Recipe by Chef Michael Williams
Power Peanut Butter Balls
- Prep time 30 mins
- Ready in 30 mins
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These delicious clean and nutritious balls are a fantastic recipe to make up and have on hand. They have a lovely taste and texture out of the fridge, but can live on the counter for a few days as well.
- If you do not have oat flour, you can make your own. Add the oats to a food processor or blender and grind until you achieve a fairly smooth flour.
- Add the flour to a medium sized mixing bowl.
- Add the peanut butter, vanilla and honey to the bowl with the oats and stir very well until the mixture is totally incorporated.
- Now add the rice cereal and the nut meal and gently stir to incorporate.
- Once the mixture is fully and evenly incorporated form into balls. You can make them as big or small as you like. I prefer a size slightly smaller than a ping pong ball.
- Now it’s time to coat in chocolate. Chop the chocolate into small pieces if you are not using chips and set up a double boiler (a mixing bowl set on top of a pot with a ½ inch of simmering water in it.
- Once the chocolate is melted, let it cool a bit and then coat each of the balls in the chocolate. Place them onto a parchment lined plate for the chocolate to harden.
- You can keep them in the fridge if you don’t plan on eating them in the next week or so or simply if you like them cold.
Add ½ cup of minced prunes for added sweetness and bit of a moister texture.