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Chocolate Protein Balls


Welcome to the second jumpwithkiara recipe blog, where I will very casually be sharing my favourite go-to foods and snacks.

What more could we ask for?! Lets get started!

These protein balls are no-bake, and super easy and quick to whip up. You can also freeze them by storing them in a spacious pan as you will see below; and then putting them into a freezer bag. To defrost them; put the bag in the fridge over night!

These balls are super portable and can be taken anywhere. School, work, coffee-shop, pre or/and post workout snack; they’re so versatile you can even add them to your salad!

Nutritional facts can be found below. :)!


-2 scoops chocolate protein powder

-1 & 1/4 cup rolled oats (or a grain mix; I used the 5-grain mix from Bulk Barn which contains barley flakes, chia seeds, flax seeds, rolled oats, and rolled large flakes)

-1 cup Natural Peanut Butter or Almond Butter

-1/4 cup honey or alternative (agave nectar)

-salt (optional)

-unsweetened coconut flakes (optional)

-1/4 cup dark chocolate pieces 

-pumpkin seeds (optional)




1) Mix all ingredients in a bowl and refrigerate 30 minutes.

2) Using gloves and an icecream scooper (or a spoon); roll into balls on a baking tray sheet

3) optional: roll the balls with coconut flakes

4) Refrigerate or freeze for a few minutes; and enjoy!


**Nutritional Facts: contain a little olive oil, and a small pita with 1 cup of dip.


Hope you enjoyed!


Welcome :)

Welcome to my blog!

It’s a pleasure for me to have you. To be curious and a forever student, is one of the biggest strengths that we humans have.

My name is Kiara, also known as JumpWithKiara on Instagram. I am a certified personal trainer and also the proud creator and fitness instructor of JumpRopeFitness class in Montreal. On a personal note, I’m an engineering student, and have 6 years of experience in medical/gym research facilities..


Through this blog, I hope to share my love of jump rope and anything that I have learned so far in my fitness journey. Always continuously learning, and updating information throughout the process.


Let’s get jumping 🙂