
Blueberry Sunflower Protein Balls
- 1/3 Cup sunflower seeds
- 1/2 Cup chocolate chips (semisweet)
- 2 Cups gluten-free rolled oats
- 1/2 Cup dried blueberries
- 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon
- 1/2 Cup honey
- 1/2 Cup Once Again Sunflower Seed Butter
- 2 Tablespoons gluten-free tapioca flour
In a large bowl, add sunflower seeds, cinnamon, rolled oats, chocolate chips, and blueberries.
Next, add sunflower seed butter and honey.
Add the gluten-free tapioca flour slowly, this is to make the mixture not as sticky when forming balls.
Create protein balls about 2 inches in size, and place them on parchment paper.
Storing the Protein Balls
You can place the balls in a container and put them in the refrigerator for up to six weeks, or leave the on the counter like I did. Believe me, they won’t last 6 weeks, I ate mine in 3 days.