Recipe of the Week: Protein Pudding Bars
I’m not a fan of most store-bought protein bars, but love homemade ones.
This is a simple, tasty recipe from my cookbook, The Shredded Chef. What I like to do is leave the bars in the baking dish and keep the dish in the fridge at the office, and then portion them out as needed.
8 (1 bar per serving)
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Protein Per Serving
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Fat Per Serving
8 scoops chocolate or vanilla whey protein powder
3 cups old-fashioned oats
1 package sugar-free fat-free pudding (use same flavor as protein)
2 cups skim milk
Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and mix until a sticky batter is formed.
Coat a shallow baking dish in cooking spray and spread the mixture out over the dish.
Place in the refrigerator overnight, cut into 8 equal bars once set.
What You End Up With
What did you think of this week’s recipe? Let me know in the comments below!
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