I saw a recipe for Tim Tam Cheesecake Balls and suddenly had a genius idea!
Goal: "level-up" the recipe! My version has less calories, less sugar and more protein.
I'm a flexible dieter. I follow the 80/20 rule. 80% of what I eat on a daily basis is "healthy". The remaining 20% is at my discretion. This approach has worked very well for me since 2012 because I never feel deprived. I like that I don't have to feel guilty about my food choices. If I want a piece of cheesecake, then I can have a piece of cheesecake! If you want to learn more about my sustainable approach to nutrition, click here for my system!
- 250g light cream cheese, softened
- food processor
- 3 BSN Caramel Chocolate Crunch Bars
- optional: mini sili-cups
This recipe yields 18 balls.
Please watch the video demonstration
- Remove your light cream cheese from the fridge 1 hour before you make the recipe so that it is soft (it's easier to work with)
- Process 3 BSN protein bars in a food processor until it resembles fine crumbs
- Then add the package of cream cheese into the processor and whizz it to combine it with the crumbs.
- Roll into 1 inch sized balls and place on a tray lined with baking paper in the fridge (or place the balls into the silicone cups).
- You can eat immediately. Place the balls in the fridge, otherwise, freeze them and eat them another day. I would suggest 2 balls as a serving size (3 at the most).
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The entire cheesecake recipe is 1303 calories, 62.7g fat, 42.7g saturated fat, 140 mg cholesterol, 1535mg sodium, 85.7g carbs, 9g fibre, 28.7g sugars, 85g protein
The recipe yields ~ 18 balls. So each ball is 72 calories, 3.5g fat, 2.4g saturated fat, 7.8mg cholesterol, 85.3mg sodium, 4.8g carbs, 0.5g fibre, 1.6g sugar, 4.7g protein
Compare that to the original recipe: Each ball is 97.5 calories, 7g fat, 10.5g carbs, 5.19g sugar, 1.3g protein
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