8 Paleo Protein Bar Snacks For When You Are On The Go


If you have a busy schedule and often find yourself hungry but without a healthy snack at hand then I would highly recommend thinking about making some on-the-go snack such as these tasty yet very healthy protein bar recipes.

A protein bar is the ideal snack because they contain a good mix of nutrients that not only are filling but will give you an much needed energy boost on those busy days when you feel like you are running on empty.

A lot of over the counter protein bars are not the best quality and some are filled with a artificial sweeteners, fillers, and other chemicals that you really don’t want to be eating no matter how hungry you are.

By making your own, you know exactly what ingredients are involved and how much has been used so easy to calculate in terms of nutrients and calories if you are focused on losing a few pounds.

These paleo protein bar recipes are great as a snack during the day, a night-time tv watching treat or as a pre or post exercise meal.

Paleo “Peanut Butter” Protein Bars


This paleo snack bar is called peanut butter but is not actually made with peanut butter!! I know but it doesn’t matter because these are delicious as they are plus they look amazing.Get a batch of these made up and in the freezer and you will be enjoying these for weeks to come. Well maybe not weeks because I don’t think they will last that long. The protein content in these bars come from almond butter but if you wanted to boost up with protein powder that would work well.

For more details about the recipe visit http://paleoglutenfree.com/

Quinoa Chia Seed Protein Bars


I know Quinoa is not officially Paleo but I don’t care because these look fantastic. These little beauties are gluten free so very healthy and great for everybody. With only natural ingredients each bar comes in at 275 calories with 10 grams of protein and 7 grams of fiber.

For more details about the recipe visit http://wendypolisi.com/

Coconut & Almond Butter Protein Bars


Made with both coconut and almond butter you can bet these are a very filling and satisfying snack. Ideal for when you need something between meals.

For more details about the recipe visit http://www.fitmittenkitchen.com/

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No-Bake Paleo Chocolate Protein Bars


As the name suggests there is no baking involved in the making of these. Just pop them in the fridge when you have finished the recipe. Apparently they taste best when semi frozen but sure to eat them pretty quick as they do start to melt.

For more details about the recipe visit http://christinacanters.com/

No-Bake Workout Bars


Another protein bar recipe without the need of an oven. These are made with a protein powder supplement and are perfect for the post workout munchies.

For more details about the recipe visit http://skinnyms.com/

Paleo Nut Energy Bars


Packed with nuts, dates and a hint of cinnamon, these bars make the ideal morning or afternoon snack. To increase the protein content per bar you can always add your favorite protein powder.

For more details about the recipe visit http://www.tastesoflizzyt.com

Healthy Funfetti Protein Bars


Brighten up your day with these little crackers!! Packed full of flavor but healthy to boot these are for all the family to enjoy.

For more details about the recipe visit http://whatmollymade.com/

Paleo Homemade Protein Bars with Almond Butter


These homemade protein bars look very indulgent but only require 5 ingredients and 15 minutes to make. This recipe uses grass fed whey protein powder but you can easily switch this up to a vegetarian brand if you prefer.

For more details about the recipe visit http://www.wholeyum.com/

Thanks for taking the time to read this article and I hope you got some inspiration from these delicious paleo protein bar recipes. Have you got your own protein bar recipe to share? Want to chat about something else? Please let us know in the comments below.