Prot: 19 g, Carbs: 12 g, Fat: 9 g, Cal: 206 (3 truffles).


Because I’m almost, kinda, not really done with pumpkin recipes this season, here you have Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Pie Protein Truffles!


I’ve been seeing lots of recipes for pumpkin truffles and pumpkin bites this season. Since I made my Cake Batter Protein Truffles and discovered how easy they are to make, I have been wanting to try my own version of a pumpkin protein truffle. So here you have them! Super-easy, and super-delicious!

I’ve covered these in raw chocolate sweetened with (non-raw, I suppose) stevia. The flavor combination is great, and it makes a nice coating for an otherwise sticky batter.


Give these Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Pie Protein Truffles a try! Another easy way to hit your macros!

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Chocolate Covered Pumpkin Pie Protein Truffles
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 6 truffles
  • Serving size: 3 truffles
  • Calories: 206
  • Fat: 9g
  • Carbohydrates: 12g
  • Sugar: 4g
  • Fiber: 5g
  • Protein: 19g
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Makes 6 truffles (2 servings).
Chocolate coating:
  1. Mix filling ingredients until well combined.
  2. Roll the batter into 6 truffles, and set on a parchment-lined plate. If the batter is sticky and the truffles are not smooth, set them in the freezer for 5-10 minutes and then roll each one again to smooth the surface.
  3. Mix ingredients for chocolate coating.
  4. Using a fork, dip each truffle in the chocolate. Set each back on the parchment-lined plate, and freeze for a few minutes to set the coating.
  5. If you have leftover chocolate, dip the truffles again.
  6. Enjoy! Store in the refrigerator or freezer.
A note about substitutions: you can replace the whey protein with your favorite vanilla protein to make dairy-free/vegan versions. With casein or vegan proteins, start with only 1 tablespoon of coconut flour. You can also substitute your favorite sweetener for the stevia (liquid sweeteners work well in the chocolate).