PurePharma PR3 Protein Chocolate Truffles

PurePharma PR3 Truffles | The Paleo FixPurePharma is an excellent supplement company that I take personally, carry at my chiro clinics and heavily endorse due to their quality standards. Well, hot off the shelves is their protein – PurePharma PR3. PurePharma PR3 is a chocolate protein derived from brown rice and had added collagen for heightened recovery from workouts.

The good news it that PurePharma PR3 is now on sale over at purepharma.com. We’ve arranged for a discount for our lucky readers. Use “PALEOFIX” at checkout over at PurePharma for 10% off of your entire order. 

The folks over at PurePharma were kind enough to send over a little kit to make some awesome protein packed desserts using their new PurePharma PR3 protein powder and man, these are going to be a mainstay for when the sweet tooth comes knocking. We’ve used SFH protein in recipes before, but sometimes protein powder has a little bit of a gritty taste. The great news about the rice based protein in PurePharma PR3 is how smooth it is. There is definitely no grit in this recipe. These are the easiest and most delicious paleo truffles I’ve had, check out the recipe courtesy of PurePharma below!

PurePharma PR3 Protein Chocolate Truffles
  1. Use a food processor or BlendTec to combine all ingredients besides cocoa powder. Process until everything is sticking together well. Use a little more coconut milk if necessary.
  2. Cool for about 45 minutes in the refrigerator or until the mixture can easily roll.
  3. Roll the ingredients into balls and then roll into cocoa powder. Try to not eat all of the filling before coating them!

We will have a review for PurePharma PR3 protein powder in the next few weeks which should be similar to our reviews for their O3D3, and M3, but we can definitely assure you that it is excellent for making these truffles.

Remember – use coupon code “PALEOFIX” over at PurePharma for 10% off of all orders.

PurePharma PR3 Truffles | The Paleo Fix

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