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Homemade No-Bake Protein Bars

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  • 4 1/2 cups oatmeal (uncooked, quick oats)
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup coconut cream (or milk)
  • 5 scoops vanilla protein powder (whey)
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    Coyle a year ago
    Easy to make, and they lasted a long time in my fridge (i think I kept them in my fridge for 8 days or so, and they only started becoming too hard on the last day). Not incredibly flavorful, but it’s great to be able to make cheap protein bars at home. I had dark chocolate chips, and that made them a lot more enjoyable.
    Frank Delisle a year ago
    I’m making this recipe today . I’m going to love it.
    Michelle Conrad 2 years ago
    Very quick and easy to make. They are a little on the plain side so I’ll enjoy them but my kids won’t eat them.
    Guy Jones 2 years ago
    These are fantastic! Almost too good! Great before and after a good workout!
    Scott R. 2 years ago
    very good. Gym rat sons like them. I was informed we need to make more.
    Andreia O. 4 years ago
    My first homemade protein bars and I love it! Delicious....!
    Nancy McCaughey 5 years ago
    Awful. I suspect it's the type of protein powder used that contributes to the overall taste. Don't think I would even try these with chocolate protein powder. There are other recipes which mask the flavour much better.
    Carly T. 5 years ago
    My go to protein bar recipe. I usually add in some raisins and or chocolate chips but any dried fruit would be great. I also add in lots of cinnamon, tastes like an oatmeal cookie.