I’m taking a short break from my 7 Habits of Highly Effective Fat Loss Series to bring you…. Cake Pops. Yup, I was pretty sure you wouldn’t mind We’ll resume the series in the next post. Meanwhile, ProCakes Cake Pops have no added sugar, no gluten and oodles of protein, so have and enjoy!
I think this has to be the most creative thing I’ve done with ProCakes, ever. I mean, how awesome is this?
Have you heard of cake pops before? Just do a quick search on Pinterest and see what comes up. If you’re at all a cake fan, this is going to blow your mind. And the great news is that with ProCakes, it won’t blow your diet. Sign. Me. Up.
Not only are my little ProCake balls gluten free, with no sugar added and super amazingly cute, they taste so good!!!
Ooooh I’m so excited for this!!
For this project you’re going to need a cake pop baking set. There’s a way to make cake balls without the set, but i”m going to leave that for another post as it’s a pretty different process (that I admit I haven’t tried yet).
I made some adjustments to the ProCakes mix to make it more sweet and cake-like, but the macros and nutrient quality still stay pretty high.
Icing is an optional thing here.
Cake Pop Recipe
- 1 cup ProCakes High Protein Pancake Mix
- 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil (melted)
- 3 sachets of stevia
- 1/4 almond milk (or more if the batter seems too dry
Preheat oven to 350 and grease the cake pop pans liberally so they pop out easily.
Combine ingredients and bake for 12 to 15 minutes.
For the icing I simply mixed up plain greek yogurt, some stevia and a little vanilla extract, but it was rather drippy, so better to use as a dip I think.
Let me know what you think!!