Cashew Butter Protein Bites

Woah! These Cashew Butter Protein Bites are SO good! They pack a lot of fiber, protein, and healthy fats into these delicious no-bake Cashew Butter Protein Bites. Take along a few of these protein balls when you need a quick snack, and you’ll be surprised by how well these snacks stop hunger and boost energy levels. Plus, the healthy fats also make these no-bake protein bites filling. 

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What You'll Need

1-16 oz jar cashew butter
2 scoops MRM veggie elite protein (vanilla)
3/4 cups gluten free oat bran
3/4 cups almond meal
1/4 coconut shavings
1/8 cup chia seeds
2 tbsp honey
1 tsp maca
2 tbsp cacao nibs

What You’ll Need To Know

Combine everything in a bowl and mix together folding in the mixture until everything is mixed really well. 

Form mixture into 1" bite-size balls and roll in extra coconut shavings.

Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

I will note, these do get a little messy, so dust your hands with coconut flour or starch while forming the bites. 

Recipe makes 17-18

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Raw Cashew Protein Bars

https://kurejuicebar.com/

I love a good protein bar, but here is my issue: High-protein bars can come with huge price tags, at times as high as $4 per bar. And, unbelievable is the ingredient list on many of the bars: hydrolyzed gelatin, glycerin, soy protein isolate, high fructose corn syrup, fractionated palm kernel oil, and artificial sweeteners, flavors, colors, and preservatives. Gross! Your body is a temple, and you shouldn't add that crap to your body

These Raw Cashew Protein Bars are a take on Kure Juice's Kure Bars that you can make for yourself right at home. They are loaded with so many good-for-you ingredients and taste absolutely amazing!


What You'll Need

1 cup flax meal
1 cup oats  
1/2 cup chia seeds
1/2 cup hemp seeds
1/2 cup cashew butter, unsweetened (I used Whole Foods 365 brand)
1/4 cup coconut shavings, unsweetened
4 scoops Vital Proteins collagen peptides  
1/8 cup cacao nibs
1/4 cup grade a maple syrup* 
1 tbsp organic ground cinnamon
1/8 tsp sea salt
2 tbsp maca (I used this brand)
3/4 cup almond milk, unsweetened 

*You can also use 6 soaked and pitted Medjool dates in place of the maple syrup

What You'll Need To Know

Add all dry ingredients to a food processor and process for 2 minutes. 

Add in wet ingredients (maple syrup, almond milk, cashew butter) and process for 2 more minutes.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and flatten out the mix. I used a cake pan  
2'' H x 13'' W x 9'' D 

Refrigerate for 1-1.5 hours and let it set before cutting into squares.

Store in an air tight container and refrigerate. These hold up for about a week in the refrigerator and about a month in the freezer (thaw out for a few minutes before eating!) 

Makes 24 servings!