What are sweet cravings? And how does it feel when you can’t intake any sweet or sweet dishes?
Fitness lovers understand that better than we, especially after a workout. Remember those days, when I started dieting and workout, I couldn’t even hear the name of any sweet dishes. I was highly restricted from touching any sweet dished, let alone test once. And after working out, I was feeling too low. Glad I overcome those days, and surprisingly Herbalife has a great contribution to my life.
One of my workout friends suggested Herbalife products and gave me the Herbalife protein balls recipe. She already faced this problem, and Herbalife helped her too. So I wanted to try it, and luckily it worked for me too. I made those protein balls and continued eating for a few days; the result was amazing.
Not only the sweet cravings are gone, but I was losing weight too fast. Because it was a perfect meal replacement that kept me full for a long time and satisfied my sweet tooth as a sweetener.
The recipe was very easy as like the protein waffle recipe, and the result was tasty. So would you like to add Herbalife protein balls to your diet? Trust me, it will make your weight loss journey easier without letting you feel the absence of delicious foods.
Scroll down and learn how to make Herbalife protein balls with me in a few simple steps.
Why Should You Try Herbalife Protein Balls
Herbalife protein ball is a healthier alternative to the traditional protein bars, containing high amounts of sugar and unhealthy fats. These protein balls are low-calorie, low-carbohydrate, high-protein snacks that taste great and make you feel great. Apart from snacks, you can also have them as a quick pick-me-up or as a post-workout meal.
These protein balls are made with health beneficial ingredints like granola/oats, peanut butter, flaxseed, chia seed, cinnamon, chocolate cookie to increase the taste, and many more. Plus, you don’t need to add any sugar or artificial additives. So they’re ideal for people looking to improve their overall diet without sacrificing flavor or nutrition.
These balls are rich in antioxidants, enzymes, protein, etc., that help you in weight loss, improved cognitive function, decreased inflammation, and better sleep. And the best part is you can take them wherever you go – even on the go and eat them anytime without any preparation. Simply pop one into your mouth before breakfast or anytime during the day for quick and convenient nutritional support.
How to Store Herbalife Protein Balls
These Herbalife protein balls are storable, but as they are made with sensitive ingredients, you can’t store them just in an air-tight container like other protein balls.
You have to store them by keeping them in the fridge. You can keep and eat the Herbalife protein balls by keeping them in the refrigerator till upto one week in a bowl or on the tray we just kept till now. But for more time, you must keep them in a sealable glass jar or airtight container and put all the protein balls in it. Seal properly and store it in the freezer for up to one month.
Tips and Tricks
- Best to use Granola, but if you don’t have it, use rolled oats.
- Avoid using a spoon or whisker to mix; you don’t have to break the ingredients; just gently mix them up.
- If the mixture is dry, add one teaspoon of peanut butter or honey, it will help to bind the balls properly.
The protein ball is a perfect healthy snack for people on the go. You can eat it anytime and anywhere, even if you’re traveling. There are many different ways to make energy balls, but protein balls made with Herbalife formula are richer with Herbalife nutrition. They taste delicious and healthy as well.
So if you are on a diet or want a healthy snack, you should definitely try the Herbalife protein balls. It will satisfy your hunger and cravings both. So, follow the Herbalife protein balls recipe I have shared above and make them at home just in a few minutes.
Last Updated on December 27, 2022 by Eleanor
Lindsay G. Cabral is a recipe blogger who specializes in vegan and gluten-free recipes. Lindsay has been blogging since 2012, and her recipes have been featured on popular websites such as Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, and The Kitchn. In addition to her blog, Lindsay is also the author of two cookbooks, Vegan Yum Yum and Vegan Yum Yum for All Occasions. When she's not in the kitchen, Lindsay enjoys spending time with her husband and two young daughters.