Possibly One of the Most Ridiculously Delicious Homemade Chocolate Protein Bars Ever

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Forgive the hyperbolic name I’ve given to this bar. I am just in a state of intense wonderment. WHAT ON EARTH? I took the basic scaffold of the Propane Barand set it on fire.

See, I decided not to use oats or quinoa flakes (or any type of grain for that matter); I wanted to use freshly made brazil nut butter and not peanut butter; I used casein as the primary protein powder + a tiny bit of (orange) whey and also… I used beans (!)

This recipe goes to show you can literally do whatever you want with your protein bars :-) Without further ado, here’s the recipe :-))))))))

Ingredients:

70g unsalted cooked black beans
32g chocolate casein protein powder
12g ground almonds
5g orange whey protein powder
5g coconut flour
13g brazil nut butter
10g goji berries
2 tablespoons coconut milk

Directions:

1. Mix it all up.

2. Use your hands. Make rectangles.

3. Dip them in melted 90% chocolate (23g’s worth of chocolate).

4. Freeze them. GO. CRAZY.

Macros per Serving (out of 2):

280kcals
22g protein
13g carbos (4.5g fiber)
15g fat 

  • http://www.foodsofapril.com/ april

    Wow these look so moist and good!!!!

  • http://thefoxesbettertogether.wordpress.com/ thefoxesbettertogether

    This looks fantastic! I’m always looking for yummy ways to add protein. I can’t wait to try this recipe!!

  • Anonymous

    I’m going to make these this weekend :)

  • Anonymous

    Wow I made these today abolsutely amazing taste and yes really moist

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17512532388038863016 Ashley Pierrette

    This looks awesome!! I just found your blog from bb.com and it just might be my new favorite! I don’t have any coconut flour right now what would you suggest as a good alternative??

  • Anonymous

    Hi, awesome recipe.. I’m making these today! Hoe did you cook the black beans? I know there are different ways.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00302461075094729414 Anna

    Hi! No, I didn’t cook them; I bought them canned and they come already cooked so no need to cook them; just make sure they unsalted :-)

  • Anonymous

    Haha I forgot to check back to see what you said about the beans.. I just cooked fresh ones! Took for ever and they were a pain to mix. lol Next time around it is canned all the way! Thanks!

  • Anonymous

    Hi, are the gluten free?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09506614528915645068 la9

    This recipes looks amazing but I was wondering what the conversion from grams to cups is… or are you measuring this as grams by weight. I looked in my kitchen and I have nothing that measures closely to grams in volume. Thanks for your help!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11024569468644337003 Tatyana DiaMantine Photography

Anna Sward is the creator of Protein Pow and one of the world’s leading experts on protein powder-based cooking. Her recipes have been featured in several leading magazines and she is a columnist and feature writer at bodybuilding.com, Muscle & Fitness magazine, and fitocracy.com. Anna regularly hosts cooking workshops with professional athletes and members of the general public. She is the author of Protein Pow(d)er: the Cookbook and creator of the Protein Pow App.

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