Strawberry Soya Protein Balls with Chia Seeds | © 2013 |

These protein dessert balls are made of fresh berries, soya protein, almonds and chia seeds. If you are not keen on consuming soy protein isolate, rice, pea, or whey protein are just as good. I love covering them with chia seeds for the extra delicious crunch and earthy look. Go for the white chocolate coating if you have a sweet tooth.

  • 125 g Strawberries
  • 75 g Blueberries
  • 1 tbsp Chia seeds
  • 125 g Almonds, toasted and ground
  • 2-3 tbsp Soya protein isolate, strawberry flavour
  • 50 g Almond slices, roughly chopped
  • 50 g Chia seeds for coating
  • 200 g White chocolate couverture
  1. Puree the berries and mix with chia seeds, ground almonds, soya protein and roughly chopped almond slices in a bowl.
  2. Shape the mixture into balls. Cover with a plastic film and refrigerate for an hour.
  3. Melt the white chocolate couverture over a pot of hot water. Roll the balls with chia seeds. Or dip with the melted white chocolate. | © 2013 | | © 2013 |


Catherine 19/4/13 07:15

Dear Angie, Those look both delicious and beautiful. Have a nice weekend. Blessings and hugs, Catherine xo

Vicki Bensinger 19/4/13 07:22

Angie I if d your recipes always so interesting and creative. I don't recall tryi g chia seeds but need to check those out. I can't imagi e what this tastes like but can't wait to try it. This could have been a great treat for Easter - they look like eggs.

Rosa's Yummy Yums 19/4/13 08:35

Lovely! That is one wonderfully healthy treat.



Anonymous 19/4/13 08:58

Absolutely gorgeous Angie!
:-) Mandy xo

Lenia 19/4/13 09:51

I love that you use so many healthy ingredients and create such yummy recipes!You prove that healthy eating does not have to be dull and insipid!Congratulations,dear Angie!
Have a lovely weekend!

Anne Regalado 19/4/13 10:39

Another delicious and healthy treats , Angie ! They look pretty as well :D

Mich Piece of Cake 19/4/13 11:40

these are a lovely and healthy snack. I love the colour, very attractive.

Belinda 19/4/13 11:57

Looks so flavorful, you'd almost forget how healthy this is!

Vimitha Anand 19/4/13 13:37

Wow so healthy.. will try soon

What's Baking?? 19/4/13 13:51

cute and interesting recipe.

Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today 19/4/13 14:18

I have a sweet tooth and I could eat it through the monitor :)

Tze @ Awayofmind 19/4/13 14:31

Angie, I'll love the version with white chocolate coating! Thanks for this dessert balls!

Susan 19/4/13 16:04

Oh my! These look delicious and so healthy, XOXO

kitchen flavours 19/4/13 16:45

Delightful healthy treats! Wonderful combination of ingredients!

Koko 19/4/13 17:25

So cute!! These look great, I would try making these with a brown rice protein!

Rita Bose 19/4/13 18:35

Looks really yummy!! Wonderful balls,Angie!! :)

Finla 19/4/13 18:41

Really healthy, i have been using chia seeds daily now .

vrinda 19/4/13 19:27

Another interesting recipe with chia seeds,healthy n delicious balls,lovely clicks

Mr. & Mrs. P 19/4/13 20:21

These looks really interesting. Last weekend we were in Whole foods and almost bought chia seeds..Will make this when we get them.

Asmita 19/4/13 21:12

These look incredible! Great idea!

Anonymous 19/4/13 21:35

Yum, what a healthy cute little treat! Another creative idea as usual :) Have a great weekend!

Guru Uru 19/4/13 21:45

Such a healthy creative and delicious treat :)

Choc Chip Uru

Divya Pramil 19/4/13 22:16

Angie, those balls look divine and sounds so delicious!!! Lovely lovely clicks there!! :)

Priya Suresh 19/4/13 22:24

Nutritious balls, cant ask more.

Rebecca Subbiah 19/4/13 23:18

very creative ) are you a recipe developer :-)

Sangeetha M 20/4/13 00:19

lovely combo, very interesting too..healthy and delicious balls...stunning pics there!

Liz Berg 20/4/13 01:03

So pretty, Angie! And I love having a sweet treat that won't drop my blood sugar...a nice dose of protein sure helps! Wish I had some in my kitchen :)

Rosita Vargas 20/4/13 01:39

Se ven irresistible estos bolos.... me encanta la chía la consumo a diario en forma natural muy muy rico,abrazos y abrazos

Tessa 20/4/13 01:43

What beautiful little treats!

Jasna Varcakovic 20/4/13 03:31

Beautiful looking balls, with great ingredients! All your recipes are so are your photos.

foodtravelandwine 20/4/13 03:31

I love it!!.....I want to eat them right now!!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

Lite Home Bake 20/4/13 03:59

These are really cute :) And the plus point is they are healthy!

Munatycooking 20/4/13 04:51

Delicious! I've never had it before but I'm sure it tastes great. Have a good weekend dear :)

jehanne@thecookingdoctor 20/4/13 06:30

Just the other day someone asked me what to do with chia seeds, and my mind went blank! I should direct her to this post, everything looks so wonderful Angie!

Medeja 20/4/13 06:44

They sound so nice.. And especially covered in that white chocolate :)

Ivy 20/4/13 11:59

I have to google search what chia seeds are but definitely sounds like a very healthy dessert!

Joanne 20/4/13 13:13

Love that these are good for you but still taste indulgent! The perfect sweet treat!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 20/4/13 13:54

A very healthy sweet and sound so special !

Ridwan@Riceandcoconut 20/4/13 14:31

Adorable and interesting recipe,looks beautiful and yummy ofcource :)

My Little Space 20/4/13 14:59

These strawberry balls look amazing. Oooo...I am salivating. Wish that I stay nearer. :o)
Hope you're having a lovely weekend dear.

Mother Rimmy 20/4/13 16:08

I don't think I could stop at just a few of these. The white chocolate gets me every time - love the stuff!

Fimère 20/4/13 16:43

une réalisation des plus alléchantes, bravo
bonne journée

Kathy 20/4/13 17:26

Angie, These protein balls sound fabulous! I have to try some chia seeds.

The Café Sucré Farine 20/4/13 17:38

What a unique and beautiful treat Angie, I love that deep red color with the white chooclate!

Patty Price 20/4/13 18:11

I would love a few of these in my golf bag today!!! Just the right amount for a quick energy snack;-)

lena 20/4/13 19:42

i think this is such a lovely creation!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 20/4/13 22:41

You make healthy eating so much fun, Angie! These are not only cute but they sound delicious too.

Amanda 21/4/13 08:33

looks delicious, as always! and they remind me of cake balls, but much healthier!

CaThY 21/4/13 08:52

Very interesting combination. Looks delicious too :)

Beth 21/4/13 12:52

Hard to believe something so healthy could be so pretty!

curly purplepig 21/4/13 13:05

wow, this looks good and interesting!

Jeannie Tay 21/4/13 13:54

First time I am seeing this kind of dessert, looks interestng and I am curious about the taste.

Barbara 21/4/13 14:38

So interesting a dessert, Angie. I love the way you presented them with whole strawberries, giving a hint as to the ingredients.

mjskit 21/4/13 18:25

I was really surprised to see that you used fresh fruit instead of dried. The fresh fruit definitely makes these bites much more appealing to me. I would assume that they don't keep very long because of it, but I doubt that's much of a problem. :) It certainly wouldn't take us long to eat these!

Anonymous 21/4/13 20:23

Gosh, i really hope i can access those ingredients.....
btw what is the brand for your soya protein???

Angie Schneider 21/4/13 20:32

@dentistvschef PNC-Europe Soy Isolat from Amazon.

Gloria Baker 21/4/13 20:32

These is amszing Angie and love your idea of use soya protein sounds so good I have to search here:)

Gloria Baker 21/4/13 20:34

Soya protein come in powder Angie because I kmow milk soya too!

Jenn Kendall 21/4/13 23:56

these sound like healthy but super delicious little treats!! YUM!

Elisabeth Foodandthrift 22/4/13 03:41

Such amazing little power protein balls, Angie. Love the strawberry filling and the white chocolate coating. Photos are always!

Barb Bamber 22/4/13 03:45

It's wonderful to have a recipe like this that is both healthful.. and pretty! They look like a real treat!

Natalie G 22/4/13 03:47

Great little snacks and I love that they have protein in them! I bet they taste delicious.

Amy Jo 22/4/13 04:18

Whoa...these look gorgeous!

The Yum List 22/4/13 04:25

Oh my, I let out a little whimper of delight when I saw you pic! I would love one or two with my coffee right now.

Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 22/4/13 08:25

I've heard of chia seeds but have never tasted them. Your creation of this sweet is unique!

Amy 22/4/13 08:33

Genius recipe! What a great way to enjoy a treat and get more energy at the same time. I love them!

Alida 22/4/13 12:52

You are getting more and more inventive dear Angie. This is very interesting and so well presented. I love it X

Hema 22/4/13 14:36

Looks super delicious, especially the ones coated with the white chocolate..

Pam 22/4/13 17:31

I've never had something like this before - they look & sound great.

Nisa Homey 22/4/13 18:46

Whoa, these looks your innovative recipes.

Gwen 22/4/13 21:24

Oh my goodness! This is right up my ally! I can't wait to try these little guys.

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 22/4/13 22:23

So so cool Angie, these look so delicious but quite healthy. Love the chia seeds on the outside too.

Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 23/4/13 00:35

These would be the perfect snack for me--I love the flavor of strawberries!

Ilke 23/4/13 02:03

It is really interesting, chia seems to be the super food. Have not had it yet. Looks tempting under white chocolate :)

Norma Chang 23/4/13 02:05

A very healthy snack indeed.

Reeni Pisano 23/4/13 02:55

What pretty truffles Angie! A bonus that they're filled with stuff that is good for us! Irresistible.

Velva 23/4/13 03:02

Oh wow, what a great way to enjoy this treat. I have been hearing a lot lately about chia seeds.


mykitchenstove 23/4/13 05:42

Healthy and delicious treats!!

EA 23/4/13 07:20

Yum! I'd love to try these with whey protein. In fact, I'd like one right now :-)

Katerina 23/4/13 08:44

They are so cute little treats!

Gourmantine 23/4/13 11:11

These are brilliant, perfect post work out and all day long snacks!

Ann@Anncoo Journal 23/4/13 12:14

Angie, you always make the best sweet treats! Look so perfect and healthy!

Claudia 23/4/13 14:17

I've been seeing chia seeds pop up more and more in recipes. This is one unique, delicious treat. We've been doing spring eating even though it is still winter - in prep for the spring. This fits the bill - healthy, spring and lovely.

My Kitchen Stories. 23/4/13 14:47

Wow Angie, these look very healthy delicious and good. I'd like to try one.

teresa 23/4/13 22:13

mmm, this looks like something i would buy at trader joe's!

Kiran @ 24/4/13 03:56

Won't be able to stop popping a few of this deliciousness! And it's healthy too!!

Dawn Yucuis 24/4/13 04:23

Wow! These look terrific and sound yummy!

Juliana 24/4/13 19:42

So interesting these the flavor and the ingredients in it...I would love to get a hold of this treats.
Hope you are having wonderful week :)

Spicie Foodie 24/4/13 19:55

I have never used soy protein but it does sound interesting. Your dessert balls have me craving a few right now. Thanks for sharing Angie!:)

Erica 24/4/13 23:06

Wow!!! These are so cute , healthy and they sound delicious,Angie! What a great treat!

Gerry @Foodness Gracious 25/4/13 03:05

I'm a white chocolate lover and these little nuggets look and sound amazeballs!!

Abbe@This is How I Cook 25/4/13 06:11

Angie, you are so creative. These look tasty and fun!

Amelia 25/4/13 16:55

Hi Angie, this dessert balls look awesome. You're very creative. Nice presentation.

Have a wonderful week ahead.

Caroline - All That I'm Eating 25/4/13 17:13

These sound so interesting, never tried anything like them!

Gourmet Getaways 26/4/13 03:12

Oh wow!! These look so special, I would love to try these! I hope the kids like them too! Healthy and tasty.

Your photos are always so gorgeous!

Cass @foodmyfriend 29/4/13 04:10

Whenever I leave the gym, they are advertising a new protein ball and they always look so dry and horrible. These look incredible. I am willing to bet that they would taste amazing as well. Could I freeze them?

Angie Schneider 29/4/13 06:12

@Cass @foodmyfriend Thanks, Cass. I haven't tried freezing them, but it shouldn't be a problem to store them in the freezer before applying the coating.

Kitcheninspirations 30/4/13 19:21

Super healthy and then there is the lovely white chocolate coating giving you just a pinch of sinfulness.

Mary Moh 1/5/13 09:38

A very healthy truffle :D I can eat them without guilt.....hehe

Choclette 3/5/13 12:22

No idea what soya protein is, but these look wonderful. With my sweet tooth, I like the idea of white chocolate, but I'm particularly taken with your chia coating - lovely.

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 6/5/13 03:05

How pretty are these Angie...what a wonderful creation and a healthy bite to boot too! Love this idea.

Anonymous 11/6/13 12:06

Hello Angie!

I made these beauties & loved them so much! They were utterly delicious! :) xxxx


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