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Cinnamon & Pumpkin Seed Protein Bites

Cinnamon & Pumpkin Seed Protein Bites
Cinnamon Spice Protein Bites by Lindsay Cotter are made with warm spices like cinnamon, aniseed and cloves, to perfectly pair with the cooler days as we transition into Autumn. These grain free no bake protein balls are paleo and vegan friendly, and high in magnesium with Pumpkin Seeds - Just 2 tablespoons of dried pumpkin seeds contain 96 mg of magnesium or about 25 percent of the daily recommended dietary intake, which can help regulate blood sugar levels. The bites are great for snacks on the go, pre or post workout, and for kids!

Ingredients:

1 cup coconut or almond flour
½ cup protein powder
¼ cup pumpkin seeds
⅓ –½ cup nut butter of choice
2 tsp cinnamon
½ tsp cloves (ground)
¼ to ½ teaspoon ground aniseed
½ tsp butter or vanilla extract
½ cup honey
1 tbsp golden syrup

 

Method:

Makes around 33-36 bites, give or take
Mix dry ingredients in a bowl and add in the nut butter, extract, golden syrup, and honey
Mix well, then roll into balls/bites
Freeze right away then use Vanilla Protein Powder or coconut flour/sugar to roll bites in after frozen
Store in the fridge or freezer to maintain freshness
NOTE: if your batter is dry, you might need to add more honey and/or nut butter. Play around until you find the right consistency

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