High-Fiber, High-Protein Breakfast Bars

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Welcome again to the home of Easy Healthy Recipes on Budget & Easy Healthy dessert on Budget, Today i will guide you how to make “High-Fiber, High-Protein Breakfast Bars”. I made this Delicious recipe a few days ago, and I absolutely loved it and enjoyed it with my family. It came out very tasty and flavorful.
Don’t worry it’s easy! This delicious healthy recipe is easy to make and i walks you through the steps and all the ingredients on how to make it!

  • “jeff” : Thanks so much for this recipe–we love it! From the ingredients I was pretty confident it would be a hit, so I doubled it the first time out and baked in a 13×9 glass dish lined with foil as recipe recommends. I baked at 350 for 30 min, then another 10 for the peanut butter topping. Perfect! The changes I made were to use multi grain oatmeal type cereal, not the quick oats; natural peanut butter, no salt, agave nectar instead of sugar, and I used a blend of hemp hearts, milled flax seeds, and chia seeds instead of flax and wheat germ. I just cut them up and put in plastic bags in the fridge so they’re easy to grab and go. One Note: don’t be afraid of the peanut butter topping–it just cooks into the bars and isn’t messy at all.
  • “deryn” : I love that this recipe is pure protein, fiber, and energy, with no added sugar. The banana & honey give it a slight sweetness, and my only cheat was to use Skippy dark chocolate peanut butter. As suggested, I used a combination of bananas and applesauce, more flax seeds, and even used freshly ground peanut butter from Sprouts for the top layer. Compared to a store-bought protein bar, I admit that I like that the store bought is covered in a layer of chocolate (which I should be avoiding anyway). Besides from that, this is SO MUCH cheaper and it feels good to be eating a home-made bar without the commercial additives. I needed something to help me achieve a healthy, active lifestyle without costing a lot of money. Now these have replaced store-bought protein bars as my pre or post-workout snack! It is powerful fuel, satisfying, and easy to make!
  • “laura” : I made this recipe and both my kids and I loved them! I made it with a chocolate flavoured protein powder, but it wasn’t very chocolaty. We take these with us to swimming lessons and have them in the car for a boost just before swimming. They are very very good!
  • “joana” : Nice, healthy protein bars. These really only make 9 in an 8x8pan. Love my bars moist, so I use extra huge banana’s. I use a 50/50 combo of Regular oats and Steel cut. I have used a pre-done Flaxseed mix with dried fruit in it, which I got at Whole Foods. I only use local honey, so that it helps with my allergies. I’ve doubled the ground cinnamon and tripled the Vanilla extract as I could not find Hemp with Vanilla in it. I’m not a Peanut Butter fan at all, but have found that these protein bars are okay with it. The next time I do a batch I am going to substitute the PB with Apple Butter instead.
  • “alisa” : Yum! Just made these and the family is sampling. They really are tastey and so easy and I always have these ingredients on hand! One exception…..didn’t have quick cook oats so used extra thick whole grain rolled oats and the recipe turned out great! I also sprinkled about 1/4 cup of mini chocolate chips on when I spread the peanut butter on top. This will be a repeater!
  • “rachel” : Can’t wait to start putting some of these ideas into practice and trying the recipes!

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