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Protein Chocolate Treats: 3 Valentine's Day Recipes

If you're looking for the perfect Valentine's Day gift to surprise your fit sweetie, here it is. Make your own protein chocolates and display them in a box of your own design! Awww.

Is your significant other is a muscle-building, macro-counting, protein-loving beast (or beastess)? If the answer is yes, then a box of protein chocolates might just be the ticket to his or her heart!

Protein chocolates are fantastic because they're high in antioxidants, rich in fiber, and completely sugar-free. Also, did I mention they're delicious? Giving your loved one homemade protein chocolates in a homemade box is a great way to show him or her how much you care! I guarantee you'll be well rewarded for your hard work (wink)!

Be warned: Once your better half knows you know how to make them, you'll turn into a personal protein-chocolate-making factory! Don't have a fitness-bunny honey? Who cares! Make these and eat them yourself. They're so good you'll be glad you don't have to share. Here's how they're done:

Strawberry Protein-Filled Dark Chocolate Bites

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Chocolate Protein-Filled Dark Chocolate Cups


cocoa powder 1 tsbp

hulled hemp seeds 1 tbsp

coconut flour 1 tbsp

milk 1/4 cup

cocoa dark chocolate squares 4

  1. Melt two squares of chocolate.
  2. Once melted, divide the chocolate into 4 paper cupcake-tin liners. Use the chocolate to coat bottom and walls of the liners.
  3. Put liners in freezer for 20 minutes.
  4. For filling, mix together protein powders, cocoa powder, hemp seeds, coconut flour, and milk.
  5. Remove liners from freezer and fill them with protein filling.
  6. Melt the other two squares of chocolate and pour the melted chocolate on top of the filling.
  7. Put chocolates back into freezer for 20 minutes.
  8. Eat up!

Optional Additions

Be creative! Add some brandy if you want to make boozy chocolates, or some chili powder for that extra spicy oomph. Throw in some peanut butter, add cocoa nibs, or try using sunflower seeds. You can also try adding orange peel, dried coconut, or make vanilla filling by using vanilla casein and adding cinnamon. Unflavored casein blended with dates is another great-tasting option. These will be your signature chocolates, so go crazy!

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size (1 cup) recipe makes 4
Amount per serving
Calories 133
Total Fat 7 g
Total Carb 4.7 g
Protein 9.5 g

Dark Chocolate and Oat Protein Truffles


dates 1/4 cup dried

Vanilla protein 1/4 cup

water 1/4 cup

oats 1/8 cup

coconut flour 1 tbsp

cocoa dark squares 3 squares (30 gms)

  1. Mix together mulberries, protein powder, water, oats, and coconut flour and roll into 8 balls.
  2. Melt chocolate.
  3. Dip each ball into melted chocolate until completely covered.
  4. Top each truffle with cocoa or coconut and put them in the freezer for 30 minutes.
  5. When the chocolate hardens, you're done!
  6. Share with your sweetheart.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size (1) recipe makes 8
Amount per serving
Calories 45
Total Fat 1.3 g
Total Carb 2.9 g
Protein 4 g
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