Protein Cake Pops

Protein Cake Pops

Cake pops- delicious and fun little 2-3 bite treats.  They can also be considered a sugar ball with a stick. haha.  I was inspired to make these protein cake pops after attending an event and having a traditional cake pop.  A friend said “If you can make a protein cake pop that would be amazing!”..well….challenge accepted! 🙂  The base for the cake portion is using the batter from the “Chocolate Protein Cake Doughnuts”  on my website.  Make these for your next gathering or for a fun treat that you don’t have to feel bad about!  Only 5g of carbs and 1g of sugar per pop and has healthy good for you fats from the coconut oil!

Here is a comparison to these Fit Homa & Health cake pops versus Starbucks cake pop:

FHH       vs      Starbucks

calories: 180                      170

fat:           13g                      9g

carbs:      5g                        22g

sugar:      1g                        18g

protein:  10g                       1g


For Cupcakes (using doughnut recipe):
1/3C Coconut flour
1/3C Stevia
1 scoop 1stPhorm Level-1 Milk Chocolate Protein powder
2t cocoa powder
1/4t salt
1t baking powder
1t vanilla extract
2T applesauce
1/3 C & 2T unsweetened coconut milk
2 egg whites
1 whole egg

10 sucker sticks or popcicle sticks

Protein icing:
8T coconut oil

2 rounded scoops of your favorite 1stPhorm Level-1 flavor (use Vanilla Ice Cream if you want to dye the icing)

Food coloring (optional)

Toppings such as nuts, sprinkles, etc (optional)


Make Chocolate Protein doughnut recipe and bake batter into 6 cupcakes. (recipe on my site- same baking temperature and time)

Allow cupcakes to cool completely

In a medium bowl, crumble cupcakes until a fine crumb consistency is achieved.

In a small microwave safe bowl melt 3T coconut oil. Once melted, stir in 1.5T of your favorite 1stPhorm protein powder.

Add coconut oil/protein mixture to crumbled cupcakes. Mix gently until well combined. Using waxpaper to line a plate, roll crumb mixture into 1-1.5″ balls. then using a sucker stick, place inthe center of each andc place in fridge for 6-8 mins until set.

In a small microwave bowl, melt 5T coconut oil. Once melted stir in 1.5-2 scoops of Level-1 protein powder (if using Vanilla Ice Cream or Ice Cream sandwich you can add food coloring to change the color of the icing) Mix until smooth.

Spoon icing over cake ball and place back on wax lined plate. Then place in fridge 3-4 min to set. Remove from fridge then coat once more and add sprinkles, nuts, etc for garnish. Place in fridge once more for 10 mins to allow icing to firm up.

Remove from fridge and store in airtight container at room temperature.

Makes 10 cake balls.


Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 cake pop
Calories 180
Fat 13g
Carbohydrate 5g
Sugar 1g
Protein 10g

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2 thoughts on “Protein Cake Pops

  1. Hi Emily- I’ve made these a few times and they are a big hit in my house… Have you ever tried a strawberry version? I’ve got a lot of the strawberry milkshake flavor id like to try this with.

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