Not only do these Apple Pie Protein Squares taste just like apple pie, you only need six ingredients, one bowl, and ten minutes to make them!
I am so excited that one of my best friends (that lives on the other side of the country) is finally sharing one of her awesome recipes! We've only known each other for a few years but clicked instantly when we met. We actually met when I flew out to San Diego for training and also hosted a Wellness 101 event that she came to! We have so much in common...mainly minimalism and hiking. 😉 She flew out to GA this past August to attend a training for our business so we got to catch up and hike together (below is a picture of us on top of Yonah Mountain in GA that I posted on Instagram)! You will love her and this recipe!
Apple Pie Protein Bars
Hey there He and She Eat Clean readers! Kenzie here from Little Farmhouse on the Mountain (formally Hettman Homestead).
I wanted to share a recipe that our whole family loves to eat during the holidays. My two little kids even think it's a treat! (I love when that happens.)
Before I tell you about the protein bars, I wanted to make a confession... I'm all about that apple pie. That pumpkin pie. And any pie really. Unfortunately, I know I can't just eat pie all winter (sigh), so I like to create healthy recipes that do the trick.
These protein bars are guilt-free even though it tastes like you're indulging in a slice of apple pie.
Not only do these protein bars taste just like apple pie, you only need 6 ingredients, one bowl, and 10 minutes to make them! I got your back. The holiday season is hectic and you don't have time to be Martha Stewart. I know the struggle. 😉
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Not only do these apple pie protein squares taste just like apple pie, you only need six ingredients, one bowl, and ten minutes to make them!
- Combine applesauce, maple syrup. cashew butter, and cinnamon in a large mixing bowl. Dump flour and protein powder on top of the wet ingredients, then stir together until just mixed.
- Dust a cutting board with oat flour and roll the dough in the flour. Work the dough until it’s no longer sticky. Finally, roll the dough into a ball and place the dough in a square baking dish.
- Flatten the dough evenly until it fills the baking dish, cover, then refrigerate for an hour or so.
- Remove from the refrigerator after it has set and cut into squares.
- We usually cut ours into 9 squares.
- Store in the refrigerator to maintain freshness.
- Category: Snack
- Cuisine: American