Fall Spice Protein Balls
Quick post because these are too good and too easy not to share! I am always looking for fast, easy breakfast options that will give me sustainable energy to accomplish the 1,084 things I have planned for myself. Protein balls are one of my favorites! They are fast and easy to make, quick to grab out of the fridge in the morning, and super tasty. This recipe is a yummy Fall twist plus includes the added healthy immune support of Thieves Vitality essential oil blend. Hello, wellness for the season ahead!!
Thieves Vitality oil is a powerhouse for supporting a healthy immune system and a crucial part of our winter-wellness regime. Cinnamon Bark Vitality is also wonderful for a healthy immune system and may provide digestive support as well. It is the PERFECT time of year for some extra wellness support! Want to know more about using Thieves to support your immune system? Check out my last post HERE.
Anywho, back to the recipe…
What you need:
- 1/2 cup Peanut Butter
- 1/4 cup raw Honey
- 1 drop Thieves Vitality essential oil (HERE is where you can buy the only brand of essential oils I use with my family)
- 1 drop Cinnamon Bark Vitality essential oil (get it HERE)
- 1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder (I use Young Living Pure Protein Complete, but you can use what you have!)
- 1 cup Old Fashioned Rolled Oats (my FAVORITE)
- Mini Chocolate Chips (I like Ghirardelli)
To the extent possible, I use organic and non-GMO ingredients. If you don’t have both Cinnamon Bark and Thieves Vitality oils, you can use two drops of either one. It will still taste great! But trust me, you don’t need more than two drops of essential oil because they are STRONG! I always double this recipe because we eat them so fast!
Mix peanut butter, honey and essential oils in large mixing bowl to ensure the oils are well dispersed. Next add protein powder, oats and chocolate chips and mix well. Form in to balls using your hands (about 1 Tablespoon of mixture for each ball). Refrigerate at least one hour. Store in fridge and ENJOY! Recipe makes roughly 15 protein balls.
Then, repeat recipe after you eat them all in one meal!