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MEANPROTEIN Protein Bar Recipe

This easy protein bar recipe only requires a few ingredients and it will make eight delicious protein bars like nothing you have ever tasted before. They come out of the freezer as a chunky, tasty bar which you can sink your teeth into.

These homemade protein bars will leave you wanting more and more...

It can be hard to get your daily protein in when you're in a rush, so it's great to know that you're making a healthy snack which helps you get to your protein goal easily.

This is a recipe which I have been using for a couple of years now after discovering it in a magazine and everybody I have given a bar to has been hooked which is why I wanted to share this healthy, yummy protein bar recipe with all you awesome MEANPROTEIN subscribers.


  1. 70 grams of protein powder (I would recommend salted caramel from Bulk Powders which you will occasionally find in a MEANPROTEIN box or you can try a new flavour protein bar each time you receive a new box. Find out more here.

  2. 120 grams of rolled oats (these are thinner than normal oats).

  3. 1/4 tsp salt

  4. 125 grams of peanut butter

  5. 170 grams honey

  6. 1 tbsp mini chocolate chips (not essential)


Firstly mix together the oats, salt and protein powder in a mixing bowl.

Next, add the peanut butter and honey and stir until it's evenly mixed through.

Finally mix in the chocolate chips.

Then, line a baking tin or Pyrex square dish with greaseproof paper and place the mixture on top. Spread this evenly and make sure it's patted down.

Then, slice the mixture into eight bar-shaped chunks to make it easier to chop up once frozen.

Next, cover the bars with more greaseproof paper and put in the freezer for at least five hours or until solid.

Once frozen, get them out and my personal preference is to eat one once the protein bar has been out of the freezer for five minutes or so. This way, the bar isn't completely solid but it's texture is ever so slightly soft with a bit of a crunch to it.

These amazing homemade protein bars have 10 grams of protein per bar.

Let us know what you think of the recipe by tagging us on Instagram (@mean_protein) or Facebook (@MEANPROTEINBOX).

To try this recipe with a new flavour of protein each month/week, subscribe to a protein subscription box with MEANPROTEIN. You'll receive a heap of commercial protein bars and snacks too, as well as a fresh bag of whey each week or month! Find out more here.

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