Low Carb Protein Bars Recipe (Berry Chocolate Crumble)

They are perhaps one of the fastest-ready dessert recipes. Enjoy the advantages of using fewer ingredients and less time while eating a very innocent dessert with this low carb protein bar recipe.

Berry Chocolate Crumble Low Carb Protein Bars

You’ll fall in love with the looks of these cute pink bars as much as you’ll fall in love with the taste. Moreover, they get sugar only from berries.

While having a sharp taste with dark chocolate, it collides with the sour and sweet tastes of berries, and then a confusing flavor emerges.

In short, if you love everything dipped in chocolate as much as we do, this recipe is for you. These low-calorie, low-carb, high-protein and cold bars will keep you cool and guilt-free.

It’s pretty easy to make, and there’s no baking involved. We can promise that you will spend a very short time in the kitchen.

You’ll mix a few simple ingredients and leave the rest of the work in your freezer.

That’s all.

Low Carb Protein Bars Recipe

A step-by-step recipe is waiting for you to reach the full flavor of this tiny berries bar…

Yield: 8

Low Carb Protein Bars Recipe

Low Carb Protein Bars Recipe

The low-carb protein bar recipe fits well within your diet while offering numerous benefits.

However, it's important to consume them in moderation, just like anything else. Limit yourself to no more than 1 protein bar per day, and store the remaining bars in your refrigerator for up to 4-5 days.

Prep Time 20 minutes
Freezing Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 50 minutes

Ingredients

  • Blackberry Strawberry Mix (1 cup, fresh)
  • Coconut (2 cups, shredded or powdered)
  • Coconut Oil (1 1/2 fl oz)
  • Strawberry Whey Protein (2 scoops)
  • Dark Chocolate (1 cup, melted)

Instructions

  1. Wash blackberries and strawberries well.
  2. Blend until they become puree.
  3. Put the powdered coconut in a deep bowl.
  4. Add the mashed berry mix to it.
  5. Add coconut oil.
  6. Finally, add a pinch of salt and strawberry whey protein.
  7. Mix with a spoon until all the ingredients are combined.
  8. Cover a glass baking tray with baking paper.
  9. Pour the coconut mix into this tray and spread it across the tray by pressing it with your hand.
  10. Flatten the top, but try not to make it too thin.
  11. Freeze for 1 hour.
  12. Remove from the freezer and cut into medium cubes.
  13. Place the bar cubes on an oven grate and line the floor beneath with baking paper.
  14. Pour the melted chocolate over the bar cubes. The chocolate must be hot.
  15. Spread a generous amount of chocolate on the bar cubes.
  16. Freeze for half an hour.

Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 210Total Fat 13gNet Carbohydrates 10gProtein 8g

What Else?

Eating these bars, which are compatible with many diets, will not harm you but also will add a few benefits.

For example, it is possible to protect your skin’s beauty with these bars because it is ready to offer it to you thanks to coconuts.

Dark chocolate may help to reduce the risk of heart disease and provide you with powerful antioxidants, but the only thing you need to pay attention to here is the dark chocolate you choose should be at least 80% cocoa.

It contains blackberry, which is famous for fighting cancer cells. Although strawberries have countless benefits, use only 1 cup of blackberries if you wish, as blackberries have relatively stronger properties.

In addition, this excellent recipe is suitable not only for those who follow a low carb diet but also for those who follow a Paleo diet.

Cut out whey protein from the recipe list or use a Paleo-friendly protein powder only if you’re following a Paleo diet.

If you can tolerate small amounts of lactose, then you can use strawberry protein powder.

See Also:

500 Calorie Protein Shake

Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars

Coconut Panna Cota

Low Calorie Paleo Desserts

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High Fiber Low Carb Foods

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