33 Calorie Double Chocolate Fudge Protein Truffles | Healthy Christmas Dessert Recipe

December 24, 2017

 

Merry ALMOST Christmas! The holiday season came so fast this year. Thank you to everyone who downloaded my 12 Days of Toning Holiday Fitness Guide. I was blown away by how many of you participated in the challenge! If you haven't downloaded your free copy of the guide yet, you can CLICK HERE and get yours now. Even though the challenge dates have passed, you can still start the bodyweight only workout plan and make the healthy recipes any time.

 

CLICK HERE to download the 12 Days of Toning Holiday Fitness Guide!

 

 

These Double Chocolate Fudge Protein Truffles were one of the recipes included in the guide, but I wanted to share about them in a blog post too because they are to DIE for. And: they are only 33 calories each. Um, yes please!

 

I know the holidays can be tough when it comes to making healthy choices and sticking to a clean diet, I do believe in balance and allowing yourself to indulge a little bit on the foods you love. After all, Christmas only comes once a year - so don't pass up your Grandma's favorite homemade Christmas cookies because you are afraid of "gaining weight." The reality is: ONE Christmas cookie is not going to make you gain weight. However: 8 Christmas cookies every day for a week might. Everything in moderation!

 

I am always THAT family member that brings the protein balls and veggie tray to family Christmas. It makes a WORLD of a difference just to have healthy options readily available at a big dinner gathering. These Double Chocolate Fudge Protein Truffles are the perfect healthy holiday dessert option because 1. they taste just as good as a regular fudge ball and 2. they are made from clean, simple ingredients and are MUCH lower in calories, fat, and sugar than the originals.

 

These truffles use powdered peanut butter in place of regular creamy peanut butter. I use a lot of powdered peanut butter in my recipes because it is 1/3 of the calories and fat in regular peanut butter, but still tastes delicious! I love Betterbody Foods' PBFit - it is my absolute FAVORITE brand because it is high in protein and low in sugar. You can use the code "FITBRUNETTE" to get 10% off your order on www.betterbodyfoods.com if you want to try it out. I also used Betterbody Foods brand organic coconut flour in these truffles. 

 

One of the best things about these truffles: they only take 15 minutes to make. They are seriously SO easy. Pretty much all you have to do is throw the ingredients in a bowl, mix them up, and roll them into balls. That's it! I like to keep mine in the freezer because it makes them taste even more like cookie dough. Check out the recipe below!

 

CLICK HERE to view: HEALTHY HOLIDAY HACKS from Thanksgiving (yes, they apply to Christmas dinners too)!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 What are some of your favorite Christmas traditions or treats? Leave them in the comments below. I want to hear from you! 

 

Head over to my Instagram account @samanthabowers_ for more healthy recipes, workouts, and fitness tips. If you try this recipe, snap a photo and tag me! I love to repost your healthy creations on my IG stories.

 

 

 

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