09 March 2021 (updated)

Pumpkin Pie Protein Bombs Recipe: A Nutritious Delicious Indulgence

Looking for a nutritious snack that's both filling and delicious while you want to keep on track with your weight loss? Indulge your sweet tooth with this delicious pumpkin pie protein bombs recipe.

Pumpkin Pie Protein Bombs: The Inspiration We

We are coming up on the season of sweets! From Halloween to the New Year, it seems like the temptations and treats are EVERYWHERE! If you are anything like me, you don't want to miss out on seasonal snacks...but indulging a little too much doesn't seem to flatter all of those fall fitness goals. This simple pumpkin pie protein bomb recipe sits nicely in your fridge for a go-to grab when those cravings hit. All you need for this homemade delight is:

  • one pumpkin to your taste
  • Maple Syrup or Agave
  • Sunflower Butter
  • Peanut Butter
  • Steel Cut Oats
  • Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Pie Spice, sea salt, cinnamon, stevia mixture OR chopped nuts
  • Vanilla Protein Powder

A little pumpkin, a little protein...just in time for fall, but a great treat through the holidays too. Just because you’re eating cleaner, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the pumpkin flavor craze. Since an average slice of pumpkin pie comes in over 320 calories, these bite-size wonders are the bomb: With cleaner ingredients, this pumpkin pie protein bomb recipe comes in nearly 50 calories less per serving! 

I crafted this full flavor pumpkin pie protein bombs recipe so you can enjoy it as a pre/post-workout snack or a healthy option to nibble with your morning coffee. Don’t worry, the kids will love them too!

Pumpkin Pie Protein Bombs Recipe

Pumpkin Pie Protein Bombs Recipe

A delicious, nutritious pick-me up! Great pre or post-workout snack.

5 from 2 votes


VORBEREITUNGSDAUER

5 mins

ZUBEREITUNGSDAUER

a few seconds

GESAMTDAUER

20 mins





KURS

Snack

KÜCHE

American

PORTIONEN

24 people

KALORIEN

101.0 kcal

ZUTATEN

  • 3

    Tbsp

    pure pumpkin puree

  • 3

    Tbsp

    maple syrup or agave

  • 1/2

    cup

    peanut butter

    or nut butter of choice

  • 1/2

    cup

    sunflower butter

  • 2

    scoops

    vanilla protein powder

  • 1/2

    cup

    steel-cut oats

  • 1 1/2

    tbsp

    Trader Joe's pumpkin pie spice

  • equal blend salt, stevia, cinnamon OR crushed nuts (for topping)

ZUBEREITUNG

  • Pumpkin Pie Protein Bombs Recipe

    1. Mix wet ingredients.

      Combine all the wet ingredients in a bowl, and mix well. (These are the first 4)

    2. Mix dry ingredients.

      Incorporate dry ingredients until all are combined.

    3. Chill.

      Chill in the fridge for 10-15 minutes.

    4. Mix topping.

      Mix topping ingredients and set aside.

    5. Shape.

      Use a spoon or melon ball scoop to shape bombs.

    6. Chill.

      Chill bombs.

    7. Roll.

      Roll in topping mixture.

    8. Store.

      Store in an airtight container lined with parchment paper so they don’t stick together. Keep them in the fridge and enjoy!

ERNÄHRUNG

Kalorien:

101.0 kcal

Kohlenhydrate:

6.8 g

Fett:

6.5 g

Proteine:

5.5 g

Portionsgröße:

1

Portionseinheit:

bite

Natrium:

69.0 mg

Bon Appetit!

What are your favorite pumpkin meals? Did you already try out this pumpkin pie protein bomb recipe? What did you think? Be sure to share and tell your friends and family on FamilyApp!



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