No bake protein bar recipe

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no bake protein bar recipe

No-Bake Protein Bars

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Peanut Butter Banana Protein Bars

3 cups gluten free rolled oats Can sub for quinoa flakes.

No-Bake Protein Bars

Total Time 40 minutes. We will look no more. So I took another route and made it into protein bars this weekend which actually turned out pretty good.

Simple and nutritious especially after a long run. Otherwise, perfect snack after the gym. I added milk to bring it together but after many hours in the freezer they came out very crumbly. Even my boyfriend loves them, I may need to try again and adjust the the quantities of some ingredients.

Thank you for sharing, Molly. I will definitely be making them more. Those look amazing. They are so ridiculously easy to make that now it just seems kind of silly to buy them from the store.

Mr HIT would loveeee these bars and positive I would too. Leave A Review Print Recipe. Sera says:. I have Rice Krispies and other rice cereals.

1 cup smooth almond butter Can use any nut or seed butter.
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Peanut butter + chocolate = match made in heaven

Morning - On The Go - Protein Bar

I used chocolate protein powder instead and threw in a bunch of pumpkin seeds as well. I would try noo again with peanut or almond butter but I think I might hesitate because of the amaranth ordeal? Oh no…a tongue. Thanks for sharing : Happy Day :. Email Address.

So I did. And they rocked. The base is peanut or almond or sun butter, then comes maple syrup and your favorite protein powder I list mine below. And the final touch? I highly recommend making a big batch and freezing these! If you make this recipe let me know!

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Hi Elaine. Hi Brittany. I used the PB2 and did not get the right consistency, and they remained gooey. Erin - June 5, am Reply.

Did you try this recipe. Yum those look really good. Then refrigerate for at least 4 hours, or overnight. I will definitely be making them again to keep in the fridge for when he is creeping bsr looking for a snack.

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