You can make tasty, healthy protein bars that are much cheaper than the commercial ones.
This recipe makes an absolutely DELICIOUS protein bar.
- High in Protein
- High in Carbs
- Low in Fat
This can be consumed as part of a 40/30/30 bodybuilding diet or on the carb-up portion of a carb-cycling diet.
It won’t take you more than 5 minutes to make and you probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen right now.
How To Make A Protein Bar
The ingredients are simple:
- 40 grams Rolled Oats
- 35 grams Whey Protein (Chocolate is great for this recipe)
- 20 ml Honey or ‘Set’ Honey
- 20 ml Water
(1) Add your oats and whey into a bowl and mix together by hand.
(2) If using ‘set’ honey, put into the microwave for 30 seconds to soften
(3) Drizzle honey onto oats and whey
(4) Add water to the mixture
(5) Get your hands in there and mix together thoroughly
(6) Add more water if necessary but you want to keep this from going to gooey
(7) Now just shape it into bar form and either eat straight away or refrigerate for an hour or so to harden.
Most commercial protein bars supply around 20 grams of protein and are loaded with sugar. This bar packs in around 35 grams of protein and it won’t cost you nearly as much. Did I tell you it was GORGEOUS!
Enjoy It Guys!
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Hey mark thanks so much! I needed that recipe.
This is by far the best and easiest bar yet!!! Heed warning to the suggestion of not using too much water.
I used vanilla Allmax Isoflex protein powder and also added 20ml of Kraft natural peanut butter to the recipe. Obviously adds some extra calories etc, but tastes great!
T O R O K
Love the recipe, Mark. i think i messed up though mine is still shiny, wet, and sticky after an hour in the fridge. any ideas?
Try omitting the water Andrew
Any chance someone could give me some volume measurements? I don’t have a scale, so grams aren’t a useful measurement…LOL
Hey Marcus, thanks a bunch for the recipe. I tried it today and it is simply AWESOME. Keep up posting them 😉
@Pete. No worries mate. Glad you liked it.