Protein ball with peanuts and raisins

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Innovative recipe and technology applied to create a unique ball shape with superior nutritional value.

This protein ball is packed with protein sourced from pea protein, making it ideal for support of your training goals, no matter your lifestyle, as protein contributes to muscle growth. Sweetened with date syrup and maple syrup it is the ultimate healthy snack.

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Innovative recipe and technology applied to create a unique ball shape with superior nutritional value. This protein ball is packed with protein sourced from pea protein, making it ideal for support of your training goals, no matter your lifestyle, as protein contributes to muscle growth. Sweetened with date syrup and maple syrup it is the ultimate healthy snack. The added peanuts and raisins offer additional health benefits and delicious flavor. Benefits of protein consumption:

  •  Improved brain function
  • Better immunity
  • Good metabolism
  • Muscle mass synthesis
  • Higher energy levels
  • Shorter recovery time
  • Easier wound recovery
  • Improved hormone function
  • Increased absorption of calcium
Consume 1 protein ball daily as a snack on the go or in between meals. Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight. Once opened consume within 24 hours. Suitable for vegetarians/vegans and gluten intolerant people. Why not mix things up from your regular bars and shakes – these little balls of nutrients are perfect for taking with you wherever you go, and you can enjoy them without derailing your diet.

Ingredients:

pea protein, date syrup, fiber, gluten-free oat flakes, fruit juice concentrate (pear, apple and grapes), raisins 6%, sunflower seed, cold pressed coconut oil, maple syrup, peanuts 3%, peanut butter, cocoa powder, cooking salt, aroma, caramel color.

Allergen information:Contain peanuts. May contain traces of sesame, nuts and soy

Nutritional value100 g/r
Energy1466 КЈ/349 kcal
Fat6.8g
of which saturates3.4g
Carbohydrates43 g
of which sugars30.4g
Fiber12.5 g
Proteins22.6g
Salt 0.40 g
Gluten<20 mg/kg
22.6g

"Proteins"


12.5g

"Fibers"


3.4g

"Saturated fats"


Oat flakes

Oat flakes are nutritious, versatile components of cereals, oatmeal and muesli. They contain important proteins, dietary fibers, vitamins and other nutrients that support good digestion and provide optimal health.

Extruded rice

Extrusion processing gives the option of reforming the rice flour into a precooked product that can be shaped. In this process, we can add potentially functional ingredients inside the rice body.

Raisins

Raisins are dried grapes rich in fructose and glucose. They contain certain antioxidants and are low in sodium and contain no cholesterol.

Caramel

Caramel is a unique ingredient derived from heating sugar. It has a bittersweet taste and is a great addition to desserts, porridges and baked goods.

Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds are a rich source of protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins and vitamin E. It also contains phytosterols which may contribute towards lower levels of blood cholesterol.

Maple

Maple is a tree which is tapped for sap, which is then boiled to produce maple syrup. It takes about 40 litres of sugar maple sap to make 1 litre of syrup. It is rich antioxidants, minerals and polyphenols.

Pea protein powder

Pea protein powder is made by extracting protein from peas. It’s mostly used to increase the protein content of different product is a great fit for any diet as its vegan and hypoallergenic. It can aid muscle growth, weight loss and heart health.

Date syrup

Date syrup is a delicious and healthy sugar replacement. It is rich in polyphenols which are powerful antioxidants and have antibacterial properties. The iron rich structure reduces the risk of developing anemia.

Coconut oil

Coconut oil is extracted from coconut and can be classified as "superfood". It is high in fatty acids that boost fat burning, provide the body and brain with quick energy, raise the good HDL cholesterol and thus, reducing heart disease risk.

Cocoa

Cocoa contains several minerals including calcium, copper, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc. All of these minerals are found in greater quantities in the cocoa powder than either the cocoa butter or cocoa liquor.