Coffee, Tea & Sweets LIFESTYLE

Non-Dairy Homemade Protein Bar

I was inspired to make this healthy snack because my husband loves sweet. And while avoiding carbohydrates and sugar – I simply made this! Literally, it’s so simple!

Ingredients

50g raw quinoa

50g pumpkin seeds

50g Chia seeds

80g cashew nuts

100g gluten-free oats

150g crunchy peanut butter

50g organic maple syrup or raw honey

50ml organic extra virgin coconut oil, melted

1 tsp vanilla extract

1/4 tsp sea salt

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven at 200C
  2. Spread the seeds, oats and nuts in the tray and place in the oven for 6-8 mins
  3. Let it cool and put in a food processor or blender and place in a bowl
  4. Then mix the remaining ingredients
  5. Put the mixture in a tray and flatten out with the back of a spoon until smooth and compact
  6. Cover and place in a fridge for 1-2 hrs and then slice.

And there you go, stay energized all day long with these tasty bites. Enjoy!

Hello Stranger! We're thrilled you're here. We are Ed and Shay, originally from the Philippines but living in Ireland . We are both health enthusiasts and passionate about God's wonderful creations and making the most of our days on this earth. We dream of setting foot on every single country on planet earth, meeting adorable strangers and learning about new cultures. Our mission is to inspire you to live your best life -- be more adventurous, try new things, discover off the beaten path places and provide you with the best tips for your next trip.

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