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Can You Resist My Schweddy Balls?

Growing up, I was a serious Saturday Night Live fanatic. I watched every Saturday night (I was grounded a lot so not much else to do) and watched reruns on Comedy Central. My favorite seasons were early 90′s ones with Chris Farley, Mike Meyers, Adam Sandler-the whole crew, and later 90′s with Will Ferrel, Molly Shannon, etc. Both of those casts were just awesome. Every episode was hilarious.

You can imagine my excitement when I found a recipe inspired by one of the SNL sketches from the late 90′s-Schweddy Balls. This sketch is pretty classic: a holiday recipe special on NPR with a guest named Pete Schweddy (Alec Baldwin-always great on SNL) who has a remarkable family recipe for balls…..he calls them, you guessed it, Schweddy Balls. Here’s the insanely funny video:

Schweddy Balls

I was inspired by a recipe from theĀ Fitnessista’s blog. Here are the ingredients I used:

  • 2 tbsp. of chocolate protein powder
  • 2 tbsp. of peanut butter-I microwaved it a little first so it was easier to blend
  • 2 tbsp. shredded unsweetened coconut
  • a little less than 1 tbsp. of maple syrup
  • a couple dark chocolate chips for 2 of the balls

First, I mixed the dry ingredients.

chocolate protein powder

coconut!

Next, I added the melted peanut butter and maple syrup.

Mix it all together…

I stuck a few chocolate chips in 2 of them. Overall, this recipe yields 4 balls. Next time I think I’ll double or triple the recipe. I’ll also maybe add some dried fruit or nuts.

Chocolate Schweddy Balls

Pete Schweddy would be proud…

These turned out really good!! I will definitely be making them again soon-especially since I’m sure they’ll be gone by the end of the day. You can’t taste the protein powder at all which is why I like them. I expected that kind of chalky protein taste…but wasn’t there!!

I guess Pete was right….no one can resist his Schweddy balls!

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