4 Years of Superfood!

12143080_10103319885589632_7396858098718254502_nCan you name something that you have been eating for 4 years that gives you all of these benefits?

I have been enjoying this shake and all of its wonderful benefits for the past 4 years! It has been around for 7 years now!

I wanted to share a little more about it with you!

It is NOT a protein shake!

It is NOT a diet/weight loss drink!

It IS a superfood!

It IS a healthy fast food!

It DOES give me energy! HELLO!! I have two little ones under 3, I need all the energy I can get!

It does DOES crush my cravings for junk and sweets!

It DOES boost my immune system!

It DOES keep me regular! (Just being honest with you!)

It DOES fuel my body to perform at its ultimate level!

This is why I drink it. Every! Single! Day!

Even when I workout…especially when I workout!

I love my Shakeology!!

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Protein Balls

Protein Balls!! Please hang in there I am still tweaking this recipe!! I was not happy with the original recipe I had and I didn’t like the ones I was finding online.

1 can black beans – about 1 3/4 c. 
1 1/2 scoops chocolate protein powder (might up this to 2 next time)
2 tsp. Truvia
3 TBSP Cocoa powder
8 TBSP unsweetened coconut flakes
1/8 c milk
1/2 tsp almond or vanilla extract
4 TBSP Chopped slivered almonds

Drain and rinse black beans. Toast coconut in the oven and set aside. Mix black beans and milk until desired consistency is reached. Then mix in protein powder, Truvia, cocoa powder, 2 TBSP toasted coconut, almond or vanilla extract, and almonds.

I blended the beans and milk in my vitamix. I tried adding everything but it didn’t do well so I scooped it into a bowl and mixed with a spatula.

I would blend just the beans and milk in either a blender or food processor. You could also use a fork and smash them.

You could spray your hands with cooking spray or something to keep it from sticking to your hands. Roll into balls, I was able to get 30 and roll in the remainder of the toasted coconut. The place in fridge.

I entered the recipe into myfitnesspal and this is what I got.

Per ball:
Calories 30
Fat 1g
Carbs 4g
Protein 2g
Sugar <1

For the protein powder I used a scoop of Shakeology and 1/2 scoop Isopure Javapro. Next time I think I would use a protein powder with a higher protein content.

Enjoy!! They are delicious!! My husband even really liked them and couldn’t believe they were made with black beans!!

 

Protein Balls