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FitnessFreek 09-01-2011 07:00 PM

Homemade Protein Bars?
 
Anybody make these on a regular basis. I do while cutting but not on a bulk. Post some recipes if you know of any good ones...

Michealleo 10-07-2011 10:55 PM

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marinevet 12-16-2011 08:27 PM

Baking chocolate and peanut butter. I put a batch together in a brownie pan. I sometimes have peanuts, or switch out peanut butter with nutella.

katie450 01-13-2013 09:36 PM

I love to eat protein bars, Please post here complete recipe marinevet.. I was trying to make it, but couldn't.....

nsloane89 01-14-2013 02:42 AM

I came across this recipe quite some time ago on the bb.com forums and have found that they're easy as to make and taste so good that you just don't get sick of them.

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MagicPunt's MRBs (Meal Replacement Bars):

Combine in large mixing bowl:

3 Cups Oatmeal
1/2 Cup Natural Peanut butter
1 cup Skim Milk
4 Scoops Protein Powder
dash of cinnamon

Mix until a sticky batter is formed (may take a few minutes)

use a large spoon to spread out the mix into the bottom of a Pam-sprayed glass or metal cooking tray (spread until even)

top with 4-8 packets splenda

put in the fridge overnight and cut into 8 equal bars that yield:

11g fat (good monounsaturated fats)
26g carbs
21g protein

285 calories

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For Cutting:

Combine in Large Mixing Bowl

8 Scoops Whey (Vanilla is very good)
3 Cups Oats
1 Package Sugar Free Fat Free Pudding (Any flavor is good)
2 Cups Skim Milk

Mix until a sticky batter is formed (may take a few minutes)

use a large spoon to spread out the mix into the bottom of a Pam-sprayed glass or metal cooking tray (spread until even)
put in the fridge overnight and cut into 8 equal bars that yield:
3g fat
28g carbs
29g protein
257 calories


For LowCarb

8 scoops protein
12 tbsp natural peanut/almond butter
4 tbsp splenda

put in a mixing bowl and slowly add water until the desired consistancy is reached.

again, keep them in the freezer and nuke for 30 seconds and you get the ice cream sandwich consistency
I would definitely recommend putting them in the freezer and eating them as a filler as they're missing a key component that keeps them solid at room temp.

aaliyahadams 01-14-2013 04:18 AM

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Originally Posted by nsloane89 (Post 94252)
I came across this recipe quite some time ago on the bb.com forums and have found that they're easy as to make and taste so good that you just don't get sick of them.



I would definitely recommend putting them in the freezer and eating them as a filler as they're missing a key component that keeps them solid at room temp.

This seems a really healthy and good recipe.

johnd787 01-30-2013 10:55 AM

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Originally Posted by FitnessFreek (Post 90406)
Anybody make these on a regular basis. I do while cutting but not on a bulk. Post some recipes if you know of any good ones...

I found good recipes on mensfitness dot com. I can't post links.

wolfbeast 07-29-2013 08:12 AM

This is probably not what you are looking for, but the protein bars I make are the premade frozen turkey patties fried up. I eat them with hot sauce. They are pretty easy to make if you like turkey meat.


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