Do-it-Yourself Paleo Protein Bars

The paleo way of life is growing in communities worldwide, and so is the demand for paleo-friendly protein bars. The issue is that they can get expensive, and they might not have the flavor choices you want.

If you know what I’m talking about, and you like spending time in the kitchen – why not make your own paleo protein bars? They may take some time to bake, and they do not come in hassle-free single-serving containers, but with some practice and some ziploc bags, you can produce your own healthy protein bars that you can carry with you in the car, to the gym or while taking a trip.

If you have actually ever read the labels for paleo bars, you most likely have noticed a few similarities. There are generally fewer than 10 ingredients, and many contain nuts, coconut, protein powder and occasionally dried fruit.

These are all items that you can buy at your local grocery store, combine in a food processor, lay out in a baking dish and cook for approximately 10-20 minutes. When they are done, you just take the baking dish out to cool, cut your bars into single-size servings and store in air-tight containers that are ready to enjoy when you are.

The first couple of recipes that you make might be trial and error as far as finding the taste and consistency you enjoy most. There are a number of free recipes online that you can find by conducting a fast search in a search engine.

Once you discover a recipe that you like, you can get nuts, seeds and protein powder in bulk and cut your costs. In addition to having nutritious meals – you will be saving money too!

ImageNuts, naturally, have protein, but some people include egg or protein powder to boost the quantity. Keep in mind that if you utilize eggs, you will need to refrigerate your bars when done.

Nuts, unsweetened coconut and dried berries will not stick together by themselves. You want to include ingredients such as nut butter, coconut oil with flaxseed meal or honey to keep all of the components together.

Spices such as nutmeg or cinnamon can spice up your treats, in addition to a touch of salt. Get innovative with the paleo products you include in your own recipes, as this can improve the flavor, enhance your meal options and make it easier to lose weight and enjoy the paleo lifestyle.


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