Protein Ball Mix Chocolate + Chia plus Rice Syrup and Coconut Oil
Delicious chocolate flavoured protein ball!
Funch’s Chocolate + Chia Protein Ball Mix is a favourite for all the family. With no nuts, these nutrient dense snacks are great for school lunchboxes. Their stellar ingredient line-up makes them equally popular with adults, as they are packed with protein and loaded with antioxidants, wholefoods and fibre.
These delicious balls have been a key part of the Funch family from the very beginning, and whilst we have updated the name (from Cacao + Chia), the same delicious recipe has not changed.
These healthy treats are a great snack option as they have no added sugar, and contain only natural and organic wholefoods.
The Raw Pure Pea Protein that is totally clean and natural. It is vegan-friendly, highly digestible, dairy free, gluten free and cholesterol free. Read about the importance of protein in everybody’s diet here.
The Product Facts
Our Chocolate + Chia Protein Ball Mix: has no nuts, is a source of protein, no sugar added, no blender required, is vegan, dairy free, low in gluten, a source of energy, contain only wholefoods, with nothing artificial and there is no blender required.
What You Need
Our recipe is easy to follow. You have the choice of 3 options on the back of the packet including adding to the mix:
- water + rice syrup or honey,
- coconut oil + rice syrup or honey,
- dates + water or coconut oil
We recommend, for your rolling pleasure, that you wear plastic gloves… it makes the rolling of your balls so much easier! For your convenience, when you place your order online we will include a pair of plastic gloves with your delivery.
Made using the water + rice syrup recipe, Funch's balls rolled at 20g have 75 calories per ball.
Healthy Choices Classification
Made using the water + rice syrup recipe, Funch's balls rolled at 20g are classified as AMBER (which is the highest rating available for this style of product) for both the Healthy Choices Guidelines and the School Canteen and Other School Food Services Guidelines.