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Apple Cinnamon Protein Bars

Protein Bar RecipesWhitney Carlson11 Comments

These lovelies are just that - totally sweet with a little piece of fall! (Yeah... I know it isn't fall, but that crisp air, the smell of campfires, leaves scattered on the ground, the smell of caramel apples - which I can't eat, but I like the smell.  Well, it takes me back! Let's just go with it!) Adapted from Jamie Eason's Low-Carb Apple Cinnamon Protein Bar recipe, these are totally scrumptious and won't mess with your diet at all! Take a look at the recipe and the macros - they are divine!

Clean Eat Recipe: Apple Cinnamon Protein Bars

adapted from Jamie Eason's Low-Carb Apple Cinnamon Protein Bar Recipe

Clean Eat Recipe :: Apple Cinnamon Protein Bars



1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

2. Spray a glass baking pan with olive oil spray to prevent sticking.

3. Combine the following ingredients in a bowl, whisking together to combine. Set aside.

  •     protein powder
  •     oat flour
  •     baking powder
  •     sea salt
  •     cinnamon
  •     nutmeg
  •     allspice

4. Using another bowl, combine the following ingredients, whisking together to combine.

5. Add wet ingredients (2nd bowl, step #4) to dry ingredients (1st bowl, step #3), whisking to combine.

6. Fold in grated apple and mix to combine.

7. Pour batter into glass baking pan.

8. Bake for approximately 25-28 minutes.

Makes 16 servings.

He & She Tips: Does it matter if I use a glass pan? Can I use a non-stick pan? YES! It does matter! For some reason, you get a much more cake-like consistency if you use a glass pan - trust us!  Store these in the refrigerator or freezer since they do not have preservatives and will spoil if left out.