Yay! Here’s 3 no bake POWER bars. You need crunchy? Need chewy? Protein?!
16 pitted dates (220 grams), 1/4 cup agave (84 grams), 1/4 cup almond butter (64 grams), 1 cup almonds (112 grams), 1.5 cups oatmeal (135 grams)
- I toasted the oatmeal and almonds on a cookie sheet for 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Toasting is optional but well worth the awesome flavors it brings.
- I chopped my almonds after toasting
- Put dates in food processor. Processes til it a ball
- Microwave almond butter & agave for 30-45 seconds
- Hand mix everything together then press into an 8 X 8 pan lined with parchment paper.
- Refrigerate for a couple hours then cut into bars. ENJOY!
For more details on this recipe watch my video below. This recipe was inspired by Minimalist Baker.
29 pitted dates (410 grams), 35 grams almonds (small handful), 25 grams walnuts (sprinkle of nuts), 3/4 cup of unsweetened coconut flakes (shredded, 68 grams), 20 grams/4 TB cocoa powder
- Process dates in a food processor. Pulse to break them up.
- Add nuts and pulse til those are broken up
- Add cocoa powder & coconut flakes and processes a lot. I stopped and scrapped the sides down a few times. I kept processing til my “dough” was on the smoother side but you could go with a more chunky, nutty texture.
- Remove from food processor. Lay out flat and refrigerate for a couple hours.
- Cut into bars. Garnish with coconut flakes. ENJOY
For more details on this recipe watch my video below. Recipe was inspired by A Treats Affair.
ONE COOKIE: 55 grams yum fiber syrup (bought on ebay for $20), 1 packet/scoop protein powder (30 grams) + any add in (1-2 crushed oreos, 10 grams of chocolate chips, sprinkles or dried fruit & spices)
- Prep all of your add ins before heating up the syrup.
- Microwave your syrup for 30 seconds
- Mix in protein powder
- Pour the dough out onto a non-stick surface. Knead if needed to get all the powder to incorporate into dough.
- Mix in cookies to make cookies n cream. Push chocolate chips on top to make cookie dough. Push sprinkles on top to make cake batter.
- I cut a plastic sandwich bag in half then used that to help better form the perfect bar shape as shown in the video.
- Chill in fridge for a couple hours. I cut the sides of the bar to give them a factory finish (optional).
For more details on this recipe watch my video below. This recipe was inspired by The Diet Kitchen (DK).