Strawberry Shortcake Protein Truffles

I wub da twuffles. Strawberry Shortcake protein truffles!!! Can’t get enough of theeeese. Perfect midday snackie. I feel like I’ve not been able to share as much of my food lately ;[ I’m sorry. These crutches just wipe me out by the end of the day… So exhausting to be shuffling around the kitchen so my meals are basic.

But yeah. Definitely keeping calories the same even though I can’t workout because I wanna be properly fed to heeeeeal! I’ve been making sure to get lots of Vitamin D and Calcium!!! I’ve always focused on using food to make you feel great – I can always feel the difference. But now that I’m trying to heal a broken foot, I’m taking it veryyyyy seriously. I completely believe that good food should be our primary form of medicine – injuries, mental illnesses, any health issues can benefit when you’re getting the right nutrients. For healing bones, Vitamin D and Calcium are the VIPs of all nutrients!!! Soooo I’ve been stocking up on specific foods!! For Vitamin D: oily fish such as salmon, swordfish, herring, and canned tuna. Sunlight is the best source but it’s kinda grey and cold out so… Wompwomp. For Calcium: dairy products (greek yogurt), almonds & almond milk, soy products (tofu); and cruciferous vegetables (broccoli & kale). BONUS VITAMIN – Vitamin K: leafy vegetables, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and cauliflower. There are other food sources that contain large amounts of these nutrients but these are the foods I like & choose to use as my medicine. Anybody else have “medicine” they use?? Let food be thy medicine.

10963797_952071448167267_272077376_nStrawberry Shortcake Protein Truffles

Makes: 6 truffles (2 servings)

  • 1 scoop strawberry milkshake cellucor protein powder
  • 2 TBSP coconut flour
  • 2 TBSP coconut butter (I used white chocolate sweet spreads)
  • 3 TBSP unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 stevia packet
  • 2 oz sugar free white chocolate (I used amberlyn chocolates)

Mix everything except for the sugar free chocolate in a bowl!! Roll into 6 balls. Melt 2 oz sugar free white chocolate (or preferred chocolate) in the microwave for 1:30-2:00 minutes. Roll your truffles in the melted chocolate. Place in the fridge for 15 mins to harden, then eat!! Can keep in fridge or on the counter in a cool location.

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  1. sarahNo Gravatar says:

    Hiii kim , I adore you. I was in crutches a couple years ago for like 11 weeks, and I’m really thinking of you right now – praying for a speedy and easy recovery for you chick <3.

    So really wanna make these cos truffles. May I ask how many tbsps of pro powder I should use ? I've lost my scoop and they're all different sizes.

    • KimNo Gravatar says:

      Thank you so so much. <3 I go for a check up this week to see how it's healing! Fingers crossed.

      Use 3 tbsp. :) - if you have a scale it should be 15-17 g!

      • sarahNo Gravatar says:

        Oh I’m crossing everything for you. Remain positive and remember this injury is just a lil’ blip in the grande scheme of things <3.

        I've made these truffles with cherry bakewell and strawberry milkshake whey…they soo gewd.
        And I want to take a min to thank you ENDLEeeSLY for your blog, insta and all the amazing work you put into things! I've made so many things and done your workouts, I think I'm addicted :D

        • KimNo Gravatar says:

          Eeee thank you! :) I realized that tomorrow marks 4 weeks already since it happened, so I’m feeling pretty optimistic that the end portion of healing will go by quick!

          Ahhh nom! Thank you thank you!!<3 It means so much to me to hear kind words.

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