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mrsut
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Re:Protein Bars...recipe 2011/04/14 15:21:21 (permalink)
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I have a full box of oat so simple to use up, wife bought for the kids who never ate it and not something I'd use. Can they be used inplace of the oats in this recipe?
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Re:Protein Bars...recipe 2011/07/01 14:43:33 (permalink)
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I made these with roasted chopped hazelnuts and raisins..... they are amazing.
 
The mrs loves them..... i have had to tell her they are over 500kcal per bar to stop her eating them 
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2011/12/22 19:46:07 (permalink)
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Just reinstating an old thread.
 
Used to make something similar to these. Been meaning to make some more for a while so a new batch is chilling in the fridge!

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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/01/19 21:01:10 (permalink)
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I've had a batch of these every week for the past 6 years.
 
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/02/12 15:45:16 (permalink)
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220g of Peanut butter
120g protein whey powder (4x 30g scoops, chocolate flavour is better))
7 Tablespoons of honey
70g porridge oats (or 2x 36g of quick porridge, chocolate flavour is better)
splash of milk (1/4 - 1/2 pint)
small bag of mixed fruit and nut
small bag of brazils (broken up)
 
Put peanut butter and honey in a glass bowl to melt in pan of simmering water.
Mix other ingredients in and place into a square tin (I used and oven tin), put into fridge to set, then cut into 12 bars.
Tastes great (like snickers).
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/02/12 19:25:49 (permalink)
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@ PCthug - Sounds good! Do you know what the nuritional content is per bar? Cheers :)
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/02/12 20:49:10 (permalink)
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MMA4life

@ PCthug - Sounds good! Do you know what the nuritional content is per bar? Cheers :)


If my calculations are correct, these have about 12g of protein and 3.2g of saturated fats, costing about 25p each.
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/02/13 20:21:29 (permalink)
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This looks great! I am so sick of shakes so need to go down the bar route I think!
 
Can anyone quantify this into gram quantities please? Ie x grams of this y grams of that ect..
 
Ive had a go but they end up very sloppy and sticky even after a night in the fridge. They aint like the shop ones :)
 
Any ideas on low cal filler binder that sets ahrd in the fridge?
 
Thanks guys
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/03/04 20:45:35 (permalink)
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I made these a while back when I was on MT, and now training again made them a few days ago. Made them with choc mint, they are awesome. Gonna add nuts and mixed fruits for the next batch (which I'm making tomorrow..lol). Thanks again Bigfella ;)
 
 

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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/03/13 20:41:53 (permalink)
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Mine are in the oven as we speak!
Might get a photo if I can find my camera in the next ten minutes; if not, then I'll report back on taste and do some more in a few days.
Dammit - why not make a youtube video?

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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/03/26 10:53:16 (permalink)
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are these ok for someone not looking to bulk out to much ?
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/03/26 20:42:07 (permalink)
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lofty84

are these ok for someone not looking to bulk out to much ?

Yes, in moderation!
 
Great old thread!
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/03/26 21:03:46 (permalink)
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lofty84

are these ok for someone not looking to bulk out to much ?

Yes, in moderation!

Great old thread!

 
Probably hard to do if they are so yummy.
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/03/27 08:42:41 (permalink)
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Happy days

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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/04/04 12:57:51 (permalink)
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Has anyone ever tired this with powdered egg white ????
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/04/11 13:29:59 (permalink)
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I made a batch last night and have just tried one.  They're lovely (only problem is now I want more lol)
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/04/13 16:18:11 (permalink)
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Ive just tried this recipe and its all bit , it hasn't stuck together
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/04/13 16:29:33 (permalink)
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I used some skimmed milk to bind it more.
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/04/24 21:06:33 (permalink)
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hey big fella your a legend! penny are tight at the moment with tying to pay all the bills with a single wage! althou i always get some source of protein every 2 hours i have a 3 hour gap in between my 10am break until my next break at 1pm. i've been trying to find a cheap protein/carb bar to snack on to fil the gap but most of the cheaper bars are ful of crap! so i gave your recipe a go! i could only let the buggers store in the fridge before an hour before i had to try one! man there the dogs bollocks:-) taste awesome mate! good job done.......
 
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RE: Protein Bars...recipe 2012/05/14 16:41:46 (permalink)
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Hello all,
 
I'm just getting back to the gym after a two year break. Could I eat one of these bars 1hr pre workout so i'm fuelled for the gym?
 
Thanks all,
 
Joe.
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