Peanut Butter Protein Squares

Peanut Butter Protein Square Recipe Eli Brecher

Peanut Butter Protein Square Recipe Eli Brecher

These Peanut Butter Protein Squares are my new obsession and now that I’ve created this recipe, there’s no going back! They’re made up of three layers of total bliss – an oaty flapjack base, a protein-packed fudge and a dark chocolate coating.

Like all my recipes, they contain no gluten, dairy or refined sugar, plus they’re high in fibre from the wholegrain oats. The best bit is how easy they are to throw together – no oven required!

They were a mega hit when I brought them to Friday night dinner a few weeks ago and I’ve had so many requests to make them again from everyone who’s tried them!

In terms of protein powders, my personal favourite is Planet Paleo’s Organic Bone Broth Sports Protein, which comes in either Chocolate or Vanilla & Banana flavours. Both are delicious blended into a smoothie, stirred into porridge or used in baking, and bone broth contains easily digestible proteins such as collagen and gelatine, so is great for tissue repair and overall fitness. You can use the code ELI10 for a discount on Planet Paleo. I’m also a big fan of the protein powders by Nuzest (discount code: ELIB) and JS Health (discount code: UKEB15).

If you like these Peanut Butter Protein Squares, I think you’ll LOVE my Chocolate Peanut Butter Jelly Cups, Trillionaire Shortbread and Peanut Butter Choc Chip Cookie Pie!

Let me know if you make them on Instagram @elibrechernutrition

Peanut Butter Protein Square Recipe Eli Brecher

Peanut Butter Protein Squares Recipe

INGREDIENTS

Makes 10

BASE:⠀

PROTEIN FUDGE⠀

CHOCOLATE TOPPING⠀

 

METHOD

  1. BASE – add the oats, peanut butter and maple syrup to a large mixing bowl and mix very well. Transfer to a lined baking dish and place in the fridge.⠀
  2. PROTEIN FUDGE – add peanut butter and maple syrup to a bowl and mix well until no lumps remain. Stir in the protein powder and mix until fully combined. Spread this over the oaty base and refrigerate.⠀
  3. TOPPING – melt the dark chocolate and coconut oil on a low heat, stirring frequently. Pour over the top layer and refrigerate for 20 mins. Slice and store in the fridge.⠀

If you give this recipe a try, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @elibrechernutrition – I LOVE seeing all your recreations!

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