Red Velvet Chocolate Truffles

Courtesy of Shae Hailey

These raw red velvet chocolate truffles are pure decadence, made with dairy free, white chocolate enhanced with beet powder. For these I make my own white chocolate in bulk (see recipe further below), I highly encourage you to make your own or you can use store bought (dairy free if vegan). If using store bought, be mindful of sugar content, this recipe should nourish you, not giving you a sugar high!

Nae's choccy Protein Cookies

Low carb, Paleo, High Protein, Vegan
Makes: 6 cookies
Calories: 198 Fat: 8.3g (2g mono) Sodium: 19.8 Potassium: 49mg Net carbs: 2.3g (Fibre 4.9g, sugar 1.6g) Protein 24g
I used to be addicted to store bought protein bars until I realized I couldn’t say the name of half the ingredients included in them! In came this creation and ohhh baby I’m hooked, my daily delicious boost with macro’s of gold! These are my babies, if you don’t like them then we can’t be friends


Avocado Protein Truffles
Low carb, vegan, paleo, sugarfree
What could be better than avocado and coconut butter combined? Added chocolate and protein! It’s worth spending your home deposit on
I large ripe avocado
1/2 cup coconut butter
¼ cup of cacao or cocoa powder
¼ Chocolate protein powder of choice (I use Pro-Matrix wicked whey)
½ tsp vanilla essence
1.5 Tbsp maple syrup/honey or granulated sweetener of choice
Pinch of salt
Extra cacao or cocoa powder for rolling. For extra decadence, roll them in dark chocolate of choice.
1. Blend all ingredients in a food processor until mixed well;
2. Place in a bowl and refrigerate for an hour;
3. Roll the balls in cocoa/cacao power
4. Enjoy!
5. Truffles will store in fridge for a few days or in the freezer for around 3 months

Avocado Protein Fudge

Low Carb, Vegan, Paleo Chocolate and avocado fixes everything, this fudge is a gooey dream bite packed with healthy fats and protein!

1 medium avocado, 1/3 cup of chocolate nut spread of choice (I use Mayvers Cacao and peanut butter) *You could use any nut butter you like, I happen to love chocolate! 2 tbsp of maple syrup/honey - If you are super low carb you could use 2 tbsp granulated sweetener of choice -   1tbsp of coconut butter to mix, ½ cup of cacao/cocoa powder, 3 scoops chocolate protein powder of choice, ½ tsp vanilla essence Pinch of salt

1. In a blender or food processor mix together all ingredients except protein powder

2. Pour into a bowl and add the protein powder and mix until well combined

3. Pour into a loaf pan lined with baking paper

4. Put the pan in freezer for at least an hour to set then cut into squares; 5. Enjoy

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