Raw Chocolate, Banana, & Almond Butter Recovery Balls Recipe

Raw Chocolate, Banana, & Almond Butter Recovery Balls Recipe


Keep balls in the fridge (or you can freeze them for later)
Vegan Vegetarian

These nutty protein recovery balls are based on the principle that after your workout or run your body will be wanting lots of nutrition and protein to let it replace all the energy it has burnt. Not only are these balls naturally sweet from the Raw Nut Butter and Maple Syrup they are extremely filling. They are just what you need to replace goodness to an eager and hungry body. Fantastic as an in-between snack or even a pre gym protein boost, these little balls are very versatile and easy to make.  



  • Cup
  • Table Spoon
  • Food Processor

  1. Blitz the oats in a food processor into a fine powder (leave some aside to add in later for texture)
  2. add the banana, almond butter and maple syrup and pulse
  3. Add the rest of the ingredients (including rest of oats), and drizzle in almond milk while blending until the mixture comes together
  4. Roll into balls (make sure the mixture is gooey and not too wet)

These are a solid snack companion for before or after a workout. They contain lots of protein from the Nut Butters and Rice Protein Powder which translates to loads of energy and recovery sustenance for your muscles. These balls also have lots of minerals which are exactly what your body needs when it has been pushed to its limit. A lot of minerals leave the body when we do heavy exercise and so we need to refuel on magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, iron and healthy fatty acids for replensh our energy levels. Along with Cacoa and its multitude of phytochemical components and minerals this recipe is exactly what you need to accomplish this.

22 May 2015 - 2:59pm