We all know that one person who won’t touch any chocolate eggs on Easter – the kind of person who displays a willpower far beyond our imagination. No matter what flavour we buy or even if we try to tempt them by wafting that irresistible smell of cacao right under their nose – they just won’t budge. So, what do you buy that certain someone who won’t have a cheat day?
This year, Protein Balls Adelaide (PBA) are looking out for the health-conscious, selling Easter packs full of goodies with natural sweeteners and plenty of nutrients. These packs are available to order through Instagram DM, phone or by heading into their Torrensville store, with payment required prior to pick up.
The PBA Easter packs are gift wrapped and include a peanut butter protein ball, a cookies and cream protein ball, a cashew cranberry protein ball, a snickers raw slice, a white chocolate raspberry raw slice, a 45g Pana Chocolate block (a type of chocolate free from dairy, soy, gluten and added sugar) and raw vegan wagon wheels.
How much: $35
Where: 208 Henley Beach Rd, Torrensville
When: Available to order from the 20th of March until the 28th of March
Life span: 2 weeks in the fridge
Alternatively, you can head in store and select eight protein balls for $30 or four protein balls for $15, any flavour, every day!
Header image via Protein Balls Adelaide
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