It would be hard to believe the delicious treats are good for you but thanks for Funch Foods who have a huge range of delicious high protein powder ball mixes these are! Funch have been good enough to send me their newest product; the Salted Caramel protein ball powder mix. Who doesn’t Love salted caramel!? And some of the best combination to go with it? Chocolate, nuts, pecans, peanut butter, coffee… so I chose pecans as I love them too. I didn’t want to just made the ‘as per instructions’ mix though I wanted to get creative! But i certainly reserved some of the mix to use as per the directions to really try it out.
The new Salted caramel mix however, works a treat int he cookies! Replacing the bulk of flour that would be used its a healthy alternative and make the additions to it a breeze!
1c Funch salted caramel protein ball powder mix
45g Angas Park dried dates chopped
2tsp coconut magic coconut oil
20g pure maple
1/4c Almond Breezes almond milk
1tsp Heilala vanilla bean paste
1tbsp food to nourish maple cinnamon spread
35g pecans chopped (15-20whole)
2/3c wholemeal SR flour *
1. Set oven to 170 and line a baking tray
2. Chop your dates and combine in a cup with your maple and coconut oil. Heat for 30sex until coconut oil is melted. Add to your mini food processor the maple date mix and blend to make more paste like. Add in your nut spread, Milk and vanilla and blend to combine.
3. In a bowl add your try ingredients and add your maple date mix. Stir well and add your egg, stir well again.
4. roll out 15x biscuits and evenly position on your tray. (About 23g each) flatten the tops slightly and place on the oven to bake for 12minutes until golden.
5. Remove from oven and allow to cool before transferring to a cooling rack
*if using gluten free like spelt and not SR add 1tsp baking powder to mix