15 Healthy Protein Ball Recipes made with a Food Processor

Food Processors now make healthy eating a breeze. Delicious, high protein treats can be made all in under 5 minutes with minimal ingredients. We have gathered a list of our favorite protein ball recipes for any diet, whether it be Paleo, Vegan or Low Carb. 

1. Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Balls

These protein balls are a quick and healthy alternative to sugar filled cookies. They make a great portable snack for busy work days. 


2. Nut Free Banana Oat Protein Energy Balls

Delicious protein balls without a nut base can be hard to find, but this recipe for banana oat protein balls packs in flavor and protein from sunflower nut butter and hemp seeds. 

Nut Free Protein Energy Balls (gluten free dairy free vegan) Recipe- No bake healthy snack banana oat balls packed with protein, fiber and sweetened with banana.


3. Chocolate Mint Balls

A guilt free treat based on a childhood ice cream favorite, Chocolate mint balls made from walnuts and cocoa powder providing healthy fats and antioxidants. 

These Chocolate Mint Balls are addictively delicious and with no grains, dairy, or refined sugar, they’re a snack you can enjoy guilt-free. Plus they couldn’t be easier to make! They make a wonderful Christmas cookie alternative treat too!

4. Five Ingredient Blueberry Energy Balls

These delicious blueberry energy balls are filled with antioxidants and a refreshing fruity flavor and oh so simple to make!

These no bake blueberry energy balls are made with just five healthy ingredients and are packed with nutrition to boost your energy and improve your health.

5. Hazelnut Mocha Protein Balls

A satisfying snack with a soft centered filling from nut butter, these protein balls are creamy and indulgent, all while being guilt free. 


6. Matcha Low Carb Protein Balls

Keto Friendly and containing the blood pressuring lowering health benefits of Matcha, these Low Carb Protein Balls can help fight sweet cravings, all without the blood sugar crash. 

Bowl of matcha keto low carb protein balls

7. Raspberry Chocolate Protein Balls

A sweet and fruity snack for when straight fruit just won’t cut it.

Paired with decadent chocolate chips or cacao nibs these protein balls are sure to be an ideal snack.

No-Bake Raspberry Chocolate Protein Balls

8. Coffee Chocolate Chip Protein Bites

Gluten free, Dairy free and even a nut free option, these coffee and chocolate protein bites will be hit in any crowd. 

These Coffee Chocolate Chip Protein Bites only taste indulgent, but they are actually healthy! These bites are gluten free and dairy free with a nut-free option, and they have a bit of protein and coffee to power you through your day - @TheFitCookie #glutenfree #dairyfree #protein

9. Vanilla Cake Batter Protein Balls

Deliciously sweet and reminiscent of everyones favorite childhood cake flavor, these protein balls are indulgent, yet low in carbs. 

10. White Chocolate Protein Bites

White chocolate is seen as an unhealthy treat, but it doesn’t have to be. Fight your white chocolate cravings with these white chocolate protein bites. 


12. Apple Cinnamon Energy Balls

These protein balls only contain a handful of ingredients, the Wintery spices like cinnamon and fresh apple making them totally addictive. 

Apple Cinnamon Energy Balls Recipe

13. Lemon Coconut Protein Balls 

Feeling tropical? These tasty lemon coconut protein balls are zesty, creamy and pack in 5 grams of protein. 


14. Snickers Protein Balls

These snickers protein balls provide the ultimate naughty treat without the guilt. Healthy fats and Proteins are provided by the peanuts and protein powder. 

Snickers Protein Balls

15. Pumpkin Pie Protein Balls

The Healthy alternative to a Fall treat, these Pumpkin Pie Protein Balls are full of flavor from Pumpkin Pie Spices and packed with fiber from pumpkin puree. 


Looking for a durable, high performance Food Processor? Try the Cuisinart 14 Cup Food Processor.


If you’re on a budget and in need of a Food Processor, try the Hamilton Beach 10 Cup Food Processor.

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