3 Delicious Chocolate Protein Recipes

If your significant other is into muscle-building, macro-counting and is a protein-loving beast or beastess then a box of protein chocolates might just be the ticket to his or her heart.

A lot of a good diet for the gym consists of lots of protein which would normally be obtained from meat etc. But there is other options when it comes to sweet treats as well.

Protein chocolates are brilliant as they are high in antioxidants, rich in fiber and completely sugar-free. They are also 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.

Once your better half knows you know how to make them, you will be relied upon to keep them in a fresh supply of protein chocolate. Don’t have a fitness fanatic? That doesn’t matter, make these and eat them yourself. They are so good, you’ll be glad you don’t have to share, here’s how to do them:

Strawberry Protein-Filled Dark Chocolate Bites

Very delicious chocolates.


  • 1/4 Cup of strawberry whey protein.
  • 1/4 Cup ground almonds.
  • 1/8 Cup coconut flour.
  • 1/4 Cup oats.
  • 1/2 Cup milk.
  • 5 (50g) Squares of cocoa dark chocolate.


  1. In a large bowl, mix the protein powder, ground almonds, coconut flour, oats and milk.
  2. Melt 2.5 squares of chocolate and divide it between 10 or 11 chocolate molds. If you don’t have chocolate molds, just use cupcake tin liners. Move the chocolate around the edges of the mold or liner so it covers the sides and doesn’t pile up at the bottom.
  3. Put the molds in the freezer for 20 minutes.
  4. Take the molds out of the freezer, the chocolate should have set on the bottom and sides of the mold, creating a chocolate case.
  5. Fill each mold with the protein mixture.
  6. Once each mold is filled, melt another 2.5 squares of dark chocolate and cover up the filling.
  7. Put the chocolates back in the freezer for 20 minutes.
  8. Take out the chocolates and enjoy.

Nutritional Info

Recipe makes 11 pieces of chocolate, serving size = 1.

Per serving: 69 Calories, 4g fat, 4g carbs and 3g of protein.

Chocolate Protein-Filled Dark Chocolate Cups

Delicious any time of the day.


  • 1/8 Cup of chocolate casein protein.
  • 1/8 Cup of chocolate hemp protein.
  • 1 tsbp of cocoa powder.
  • 1 Tbsp of hulled hemp seeds.
  • 1 Tbsp of coconut flour.
  • 1/4 Cup of milk.
  • 4 Cocoa dark chocolate squares.


  1. Melt two squares of chocolate.
  2. When they have melted, divide the chocolate into 4 paper cupcake-tin liners. Use the chocolate to coat the bottom and the walls of the liners.
  3. Put the liners in the freezer for 20 minutes.
  4. For filling, mix together protein powders, cocoa powder, hemp seeds, coconut flour and milk.
  5. Remove the liners from the 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 the freezer for 20 minutes.
  8. Enjoy.

Optional Creativity

Here’s where you can get creative, add in some brandy for some boozy chocolates or some chilli powder for an extra bit of spicy oomph. Throw in some peanut butter, add cocoa nibs or even 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 are your signature chocolates so go crazy!.

Nutritional Info

Recipe makes 4 servings, serving size is 1 cup. Per serving =

133 Calories, 7g fat, 4.7g of carbs and 9.5g of protein.

Dark Chocolate And Oat Protein Truffles

Yet another gorgeous snack that is still healthy.


  • 1/4 Cup dried dates.
  • 1/4 Cup of vanilla protein powder.
  • 1/4 Cup of water.
  • 1/8 Cup of oats.
  • 1 Tbsp of Coconut flour.
  • 3 Squares (30g) of cocoa dark squares.


  1. Mix together the dates, protein powder, water, oats and coconut flour and roll into 8 balls.
  2. Melt the chocolate.
  3. Dip each ball into the 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 chocolates harden, you are done.

Nutritional Info

The recipe make 8 servings, the following amounts are per 1 serving size:

45 Calories, 1.3g fat, 2.9g of carbs and 4g of protein.

All 3 of these high-protein chocolate recipes are delicious and won’t ruin your diet like a normal bar of chocolate can. Also check out this great link here for a diet that can work wonders in only 3 weeks.

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