Apple Pie Protein Balls

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It’s officially apple season! (The fruit, not the phone...) This means it’s time for your favorite fall recipes like these amazing apple pie protein balls!

Apple season is pretty exciting news for aggressively passionate apple fans. During apple season, I make it a goal to eat apples in every way possible, so to succeed, I’ve made these adorable apple pie protein balls that fuse fresh apples with plant protein from Sunwarrior’s Warrior Blend and fall flavors. What this means is that you, me… we can eat the taste of decadent apple pie in a good-for-us-guilt-free snack kinda way!

I’ve been pop, lock, and droppin’ these mini apple pie bites into my pie hole before a workout, after a workout, or whenever I saunter into my fridge to give me a pick-me-up boost of energy and yumminess.

Hope you enjoy

Apple Pie Protein Balls


  • 1 cup thinly sliced or chopped apple (color of your choice!)
  • 5 Medjool dates, pitted
  • 1 ½ cups rolled oats
  • 2 tablespoons Sunwarrior Warrior Blend vanilla protein
  • ¼ cup almond butter
  • ½–1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • A sprinkle of nutmeg
  • Pinch of sea salt
Total Time

Prep Time

10 min

  1. First, process only your Medjool dates in your food processor. (This will turn them into a yummy date paste!)
  2. Then, add the rest of your ingredients and process them until you turn the ingredients into a sand-like texture.
  3. Use a spoon or tablespoon measurement to scoop out some "sand" and roll it into balls!
  4. Store them covered in the fridge :-)
Apple Pie Protein Balls

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