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Homemade Fudge Protein Bar Recipes - Low Carb Bars

  1. A "scoop" of protein powder is generally 1/3 cup
  2. Feel free to substitute other artificial sweeteners for those cited, especially in those protein bars that are not baked.
  3. Protein powders are pretty much interchangeable. Keep in mind, though, that carb & protein counts vary by brand and flavor, so your end result may differ from the original recipe.


    4 Tbl butter
    1.5 Tbl unsweetened cocoa powder
    2 Tbl DaVinci Chocolate SF syrup
    2 cups Optimum Nutrition Chocolate
    Whey Protein
    1 cup coarsely chopped nuts

    Melt butter in large bowl in microwave. Whisk cocoa in well, then SF syrup. Incorporate protein powder. Add chopped nuts Press into wax-paper-lined 9x9 pan & refrigerate. Caramel consistency, and much better than any of my old fudge recipes. Plus, no wasted calories. High Protein snack or dessert. Best cold.


    2 and 1/3 cups vanilla protein powder
    1 oz square unsweetened chocolate
    1/2 cup butter
    4 oz cream cheese
    1 oz chopped almonds
    1 tsp vanilla
    1 tsp peanut butter
    1/4 cup Splenda

    Melt butter, cream cheese, peanut butter and chocolate in bowl in microwave. Mix together very well and then add splenda & vanilla, mixing well again.

    Add walnuts and protein powder and mix. It will be difficult and messy to mix,
    you will have to use your hands near the end to knead it all together, squeezing so that the powder is incorporated into the mixture.

    Now place in an 8x8 0r 9x9 baking pan,
    flatten and refrigerate. When cooled
    and hardened, cut into 8 bars. Per bar: 21 grams protein, 3.15 carbs. This will vary according to the protein powder you use, I use Optimum Nutrtion as I have found it to be the best and it has 22g protein and 1.5g carbs in each scoop, but no aspartame.


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