50 Protein Powder Dessert Recipes (Quick & Easy)

While protein powders are traditionally used in a protein shake by simply mixing with water, utilizing a protein powder in more creative ways such as in baked goods, is a great way to create healthier versions of your favorite desserts and nail your protein targets.

There are countless different ways to use your favorite protein powder in a dessert, and in this article I share 50 different recipes for you to try.

1. 3 Ingredient No Churn Vanilla Protein Ice Cream

This simple ice cream recipe does not require an ice cream maker and can be made with your blender or food processor. The two main ingredients in this recipe are bananas and protein powder, with the option to add in a bit of coconut cream for a fat source.

You could play with the flavor of your ice cream simply by switching up the type of protein powder you are using. For example, if you wanted chocolate ice cream, you could use a chocolate protein powder (My favorite is the Transparent Labs Whey Protein Isolateclick to read my review).

Find the recipe for the 3 Ingredient No Churn Vanilla Protein Ice Cream here.

121 calories per serving.

2. Protein Pudding- Chocolate or Vanilla

This protein pudding recipe could serve as either a dessert or a sweet breakfast recipe. It contains no added sugar and uses chia seeds as a source of healthy fat and fiber.

You can use vanilla protein powder for this recipe, and if you want to make it a chocolate pudding you can simply add 1 Tbsp of cocoa or cacao powder.

Find the Protein Pudding- Chocolate or Vanilla Recipe here.

312 Calories per serving

3. Peanut Butter Banana Protein Donuts

While most traditional donuts lack protein, these peanut butter and banana donuts contain an impressive 8.5 grams of protein per serving.

The majority of this protein content would come from the protein powder, but the peanut butter and eggs in this recipe would also contribute to the protein content in this dessert.

These donuts also contain very little added sugar (around ¼ cup of honey) which makes them a much healthier alternative to a regular donut.

Check out the recipe for the Peanut Butter Banana Protein Donuts recipe here.

228 calories per serving

4. Cookie Dough Protein Balls

Not only are these cookie dough balls a delicious high-protein dessert, but they are incredibly easy to make and don’t require any baking time.

These cookie dough balls are gluten-free and could be dairy free as well if you decide to opt for a plant-based protein powder. You can keep these in your freezer in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks at a time for those moments when you are craving a sweet treat.

Find the recipe for the Cookie Dough Protein Balls here.

205 Calories per serving

5. Cinnamon Swirl Protein Cake

This protein cake recipe contains healthy whole-food ingredients and minimal sugar, so you could even have this dessert for breakfast.

The entire serving of this single-serve protein cake contains a whopping 31.5 grams of protein, only 1 gram of sugar, and 1.9 grams of fat. This is a perfect recipe to satisfy a sweet craving if you only have protein macros left for the day and you have to keep your carbohydrate and fat intake a bit lower.

Try out the Cinnamon Swirl Protein Cake recipe here.

217 calories for the entire recipe

6. High Protein Jell-O Mousse

This delicious high-protein Jell-O mousse recipe can be incredibly versatile since you can switch up the flavor of the sugar-free Jell-O that you are using (this recipe uses a sugar-free black cherry flavor).

Not only does this recipe utilize an unflavoured protein powder to boost the protein content, it also uses Greek yogurt, which is a highly nutritious and protein-rich food to add to your dessert.

Try out the High Protein Jell-O Mousse Recipe here.

42 calories per serving.

7. Applesauce Birthday Cake Protein Balls

Is there really anything better than a birthday cake dessert?

These easy birthday cake protein balls only require 6 ingredients and about 10 minutes to make. If you want to keep this completely refined sugar-free, you can even opt out of adding any sort of granulated sugar, or you could opt for a zero-calorie alternative such as stevia.

Applesauce is also a great way to sweeten a dessert recipe without having to utilize white sugar.

This recipe specifically calls for using a plant-based protein powder and mentions that using a whey protein might result in the batter being gummier and less ideal.

Try the Applesauce Birthday Cake Protein Balls recipe here.

42 Calories per serving

8. Protein Rice Krispie Treats

These rice Krispie treats would make a great post-workout snack since they are higher in carbs and protein while also being lower in fat. The entire recipe only calls for 4 ingredients and very little prep time.

This particular recipe uses a sugar cookie-flavored protein powder, but if you do not have access to this a regular vanilla protein powder would work great as well.

Try the Protein Rice Krispie Treats recipe here.

234 Calories per serving

9. Protein Sugar Cookie

Ironically, these protein-sugar cookies are relatively low in sugar, with only 3.6 grams per cookie. This recipe is also a gluten-free option for anyone who follows a gluten-free diet.

These cookies contain both a vanilla flavored and unflavoured protein powder which is both great staples to keep in your pantry for high-protein baked goods. Each one of these cookies contains about 227 calories making it a better low-calorie option to a regular sugar cookie.

Try the recipe for the Protein Sugar Cookie here.

227 Calories per serving

10. Protein Muddy Buddies

This dessert recipe is a great option next time you are in charge of bringing a sweet treat to a party or holiday dinner party since the entire recipe serves 12 people and is great snack food.

The recipe calls for vanilla protein powder, but as usual, you could play around with the flavors in this recipe by using other protein powders (such as chocolate, cookies, and cream, or salted caramel).

You could either use the powdered sugar that the recipe calls for, or you could reduce the sugar content in the recipe by substituting the sugar for powdered erythritol (a calorie-free sweetener) as the recipe suggests.

Try the recipe for the Protein Muddy Buddies here.

202 Calories per serving.

11. Carrot Cake Protein Slices

Who knew that carrot cake could be high in protein?!

With this delicious recipe, you can enjoy your all-time favorite carrot cake while getting an impressive 14 grams of protein per slice. Not only that, but this cake is a great option if you are watching your carb intake since each slice only contains 9 grams of carbohydrates.

You could bake this recipe to enjoy with friends right away, or you can store it in an airtight container in the fridge for about a week.

Try the Carrot Cake Protein Slice recipe here.

152 Calories per serving.

12. Cookies and Cream Oreo Protein Balls

Cookies and Cream happen to be my all-time favorite dessert, so these protein balls almost seem too good to be true.

This recipe only requires 6 ingredients and contains 5 grams of protein per cookie and cream ball. The recipe also calls for crushed Oreos, but you could easily modify this dessert to be gluten-free by opting for gluten-free Oreos instead.

Try the recipe for Cookies and Cream Oreo Protein Balls here.

74 Calories per serving.

13. Low-Calorie Protein Pumpkin Mug Cake

With it being the season for all things pumpkin spice, this protein pumpkin mug cake can help you to satisfy those Fall cravings with a single-serving recipe.

This recipe is very low in fat at only 1 gram per serving, which would also make it a good choice for a pre or post-workout meal. The prep time and cook time are only 1 minute each, and the best type of protein powder to use in this situation is vanilla protein powder in order to make sure the flavors from the pumpkin are not lost.

Try the Low-Calorie Protein Pumpkin Mug Cake Recipe here.

190 Calories per serving

14. High- Protein Gingerbread Cookies

Speaking of holiday baking, these gingerbread cookies are the perfect high-protein dessert to bake and share with your friends and family during the holiday season.

The recipe calls for flours such as almond and coconut flour, meaning it is suitable for those with a gluten allergy or intolerance. Not only that, but these calories are quite low in calories which makes them a great option if you are nearing your calorie targets for the day, but are still craving something sweet.

Try the recipe for the High-Protein Gingerbread Cookies here.

85 Calories per serving

15. Protein Angel Food Cake

Brace yourself, you could eat this entire protein angel food cake recipe for only 136 calories, and a whopping 53 grams of protein.

In fact, this recipe is so simple that it only requires 5 ingredients, the majority of which are quite high in protein (mainly the egg whites and the protein powder). With this particular recipe, it will be important to stick with a vanilla protein powder since a different flavored option would make it much less like a true angel food cake.

You could try topping this recipe with strawberries and a light whipped cream if you had a few extra calories to spare and wanted to enhance the recipe even further.

Try the Protein Angel Food Cake recipe here.

136 calories for the entire recipe.

16. Easy, Low Calorie, High Protein, Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookies

These easy and delicious cookies require no bake time and are similar to a home-made Oreo cookie (with much less sugar and calories).

In addition to the vanilla protein powder that is called for in this dessert, the recipe also calls for peanut butter powder which is high in protein and a lower fat option compared to regular peanut butter.

Try the recipe for the Easy, Low Calorie, High Protein, Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookies here.

35 Calories per serving

17. Protein Chocolate Chip Loaf

This protein chocolate chip loaf makes a total of 8 servings, and is quite low calorie at only 89 calories per slice. Each slice contains around 6.5 grams of protein which will help you to feel full and satisfied rather than hungry a short time later.

This is another gluten-free recipe that is high in protein and uses stevia (a natural calorie-free sweetener) in order to help keep the calorie and sugar content of this recipe low.

Check out the Protein Chocolate Chip Loaf recipe here.

89 Calories per serving

18. Salted Caramel Snickerdoodle Protein Balls

Protein balls are such an easy and high-protein dessert recipe that you can keep in your freezer for those moments when your sweet tooth is acting up. This particular recipe calls for a plain vanilla protein powder, with most of the other ingredients being foods that are typical pantry staples.

This recipe yields around 30 protein balls, with each serving containing 3 grams of protein. Since these protein balls are quite low-calorie, you could likely enjoy a few as a dessert to help you hit your protein goals.

Try the Salted Caramel Snickerdoodle Protein Balls recipe here.

65 Calories per serving

19. Protein Peanut Butter Cups

These peanut butter cups are a great high-protein alternative to a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup and only contain 4 simple ingredients.

If you want to keep the sugar content of this recipe down, make sure you are choosing dark chocolate with no added sugar. If you decide to do this, the majority of your sweet flavor will come from your flavored vanilla protein powder.

You could also switch up this recipe by swapping out peanut butter for almond butter and making an almond butter cup instead.

Try the Protein Peanut Butter Cups recipe here.

352 Calories per serving

20. Chocolate Workout Brownies

Why are these called workout brownies? Likely because they contain a significant source of protein while also containing a healthy source of carbohydrates from the ripe bananas, making them a great source of fuel for a workout.

Each brownie contains around 5 grams of protein per serving and is relatively low in calories, meaning that you can enjoy a delicious brownie without blowing your calorie budget for the day.

Try the Chocolate Workout Brownies recipe here.

126 Calories per serving.

21. High Protein Frozen Yogurt

Not only is this frozen yogurt dessert high in protein, but it is also incredibly versatile since you can swap out the types of fruit that you are using. This particular recipe uses frozen mango and frozen raspberries, giving it a light tropical flavor.

Between the whey protein powder and the Greek yogurt in this recipe, it’s no wonder that each serving of this frozen yogurt contains an impressive 19 grams of protein.

Try the High Protein Frozen Yogurt recipe here.

170 Calories per serving

22. Simple Vegan Protein Hot Chocolate

Dessert doesn’t necessarily have to be something that you eat, and instead could be something that you drink. This protein hot chocolate contains only 1 gram of sugar per serving, which is much unlike regular hot chocolate.

The only ingredients you need to make this recipe are dairy-free milk, a vegan protein powder, and unsweetened cacao powder. The protein powder that you use can either be chocolate or vanilla since you will automatically get a chocolate flavor from the cacao powder.

Try the recipe for the Simple Vegan Protein Hot Chocolate here.

94 calories per serving

23. Cake Batter Protein Fudge

Although it might seem like making fudge is a complicated process, this particular recipe only takes around 15 minutes to put together, and only requires about 5 ingredients. However, this fudge recipe does take at least 2 hours to set in the fridge before you can consume or serve it to others.

If you want to try making a chocolate fudge you could always try swapping out the vanilla protein powder for a chocolate flavor, but for a cake batter fudge, vanilla protein powder is likely going to be your best bet.

Try the recipe for Cake Batter Protein Fudge here.

134 Calories per serving

24. Low Carb Chocolate Protein Cookies

Not only are these cookies low in carbohydrates, but they also contain exclusively plant-based ingredients and utilize a plant-based protein powder instead of a whey protein.

This recipe uses almond flour instead of regular wheat flour, which is a good option if you want to avoid gluten or grains. This dessert also contains no added sugar and utilizes the natural sweetener stevia instead, which helps to keep the carb content of these cookies lower.

Try the Low Carb Chocolate Protein Cookies recipe here.

324 Calories per serving

25. Blueberry Vanilla Protein Muffins

Although muffins may not traditionally be categorized as a dessert, the sweet flavors in this particular muffin recipe make it a great high-protein dessert option if you are wanting something sweet after a meal.

As with most of the recipes in this article, this recipe calls for a vanilla protein powder, which will provide a light vanilla flavor without overpowering the flavor of the blueberries. This recipe also calls for Greek yogurt which adds an additional protein serving, and each muffin contains around 9 grams of protein.

Check out the Blueberry Vanilla Protein Muffins Recipe here.

114 Calories per serving

26. Lemon Coconut Protein Balls

These lemon coconut protein balls utilize mainly vanilla protein powder, coconut, and lemon zest in order to achieve a fresh and delicious lemon flavor that is also high in protein.

These protein balls contain 5 grams of protein, but also contain a significant 12 grams of fat. This means you will likely only need 1 or 2 of these lemon balls to feel nice and full.

Try the Lemon Coconut Protein Balls Recipe here.

148 Calories per serving

27. Protein Coffee Cake with Crumble Topping

This gluten-free version of a coffee cake not only utilizes protein powder in its batter but also includes a crumbled protein bar for its topping.

Although this is called a coffee cake, there is actually no coffee included in the recipe! Rather, coffee cakes are normally something that you would serve with coffee, so many coffee cake recipes actually do not contain this ingredient.

This high-protein cake is also a great option if you are watching your sugar intake since it only contains 1 gram of sugar per serving.

Try the recipe for the Protein Coffee Cake with Crumble Topping here.

206 Calories per serving

28. Crustless Protein Pumpkin Pie

This crustless spin on a traditional pumpkin pie uses a vanilla protein powder, a premixed vanilla protein shake, and eggs to create a high-protein version of a holiday favorite.

This recipe contains around 11 grams of protein per slice and is quite low in calories. The pumpkin puree in this recipe also provides healthy nutrients such as fiber, copper, folate, manganese, calcium, magnesium, and potassium.

Try the Crustless Protein Pumpkin Pie recipe here.

84 Calories per serving

29. Lemon Protein Cupcakes

This particular cupcake recipe utilizes vanilla protein powder, plain Greek yogurt, and egg whites so that each serving contains around 10 grams of protein.

This recipe also suggests using an egg substitute if you are trying to avoid eggs or if you have an allergy, which makes this dessert versatile for those with specific dietary preferences.

Try the Lemon Protein Cupcake recipe here.

112 Calories per serving

30. Banana Protein Powder Nutella Muffins

Even though muffins aren’t technically seen as a dessert, these have Nutella as an ingredient, so we are making a super sweet exception. While these will satisfy your sweet craving, they will also contribute around 8 grams of protein to your daily protein goal per serving.

These Nutella muffins also contain healthy ingredients such as eggs, banana, Greek yogurt, and ground flaxseed. Flaxseed in particular is a healthy source of Omega 3 essential fats that contribute to a healthy heart.

Try the recipe for Banana Protein Powder Nutella Muffins here.

203 calories per serving

31. Protein Red Velvet Muffins

Nothing says dessert like red velvet, and these delicious muffins taste just like a dessert while also containing protein from a protein powder and eggs.

The recipe does not specify what flavor of protein powder to use, so I would suggest using a vanilla protein powder in order to make sure the flavor from the cocoa powder is not crowded out.

Try the Protein Red Velvet Muffins recipe here.

185 Calories per serving

32. Protein Cinnamon Rolls

These cinnamon rolls utilize protein powder in both the batter and the icing and contain relatively low amounts of sugar compared to a regular cinnamon roll.

This cinnamon roll recipe is also quite low in fat, as it uses egg whites and fat-free cream cheese as opposed to higher-fat ingredients. This results in each cinnamon roll being quite low calories at 80 calories per serving.

Try the recipe for Protein Cinnamon Rolls here.

80 Calories per serving

33.  Strawberry Protein Cheesecake

This protein cheesecake is incredibly easy to make and is packed with protein at 24 grams for 1 single slice.

You could keep this recipe as a strawberry cheesecake, or you could switch it up with different fruit toppings such as blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries. This protein cheesecake only has around 162 calories per slice which makes it a much lower calorie and lower fat option than traditional strawberry cheesecake.

Try the recipe for Strawberry Protein Cheesecake here.

162 Calories per serving

34. Keto Chocolate Protein Ice Cream Recipe

This particular protein ice cream recipe is low in carbohydrates and higher in protein and fat which is what makes it keto friendly.

The other main difference with this protein powder recipe is that it uses a collagen protein powder, which is a bit different than whey or plant-based protein powder.

Collagen protein is not made of dairy or plant-based proteins, but rather is made from extracting collagen mainly from the connective tissues and hides of animals, and has been shown to be beneficial for hair, skin, nail, and gut health. I personally recommend collagen protein powder to any clients who have a sensitivity to whey or plant-based proteins.

Try the recipe for Keto Chocolate Protein Ice Cream here.

233 Calories per serving

35. Low-Calorie No Bake Peanut Butter Protein Balls

These peanut butter protein balls make for the perfect chocolate dessert at the end of the day and only contain 83 calories per serving.

They are also extremely easy to make and require only 4 ingredients. Other than the vanilla protein powder, the peanut butter powder in this recipe provides a good amount of protein with about 4 grams of protein per tablespoon.

Try the recipe for Low-Calorie No Bake Peanut Butter Protein Balls recipe here.

83 Calories per serving

36. Swolemate Sugar Cookies

Although I shared a high-protein sugar cookie earlier in the article, these ones are a bit different because they utilize coconut flour and almond flour rather than oat flour. These cookies are also topped with a cream cheese frosting which further adds to the delicious flavor.

These cookies use 2 scoops of vanilla protein powder per batch and contain about 8 grams of protein per cookie. They are also quite low in fat, containing only 2 grams per serving.

Find the recipe for the Swolemate Sugar Cookies here.

76 Calories per serving.

37. Healthy Cookie Dough Blizzard

If you have a craving for a blizzard, this is the perfect high-protein recipe to try that contains healthy plant-based ingredients.

You could also turn this into cookies and cream blizzard by swapping out the cookie dough chunks in the blizzard for crushed-up Oreo cookies. Although this is a dessert recipe it is filled with healthy protein and fat and uses frozen bananas to create a creamy delicious texture.

Check out the recipe for the Healthy Cookie Dough Blizzard here.

Roughly 550 Calories for the entire recipe.

38. Vegan Protein Chickpea Blondies

This is another great plant-based dessert recipe if you want to avoid dairy products, and uses a vanilla plant-based protein powder in the batter.

In addition to the protein powder, chickpeas are also a great source of plant-based protein and contain healthy nutrients and dietary fiber that help to regulate digestion.

This recipe also gives substitution suggestions if you want to use whey or unflavoured protein, which is helpful if you don’t have a plant-based vanilla protein powder in your pantry.

Find the recipe for Vegan Protein Chickpea Blondies here.

195 Calories per serving

39. Healthy Carrot Cake Cookies

This dessert recipe takes the wonderful flavors and textures of carrot cake and molds it into a delicious cookie recipe. This recipe does not contain any dairy and utilizes a vanilla soy protein instead.

These cookies are also low in fat, high in fiber, and free of any refined sugar. If you want to add to this dessert, the recipe suggests making these into cookie cakes with a healthy vegan cream cheese filling which you can find here.

Try out the recipe for Healthy Carrot Cake Cookies here.

Roughly 121 Calories per serving

40. High Protein Banana Bread

This banana bread is much higher in protein and lower in sugar compared to conventional banana bread, and uses calorie-free sweeteners like erythritol instead of refined sugar.

This banana bread is also gluten-free and uses a vanilla whey protein powder in the batter. For each slice of banana bread, you are eating around 10 grams of protein and only 3 grams of sugar.

Try out the High Protein Banana Bread recipe here.

300 Calories per serving

41. Coconut Oatmeal Protein Cookies

These coconut oatmeal cookies are a great option if you want to switch it up from a traditional oatmeal chocolate chip cookie.

This recipe is also egg and egg white-free, making it a great option for anyone with an allergy or intolerance to eggs. Each cookie contains about 7 grams of protein, and the recipe makes roughly 10 cookies.

Try the recipe for the Coconut Oatmeal Protein Cookies here.

242 Calories per serving.

42. S’mores Protein Pudding

This delicious s’mores pudding only contains 5 simple ingredients and uses high-protein Greek yogurt alongside a chocolate brownie-flavored protein powder in order to achieve a S’mores flavor.

Other than the small number of mini marshmallows and 1 graham cracker that is added to this pudding, this recipe contains no added sugar. It is also a single-serving recipe, containing roughly 45 grams of protein in the entire dessert.

Try the Smores Protein Pudding recipe here.

320 Calories per serving

43.  Brownie Batter Dip for One

Once you have all of the ingredients for this recipe, the prep time is very minimal. Simply mix all of the ingredients together and get your dip on! This recipe says that you can use either a chocolate or vanilla-flavored protein, so it will work with whatever you have handy.

The recipe suggests that this brownie batter dip will work with a cracker, a cookie, a spoon, or even your finger. I would also recommend trying to dip fruit such as sliced strawberries, apples, or bananas into this rich high protein batter dip.

Try the recipe for Brownie Batter Dip for One here.

362 Calories for the entire recipe

44. Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Fudge

This fudge recipe is heavy on the chocolate, using both a chocolate protein powder and cocoa powder combined with peanut butter for an extra rich flavor and texture.

Other than the sweet flavor provided by the chocolate protein powder, the only other sweetener in this fudge is provided by a small amount of maple syrup. At only 93 calories per serving, this fudge is also a great source of fat and is very low in sugar (only 1 gram per serving).

Try the recipe for Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Fudge here.

93 Calories per serving.

45. Healthy Protein Powder Cookie Dough

Cookie dough is the ultimate dessert, and while you probably shouldn’t eat regular cookie dough raw, this recipe allows you to eat the entire recipe with zero guilt.

This cookie dough recipe does not contain eggs which makes it safe to eat in a raw form. It uses a vanilla protein powder in the batter for flavor combined with coconut flour. The entire recipe contains only 195 calories, 19 grams of protein, and a low 5 grams of fat.

Try the recipe for Healthy Protein Powder Cookie Dough here.

195 Calories per serving

46. Protein Donut

This recipe is for a simple protein donut that contains only plant-based ingredients. These donuts also utilize oat flour instead of traditional flour and give you the option of using regular sugar or a sugar-free alternative such as erythritol.

For the frosting on this donut, the recipe suggests decorating the donuts using their chocolate protein frosting recipe which you can find here. These donuts are very low calories at only 81.5 calories per serving.

Try the recipe for the Protein Donut here.

81.5 Calories per serving

47.  Raspberry Coconut Energy Balls

These energy balls can double as a dessert or as a healthy sweet snack.

These delicious energy balls contain a ton of healthy fats in the form of coconut shavings, coconut flour, coconut oil, and raw sunflower seeds. Sunflower seeds in particular are high in antioxidants and are a great source of nutrients such as Vitamin E and Vitamin B1.

You could change up the flavor of these energy balls by using different berries such as blueberries or strawberries.

Try the Raspberry Coconut Energy Balls recipe here.

110 Calories per serving

48. 1-Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake

A quick and easy mug cake is the perfect solution for a late-night sweet craving. This particular mug cake recipe only has 2 grams of sugar, but packs in 24 grams of protein.

This mug cake recipe is lower in calories because it opts to use peanut butter powder instead of regular peanut butter. Peanut butter powder is lower in fat, but still provides a substantial amount of protein.

Try the recipe for the 1-Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake here.

170 Calories for the entire recipe

49. High Protein Cake Pops

This recipe makes a total of 6 cake pops, each containing around 8 grams of protein.

This particular recipe uses peanut butter and chocolate-flavored protein but suggests that you can switch up the type of protein powder in order to switch up the flavor (for example, you could make vanilla cake pops with a vanilla-flavored protein powder.)

Unlike traditional cake pops that are packed with refined sugar, these high-protein cake pops only contain around 3 grams of sugar per serving.

Try the recipe for High Protein Cake Pops here.

164 Calories per serving.

50. Caramel Almond Protein Bars

These caramel almond protein bars have 3 different layers, and protein powder is a component in 2 of the layers. The recipe calls for both an unflavoured and a vanilla protein powder.

Each one of these bars contains 10 grams of protein, and uses oat flour in order to keep the recipe gluten free and low in sugar. The entire recipe makes about 6 bars, so if you want to make more, simply double the ingredients in the recipe to double what the recipe yields.

Try the recipe for Caramel Almond Protein Bars here.

140 Calories per serving

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About The Author

Colby Roy

Colby Roy is a holistic health and nutrition coach. She is certified through Precision Nutrition and has a passion for all things nutrition and healing the body. More specifically, Colby likes to work with clients who want to optimize their gut health and energy levels.

About The Author

Colby Roy

Colby Roy is a holistic health and nutrition coach. She is certified through Precision Nutrition and has a passion for all things nutrition and healing the body. More specifically, Colby likes to work with clients who want to optimize their gut health and energy levels.

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