Christmas Pudding Protein Balls

christmas protein pudding balls

Introducing our Christmas Pudding Protein Balls – a delightful fusion of wholesome ingredients! Made with pitted Medjool dates, raisins, vanilla protein powder, pecans, and a burst of fresh orange flavor, these 12 bite-sized treats are the perfect balance of festive and nutritious.

With a touch of cinnamon, allspice, and a drizzle of white chocolate, they’re as delightful to look at as they are to taste. Decorate with cranberry and pumpkin seed accents for that extra holiday charm. Keep them chilled and savor these delightful bites for up to 4 days. Enjoy the spirit of the season in every bite!

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Recipe for Christmas Pudding Protein Balls

  • Dessert
Diet Type:
  • Low Calorie

1 cup (175g) pitted medjool
½ cup (80g) raisins
4 tbsp. vanilla protein powder
½ cup (60g) pecans
1 tbsp. orange juice, freshsqueezed
+ 1 tsp. orange zest
½ tsp. ground cinnamon
¼ tsp. ground allspice
1 tbsp. cocoa powder

½ tbsp. dried cranberries
¼ cup (40g) white chocolate chips (traditional, diary-free or vegan)
1 tbsp. pumpkin seeds


Place the dates, raisins, protein powder, pecans, orange juice, orange zest, cinnamon, allspice and cocoa powder in a food processor and blitz until smooth.

Roll the dough into 12 balls, place on a tray and chill for 30 minutes in the refrigerator.

Cut the dried cranberries into thirds, then roll in your fingers to form balls for berry decorations.

Melt the white chocolate and pour a little over each of the balls pushing the chocolate outwards so that it drips down the side of the ball.

Place 2 cranberry balls and 2 pumpkin seeds on top of the chocolate to decorate.

Place the balls on a tray and refrigerate for 20 minutes allowing the chocolate to harden.

Store the balls in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.

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