Vegan Matcha Protein Truffles

Paleo, Vegan and Sugar Free

I’m all about the superfoods, and these bad boys are packed with them! I’m convinced the more I eat, I get closer and closer to becoming a super hero, right?!

These babies check off all the boxes— they are paleo, vegan, gluten free and sugar-free, which makes them the perfect afternoon pick-me-up that will cure that chocolate craving or even act as a pre-workout energy boost. I’ve perfected the recipe, so the matcha does not taste “too green” or like dirt.

Here’s a quick rundown on our key players here:

Matcha. Matcha is the queen bee of superfoods: 100 percent pure organic green tea leaves ground into powder. It contains up to 137 times the antioxidants of regular green tea, and is a great metabolic and energy boost.

Coconut oil. Ahhh, hello weight-loss-friendly fat. Yes, fat can be your friend! It contains a unique combination of fatty acids with powerful positive effects on metabolism. It’s also a great energy source, too.

Lacuma powder. Not only is this guy high in beta-carotene and iron, it’s also a sugar-free natural sweetener that has crazy delicious caramel vibes.

Vegan Matcha Protein Truffles



For the Balls
4 tbs coconut oil
1.5 tbs matcha powder
3/4 cup apple sauce
1 cup vanilla vegan pea protein
1/2 cup desiccated coconut
1 tbs lacuma
1/4 cashew butter
2 tbs water

For the Chocolate
2 tbs coconut oil
4 tbs cacao powder

Vegan Matcha Protein Truffles

1. Combine all dry ingredients for the balls in a bowl
2. Add coconut oil, apple sauce, cashew butter and water. Fold until a dough-like mix is formed.
3. Roll into balls about one inch or so big.
4. Place balls on a plate in the fridge.

Now for the chocolate coating!
1. Melt the coconut oil over a low heat, place in a ramekin.
2. Add cacao powder and mix until a melted chocolate consistency is formed.
3. Take balls from fridge, one at a time dip in the chocolate mix, place on plate top with a pinch of desiccated coconut and matcha powder.
4. Keep in an air-tight container in the fridge. Too easy!

Vegan Matcha Protein Truffles

Nutritional information per serving
Serves: 15
Calories per serving: 130
Carbs: 7g
Fat: 8g
Protein: 9g
Sugar: 2g

Bec Donlan

Bec Donlan, founder of Sweat with Bec, is a personal trainer, holistic coach, food fanatic if not somewhat nutrition obsessed.

From one on one training and clean eating recipes to training accessories. Bec has created an all encompassing lifestyle change with sass. It's about looking your best and becoming the best version of yourself, without feeling deprived.

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