Recipe Tip: Red Velvet Energy Balls - Falstaff
Top Recipe for 8 Persons. All ingredients and tips for getting it right. In celebration of Valentine's Day, fitness food specialist Foodspring and no-alcohol spirit-maker Lyre's teamed up to create these protein-rich Red Velvet Energy Balls.
- 30 gstoned dates
- 45 ginstant oats
- 30 gFoodspring Chocolate Flavour Vegan Protein
- 3 tablespooncocoa powder
- ½ teaspoon(s)Foodspring Flavour Kick Vanilla
- 3 tablespooncoconut flour
- 70 mloat milk
- 30 mlLyre’s Pink Gin
- 2 teaspoon(s)beetroot powder
- 100 gdark chocolate
- 2 tablespoondried strawberries (optional)
Step 1Using a high-powered blender, finely purée the dates.
Step 2Put the instant oats, vegan protein, cocoa powder, coconut flour and Flavour Kick in a bowl.
Step 3Add the oat milk, pink gin, beetroot powder and date purée and knead until smooth.
Step 4Form the dough into 8 equal balls.
Step 5Melt the dark chocolate over a bain-marie (or in a microwave).
Step 6Dip the energy balls in the chocolate and sprinkle over the dried strawberry pieces (if using). Leave to dry before serving.
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