Organic Protein Powder Pumpkin Spice

Organic Protein Powder Pumpkin Spice

Organic Protein Powder Pumpkin Spice | EASY Vegan Recipes: Pumpkin Spice Protein Balls


Hey guys! Wanted to share a new Vegan recipe that’s super easy to make! All you need are the ingredients and a food processor (a blender can work too). It is made up of healthy protein, carbs, fats, and fiber- the essential macros for any nutritious diet. Whether you are a college student or just live a busy lifestyle, these are a great on-the-go option! Refridgerate them to eat for a quick breakfast, throughout the day as a healthy treat or even as a dessert option! Thanks for watching and enjoy the recipe!

MAIN INGREDIENTS (all organic):
•10-15 Deglet/Medjool Dates (the glue, fiber, contain SO many vitamins + minerals)
•2 Carrots Chopped (adds a sweet taste + healthy benefits)
•1 Cup Rolled Oats (great source of carbs + fiber)
•1 & 1/2 Cups Walnuts (rich in omega-3 fatty acids (ALA) + antioxidants + vitamins

THE PROTEIN:
•3 Scoops Pumpkin Seed Protein Powder (pumpkin seeds are small but have the highest ratio of plant protein per gram)

THE FLAVORING:
•1/4 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon (antioxidants, one of the healthiest spices on the planet)
•1/4 Teaspoon Ground Ginger (Ginger contains gingerol, a substance with powerful medicinal properties)
•1 Tablespoon Diced Orange Peel (loaded with Vitamin C, as well as vitamin A, enzymes, fiber, and pectin)
•1 + 1/2 Cup Pulsed Coconut Chips (optional: adds a light coconut flavor)

POWDER COATING:
Mixture of pulsed Coconut Flakes & Pumpkin Protein Powder

SUBSTITUTIONS & TIPS:
•If you don’t want to use dates for this recipe, try raisins, cranberries, prunes, apricots, dried pineapple, dried cherries, etc.

Tip: Dates create a sticky consistency which works really well for this recipe.

•Peanut butter, almond butter, etc. also can work well for this recipe.

Tip: The stickier the consistency the better.

•If you don’t like walnuts, you can use pecans, almonds, or pine nuts.

Tip: Nuts are a healthy fat that will not only add to the flavor but also provide some healthy benefits.

•If you are crazy and don’t like rolled oats, try some ground flaxseed, chia seed as healthy additions to this recipe. (just use rolled oats trust me)

Tip: Oats are a great source of fiber, which is an essential part of healthy living!

•If you love chocolate, throw some cacao powder, dark chocolate pieces, or some chocolate protein into this recipe instead!

Tip: I would definitely use a protein powder if you can to add the flavor or chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, etc. This way you can still get the added flavor but also get the added protein as well!
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17 Replies to “Organic Protein Powder Pumpkin Spice”

  1. It looks delish ! But just a tip :if you peal the zest before you cut the orange you won’t have the white part and it will be less bitter and tastier ! A lot of good idea and great habits ! Congrats

  2. Damn this looks amazing!!! I need to try this ASAP! Ive tried cocoa powder with dates and nuts.. it’s my vegan chocolate truffle but now that it’s pumpkin season, I’ll be doing this now

  3. Try putting some Madagascar vanilla extract, instant coffee and dehydrated pumpkin and next time. It will give the balls more of the PSL taste. Additionally, a little maple syrup will go a long way to concrete that autumnal flavor profile.

    Also pumpkin seeds don’t have much of that flavor but they go with the theme and offer additional protein and a nice crunch for the coating instead of the protein powder, which let’s face it- regardless of flavor always taste like protein powder. I️ would reserve the protein powder for the actual dough and go another route for the coating. Pulsing more of those classic pumpkin pie spices (cinnamon clove nut meg and ginger) with the pumpkin seeds, pecans and a little coconut sugar in a processor is a better coating IMO. Give it a try next time! Trust me! Brilliant call with the carrots and orange peel though! Definitely incorporating them into my recipe.

    Also I’m from Oregon so I️ throw medicinal cbd oil into all my protein balls for anti inflammatory benefits and a little buzz but that’s obviously optional.

  4. You make me want to go vegan I swear, doesn't seem as hard as you would think at first! Also, if everyone could pleaseeee watch my vlogs, I'm new to this so any support would be amazing! xxx

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