“The power of the energy ball is not its high calorie, but oats and chocolate can increase satiety, coupled with the rich nutritional value of oats, a small energy ball, not only can supplement nutrition, but also can inhibit appetite!”
|time consuming||Three quarter hour|
First weigh the material well so as not to be in a hurry.
Chocolate and butter are placed in a bowl, heated over low heat and stirred with chopsticks until they are completely melted.Dark chocolate is not enough. I put in some kernels.
Mix oatmeal, milk powder, gluten powder and sugar.
Stir well with chopsticks.
A few minutes later, they melted completely.
Pour the powder in, mix it with chopsticks and operate in hot water.
Pour in the egg liquid and stir well. At this time, the dough is loose, but it is also wet. You can squeeze the ball with your hand.
Mix the dough with a spoonful and knead it hard to disperse into small balls.Heat the chocolate all the way, keep it warm, or the chocolate will harden.
Put it evenly in the square, and the weight is just one plate.
Bake in preheated oven, middle layer, 180 degrees above and below for about 20 minutes.
It tastes good. Let’s try it!