Say no to banana bread and get rollin’ with Baller Blends
If you’ve noticed your Insta feed flooded with slightly burnt loaves, you’re not alone. For reasons that are not abundantly clear, the humble banana bread has experienced a resurgence in popularity of late. Perhaps it’s the relative ease of the recipe or the prevalence of slightly browning bananas on bench tops around the country but either way, it’s undoubtedly a sign of the times. If you’re keen to up your iso-snack game, step away from the bananas and say hello to Baller Blends.
Isolation is tough on many fronts but resisting the urge to snack all day takes some superhuman willpower, which sadly, we here at The Weekend Edition simply do not possess. If you too have succumbed to serial snacking, Baller Blends has got your back with its wholesome (and tasty) range of DIY protein balls that rival the range at your favourite cafe. The bags contain everything you need to get ballin’, just add water and a little sweetener of your choice (honey works a treat) and you’re ready to roll.
Loaded with goodness, not fillers, Baller Blends are available in a seriously mouthwatering array of flavours including Cookie Dough-licious, Mint-To-Be, Ferrero-No-Share and the soon-to-be-released White Choc Berrylicious, and are the ideal way to curb your sweet cravings, sans guilt! Baller Blends is the handiwork of Brisbane-based foodie Kylee Collings and is intended to make it easy for anyone to make cafe-quality protein balls at home without having to spend ages scouring the ‘healthy’ aisle at the supermarket sourcing the individual ingredients. Shop the range here and get ballin’.
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