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Vanilla Cinnamon Matchinga Pre-Workout Balls

by Heather

Grab a couple of vanilla cinnamon Matchinga pre-workout balls to fuel your next workout!  The combination of protein, fat, and carbs paired with a little caffeine from the matcha and extra anti-oxidants from moringa will fuel you and prepare you for your next workout!  These pre-workout balls are low in sugar, gluten-free, and require only 8 ingredients!

A big thanks to Perfect Supplements for sponsoring this recipe post!

Matchinga Pre Workout Snack Balls

Vanilla cinnamon Matchinga pre-workout balls

I love to workout in the morning before my kids are awake.  It’s the only time of day that I can really guarantee it will happen, and so I make it a priority.  Most days I am either lifting weights, doing yoga, or walking.  They’ve been my 3 favorite lately.

On lifting days especially, I love to have a quick bite of food to get my energy up.  At 6 am I really don’t want a full meal, but these pre-workout balls have been the perfect grab and go bites!

I also love the extra little caffeine boost which definitely helps me to push through a tough workout.

Matchinga Preworkout Balls

What is matchinga?

Perfect Matchinga is a combination of organic matcha and organic moringa.  

Matcha is made from high-grade finely ground green tea leaves. Matcha is loaded with antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, and nutrients.

Moringa leaves are one of the most nutrient-dense plants on the planet, coming in with 7x the vitamin C of oranges, 6x the iron of kale, 4x the calcium of milk, and more. It’s a power house plant and the perfect combo to pair with matcha!

Each serving of Perfect Matchinga has just 28mg of all-natural caffeine, and the natural L-theanine ensures that you get energy and focus, without the jitters and crashes normally associated with caffeine.

You could easily add matching into a morning drink, but why not also add it into some delicious bites that are the perfect before-workout fuel?

Matchinga Preworkout Balls

What you’ll need for Matchinga pre-workout balls

How to make them

  1. Add the oat flour, hemp hearts, protein powder, cinnamon, and Matchinga powder together.  Stir the ingredients together.
  2. Add the almond butter, vanilla extract, and honey and mix with a fork (or your hands). Add 1-2 tbsp water to help the mixture to come together.
  3. When fully mixed, begin to roll into balls, using 1-2 tbsp mixture. Place in the fridge or freezer to store.  Will keep for 1 week in the fridge, or 6 months in a freezer bag.

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Vanilla Cinnamon Matchinga Pre-Workout Balls

Grab a couple vanilla cinnamon Matchinga pre-workout balls to fuel your next workout!  The combination of protein, fat and carbs paired with a little caffeine from the matcha and extra anti-oxidants from Moringa will fuel you and prepare you for your next workout!  These pre-workout balls are low in sugar, gluten free, and require only 8 ingredients!
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time0 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: matcha, matchinga, preworkout, snack ball
Servings: 3
Author: Heather

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Instructions

  • Add the oat flour, hemp hearts, protein powder, cinnamon, and Matchinga powder together.  Stir the ingredients together.
  • Add the almond butter, vanilla extract, and honey and mix with a fork (or your hands). Add 1-2 tbsp water to help the mixture to come together.
  • When fully mixed, begin to roll into balls, using 1-2 tbsp mixture. Place in the fridge or freezer to store.  Will keep for 1 week in the fridge, or 6 months in a freezer bag.
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Matchinga Preworkout Balls

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Heather

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2 comments

Meghan Ritchie June 30, 2021 - 7:08 am

Curious if I could use just matcha instead of the matchinga powder.

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Heather June 30, 2021 - 1:07 pm

It should work as a sub!

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