All Natural Homemade Protein Bars Recipe

Written by | Posted under Nutrition | 5 years ago

Lately, I’ve been on a quest to eat as much raw foods and as little processed foods as possible. I have found replacements for most of my foods, but one of the things I haven’t found a substitute for is the protein bar. Most protein bars you buy on the shelf are highly processed food products. Luckily, I found an awesome all natural protein bar recipe on reddit fitness that you can follow to create your own non-nonsense protein bar in your very own home. Here’s are the steps in writing so that you guys can print it out and bring it into the kitchen.


  • 70g peanut butter
  • 180g whey protein powder
  • 90g rolled oats
  • 30g ground flaxseed
  • 20g maple syrup
  • 30g whole almonds
  • 150ml-200ml of water


  1. Combine peanut butter, whey protein, rolled oats and flaxseed in one large bowl and mix it together.
    Homemade protein bars dry mix
  2. Start adding water and keep mixing everything using your hand. Keep mixing until there is nothing dry left in the bowl and sticky batter is formed.
  3. Add maple syrup with almonds and mix it thoroughly.
    Homemade protein bar batter
  4. Put batter into a 1 gallon ziploc freezer bag (towards the bottom of the bag), flatten the batter, then fold the bag in half.
    Protein bar recipes ziploc
  5. Put the ziploc bag into the freezer for 60-90 minutes.
  6. Remove from freezer and cut into 7 equal pieces.

Protein bar recipes chopped1 Bar Nutrition Content

  • 25.7g of protein
  • 12g of fat
  • 7.1g monounsaturated fat
  • 2.8g polyunsaturated fat
  • 12.5g of carbohydrates
  • 3.2g of dietary fiber

Lazy Man’s Tips

Since you have to keep this protein bar in the fridge anyway, it might make sense for you to skip steps 4 through 6 and just keep the mixture in a bowl in the fridge. Whenever you need a protein boost, just walk by the fridge, grab a spoonful of the mixture and you should be good to go. BAM!

SOURCE: Recipe and images from this reddit fitness thread


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  1. megan said,

    these look great! I will have to give them a whirl.. I just have to convert the measuring units!

    5 years ago
  2. mark said,

    Is it possible for you to convert the ingredients to cups for us North Americans?

    The liquid measurement isn’t a problem but the “grams” measurements….not sure if it’s by weight or volume and I dont want to screw up the recipe. Thanks!

    4 years ago
  3. Jen Niemann said,

    How many calories does each bar have?

    3 years ago


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