Healthy Peanut Butter Protein Bites

If your like me, sometimes you just need a sweet treat! Balancing between a healthy choice and satisfying a craving can be challenging. We are here to show you a way to do both. You will get a great source of protein in addition to a great energy boost for us busy moms that may need a pick me up in the afternoon.These Healthy Peanut Protein Bites could be the perfect solution



Healthy Peanut Butter Protein Bites

1 cup natural peanut butter or almond butter

2 scoops Vanilla Protein Powder( We used Arbonne)

1/3 Raw Unfiltered Honey

1/2 cup crushed Chex mix(optional) 


Mix all the ingredients together and roll into individual balls and place in the refrigerator. These Healthy Peanut Butter Protein Bites are simple, healthy and delicious! If you would like more information on the Protein we used by Arbonne click on this link. 

Be sure to use the raw, unfiltered honey for the amazing health benefits. Some people claim that raw local honey even offers relief from seasonal allergies? For more information on the health benefits of raw honey check our this article from Dr. Josh Axe Make sure to choose Peanut butter without sugar. We realize that peanut Butter does not work for everyone so feel free to substitute with almond butter(no added sugar).


This is the one I use.If you have any recipes you would like cleaned up send us the challenge! Be sure to leave comments below and share

any ideas. Share with your friends and subscribe for our FREE E-Book, updates and the latest blog posts!

To Your Health,

Jenay Green

Would you like Healthy Snack Ideas?

Would you like healthy snack ideas?

would you like healthy snack ideasIf you are like me then you are always looking for healthy snack ideas. As a personal trainer I have diligently sought out the tastiest healthy snacks for myself and clients.

The reason I am calling them snacks instead of meals, is because I find it more beneficial for my health and waistline to eat smaller portions. I prefer the healthy snacks to be as close to the way God created them as possible.

We all know fresh fruits and veggies are the healthiest snacks but may need ideas on ways to incorporate them. I like to make my own trail mix by adding raw nuts in a baggie with sea salt and some dried fruit for that salt and sweet mixture.Think small portions. Whatever you put in the bag you will most likley finish.

I also love chocolate and I have found a bar called Endangered species dark chocolate
that is sweetened with filtered beet sugar. I will either take a couple of squares along with some strawberries or some other fruit or add this to my trail mix.

Another healthy snack I enjoy is a called a larabar and the coconut cream pie has only 6 ingredients with no added sugar.Another one I love is kale chips. I make these myself. Take the kale,wash it and toss in a big mixing bowl with sea salt and olive oil then put on a baking sheet for around 15 minutes at 375. Play with time and temperature according to the way you like it..

My favorite healthy snacks are made with the a high powered blender. You can be creative and have fun. I use almond milk(unsweetened vanilla) as a base. Kale or spinach works really well for a green veggie. I usually ad a half of a frozen banana, 2 tablespoons of organic flaxseed, some berries,and a half of an avocado. I no longer use a nutri-bullet but this video will give you the basic idea.

Another great healthy snack idea I love is the Greens plus energy bars.When I had my health club these were a favorite with my clients. Another snack I enjoy is hummus with raw veggies. These are some of my favorite healthy snack ideas.

If you found any of these healthy snack ideas helpful please be sure to leave a comment. To your health!

Jenay Green


error: Content is protected !!
Malcare WordPress Security