If you’re like me convenient healthy snacks you can grab and go are a must. Sure, you can buy them, but at $3 and $4 a pop, that can really add up. Besides, what you get from the store may contain all kinds of artificial sweeteners, flavors, colors, and who knows what really?
Well, I have a solution. I found nine great healthy snack bar recipes that you’re gonna just love. Choose one, make a batch and keep them in the fridge for those times you need a quick pick me up. Most of these will make great meal replacements too.
So presenting, without further ado….
From Roxana’s Home Baking Blog – Homemade Healthy Snack Bars
These snack bars are packed with oats, hemp and chia seeds, flaxmeal and dried fruit. Ingredients that pack loads of energy, healthy protein, oils and nutrients.
This recipe is gluten free, vegan, and super easy. Enjoy!
From Whole Lifestyle Nutrition – Finally A Healthy Organic “No Bake” Energy Bar Recipe
This is an amazing energy bar recipe. No baking, how easy is that? This recipe is packed with nuts which contain super healthy oils. The blog author suggests some options like adding dried fruit (cranberries, pineapple, papaya, and organic raisins), coconut, carob chips to name a few.
Next up is Jeanette’s Healthy Living Blog and – No-Bake Gluten/Oat/Casein/Soy-Free “Clif” Granola Bars
This one, as the name implies, is also a no bake treat. Jammed with Quinoa, a high protein super healthy grain, and flax seeds which are loaded with healthy omega3 fatty acids, this recipe is sure to do your body good and satisfy your hunger.
From Natural Mother’s Network – Homemade Protein Bar Recipe
This no bake homemade protein bar recipe is simple to make and like the others, can be cut into individual sized bars ready as an on-the-go nibble to enjoy after a work-out, or as a treat to pop into the kiddies’ lunch boxes.
From Passionate Homemaking – Nourishing Protein Bars – A Great Whole Foods Snack
Here is a protein bar made with whole foods that looks just awesome! A great source of protein and a fun and practical way to get those nutritious nuts, seeds and dried fruit into your diet.
From Kitchen Stewardship – Quinoa Oat Protein Bars
“Yeah, these are pretty good – and if you consider they’re supposed to be healthy, they’re really good!” KitchenStewardship.com
Hat’s off to Kitchen Stewardship for the using quinoa to pull this recipe off and deliver a yummy healthy snack most anyone could love.
From Superfoods for Superhealth – A Protein Bar Recipe For One Of The Best Protein Bars Ever!
Wow this one is loaded with all kinds of good for you stuff. For the purist, this recipe is made up of whole, nutrient dense, super foods, so good it might even give you super human powers, (kidding about the powers.., just sayin’).
From The Gracious Pantry – Clean Eating Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Protein Bars
Made with oats, honey, peanut butter, and chocolate chips. Mmmm, mmm, mmm! What’s not to like?
And one more from Angelique Kronebusch’s Blog – Chewy Chocolate Protein Bars
I almost didn’t post this one because I couldn’t find a picture of the snack but I felt like it deserved to be here. Angelique is a Canadian national bikini competitor and writer for MuscleBombshell.com so it looks like she knows what she’s talking about.
Alright! There you have it, nine nifty healthy snack bar recipes you can make yourself. Try them out then come back and leave a comment about your favorites. Or, if you have a recipe that you love and you want to show it off here please feel free to post it in the comment section.