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If you are one of those people who have found themselves looking at the macronutrients in a protein bar looking for what you want only to find that nothing seems to meet your needs then you need to simply make your own protein bars.
Even if you do not consider yourself to be any kind of cook you will easily be able to make up your own favorite protein bar packed with all the ingredients that you need. It is a simple 5 set process that should not take you a lot of time to prepare.
First you need to select your favorite protein powder that you use for your shakes in your pre and post workout mixers that you use. Then select a flour that can be eaten raw like coconut four or almond flour however you can also use grain based flour like oat flour or quinoa flour.
You then bind the protein powder with the flour by adding milk. If you are trying to lose fat then you should select low fat milk or skim milk. You also have a wide variety of different milks that you can use like coconut milk or nut milk or almond milk. Be careful how much milk you add so that it creates a batter that you can form it into protein bars.
If you have not added enough milk and your batter is too thin or not sticky enough then simply add a bit more coconut flour or casein powder to the batter mix. When you have created the desired consistency you would then shape the different protein bars with your hands.
Then melt some chocolate in a glass bowl by putting over a pot of boiling water. When the chocolate has melted you would then dunk the protein bars into the liquid chocolate or simply pour the chocolate over the bars. It is important to note that the darker the chocolate the more antioxidants you will get.
The last step you simply place the proteins bars that you have made into the freezer for about 30 minutes and you will have your own home made protein bars that have all the ingredients that you will know.
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