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Serves: 8 Nutrition: 234 calories, 10.4 g fat, 2.1 g sat fat, 25.7 g carbs, 3.8 g fiber, 14.4 g sugar, 11.8 g protein Sweet, chewy and brimming with energy, these homemade protein bars are your delicious solution to that pesky 3 p.m. slump. Choose your favorite protein powder—we’re fans of pea protein—and use these bars to swap out your daily sugar-laden granola bar. Healthy Protein Bars. Whether you’re looking for high protein, high carb, high fiber or a complete meal replacement bar, these 6 have you covered. My personal favorite is the Kind bar with nutritious fruits and nuts.

While many so-called “health bars” are chocked full of sugar, there are still many options available that give you the nutrition. Well, leans meats or poultry and nuts are excellent sources of high quality protein, but if you’re looking something quick and convenient, consider a protein bar! We’ve done our research on some of the most delicious protein bars on the market (thank you consumer reports) along with a couple protein packed delights you can make at home.

13 hours ago · The first ingredient in this protein-packed bar is grass-fed whey protein concentrate. It’s packed with fiber (7 grams to be exact) and only 4 grams of added sugar. Plus, it has a great flavor and. Countless protein bar options are available today.

This can make it difficult to determine which one is best for you, as well as easy to choose one that may not be a good fit for your goals. Plus, you can easily make them vegan and gluten-free, if you so desire, by swapping in non-dairy milk and gluten-free oats. The yummy bars clock in at 14 grams of protein per bar (right up there with commercial protein bars) — a healthy and filling start to the day, indeed!

13. Chocolicious Banana & Butterscotch Breakfast Bars!Orgain Organic protein bars are a convenient way to get 10 grams of plant-based protein and 6 grams of dietary fiber without gluten or soy.

These bars taste great and have a thick texture with. I wanted to have a stash of healthy protein bars to have on hand when hunger strikes. Unfortunately, these tasty protein bars aren’t cheap, and soon enough, the prices added up.

It wasn’t until I started experimenting in the kitchen did I then realize how much cheaper and more delicious. Protein bars are a convenient and filling snack to carry around in class or after a workout when you’re short on time. However, many protein bar ingredients are highly processed, which makes them less healthy than they claim to be.

Protein bars typically consist of a protein source, sweetener, and fiber and/or fat for both texture and flavor. 9 Best Protein Bars for Every Diet. Protein-on-the-go products are usually just sugary candy bars in disguise.

Unwrap the health-food hype, and stick to these nutritionist-approved options.

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The main considerations in food bar selection should be stability in the pack or pocket, palatability, and the protein and carbohydrate content.

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These bars are versatile, delicious, and nutritious.

“Loving Yourself to Great Health” by Louise Hay, Ahlea Khadro, Heather Dane
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0 P disgusting greasy fattening tasty expensive fast convenient yummy healthy 5.

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Before the discovery of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals, vitamins, and trace elements, Ayurveda taught that we need all six tastes present to make a balanced meal.

“Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices” by Diana Noland, Jeanne A. Drisko, Leigh Wagner
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Springer International Publishing, 2020

The column of needs was identified by the marketing study, as energetic value, low cholesterol, good taste, use of bio-ingredients, reasonable price and substantial heath benefits.

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Weaknesses: Convenience foods are high in added fats, sugars, and sodium and low in protective phytochemicals, antioxidants, and fiber.

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Found mostly in animal products (meat, poultry, whole milk, ice cream, egg yolks, butter), saturated fats clog arteries and contribute to hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol) and cardiovascular disease.

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Nutrition Facts Serving Size 1 bar(2 oz.) (57g) Looking for a convenient snack that can give you an energy boost during your bike ride or day of cross-country skiing?

“Nutrition: Science and Applications” by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
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by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
Wiley, 2019

Nutrition Bars are available in two flavors—wild berry (with 8 grams of protein) and peanut crunch (with 12 grams of protein).

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Common nutraceuticals receiving broad attention include calcium-fortified fruit drinks and candy; soy protein bars fortified with whey protein; soy protein products and high-fiber cereals; and “snack” bars providing L-arginine, which may improve vascular functioning.

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  • I tried this today
    Followed your recipe n method
    All well, but despite proper freezing, could not properly cut them as u show
    And they became quite soft
    Wonder what i need to do

  • This thing has an insane amount of calories (dates+nut butter+regular syrup). Great if you are Michael Phelps on 6k calorie diet but not if you are an avg joe.

  • Mine got too soft. I think you either need to soak dates in less water or cook a bit more. Apart from that this is the extremely delicious! And in my area they come out way cheaper than similar prepacked bars, not to mention that these bars tastes million times better than those in store. We make it every now and than as a treat. ��

  • Tried this. Turned out sticky and mushy didn’t set well. Also was a bit too sweet for my liking. I think I need to reduce the honey. Otherwise overall taste was good.

  • I am SO glad you did a collab with a small youtuber like Abbey! I probably wouldn’t have found her otherwise, and her channel is AMAZING! I hope this brings her lots of success, because she deserves it!

  • Hello Ma’am, that looks drool worthy, quick question, may i use olive oil instead of coconut oil since i am not too fond of coconut oil

  • Hello Nisa Mam, I tried this recipe today. It came out of microwave a couple of hours back and it smelled and looked so delicious that I couldn’t resist and immediately cut off a slice and had it immediately. Oh My God! It is super delicious and was very very easy to put together. But it just took 10 minutes in my microwave at 180 degrees on convection mode ✅ thank you for this amazing recipe ♥️

  • Make sure the heat is completely off and the mixture is cooled before adding honey,honey should never be heated.Better avoid it altogether.

  • For people saying the nuts are expensive: Use sunflower and or pumpkin seeds instead. There will be other seeds you can use too. They are high in protein and energy and micro nutrients. Toast the seeds in a lightly greased frying pan to make them taste nutty.

  • Questions: What kind of vanilla and chocolate protein powders do you use? And if you can’t do a lot of sugar/carbs, what can you use in place of the maple syrup?

  • Tried the peanut butter one but they didn’t hold together well enough and crumbled once cut:( I used raisin (paste) instead of date paste and golden syrup instead of maple bc that’s what I had. It’s really sweet already so I don’t want to add more sweetness. And more peanut butter would also be too overpowering flavour. What could I use to make it hold better? Any ideas? Coconut oil maybe? Water? Or will that make them go bad within a week?

  • Hummmmmmmmmmm did everything right, turned out soft and not hard, put in oven to dry out some, still soft. Oh didn’t use any cardamon powder, though I doubt it would make any difference. Will eat it, as it is an expensive yet nutritious snack. Any tips what went wrong?????

  • Wouldn’t all the whey protein get completely denatured at a temperature that high? Whey starts losing amino acids 75° C upwards. Adding whey doesn’t seem to make sense here.

  • i try your recipe but i replaced two ingredient
    Sliced Almonds replaced it with shredded coconut but it add more carb
    Almond milk replaced it with water

    delicious thank you

  • I have to say that instructions are not clear. I made this twice with less water with dates and got even softer than last batch. Doesn’t hold itself at all. Disappointing especially because it took time to make. What type of dates do you use? Do you heat the paste once everything is mixed?

  • You’re mama friend just made me think of Hallows Eve on Dragula “I know when I get loud I sound like your mother, but idc what you white men think I am here for me and for women” ….aaanyway that got outa hand -shes sounds like your mom. But I love it. Home. Relatable.

  • “i realized that a lot of these protein bars are packed with a lot of unnecessary and unhealthy ingredients.”. Such as diabetes and heart disease causing carbs and sugar. So instead I made my own protein bars packed with…. oats… so carbs… Good job. Now you can give yourself home made diabetes, heart disease and tooth decay. �� �� ��

  • Bonjour je trouve votre blog super vraimentnvous etesvgeniale et vos recettes au top ca serzit super si vous pouviez soutitrecen french francais cacserzit le tp un grand merci bonne continuation

  • why protein powder? between the nuts and the whole grain it seems like an overkill of protein. Are these a meal replacement bar or just to snack on?

  • Hi,

    If i am using air fryer to bake the granola bar, must it be pre heat as well?

    May i ask what is the purpose of having it pre heat?

  • these look super good:) I don’t normally keep protein powder around the house… maybe it’s worth getting a small jar for these type of snacks:) I do wonder however if the maple and dried fruit would be reasonable in these amounts with GDM (gestational diabetes)

  • Hi Sara Lynn, we just simply loved your smoothie recipes however we wanted to try the bars too, but you did not mention quantity of the items. So please do tell us the quantity of the items

  • Hello ma’am. Tried your reciepe today. It came out super delicious. I’m a big fan of yours coz your gluten free recipes are very helpful for me. Thank you very much and please make more healthy gluten free recipes

  • These do look delicious but I didn’t see the nutritional information in the recipe. How many grams of protein per serving and calories are there? You can say they are healthy because the ingredients aren’t processed, but if they have tons of calories its no better than eating a candy bar (well maybe far less sugar.) I appreciate the wonderful recipes, but it would be nice to know the nutritional content. For counting macros and calories its a necessity. 😉

  • Thankkk youu sooo muchhh for posting this Nisa Gaaru. They turned out reallyy good. I substituted flax seeds with chia seeds..they taste delicious ❤️

  • Hey Nisa, is there any alternative for the flax seeds?will yogurt work? That’s the only ingredient I am lacking and can’t obtain due to the lockdown:(

  • Hello Maám, Hope you are doing well.
    If I was to soak almonds and then chop. Is that advisable? If Yes, do I still bake it for 20-25 minutes @ 180 degrees? what do you suggest?

  • First of all you should know people make a recipe at home so that they have to spend less, if you have to spend so much then it’s better to get it from store..there’s no sense of this video

  • Nice, l really like the ingredients and how the over all result looks, l will try this out but one change l will do is just topping it off with a layer of chocolate l think.

  • Tried this recipe today, the taste came out just fine, however it did not get set as shown in the video. It stayed limp and soft even after couple of hours of refrigeration. Any suggestions @hebbars kitchen?

  • Very nice mam
    I ll try your bars and let you know

    May I know the name of your kitchen weighing scale
    Or you can give me the link
    Thank you again

  • Ahhh I neet to do that delicious! Granola bars Love nuts! And it can last for a week ������ very ease when it come to a quick breakfast! Thanks��

  • I made this protein bar today. It came out very well. Thank you for your great recipe. I have tried some of your other recipes too, they also came out well.

  • Nice recipe sir! N loving the kitchen. Sayin that cause I cook all the time. thx for the recipe will give it a shot. I had way too many years of buying those CRAP bars on the market filled with garbage n low quality protein

  • One can use chana sattu instead of whey protein as it is high in protein & have good biological value.

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  • Thank you very much for the recipe! just one question (and I am super sorry if someone has already asked this), if I am using coconut sugar instead of the pure sugarcane jaggery, do I add anything to the coconut sugar?

  • That’s nice and all but some people in my life jut wont eat peanut butter….I dunno, must find a way either to substitute it or to make em love it no matter what haha >;3

  • Hello Nisa mam! I love how your recipes are so healthy and guilty free. Can you please make a recipe on healthy fruits oats crumble?

  • Guys I know a person who makes a way better protein bar than this. His name is Greg Doucette. Everyone who’s seeing this right now, just search for Greg Doucette skor protein bar on YouTube. It might require some sophisticated ingredients, but it’s worth it though… don’t forget to check him out.

  • Is there any way to make these without protein powder? Every recipe I find has it but I don’t have any and can’t get any right now. Is there a substitute?

  • Hi Nisa maam….
    I have pcos… Can I use Jowar or barley flour instead of wheat flour in this recipe or any other gluten free flour u reccomend maam.
    Thanks & God Bless you!

  • Is there any alternative for the oven. What if I do everything exactly the same and not bake it but, maybe freeze it. Does it work??

  • I liked the idea, but is there not any other alternative for whey protein powder, and l’m doubtful about nutritional values after refrigeration

  • Mam… instead of baking can i just refrigerate it in freezer…will it make any difference in taste…..or should i do it it in my cooker or kadaee necessarily….. Because i don’t have oven….. Will taste change in direct refrigerating it?

  • using of dates is a nice touch. But 500 cal is a bit much for me. I guess I will have to make 6-7 bars to cut the calories further. Thanks dude!

  • You’ll can replace Whey Protein with Proteinex if needed or you may skip Whey Protein
    You’ll can add:
    Roasted Flax seeds
    Pumpkin seeds
    Sunflower seeds
    Sesame seeds for Calcium
    Cocoa powder