Carrot Cake Protein Bars
Carrot Cake Protein Bars!
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Today's recipe is Carrot Cake Protein Bars.
Jamie Eason's Carrot Cake Protein Bars
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- 1 cup oat flour
- 2 scoops vanilla whey protein
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/8 tsp allspice
- 1/8 tsp nutmeg
- 4 egg whites
- 3/4 cup Splenda, Truvia, or Ideal
- 8 oz baby food carrots
- 4 oz water
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix flour, whey protein, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, baking soda and salt together in a bowl.
- Mix egg whites, Splenda, baby food carrots and water (optional) in a bowl.
- Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix together.
- Spray glass pyrex dish with non-stick butter spray.
- Pour ingredients into dish.
- Bake 20-30 minutes.
Makes 16 squares.
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Serving Size 2 squares
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The instant I took the first bite, I thought I was eating pumpkin pie too!
So I have two different whey powders. One has a huge scoop the other a small scoop. Comparing the two scoop to the one scoop seems equivalent. Does that mean I only use one scoop instead of two for the bigger one? Common sense tells me yes so that is what I did but my bars came out dense and wet despite a clean toothpick. Maybe from the water? Taste is good. Guess I'll play around with them :) Would like to try a banana version of these since I always end up with brown bananas.
instead of 'baby food carrots', I make 8 oz of my own carrot puree. I chop up the carrots and put them in a put I put just enough water to cover the carrots. I boil them until they are soft. Then I put the carrots and remaining water in my vitamix and purree. Lovely
I'm assuming that the nutritional info listed above (10 gm protein) is for 1 square? Just a little confusing as it says it makes 16 squares, and that the serving size is 2 squares.
Thanks for any clarification,
I just posted a similar question....I asked if I could just cut into 8 squares, since serving size was 2 (cut into 16 squares). Nutritional info must be for 2/16th or 1/8th right?
I purchased regular quick cooking oatmeal and put it in my food processor until it was ground. It won't be as fine as a normal white flour but works great. I make this all the time.