These No-Bake Chocolate Berry Protein Crunchies are the sweet and healthy snack that keeps on giving. Consisting of complex carbs, healthy fats and extra protein, it is a wholesome treat for any time of the day.
No-Bake Dark Chocolate Berry Protein Crunchies
Searching for some heavenly flavoured chocolate protein bites to incorporate into your meal plan? Look no further than these easy No-Bake Chocolate Berry Protein Crunchies.
Filled with complex carbs, healthy fats and a scoop of berry protein powder, they are the ideal chocolate treat when you crave something sweet. Moreover, freeze-dried raspberries add a delicious fruity touch to this healthy protein snack, ready to be devoured.
Eat this high protein low-calorie snack as an afternoon snack, after a workout and whenever you want to satisfy your cravings more healthily. Serve with milk of choice for the ultimate indulgence.
Tips for making this recipe
- I used 70% dark chocolate for this recipe because it isn't overly sweet, has a richer taste and is healthier than milk chocolate. But you can also use a darker or lighter chocolate variety.
- Have no hemp seeds? Swap for other flaxseeds, chia seeds, popped quinoa or finely chopped nuts as a nutritious replacement.
- To make these chocolate crunchies set quicker than in the fridge, pop them in the freezer.
- If not eaten right away, store in an airtight container for up to two weeks.
More healthy snacks using dark chocolate
No-Bake Chocolate Berry Protein Crunchies
- 100 g slivered almonds (1 cup)
- 100 g rolled oats (1 cup)
- 3 tablespoon hemp seeds (or other seeds)
- 3 teaspoon protein powder (1 scoop)
- 10 g freeze-dried raspberries (0.35 oz)
- 100 g dark chocolate 70% (3.5 oz)
- 1 tbso coconut oil
- Roughly chop and melt the dark chocolate with the coconut oil in the microwave or over a water bath on the stove.
- Mix slivered almonds, rolled oats, hemp seeds, protein powder and freeze-dried raspberries in a bowl. Pour in melted dark chocolate and mix well with a spoon.
- With two teaspoons, place about 15 heaps on a baking tray. Cool in the fridge for about an hour or until set.
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