Protein Bars I’ve been obsessed with since I’ve been traveling so much!
Especially with Vegan Chocolate Protein Bars and Peanut ones. (see my Peanut recipe here)
Unfortunately most of them include artifical sweeteners and low quality of protein etc.
That’s why I decided to make my own bars.
I took care that this bar includes only the best ingredients for you and also have a description about the amount of macros and calories under the recipe
The great thing is it is also a no-bake recipe!!!
So extra quick and you will always have something sweet & healthy at home. 🙂
I also made a video for you with the recipe which you can watch here 🙂
Here is the recipe:
My Vegan Chocolate Protein Bars:
Yield: 6 bars Prepare time: 15 min. Cooling down: 30 min Total time: 45 min.
- 120 gram – 1 cup oat flour / coconut flour
- 30 gram – ¼ cup coconut flour / almonds or oat flour
- 30 gram – ¼ cup protein powder – I used pure rice protein, you can also use soja, pea, oat, almond or any powder you like
- 1 tbsp cacao powder (unsweetened)
- 50 gram – ¼ cup chocolate chunks/chips (80% or 90% chocolate) You can mix chunks and chips or just use one of them.
- 60 gram – ¼ cup nut butter – I used peanut butter but also almond butter is great!!
- 77 gram – ¼ cup rice syrup – also honey, agave syrup, maple syrup or dates work
- 2 tbsp non-dairy milk – I used soja. You can also use oat, almond, rice, etc.
- Line a bread form with parchment paper, leaving overhang on all sides so you can remove it easily.
- Put the oat flour, coconut flour, protein powder, cacao powder, chocolate chunks/chips, nut butter, rice syrup and soja milk into a bowl and knead it well together with your hands. It should be a firm mass that sticks well together but is also not too moist (for more details watch my protein bar video on YT)
- Put the whole dough into the bread form and press it well in. The height of the bars should be around 1 cm. Put it in the fridge – or if you need it quicker the freezer.
- Lift the bars from the form using the parchment handles and transfer to a cutting board. Slice into bars of desired size. I made 6 bars out of this dough.
If the bar dough is too dry, you can add more milk or peanut butter.
The nutritional information will vary based upon the brand of protein powder you use. If you’d like to calculate them with a specific brand, you can do so for free at myfitnesspal.com or use their app.
Store the bars in the fridge for up to 1 week or freeze for up to 3 months. I like to wrap mine individually, then remove them from the freezer as needed.
Nutrition information: Amount per serving (1 of 6 bars ) – Calories: 270, Fat: 12g, Saturated Fats: 5g, Carbs: 26g, Fiber: 5g, Sugar: 9g, Protein: 13g
Also check out my other Protein Bar recipe – The Vegan Protein Peanut Butter Bar.
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