Bacon and Cabbage Frittata paint

Everybody loves chocolate – mmm! – specially when it’s guilt-free and healthy. These delicious little truffles are a perfect nutrient dense snack and a fantastic pick-me-up if you start fading during the day. They also make a scrumptious after-dinner sweet treat to satisfy those sneaky cravings but want to steer clear of unhealthy options.

We are launching our Sports Nutrition Course  February 2018 and I have being very busy in our Taste Health Kitchen developing tasty and wholesome recipes designed for performance and weight control.

Please try these little protein balls – just a sample of the many recipes that will come with the course. Loaded with anti-oxidants, they provide vitality boosting benefits and top-notch protein, fibre, carbs and fats. Store in the fridge in an air-tight container up to a month.

Makes 18 -20


  1. Put Brazil nuts in a food processor and then pulse to a fine crumb. Add the remaining ingredients and continue to process until the mixture starts to come together like a dough.
  2. Use your hands to form small walnut size balls. Place in fridge for 30 minutes.
  3. Using a small sieve, dust them with cacao /cocoa powder.

Maggie's Tips

  • Most types of nuts would work well.
  • Add a scoop of your favourite green power if you are in training.