31. Healthy Fudgy Millionaire’s Protein Bars
What is most impressive about these sugar-free protein bars is the fact that they don’t taste at all like they’re sugar free. However, the combination of caramel, almond butter and stevia create a sinfully sweet dessert that contains tons of fiber and protein with no refined sugars, making it safe for consumption on even the most sensitive of diets.
32. Sugarfree Low Carb Candy Bars
It may sound like an oxymoron, but there really is a low-carb protein bar recipe that manages to taste like candy without containing all the harmful materials commonly found in the average candy bar. As far as sugar-free protein snacks go, these are definitely the most impressive in that respect, especially considering they manage to taste great while still being very healthy.
33. Healthy Vegan Nanaimo Bars
A decadent-tasting dessert made in honor of the great nation of Canada, these treats are made with a crust constructed from coconut powder, graham crackers, and applesauce. Adding a creamy filling of protein powder and almond milk and topped with some cacao, this is an especially unique recipe for a low-carb protein bar meant to celebrate a unique culture.
34. Cookie Dough Protein Bars
This is a good low-carb protein bar idea that is meant to be eaten as a replacement for popular store-bought cookie dough flavored protein bars, often saturated with fats and sugars that offset their intended health benefits. It is recommended that the whey protein used for this recipe be derived from 100% free range, grass fed cows for the best nutritional benefits.
35. Keto Maple Pecan Protein Bars
Maple syrup, pecans, and chocolate? Count us in for this best of the best low-carb protein bar recipes that has a net carb total of 4.3 grams and is STILL drizzled with real dark chocolate! This paleo/keto/low-carb-friendly protein bar tastes as good as it looks, thanks to ingredients such as real maple syrup, dark chocolate, and pecan butter. Easy alterations such as swapping out regular chocolate for a sugar-free option make this adaptable recipe right for everyone. A sure-fire winner for the low-carb reluctant—who doesn’t perk up at the words ‘dark chocolate’?
36. Vanilla Chip Protein Bars
These vanilla chip protein bars pack a whopping 31 grams of protein in each serving. Protein-powder based and sweetened with stevia-infused chocolate chips, this is one of our favorite low-carb protein bar recipes and will definitely be a new favorite in your rotation. This recipe has several substitution options for various dietary needs and is a solid choice for anyone trying to meet daily macronutrient requirements. So fast and easy, why not make a double-batch? Tip: they travel best wrapped in parchment paper—if you have any left to take with you.
37. Healthy Nutella Fudge Protein Bars
Similar in taste to the popular dessert spread Nutella, these protein bars are made with oat flour, roasted hazelnut butter, stevia and vanilla almond milk to form a base high in a natural source of valuable proteins. For taste, dutch unprocessed cocoa powder and chocolate flavored protein powder can provide the creamy chocolate taste without using creamy chocolate. This easily makes it the best protein bar with Nutella and fudge. See our tasty looking protein bar enhanced with Pistachios and White Chocolate
38. Carob Covered Coconut Protein Bars
The use of carob in this recipe, instead of the commonly used chocolate, is to ensure these high protein low-carb snacks contain no caffeine at all. The addition of whey, oats, and flaxseed pack each serving with 12 grams of protein. These bars serve great as late-night snacks because they won’t keep you awake and are filling enough to satisfy the stomach until breakfast.
39. Matcha Green Tea Fudge Protein Bars
These high protein low-carb snacks get their taste and green color from the matcha powder and a drizzle of chocolate. With the option of using either raw or roasted almond butter, these desserts are full of powerful sources of nutrients like iron, calcium, and dietary fiber, and should fit into most everyone’s diet. Their natural green color makes them look awesome and scrumptious!
40. Fudgy Chocolate Berry Blast Paleo Protein Bars
There is nothing quite like the taste of rich chocolate mixed with ripe berries, and these are the best protein bars to deliver that taste alongside a wealth of healthy ingredients. With the taste and consistency of fudge, these accomplish the difficult task of fitting into a paleo diet, without tasting like something a caveman would eat.