Chocolate protein bars (with sweet potato)

These chocolate protein bars are gluten-free, grain-free, can quickly be made vegan, and make an awesome balanced macro treat. You can make these as part of meal prep, or enjoy them as a healthy reward that tastes like dessert.

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For todays post, I wished to re-share this recipe due to the fact that its such a good one therefore convenient for busy days. I love to make at least one healthy treat to have on hand every week and this is one of my favorites! It tastes like dessert and is packed with protein: chocolate protein bars!
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These are extremely easy to assemble, and I like that they have a natural sweetness + amazing texture from baked sweet potato. Theyre a fantastic part for meal prep, plus are gluten-free and balanced in macros.
If you d like to offer them a shot, heres the dish!

Chocolate Protein Bars with Sweet Potato

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Active ingredients

Prep Time: 15
Total Time: 15
Yield: 6 1x

A delicious and healthy reward that tastes like dessert. I like to have 2 squares for a sweet, protein-dense treat.

1/3 C sweet potato flesh (from a big baked sweet potato. The canned things does not taste as excellent).
2 eggs.
1 egg white.
1/2 chocolate bar, melted (can utilize a double-boiler if youre feeling fancy, or a glass bowl in the microwave. Microwave the chocolate in 30 second periods, stopping to stir in between).
2 scoops protein powder of choice (I utilized vanilla Garden of Life; chocolate would be awesome, too).
1/3 C brown rice flour (or any gluten-free flour).
1 t vanilla.
1/4 t baking powder.
pinch salt.
pinch cinnamon.
Sweetener of option if required (maple syrup, honey, Stevia, coconut sugar).

To make these vegan, make certain to utilize a vegan chocolate bar, and replacement 3 chia or flax eggs for the regular eggs. To make the flax or chia egg, integrate 3 tablespoons of either chia or ground flax with 3 tablespoons water.

Notes.

I love to make at least one healthy snack to have on hand each week and this is one of my faves! It tastes like dessert and is loaded with protein: chocolate protein bars!
A healthy and tasty treat that tastes like dessert. I like to have 2 squares for a sweet, protein-dense treat. Check out the notes listed below for vegan option.

Preheat oven to 350 and spray a little baking meal (I used an 8 × 8 meal) with nonstick spray or coconut oil.
Mix all of the active ingredients in a big bowl. Put mixture into the baking meal and smooth with a spatula.
Bake 20 minutes, or till toothpick inserted in the “cake” comes out clean.

Nutrition stats can be found here. ( 6 servings// 88 cal per serving// 10g carbohydrate// 5g protein// 3g fat// WW wise points: 3).
Please let me understand what you believe.
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Gina.
Photos: Ari at Well Seasoned.

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