Protein Ball Mix


    • Nutrition Facts
    • Serving size: 30g
    • Amount per 100gAmount per serving
    • Energy
    • kcal101.5 338.3
    • kJ424.8 1,416.0
    • Protein13.1 g43.7 g
    • Total Fat1.4 g4.7 g
    • Saturated Fat0.3 g1.0 g
    • Total Carbohydrate11.4 g38.0 g
    • Sugars2.5 g8.3 g
    • Dietary Fiber6.0 g20.0 g
    • Sodium8.3 mg27.7 mg

    INGREDIENTS: Bio-Fermented Sprouted Organic Brown Rice Protein, Whole Chia Seeds, Superfruit Juice Powder (Raspberry, Strawberry, Pomegranate, Elderberry, Blackcurrant, Blueberry and Cranberry Juice, Goji and Acai Puree, Tapioca Maltodextrin, Silicon Dioxide), Organic Cacao Nibs, Whole Goji Berries, Monk Fruit Extract.

    ALLERGEN STATEMENT: This product is packed in a facility that processes dairy (milk), nuts and peanuts, gluten containing cereals and soybeans and may therefore contain traces of these allergens.

    DIRECTIONS: See Below.

    Blended & Packed in Australia from 25% Australian Ingredients.

    Storage: Store in a Dry, Cool Place.

    Check out this link for detailed information regarding Country of Origin labelling requirements.



    What Makes a Perfect Protein Ball?

    • Obviously high protein, plant-based foods. Sprouted Brown Rice Protein or Pea Protein powder work well. Almond meal is another good protein base.
    • Chia Seeds – aside from being a good protein source themselves (17% protein by dry weight), they are an excellent “binding agent” for protein balls. Upon coming into contact with liquid, chia seeds develop a gel-like coating which acts as a binder.
    • Crushed nuts, seeds, cacao nibs, or bucknis not only add some nourishing fats but some crunchy texture.
    • A superfood powder for flavoring and natural sweetness – for example Raw Cacao powder, Acai, Maqui or Lucuma.
    • Whilst simply adding to water is the easiest option, using almond milk or coconut milk adds creaminess and some additional natural sweetness.

    How to Make

    The sample recipe below can be made by simply adding water or if preferred almond milk or coconut milk. Simply add enough liquid is added to a bowl of the Protein Ball Pre-Mix to enable it to be rolled in balls approximately 2.5cm in diameter.

    If a richer consistency is desired a portion of the added liquid could be in the form of coconut oil. Similarly if more sweetness is desired, rice syrup, coconut nectar, maple syrup or honey can be added to the mixing bowl.

    Finally, to decorate your Protein Balls roll in desiccated coconut, crushed nuts or pepitas, melted chocolate, matcha powder etc.

    Refrigerate for 30 minutes before consuming. Once rolled, store in an airtight container in fridge for up to 10 days.



    Protein Ball Mix Powder Density & Packaging Options

    Volume to Weight Ratio TBA



    Silica Sachet
    Silica Sachet is Optional.

    * We do not do label design or printing, though we can organise pre-printed pouches with a minimum order quantity of 10,000 units. You are welcome to ship your custom labels to us. The cost of filling and labelling your containers is free if you purchase your packaging through us. If you are organising your own packaging, you can ship it to us along with your labels, however there will be a packing/labelling fee per unit, which you can purchase here. Alternatively, you can simply order the bulk powder.

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