Bowl of variety of homemade protein balls made from Nestlé FITNESS® Oats & Honey


FITNESS Honey Granola Protein Balls

Make delicious energy boost balls with FITNESS® Granola Oats & Honey. With FITNESS® Granola Oats & Honey, dates, and almond purée.

Preparation Time
20 min
Cooking Time
0 min
Cooling Time
30 min
Skill Level
Serving Size


150 gFITNESS® Granola Oats & Honey
2 tbspAlmonds purée
50 gDates (stoned)
2 tspChia Seeds
1 handfulDried fruits (nuts, almonds, pistachios, etc.)
Grated coconut (optional topping)
Matcha powder (optional topping)
Amaranth seeds (optional topping)
Beet powder (optional topping)
Sesame seeds (optional topping)


  • Blend FITNESS® Granola Oats & Honey until it is reduced to powder.
  • Add the almond purée, the coarsely chopped dates, the honey and 3-4 tablespoons of water.
  • Mix again with a blender. You should be left with a sticky paste. If the preparation is too dry, add some more water.
  • Mix in the chia seeds to the preparation and some dried fruits for a crunchy texture.
  • Using your hands, roll the mixture into small balls of about 2cm and roll them in the selected toppings.
  • Refrigerate at least 30 minutes before tasting.
  • Protein balls can be kept fresh around 1 week in the refrigerator.

Bowl of variety of homemade protein balls made from Nestlé Fitness® Oats & Honey

FITNESS® Granola Balls

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