Herbalife Christmas Recipes

Herbalife Christmas Recipes

Herbalife Christmas RecipesHerbalife Christmas Recipes for Healthy Snacking

In this post we are going to look at some Herbalife Christmas Recipes.

As you know, this is the season of snacking! We all love to snack over the Christmas period. There is not much you can do about it; but what you can do, is make sure your snacks are healthy!

If you consider putting anything in your mouth, ask yourself, what will this do for me? If it has any redeeming values, go ahead and snack away. If however it would just provide you with some empty calories, think again!

The best kind of snack, is a protein snack. The importance of protein cannot be over stated. We have already written various articles about the importance of lean protein in your diet on this blog.

See for e.g.:

Your protein needs

Herbalife Shake Recipes – Megan’s Protein Pancakes

Protein shakes – The worst and the best protein shake for you.

Herbalife Protein Shake Recipes – Toffee Apple and Cinnamon

Herbalife protein shake recipes – playing with colour


However, in this blog post I just want to share a couple of simple Herbalife protein snack recipes with you. Here we go:

1 Cup Peanut Butter
¼ Cup Honey
2 TSP Vanilla Extract
1 ½ Cups Rolled Oats
5 Scoops Protein Powder (Pro 20 Select)
½ Cup Shredded Coconut
1/8 TSP Salt
1/3 Cup Cacao Nibs
2-4 TSP Water

1. Mix liquid ingredients (peanut butter, honey, vanilla extract).
2. Add remaining ingredients – cacao nibs come in last. If the mix is too dry and doesn’t hold together, add the water, a TSP at a time.
3. Form the balls by pressing 1 TBSP of mixture together and rolling into a ball.
* Can be stored at room temperature for up to 3 days; or 7 days when refrigerated.

Nutritional Information per protein ball: (makes approx. 45)
Energy: 65kcal
Protein: 2.5g
Fats: 3.8g
Carbs: 5.8g
Fibre: 1.1g


9 Medjool Dates
2 TBSP Cup Coconut Oil
2/3 Cup Almond Meal
½ Cup Shredded Coconut (plus extra 1/3 Cup Shredded Coconut or 1/3 Cup Coconut Milk Powder for rolling)
1/3 Cup Cacao Powder
4 Scoops Protein Powder (Personalised Protein Powder)
1 TBSP Chia Seeds

Cacao nibs
Goji berries

1. Soak Dates for 30 mins – 1 hour. Drain and discard seeds, dice dates.
2. Mix all ingredients together.
3. Form the balls by pressing 1 TBSP of the mixture together.
4. Roll balls in shredded coconut/coconut milk powder to coat.
5. Form snowmen by stacking 2 protein balls on top of each other.
6. Decorate with cacao nibs for face and buttons, use a goji berry for nose.
* Protein balls can be frozen for up to a month.

Nutritional Information per protein ball: (makes approx. 34; 2 protein balls per snowman)
Energy: 61kcal
Protein: 1.8g
Fats: 3.5g
Carbs: 7.5g
Fibre: 1.5g

Gingerbread Cookie:
1/3 Cup Cashew Butter
2-3 TBSP Filtered Water
1 TBSP Molasses or Agave
4 Scoops Protein Powder (Personalised Protein Powder)
1 TSP Ground Cinnamon
1 TSP Ground Ginger
¾ TSP Ground Allspice
½ TSP Ground Cloves
1/8 TSP Salt
2 TSP coconut oil warmed

Gingerbread Cookie:
1. Preheat oven to 160-165C.
2. Mix all liquid ingredients (cashew butter, water, molasses).
3. Add remaining ingredients. If the dough is too sticky, add more protein powder.
4. Freeze for 10-15 minutes, roll out on parchment to about ¼ inch thick and cut out the men using the cookie cutter. Transfer to a parchment lined baking tray.
5. Bake for 12-15 minutes.
6. Let cool completely before icing.

1. Warm the coconut oil to liquefied state. If still too thick to pipe, add up to 2 TSP warmed coconut oil, ½ TSP at a time.
2. Use a piping bag or a ziplock with the corner cut out, pipe design of your choice.
3. Place iced cookies in the freezer for a few minutes to set the icing.

Nutritional Information per cookie: (makes approx. 12 cookies)
Energy: 80kcal
Protein: 2.7g
Fats: 6.1g
Carbs: 4.5g
Fibre: 0.8g

1 TBSP Chia Seeds
1 TBSP Flax Seeds
1/3 Cup Almond Milk
6 Scoops Protein Powder (H24 Rebuild Strength)
½ Cup Prunes
1/3 Cup Cacao Nibs
¼ Cup Almond Butter
½ Cup Rolled Oats
1 TSP Vanilla Extract
2 TBSP Honey or Agave
Zero calorie Icing Sugar
2-3 goji berries per ball

1. Mix chia seeds, flax seeds and almond milk. Let stand for a few minutes.
2. Dice the prunes.
3. Mix prunes with the rest of the ingredients.
“4. Add seeds and mix together.”
5. If too dry, add water a TSP at a time.
6. Form the balls by pressing 1 TBSP of the mixture together and rolling into a ball
7. Ice and decorate with goji berries

1. Mix zero calorie icing sugar with water until it reaches piping consistency.

Nutritional Information per protein ball: (makes approx. 30)
Energy: 50kcal
Protein: 2.0g
Fats: 2.2g
Carbs: 5.9g
Fibre: 1.2g

Good luck with all your Healthy Herbalife Recipes! Enjoy!


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