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This is a modified version of my original Fiber One protein bar recipe posted on my blog. This one cuts out the artificial sweeteners except what is already present in your protein powder of choice, and adds in a bit of coconut for flavor and texture. It tastes like a krispie treat smooshed on top of a chocolate Tootsie Roll infused with just a hint of coconut, raisin, and peanut butter, and it is dairy-free and artificial sweetener free except for the protein powder. You can try to find a Stevia-sweetened, non-dairy protein powder if you like. Also, note that one bar has over 7 grams of fiber, which is over 1/4 of your recommended daily intake.
At 226 calories, 29 g carbs (7 g fiber), 20 g protein, and 6 g fat, this is suitable as a portable meal replacement or post-workout snack for those of you doing Body-for-Life, South Beach, the Zone, or other similar plans.Submitted by CAUSTICMUSE
Sweet, Savory and a little kick of heat make this the perfect on the go snack to satisfy your cravingsSubmitted by NOAWESOMEWOME
This low-fat version of banana bread gets dressed up with peanut butter and chocolate chips. Low-fat buttermilk is the secret ingredient!Submitted by AMYBETH70
Making homemade peanut butter is easy, as long as you have a good blender or food processor.
This bread is always a hit and there are seldom any leftovers when I make it. The freshly baked bread also makes a great housewarming gift when offered warm and fragrant, right out of the oven. On the few occasions when I am lucky enough to have some cinnamon raisin bread left over, I like to use it for French toast or to whip up peanut butter and banana sandwiches. Submitted by MARISACHURCHILL
This is a delicious, light, refreshing dessert. It's low cal and sugar and can be made with the lite pie filling in any flavor. Note that this needs to be made the night before to soften the graham crackers. Submitted by HOCKIMAMA
Banana and oatmeal are a perfect pair in these not-too-sweet treats.
The next time you're craving a peanut butter cookie, don't go out and buy a whole bag, just whip this single serve cookie up in minutes with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.Submitted by BLOGILATES